Missouri Senate race serves as model

What really should be provoking fear is not that there are committed conservatives who want genuine change but that Americans are becoming resigned that real change is not possible.

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Why the Obama bubble still hasn't burst

How is it that, after almost four years of terrible economic results that Obama's persona is not more tarnished?

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A time for truth, not word games

The growth of government dependency, the displacement of personal responsibility for government responsibility, and the unraveling of the American family all have moved in lockstep.

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An alternative to Democrats' moral bankruptcy

Underlying the fiscal bankruptcy is a moral bankruptcy.

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Republicans cannot duck the abortion issue

When Republicans turn away from moral issues, it cedes the high moral ground to the other party.

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In search of conservative leadership

The problems we have today did not start four years ago -- they've accumulated through a consistent departure from our core principles of being a free nation, under God.

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Congressional Black Caucus makes wrong call

Where's the CBC concern about the illegal drugs smuggled into the U.S. from Mexico that cause havoc among black youths?

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Voter rights are not free

A free society will soon not be free if the citizens in it see their freedom as something that should arrive effortlessly, free of personal responsibility.

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Booker's comments about Bain, capitalism should not surprise

The big-government, high-taxation, overreaching regulation model of governing has been a saga of failure in America's cities.

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Free our kids from the Department of Education

We have created a world where it's illegal to teach youth traditional values in school but not illegal to teach them competing values of nihilism, materialism and relativism.

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