Education Reform: Don’t Ditch Accountability
For decades, conservatives have generally followed two principles when it comes to federal K–12 education policy: Respect state and local control of schools, and demand improved academic achievement in exchange for federal funds. Because of the Obama administration’s seven-year ...
Wisconsin’s Shame: ‘He Could Have Been Shot. Over Politics’
It was still dark outside when “Jonah” (not his real name) heard the pounding on his front door. As luck would have it, he was awake — or mostly awake. He’d gotten up at 4:00 a.m. on October 3, 2013, to see ...
Milan and Expo 2015 – Neglecting What Makes the City Interesting
Right now, Milan is having a world’s fair — “Expo 2015” — whose theme is “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life.” You might get a kick out of it if you like that sort of thing; I had a chance to visit ...
Beware of Greeks Casting Blame
‘Today’s referendum doesn’t have winners and losers,” claimed Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipris. That’s absurd. I can name one clear loser.
It should now be obvious to the Eurocrats in Brussels that their grand project of ...
The Wrinkle in the ACA Decision
– Chief Justice John Roberts, June 29, 2015
Roberts’s intellectual complexity does not prevent him from expressing himself pithily, as he did with those words when dissenting in a case from Arizona. Joined by Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas, and Samuel ...
Celebrating a Conservative Fourth of July
We asked some contributors and friends of NR how they will be celebrating July 4. Here are their replies:
Ryan T. AndersonI’m celebrating my freedom to tell the truth, and working to protect that freedom for future generations.
— Ryan T. ...
I Complain about America Out of Love — and Fear for the Future
Having put pen to paper, I tend invariably to gripe. I gripe about the state in which I live, and its feckless, arrogant governor. I gripe about the federal government’s endless attempts to control everything that moves. I gripe ...
Standing Up to the Ruling Class
“To learn who rules over you, find out whom you are not allowed to criticize.”— Voltaire
If you’re wondering what Americans can do as our ruling class sets about enforcing its redefinition of marriage, start by looking back at ...
The Vision of the Founding Fathers
Men, not vast, impersonal forces — economic, technological, class struggle, what have you — make history, and they make it out of the ideals that they cherish in their hearts and the ideas they have in their minds. So what were the ...
Rick Santorum and Justice Roberts — Our Moral Champions
Six cameras are trained on the stage of the National Organization for Marriage’s gala at the Willard hotel in Washington — more cameras than ever before, testimony to the media’s desire to cover leading speaker Rick Santorum, who is ...
Reagan Warned about Airbrushing Our History Away
This Fourth of July we will celebrate our independence and freedoms. But are we now more politically correct than free?
Last week, Apple Computer removed several Civil War games that uses Confederate flag imagery from its app store. Apple CEO ...
Should Christians Still Celebrate July 4?
Conservative Christians are in a funk after the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage ruling. Some have wondered if traditional Christians, especially Evangelicals, typically known for their patriotic ardor, will ever think of America the same way again.
#ad#Should they ...
Ben Wattenberg and the Death of the Reasonable Democrat
Ben Wattenberg died this week at the age of 81.
He gave me my first job in Washington, as his research assistant at the American Enterprise Institute, a Washington think tank. (I returned to AEI as a fellow a few years ...
Be Vigilant on This High-Alert Holiday Weekend
My fellow Americans: If you see something, say something — even if it means CAIR will threaten to sue you.
Multiple federal agencies and the Department of Defense are on high alert for a possible Islamic terrorist attack on U.S. ...
Rhodes College Professor Decries the School’s Hiring Zandria Robinson, the 'Whiteness Is Terror' Professor
A political-economy professor at Rhodes College is criticizing the school’s decision to hire Zandria Robinson, the former University of Memphis professor who made headlines this week for a series of controversial tweets about white people.
John E. Murray said ...
How Magic Mike XXL and Eden Destroy the Movie Musical
By the time Magic Mike XXL reaches its unsatisfying climax, you might think its awkwardly enumerated title is a threat — not a mixed-up Roman measurement of greatness but counting down for even more sequels to Magic Mike, the 2012 male-stripper hit.
Will the Supreme Court Save America from the ‘Greek Disease’?
As Greece teeters on the edge of collapse this week, the Supreme Court agreed to review a case that could help America avoid a similar fate — that is, a financial catastrophe largely brought on by a bloated and recalcitrant public-sector ...
