Blacks, of all people, should know that taking arms from the law-abiding many puts too much power in the hands of a perhaps ill-intending few.
Compromisers tell us that we have no choice but to resign ourselves to a bloated, second-class America.
Politicians know that the money they are spending ultimately will come out of every American household.
Does anybody really think we can change big government without talking about the human attitudes and values that produced it?
Republican Party operatives ignored both a clear definition of their product and savvy marketing to a diverse base of customers.
Can Obama stand with credibility before any Muslim nation and claim that he represents religious freedom?
Only when free can individuals deal with life's endless surprises in creative and resilient ways.
How can we possibly have a functioning economy when politicians can randomly steal from citizens?
One court decision after another over the last 50 years has, step by step, purged any hint of religion and traditional values from our schools and public spaces.
If Americans want prosperity, we need a grand reawakening to the incontrovertible fact that its source is entrepreneurs unfettered by meddling politicians.