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Cruz Missile Could Save The U.S. From Obama’s Legacy

August 4, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ I have found a candidate to back in the race to replace Barack Obama, who has weakened America abroad and now plans to weaken its economy, too: Senator Ted Cruz on Sunday got perhaps the most enthusiastic applause of any Republican presidential candidate to appear before the 450 donors… with a […]

UK Prime Minister David Cameron Unchained: Now To Axe Spending, Not Least On Global Warming

May 11, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Another lesson to conservatives here in Australia – that the Liberals must simply get re-elected until they finally get the numbers (in the Senate) to institute the changes they believe in: David Cameron will use the Conservative Party’s first majority in the House of Commons for nearly 20 years to “deliver” […]

Let’s Elect Mike Huckabee President

January 6, 2015 by


By Alan Caruba ~ I am going to miss the Huckabee show on Fox News every Saturday evening When he closed his show on January 3 he announced that he would no longer host it because he would decide whether to run for President in the “late spring.” I cannot think of any Republican whom I would […]

Tea Party Is A Movement Now, Not Just A Mood

December 22, 2014 by


By Heath Hansen ~ Is the tea party a movement or just a mood? That was the question posed by Weekly Standard columnist and Fox News contributor Steven Hayes as he kicked off a panel at the Heritage Foundation celebrating the 5th anniversary of the tea party. Hayes and his co-panelists, Heritage Action for America […]

Tony Abbott Becomes A Real Prime Minister

September 4, 2014 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ The best thing about Tony Abbott’s first year as Prime Minister has been — thank God — he isn’t Labor. But that’s no longer the main reason he’s looking hard to beat, after months of trailing in the polls. Abbott has now become what long seemed impossible. A year after his […]

A Remarkable 37th President

August 8, 2014 by


By Alan Caruba ~ Forty years ago, on August 9, 1974, Richard Nixon resigned the office of President; the first and only President to do so. I was just into my thirties in 1968, the year Richard Nixon was elected the 37th President of the United States. What I recall most of that year was […]

Why Not Rand Paul?

March 24, 2014 by


By David M. Huntwork ~ “Mr. President, we will not let you run roughshod over our rights. We will challenge you in the courts, we will battle you at the ballot box. Mr. President, we will not let you shred our Constitution… It is decidedly not a time for the faint of heart. It is […]

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott Needs This Holiday

December 15, 2013 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ This Summer break over Christmas will, I think, make him the new man he must be to fix what the former Labor Government broke. Tony Abbott sums up the lessons learned in his first 100 days as Prime Minister: Citing the ferocious voter response to Education Minister Christopher Pyne’s attempt to […]

Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott In Control

October 25, 2013 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ The Australian Labor Party has portrayed Tony Abbott as a mere thug. His media critics sneer he’s a throwback with slogans for brains. A tip: the Abbott haters are going to get a terrible shock, and the country a nice surprise. Just 48 days since his election win, Abbott is already […]

A Devine Look At America

July 23, 2013 by


By Alan Caruba ~ For a few years I was a regular contributor to Conservative Battleline on the website of the American Conservative Union (ACU) Foundation, edited by a fellow I knew only as Don Devine. He was always unfailingly supportive and liked my commentaries. What I didn’t know was that Don was Dr. Donald […]

America’s ‘Changes’ Far Outpaced By GOP Establishment

June 29, 2013 by


By Christopher Adamo ~ Even before Barack Obama won reelection last fall, Republican insiders were beginning to chant the mantra that “This is no longer the America of Ronald Reagan.” What they did not express so openly was their delight at the prospect. And of course ever since Election Day, the vaunted GOP Establishment has […]

A National Security History Lesson For Marco Rubio

April 28, 2013 by


By Michelle Malkin ~ Florida GOP Sen. Marco Rubio seems well meaning enough. As second-generation conservative Americans, I know we both share a common passion for this great land of opportunity. But when it comes to comprehending the real agenda of the open-borders zealots he’s allied himself with, Rubio doesn’t have a clue. And his […]

Mining Coal Is Good, But Burning Coal Is Bad? Struggling To Understand The Left

April 18, 2013 by


By Daniel Hannan ~ This isn’t another blog about the Iron Lady. There have been quite enough of those already: we have, so to speak, reached Thatcheration point. Rather, it’s an attempt to get to grips with why so many people react with venomous rage to her name. Some of the abuse, of course, is […]

Get To Work

November 4, 2010 by


By Edwin Feulner, Ph.D. President of The Heritage Foundation. My fellow conservatives, The people have spoken. Reckless spending, stifling regulations, ever-rising taxes, endless debt and the looming government takeover of health care have brought this nation to a tipping point. Not surprisingly, the American people have now taken matters into their own hands. How we […]

The Tea Party Goes International

October 15, 2010 by


By Anna Leutheuser Despite the media’s negative portrayal, support for the Tea Party is growing at astonishing speed.  Over half of the electorate now consider themselves favorable to the Tea Party, according to recent polls.  Just this weekend, the Virginia Tea Party Convention, co-hosted by The Heritage Foundation, attracted over 2,000 attendees – the largest […]

Who Are The Realists And Who Are The Ideologues?

September 26, 2010 by


By Star Parker The banter continues about the Republican Party being pushed to the right by “ideologues.” Working Americans’ interest in politics is motivated by how to make our lives better. They don’t care about how one set of intellectuals or pundits think the world should be against some other set of ideas of ideology. […]