The Best of Hillary Clinton's E-Mails
The State Department released a 3,000-page batch of e-mails that Hillary Clinton sent and received using her private account in 2009, when she was secretary of state. While much of the correspondence was ordinary fare, it confirmed what we already knew ...
Breaking Down Ted Cruz’s Plan for Supreme Court ‘Retention Elections’
The Right found itself thoroughly defeated at the Supreme Court earlier this month, and Senator Ted Cruz offered one of the biggest and boldest proposals in response: Force Supreme Court justices to run for reelection every eight years.
“I am ...
The Unlikely Traditionalism of Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger
Patti Stanger looks like a feminist hero. She’s single, she’s rich, and she, as they say, has it all. The host of Bravo TV’s The Millionaire Matchmaker is herself a self-made millionaire whose empire includes her hit ...
The Greeks Invented Mathematics, and Now It’s Bankrupting Them
In the short term, the world runs on words; in the long term, the world runs on numbers.
It is as though the Muses came to an agreement: In the here and now, mankind is subject to rhetoric, but mathematics ...
Black Students Suffer from Stress at Home, Not Lead Poisoning
In the New York Times, Paul Morgan and George Farkas present their research findings that demonstrate that, after risk factors are adjusted for, black children are under-represented in special-education programs. I applaud their efforts to gain a better understanding of ...
Matchless Name Recognition and Deep Pockets Make Trump a Threat in Iowa
Donald Trump might be a punch line in East Coast newsrooms, but veteran political operatives regard him as a serious contender in the 2016 Iowa Republican caucuses.
Trump’s recent feuding with NBC and Univision has endeared him to some Republican ...
We Are All Californians Now
California is in the midst of a crippling four-year-old drought. Yet the state has built almost no major northern or central mountain reservoirs since the New Melones Dam of 1979. That added nearly 3 million acre-feet to the state’s storage reserves – ...
‘Whiteness Is Terror’ Professor Working at Rhodes College, Hailed for Her 'Sometimes Provocative' Comments
Zandria Robinson — the former University of Memphis professor who came under fire for a series of controversial tweets about white people — is now working at Rhodes College, according to an announcement by the school reportedly released today.
In fact, the ...
Is Polygamy on the Right Side of History?
It should by now be abundantly clear that the laziest cases against the inevitability of polygamy are starting to push up the daisies. Before Justice Kennedy decided to appoint himself the nation’s most cherished arbiter of dark magic and ...
Chris Christie: Number 14 in Your Program, Number 14 in Your Heart
Chris Christie declared for president yesterday, and 320 million Americans asked as if with a single breath, “Why? Why are you running, Chris?” Christie has fallen so far behind in the national polls that he’s now in the neighborhood of ...
Bristol Palin’s Pregnancy Reveals the Left’s True Colors
Let me begin by clearly stating my biases — I like the Palins. They are dear family friends. My wife, Nancy, worked with Sarah on her most recent book, she worked with Bristol on her book, she edits Bristol’s blog ...
Codevilla Is Very Wrong on Kissinger
The Claremont Review of Books requested my reply – in their pages — to Angelo Codevilla’s review of Henry Kissinger’s latest book, World Order, as part of an online exchange with the reviewer, to which he was to reply. The ...
The GOP and the Social-Issues Minefield
The Supreme Court decision striking down state bans on same-sex marriage has reignited the culture wars and highlighted potential fault lines for Republican presidential contenders.
Social issues pose a difficult conundrum for Republicans. On the one hand, there is little ...
Yes, Reagan Loved Entrepreneurs — and Today’s Conservatives Should, Too
I don’t recall when I first heard the word “entrepreneur,” but I remember clearly the man I heard it from. In junior high and high school from the mid-to-late 1980s, I began paying attention to politics, and I remember ...
Nancy Pelosi’s Life in the 0.1 Percent
Nancy Pelosi may be one of the most liberal members of the U.S. House, where she runs the Democratic caucus, railing against income inequality and the avarice of the 1 percent. But she also happens to be one of the ...
Blumenthal’s Advice to Hillary ‘Unsolicited’? E-mails Suggest Otherwise
Despite an express ban on his employment by the Obama White House, newly released e-mails show how Hillary Clinton confidant Sidney Blumenthal operated as a shadow State Department employee during the first year of her term as secretary of state, ...
