This is the most comprehensive analysis we’ve seen on Tuesday’s vote. Nationally syndicated radio host Steve Deace gives numbers that are hard to argue with. They suggest only one factor that could defeat Obama this week.
Voters in Pennsylvania and Ohio have a unique opportunity to make themselves energy producing giants this Tuesday, if they vote for the right candidate.
The American idea, the shot heard round the world, is that We the People can govern ourselves. Obama’s approach is quite a bit different than that. Decide on Tuesday what fate America deserves.
The President’s handling of Hurricane Sandy and the Bengahzi disaster betray the fundamental “unseriousness” of his Administration, and foreshadow absolute disaster if he is re-elected.
This race hasn’t been the same since the first debate. Mitt Romney’s rout of a beleaguered and bored-looking Barack Obama dramatically altered the trajectory of the race from leaning strongly to the president to a toss-up/leaning Romney.
As we anticipate Mitt Romney’s (hopefully delicious) victory next Tuesday, we shouldn’t be fooled to think that all will be right in America if he wins. His victory, which is in no way assured, would only give us a bit of breathing room to buckle down.
Barack Obama is a small little man trying and failing to do a very big job. He has been one of the worst, if not the worst President in American history. Based solely on his performance, Barack Obama should be losing this election in a 50 state landslide.
Could you imagine if fallen Benghazi SEAL’s father Charles Woods had been Cindy Sheehan, whose soldier son was killed in Iraq? Read about this latest media hypocrisy.
Just days before the Duke University fossil fuels debate, a bombshell rocked the environmental community: one of its chief defenders – a Penn State University professor – was exposed as falsely claiming to be a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.
At a recent conference sponsored by Accuracy in Media, Democratic pollster and pundit Pat Caddell said that the media is “the enemy of America.” He wasn’t kidding. Here’s why.
It was a little much when Obama said he was “offended” by the suggestion that he would try to deceive the public about what happened in Benghazi. What has this man not deceived the public about? Remember his pledge to cut the deficit in half? And there’s much, much more. . .
We’re going to have that person arrested and prosecuted that did the video,” said Hillary Clinton. No, not the person who made the video saying that voting for Obama is like losing your virginity, but the fellow who made the supposedly Islamophobic video.
Four years after he was elected as a self-described ‘hopemonger’ promising a new post-partisan era, Obama is trying to claw his way to re-election with an ugly, divisive campaign in which he is playing the role of fearmonger-in-chief.
Obama calling Romney a “bullshi**er”? Such class…such poise…such leadership…such inspiration…such an example for young Americans. Even a dead fish could surge past this profane jerk.
The United States has had good presidents and bad, but it has never had a leader who came to a debate on national security with so much insecurity. It was a small petty man who sat on the other side of the screen, alternately smirking and scowling, grinding his teeth and launching attack after attack instead of finally taking the opportunity to set the record straight with the American people.
During last week’s vice-presidential debate, Vice President Joe Biden inadvertently raised an interesting question when he dismissed comparisons between Paul Ryan and John F. Kennedy. Here’s why he was wrong.
Conrad Hilton looked around at what seems to us an idyllic era and saw many of the exact same evils and threats to freedom we are wringing our hands about today. There’s a lesson here.
There are analysts saying President Obama scored some debate points and critiqued Romney for not taking advantage of clear openings to land a knockout blow on Obama. But when the “fog of the debate” clears, polls will show that Mitt Romney has picked up more support from the American electorate.
I still remember the day that I learned the most important lesson a man can ever learn about women. It was the first semester of my sophomore year of college. My girlfriend had broken up with me the last semester of the previous year and I still hadn’t figured out why.
Free speech is dying in the Western world. While most people still enjoy considerable freedom of expression, this right, once a near-absolute, has come under vicious attack.
The American Automobile Association (AAA) failure to fight high gas prices is inexplicable. With its 50+ million members, the largest non-church group in the US, it could have tremendous impact.
Along the southern US border are lots of soldiers with high-powered weapons and high tech equipment. Only one problem. They’re working for the drug cartels, not the US government.
Last night at the Vice Presidential debate in Kentucky, the nation got to witness the last vestiges of dignity get stripped away from the office of Vice President.
President Barack Obama is running roughshod over the Constitution, legal scholars say, by disregarding it, changing laws outside the legislative process, and extending federal power in unprecedented ways.
How is it possible that two groups who have historical legacies of being religious could vote in elections overwhelmingly for the political party that promotes and legalizes homosexuality, abortion, gay marriage, taking God out of the schools, etc. – the Democrats?