Turner: Lessons From the Field
The hard truth about GOP politics and lessons learned
Cortez: Local and National Marketing on Cinco de Mayo
Whether we accept it or not, marketing largely drives the Cinco de Mayo celebrations in America while most of Mexico ignores the Historic Battle of Puebla in 1862.
Allers Sr: I Will Be a Senator Who Actually Works For You
The 28th Senate District Republican Primary will take place on Saturday, May 6th
Hanger: Gas Tax Holiday – The Devil Is In the Details
“Gas tax holiday” makes a great campaign bumper sticker, but questionable public policy. Past experiences with fuel prices have demonstrated the market sets the price and big oil companies just make more profits if we reduce the tax.
Smith: Take the High Road, Ranger
In one of the most watched races in the country, Virginia’s 7th Congressional District race heats up with negative campaigning.
Hale: Congress Needs New Leadership
The GOP primary is June 21
Lingamfelter: Rare Leaders
Where are the leaders? In the course of American history, leaders of vision have blessed our nation. That was certainly the case…
Card: … and That’s Why We Can’t Have Nice Things
We did elect a chairman and he deserves everyone’s support
Duncan: It’s Beginning to Look Like Gilead as Christian Nationalism Grows
It’s not the rule of the majority, or even of a large minority. What’s winning is the tyranny of an aggressive but small sectarian minority. And that’s not good for America or Christianity.
For the next two weeks, we’ll be on the road visiting our kids and grandkids in Kansas City. So, I just…