Tavis Smiley and Cornel West's new book claims there is no hope for anyone to rise out of poverty without government boosting them using other people's money.
75 percent of Hispanics prefer bigger government compared to 41 percent of the general population.
Our growing burden of taxes and government debt stems from the growth of government programs, enabled by open-ended interpretation of the Constitution.
Over the last decade, voters have become more conservative and more sensitized to looking for authenticity in a candidate.
The inconceivable and the unanticipated is the rule of our lives rather than the exception.
Our hobbled economy reflects erosion of the cultural pillars that make possible a free society.
The welfare state assumes from the start that individuals won't make it without government managing their lives.
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.