You Can’t Compromise with Culture Warriors
I loved reading the If You Give a Mouse a Cookie books to my daughter.
The somewhat Aesopian theme is that if you give the mouse what it wants – a cookie – it will just want more: a glass of milk, ...
Proof: Despite Denials, White House Aides Knew about Hillary’s Private E-Mail Account
New Hillary Clinton e-mails released late Tuesday night by the State Department reveal that, despite denials to the contrary, top Obama-administration officials were aware, within the first nine months of President Obama’s first term, of then–secretary of state ...
Can We Still Make the Case that Mothers and Fathers Matter?
The four dissenters in Obergefell v. Hodges lucidly expressed the profound offense against constitutional law and representative democracy the ruling represents. In short, five lawyers, accountable to no one, chose to legislate on a profoundly consequential matter that the people ...
Senator Bernie Sanders, the irascible Vermont socialist, has been making a strange complaint as he grumpily stumps for the anyone-but-Hillary vote: Americans are working too much — more than the Japanese, he laments, more than the Brits, and much more — he ...
Elizabeth Warren Plugs Bernie Sanders in New Interview
Shortly after the liberal group Run Warren Run announced the end of its effort to draft Senator Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) into the Democratic presidential primary in early June, the organization threw its support behind Vermont senator Bernie Sanders. Now, ...
The President’s Failed Leadership on Iran
Today marks another deadline for President Obama’s nuclear negotiations with Iran. The truth is these talks were doomed from the start by the administration’s pattern of retreat. As the Iranians hang tough, insisting on their core demands, the ...
In Memory of Ben Wattenberg, Think-Tank Trailblazer
editor’s note: These remarks were delivered at the 2008 annual dinner of Think Tank, the long-running PBS television program hosted by Ben Wattenberg, who died this past Sunday at age 81. The dinner was billed as a tribute to Mr. DeMuth ...
Putin Wields the Nuclear Threat — and Plays with Fire
During the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union established a nuclear relationship commonly called Mutual Assured Destruction, known by the pejorative acronym MAD. The basic notion was that Washington and Moscow each possessed sufficient nuclear capability to ...
Protect Students from Corporate Data-Mining in the Classroom
Across the political spectrum, people are debating whether it’s a good idea to collect any personal data at all about students. We should at least agree that private companies must not use such data for their own profit. Last ...
The Three Republican Camps after King v. Burwell
In the wake of the Supreme Court’s disappointing King v. Burwell decision, many are asking what comes next for those of us who have opposed Obamacare as a disastrous federalization of American health care.
I predict that the Republican ...
The Court Follows Its Heart and Completes the Secularization of America
The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on the redefinition of marriage seals the end of America as the Founders envisioned it.
From well before 1776 until the second half of the 20th century, the moral values of the United States ...
Yes, Churches that Oppose Gay Marriage Should Still Get Tax Breaks
By what must be a rather extraordinary coincidence, the question that “nobody was asking” just a few short years ago has in the last couple of days burst dramatically onto the scene: Should churches that refuse to marry same-sex couples ...
Jindal Attacks GOP Establishment for Putting Politics before Principles
When Bobby Jindal heads to Iowa on Tuesday, he will take his party to task for abandoning principles in favor of political expediency.
In a statement provided first to National Review, Jindal decries the Republican establishment, which he says is ...
Liberal Justices Complain Death Penalty Is Unconstitutional, Even Though It's in the Constitution
Two Supreme Court justices made the case against the constitutionality of the death penalty Monday, even though it is specifically named in the U.S. Constitution.
Justice Stephen Breyer disagreed with the five justices who ruled today that a particular ...
The Church Will Survive Gay Marriage if It Sticks to Its Guns
The Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage decision is only three days old and already there are calls to end the tax exemption not just for religious schools, but for churches as well. Already we’re seeing public expressions of contempt ...
As the Culture Shifts on Marriage, Evangelicals Stand Firm
On Friday, when the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage, Evangelicals issued a statement on their belief and teaching that marriage is between a man and woman. Russell Moore is president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern ...
What the Gay-Marriage Ruling Means for Education
Like fascists, Communists, and boy-band producers, the American Left has always believed it could fine-tune human nature if it could only “get ’em while they’re young.” That’s why the Left works so hard to impose its will on ...
What to Do About Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico cannot pay its debts. The question now before us is not how it will go about making good on its financial obligations but how it will go about not making good on them.
