Hurt: Checking the Obama Administration’s Final Push At Executive Overreach
Congressman Hurt describes congressional action that attempts to prevent the Obama administration from imposing a wide range of regulations.
Pham: Coping Also Means Respect and Work
Tony Pham talks elections and the future.
Spiker: The Polls Weren’t Incorrect, We Read them Incorrectly
Spiker the Elder: “Data can only be what they are; it’s up to pollsters and the media to report them properly.”
Hedlund: Reflections of a Deplorable
7th District SCC member Ron Hedlund extends the olive branch.
CANNAN: No Easy Solutions In Syria
Foreign policy realism will be the order of the day in Syria and elsewhere, argues Cannan.
Gonzalez: Why I’m Voting for Donald J. Trump
By Jackee Gonzalez Recently in a private conversation with an old high school friend, who’s leaning Democrat in this election,…
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.