Santorum insists that there is a "moral component" to economic problems and that claims that one can be discussed meaningfully without the other are bogus.
Freedom is not about warmed-over conventional wisdom. It's about ideals, humility, originality -- and embracing the unexpected and unanticipated.
Should the candidates be forced to weigh in on collapse of the traditional family in America?
Social Security is simply about current workers paying a tax that is used to make payouts to current retirees.
The culture of government has displaced the culture of personal responsibility.
We have a black president and blacks are worse off -- not just a little, but a lot worse off.
Too many Americans refuse to let go of the same illusions that Greeks protesting in the streets cling to today.
Deep political division today, like in 1860, is driven by fundamental differences in world-views regarding what this country is about.
We cannot continue our entitlements programs as they are and still remain a free country.
How much do politicians believe that, ultimately, things will go on and be just fine no matter what we do?