A number of factors have ...
We are not necessarily the ones we have been waiting for. Somewhere in the rainbow celebrations of late, what may have been missed is a concurrent look to first things, things perhaps once taken for granted — natural things.
Pope Francis ...
In the current National Review, we have a piece called “Prima Ballerina.” It’s about Julie Kent, who just retired from the American Ballet Theatre. I interviewed her, and say a fair amount about her in the magazine. But I’...
Americans Are Blessed with Liberty, but Not Because We Deserve It
The American proposition is a theological proposition: “that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights.”
Just how radical that idea is is difficult for the 21st-century Western mind to comprehend. For ...
Hillary’s E-mails Indict the Self-Regarding Culture of Washington
So she doesn’t know how to use a fax machine. Big whoop. If there is a “smoking gun” in the 3,000 pages of Hillary Clinton e-mails released by the State Department this week, it’s not in her technological ineptitude, ...
Ted Cruz Is Right to Call for Retention Elections for the Supreme Court
Within the space of just 48 hours, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the president is above the law; that straightforward statutory words may be twisted to mean the opposite of what they say; that discrimination — heretofore, the textbook example ...
Summertime is traditionally a time to read for pleasure and to catch up on books we’ve been meaning to try (or try again). Friends of NR offer their suggestions.
Gina DalfonzoFor adults:The Fellowship: The Literary Lives of the ...
The Declaration of Independence Is Not Important
America as a political entity dates to July 2, 1776, not July 4. It began with a resolution that took the center ground politically: It called for both the independence that radicals wanted and the union of the colonies that moderates and conservatives ...
Did Hillary Really Erase Her Server? A GOP Subpoena Will Tell
Thanks to Tuesday’s State Department document dump, Hillary Rodham Clinton’s e-mail server is back in the news. The roughly 3,000 e-mails that State plopped on the media were among the 55,000 that Clinton supposedly surrendered before she wiped that server ...
July 4, 2015 — The Right Time to Be an American
There is little question that millions of conservatives are entering the July 4 holiday feeling that their country is indeed in the middle of President Obama’s long-promised fundamental transformation — a transformation into a weak, bankrupt, and corrupt nation more focused ...
Society Exists Prior to the State, Obergefell Notwithstanding
Reactions by the Catholic bishops of the United States to the Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges have been, in the main, robust and carefully thought through. Perhaps the best of the lot was the statement issued by ...
Weinstein and Wattenberg: Patriotism, Optimism and Good-Natured Debate
The Fourth of July is a time to remember Americans who have contributed much to their country, and this weekend is a good time to remember two such Americans who died in recent weeks — and whom I’d had the ...
Sorry, Donald Trump Has a Point
You are hardly a name-brand company if you haven’t dumped Donald Trump during the past seven days.
NBC, Univision, and Macy’s all have thrown The Donald under the bus, in the heaviest blow to schlock culture in this ...
The Worst Agreement in U.S. Diplomatic History
The devil is not in the details. It’s in the entire conception of the Iran deal, animated by President Obama’s fantastical belief that he, uniquely, could achieve detente with a fanatical Islamist regime whose foundational purpose is to ...
What’s Got into Rick Perry?
The case against Rick Perry is political: In a field that includes George W. Bush’s kid brother, Rick Perry still manages to be the man who will remind voters of what they remember least fondly about the last Republican ...
Donald Trump, It’s Time for a Constitutional Showdown with Mayor de Blasio
The Left’s outrage cycle moves on, relentlessly. Having triumphed over Bo and Luke Duke, having triumphed over marriage itself, the social-justice Left is moving on to The Donald. Our own Rich Lowry has detailed the corporate onslaught against Donald ...
Execute Murderers — Don’t Make Them Future Escapees
About 2,000 volts, properly applied, would have obviated the utter bedlam that recently concluded in upstate New York.
Up to 1,200 local, state, and federal law-enforcement personnel spent 22 days hunting down Richard Matt and David Sweat, at an estimated daily cost of $1 ...
‘Tat-Calling:’ Commenting on a Girl’s Tattoos Is Now Considered Harassment
There’s a new form of harassment out there, according to the Feminist Internet: “tat-calling,” which is basically when a man comments on a woman’s tattoos.
“I was frustrated and uncomfortable that I couldn’t just go for a ...
