Wiencek: Yemen and the Shia Crescent
With an eye towards keeping the Iranian-led Shia crescent in check and maintaining stability in the Middle East, Wiencek emphasizes the urgency of American leadership in Yemen.
Wiencek: U.S. Leadership, Prosperity Depends On Free Trade
Free trade, free goods, free markets are all part of the conservative creed, argues Jacob Wiencek. To abandon them is to abandon America’s leadership on the world stage, not to mention conservative principles.
Hedlund: What Happens in Cleveland Stays in Cleveland – Not!
Hedlund: “This article is about where the real battle takes place to win presidential elections – the real battle takes place in the hearts and minds of the people back home. Not in some Rules Committee meeting room or on a convention floor in Cleveland.”
Bell: McAuliffe Challenge at the Virginia Supreme Court
Del. Rob Bell offers his observations of state supreme court proceedings on the historic Virginia case regarding the restoration of full civil rights to state felons.
Wittman: Restore Accountability in Congress, End August Recess
Congressman Rob Wittman on why Congress needs to end the anachronistic August recess.
Robinson: Black Lives Matter – Real or Fake Pro Black Revolution?
Libertarian activist Theresa Robinson on the Black Lives Matter movement and why it should align itself with libertarians.
Elgendy: Burgos’ Comments Hostile To Inclusivity Within RPV’s State Central
Elgendy: “The RPV should hold its State Central members not only accountable for their actions, but hold them to a higher standard.”
Warner: What Forbes Means to Virginia and the Country
“There is no substitute for years of hands-on experience.”
Brumfield: Freedom From Information: What Does Hillary Clinton’s Obstructionist FOIA History Portend?
Everyone should pause to consider what a Clinton Presidency would mean for government transparency and to fair, open and independent journalism.
Sasse: An Open Letter to Majority America
Sasse: “I believe that most Americans can still be for limited government again — if they were given a winsome candidate who wanted Washington to focus on a small number of really important, urgent things — in a way that tried to bring people together instead of driving us apart.”