According to the president, everything will be okay if we allow him and his government to continue to build and consolidate power over our lives.
There's good reason for skepticism when former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney showcases his business background.
The Ron Paul youth have little interest in a Reagan-like "shining city on a hill" message, or talk about a threatening "evil empire" abroad.
If Democrats can nominate a hard core liberal, why can't Republicans offer a clear conservative alternative?
Net new job growth in America comes from entrepreneurs -- not from government bureaucrats and not even from corporate monoliths.
Cutting payroll taxes earmarked for bankrupted Social Security is no way to run a country and no way for people -- who are allegedly free and responsible citizens -- to live.
Although American attitudes are distinct, they are changing and trending in the direction of Europe.
We must understand and apply our operating manual -- our Constitution -- in a manner consistent with the principles of our nation's founding.
Some would have us believe that compromise is what has always defined our political process -- but compromise works only between parties that are essentially on the same page to begin with.
Those on the left who scream about income gaps choose to focus on the success of those at the top rather than the failures of those at the bottom.