Free Trade Isn’t Free with the Ex-Im Bank Attached
Much of the last-minute debate over giving President Obama fast-track trade authority focused on the possibility that lawmakers would extend the charter of the Export-Import Bank of the United States in return for votes to pass fast-track legislation.
Jindal Angers Hollywood Producers by Axing Louisiana’s Film Tax Credits
Last week, before Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal declared himself a 2016 presidential candidate, the governor quietly signed legislation into law that caps state tax credits for film in the state at $180 million per year that will save the state $77 million annually — ...
The Wages of ‘Ever Closer Union’: Potential Ruin
What has kept things in check until now is that almost all European leaders are in thrall to the notion of “ever-closer union.”
Most of the smart money has been assuming throughout this latest episode of the euro crisis that ...
Getting Real With Gretchen Carlson
Gretchen Carlson, a Fox News host and former Miss America, is author of the new book Getting Real. She takes questions about the book for National Review. – KJL
KATHRYN JEAN LOPEZ: “I learned from my grandparents that you could love ...
Have you ever done this? Earlier this week, I wrote something about Marva Collins, and my spell-check did not recognize “Marva.” I added the name to my “dictionary” (if that’s the right word). I may never type “Marva” again. ...
Some GOP Candidates Are Becoming Unhinged
In 1824, in retirement 37 years after serving as the Constitutional Convention’s prime mover, James Madison, 73, noted that the 1787 “language of our Constitution is already undergoing interpretations unknown to its founders.” He knew that the purport of the text would evolve “...
U of Wisconsin Faculty Advised Not to Say ‘America Is a Melting Pot’ Because That’s Racist
The University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point has told its faculty that seemingly innocuous phrases such as “America is a melting pot” are actually racial microaggressions and should not be used.
#ad#The suggestion was one of many no-no phrases listed ...
In Iran Negotiations, the Deadline Extension Signals Disaster
Today, American red lines exist only in the blood-drenched lung matter of Syria’s forgotten dead, felled by chlorine gas. And American diplomatic deadlines never die.
For the umpteenth time, the deadline for a nuclear deal with Iran has ...
Yes, Western Weakness Really Is Enabling Putin
Last week, just as the EU was voting to extend its economic sanctions against Russia through the beginning of next year, the U.S. announced a major sign of its commitment to European security. But will Russian president Vladimir Putin ...
The Shameful Liberal Exploitation of the Charleston Massacre
The racist massacre of nine black worshippers at a Charleston, S.C., church on June 17 was an act of such heinous ugliness that it demands to be scrutinized for any larger meanings it may possess. That the victims had graciously ...
Justice Kennedy’s Judicial Power Grab
In between the gibberish and the “mystical aphorisms of the fortune cookie” (as Justice Scalia put it in his dissent) that constitute most of Justice Kennedy’s Obergefell opinion, he buried a landmine that, if triggered, will dramatically shift power ...
Will Obama Follow the Law and Liquidate the Export-Import Bank?
‘Indifference to the rule of law” — that is how Mitch McConnell described the Obama administration in 2013. At the time, McConnell was talking about welfare work requirements, initial actions on immigration, appointments to the National Labor Relations Board, and impending maneuvers ...
How Obama’s New Overtime Regulations Will Make It Harder for Americans to Balance Work and Family
Should salaried employees have to log their hours? President Obama thinks so. He just proposed regulations requiring salaried employees making less than $50,000 a year to track their work time. Most news coverage has not highlighted this aspect of the new ...
In His Campaign Kickoff, Chris Christie Leads with His Personality
Sandown, N.H. — Chris Christie has unveiled detailed policy plans. But on his first day as an official presidential candidate, Christie’s selling point was personality, not policy. He told voters that whether or not they agreed with him, they ...
Hate speech ain’t what it used to be. The other day, Hillary Clinton said “All lives matter.” She faced a “backlash” for uttering this toxic sentence, as the New York Times reported. Donna Brazile had to rescue her on ...
Church Burnings: Falsified History Repeats Itself
America is still reeling from the horrific Charleston, S.C., massacre at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church that claimed the lives of nine innocent people. The last thing the community and our country need are hysterical journalists compounding the pain ...
