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Trump’s ‘Abysmal’ Poll Numbers? What About Those of Merkel, Macron, May and Trudeau?

About a year into President Donald Trump’s first term, the jury for much of the country and for most of the major media has returned its verdict: Trump is a…

The truth (and good news) about Roy Moore’s loss in the Alabama

The truth (and good news) about Roy Moore’s loss in the Alabama

Roy Moore, the Republican defeated Tuesday in the U.S. Senate race in Alabama, turned out to be a deeply flawed candidate and one who traditional Republican voters – including people…

Keaton Jones and the question we refuse to confront — ‘Why do they bully?’

Keaton Jones and the question we refuse to confront — ‘Why do they bully?’

By now, many have seen the viral video that has captured the heart of our nation – and in the process put a new, innocent and bewildered face on the…

Two ‘halves’ of Christmas? Judge upholds Catholic ad ban by DC public transit authority

Two ‘halves’ of Christmas? Judge upholds Catholic ad ban by DC public transit authority

A federal judge appointed to the bench by President Obama says the public transit authority in Washington, D.C. has the right to ban religious-themed Christmas advertisements.…

Politics Change; Political Ambitions Don’t

There are any number of lessons to be learned from the almost forgotten life of John Anderson, the late congressman from Illinois.…

Republicans’ Tax Plan Takes a Quirky Swipe at the Little Guys

Republicans are supposed to be the party that cuts the job-killing capital gains tax, not raises it.…

Surprisingly, Republicans and Conservatives Shouldn’t Fear a National Popular Vote

Republicans are hesitant to switch from our winner-take-all state laws allocating electors to the electoral college to using the National Popular Vote.…

This is the election that could test Trump’s staying power in the Rust Belt

This is the election that could test Trump’s staying power in the Rust Belt

A House seat in southwestern Pennsylvania, which voted solidly for Trump in 2016, is up for grabs in a special election on March 13.…

Should conservatives vote for Roy Moore?

Should conservatives vote for Roy Moore?

Should conservatives across the nation support Moore or speak out against his candidacy?…

Christmas Came Early This Year for Conservatives

We have so many blessings for which to be thankful, most of which werent even on our wish lists…