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Will a GOP candidate emerge to confront radical Islam?

A former U.S. Justice Department attorney says he's hopeful that a Republican presidential candidate will emerge who shows the moral clarity to confront evil and not appease radical Islamists. The Obama administration has drawn criticism from Republi ...

Freshman senator GOP standard-bearer tonight

A conservative political analyst says freshmen GOP Senator Joni Ernst is a "good choice, but a risky choice" to deliver the Republican rebuttal to President Obama's State of the Union address. In November, Ernst became the first female U.S. senator f ...

Graham sets up committee to consider 2016 bid

WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina has set up a committee he says will help him look beyond his home state to determine if he might have a "viable path" to the Republican presidential nomination. Graham said on NBC's "Meet the Pr ...

Who's the Biggest Establishment Republican?

Mitt Romney's biggest problem this time isn't that he's a RINO. It's that he's not a big enough Republican in Name Only for the party fat cats and the mainstream media. As for Jeb Bush, though -- nobody is ever going to out-RINO Jeb Bush again. This ...

What ruling class Republicans fail to understand about independents

The GOP establishment, which refuses to run a true conservative for president, doesn't seem to understand there are two groups of independent voters. Making matters worse, the party's head honchos are aiming for the wrong one. Campaign consultants ma ...

Offering Aid and Comfort to the Enemy

President Obama should have fought to keep the Senate's torture report on CIA interrogation tactics classified. As commander-in-chief, Obama's No. 1 duty is to keep Americans and our troops safe, both at home and abroad. By releasing the highly sensi ...

Crossing demographic boundaries - Kasich in the spotlight

WASHINGTON - A week after the midterm elections, Republicans are still browsing through the jewelry store of their victories, admiring this bauble and that. Most of their Senate wins were predicted by the electoral map. The victories of many Republic ...

Democrat War On Women Ends With A Whimper

[caption id="attachment_26845" align="alignright" width="300"] (File Photo)[/caption]The war on women is officially over. The midterm election delivered that message loud and clear. The progressives' birth-control darling Sandra Fluke, who kickstarte ...

Desperate Democrats fall back on racism accusations

The Democrats and those who support them never seem to run out of new lows to which to sink. Lacking any results on the issues facing America, and lacking any kind of plan other than more government, they have resorted to their favorite tactic: Accus ...

An observation on 'red' Texas: Left controls the big cities

A Texas political analyst and former Republican leader says it's telling that a large Texas city like Houston would elect a radical homosexual mayor who is now accused to trying to shut down the free speech rights of pastors. "This is a classic examp ...


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