Colorado Strikes Down a School-Choice Program, but the Case Could Meet a Different Fate at the Supreme Court
On Monday, the Colorado supreme court struck down Douglas County’s one-of-a-kind voucher program. In Taxpayers for Public Education v. Douglas County School District, a four-to-three majority found that the program conflicts with “unequivocal language forbidding the State from using ...
MSNBC's O'Donnell: Hillary's Private E-Mail Server 'Absolutely Unacceptable'
On Tuesday’s edition of Morning Joe, MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell called Hillary Clinton’s use of a private e-mail server while serving as Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013 “an absolutely unacceptable choice.”
While O’Donnell said that he ...
‘Let’s Make a Deal’ Obama Says to Iran’s Death-to-America Crowd
While the date may be extended slightly, today marks the official deadline for concluding a U.S.–Iranian atomic-weapons deal. One might think that Obama’s supposed partners in peace would use conciliatory words befitting the occasion. Instead, top Iranians ...
Elon Musk’s Bad Day — and Ours
June 28 was Elon Musk’s 44th birthday, and he had hoped to celebrate with a successful launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. It would be carrying a Dragon capsule full of supplies for the International Space Station (ISS), under the ...
Professor: White People Are Conditioned to Commit Mass Murder Like in Charleston
Editor’s Note: After the publication of this article, the University of Memphis announced that Zandria Robinson was no longer employed at the university (see update below).
A professor at the University of Memphis suggested that the Charleston shooter was ...
Progressive Mass Hysteria
One of the most harrowing incidents in the Athenian historian Thucydides’ history of the Peloponnesian War is the democratic debate over the rebellious subject state of Mytilene on the distant island of Lesbos. Thucydides uses his riveting account of the ...
SCOTUS Lets the Obama Administration Say Words Don’t Mean What They Say
For most people, words mean what they say. But not necessarily for a majority of Supreme Court justices in two important decisions handed down Thursday.
In the most prominent, King v. Burwell, Chief Justice John Roberts, writing for a 6-3 ...
Republicans Should Stop Nominating Mushy Moderates to the Supreme Court
Many people are looking at the recent Supreme Court decisions about Obamacare and same-sex marriage in terms of whether they think these are good or bad policies. That is certainly a legitimate concern, for both those who favor those policies ...
The Next Gay-Marriage Battle
Everyone knows where the debate over gay marriage is going next. Now that the Supreme Court has imposed its edict on the land, the question is whether religious institutions and people of faith will still be permitted to act on ...
Kendrick Lamar Popularizes Conservative Themes at 2015 BET Awards
Graffitied cop cars and tattered American flags — those were the visual centerpieces of “King” Kendrick’s massively popular opener for the 2015 BET Awards last night in Los Angeles. The rapper performed his hit “Alright,” from his most recent album, To ...
$15 Minimum Wage Advocacy Group Posts Job Paying $12.25 an Hour
The advocacy group Working America posted a job listing on Facebook looking for grassroots organizers willing to start campaigns pushing for a $15 minimum wage — for $12.25 per hour.
#ad#The fact that the job paid less than the hoped-for federal standard ...
Nonprofits and Civil Society
In an article on Time’s website yesterday, Mark Oppenheimer of the New York Times and Yale University proposed that we should “abolish, or greatly diminish, [the] tax-exempt statuses” of churches, private schools, charities, and other nonprofits. He thought that ...
For a Win in 2016, Depict Hillary as Obama’s Third Term
Our most recent national survey, which was completed between June 18 and June 22 among 1,008 likely 2016 presidential voters, is showing some rather early but complex trends that could transform the Obama years into a new political era.
#ad#The Democrats for the ...
Pro-Jindal Super PAC Goes on Air with $500,000 Ad Buy in Iowa
Believe Again, the super PAC backing Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal in the 2016 Republican presidential primary, has spent a half-million dollars to air an ad introducing Jindal to Iowans over the next two weeks.
“We’re All Americans” is a 30-second ...
Kasich on Same-Sex Marriage: 'The Court Has Ruled and It's Time to Move On'
In the wake of the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling on same-sex marriage in Obergefell v. Hodges this past Friday, most Republican presidential hopefuls came out swinging. But not Ohio governor John Kasich.
Kasich, who is expected to announce his ...
The Increasing Clout of a Terrorist Force
‘We welcome war with the U.S., as we believe that it will be the scene for our success to display the real potentials of our power.” So said Brigadier General Hossein Salami, the lieutenant commander of Iran’s Islamic ...