In this particular historical moment, conservative ideals are not on line; on the contrary, it is the liberals who have much to lose. In fact, it is times such as this that give conservatives the opportunity to be who we are, and to appeal to the proven truths of our tradition.
17-Jun-2013 | By Bob Beauprez, Editor-in-Chief
These findings stand in stark contrast to Obama's sanctimonious claim of "fighting for the middle-class." Further, it is evidence of failure of one of the biggest planks in the Progressive's Manifesto – Income Equality for All.
17-Jun-2013 | By Lawrence J. Fedewa, Contributing Editor
What if the most important operational decisions and actions of this administration are indeed unknown to the President? What if the actual power of the Presidency is being exercised not by the man elected to be the Chief Executive and Commander-in-Chief, but by other people in his name and without his knowledge?
17-Jun-2013 | By Kelly Sloan, Contributing Editor
The same evils of western civilization that are identified by the socialist – capitalism, Christian worldview, colonialism – are to the environmentalist responsible for applying the most offensive blemishes on the ecological canvas.
17-Jun-2013 | By Brian Anderson, Contributing Editor
As government has increased the scope of its control over citizens, the number of bureaucrats that rely on taxpayer dollars has grossly expanded as well. It’s not surprising that an agency which relies on taxpayer funding would attack citizens who seek to limit taxes and government.
17-Jun-2013 | By William Moloney, Contributing Editor
Winston Churchill famously noted that few things in life are quite as exhilarating as being shot at without result. In that vein many Coloradoans felt a similar adrenaline rush upon hearing that the State Supreme Court had narrowly overturned the grotesque trial verdict in the Lobato education finance case.
17-Jun-2013 | By James R. Edwards, Contributing Editor
Mobile technology has burst into the healthcare space. Only there, the revolutionary pace of transformation is still a question mark. That’s because different government agencies are sending different signals, creating uncertainty.
17-Jun-2013 | By Sanjai Bhagat, Ph. D., Contributing Editor
The figure below relates the 2012 GDP growth in various European countries and the government expenditures during 2010 and 2011… The negative and statistically significant relation confirms that countries whose governments spent less experienced a stronger growth in their GDP. Austerity still works!
17-Jun-2013 | By Jimmy Sengenberger
As the debate surrounding whether leaker Edward Snowden is a whistleblowing-hero or a troublemaking-defector heats up, we should engage in the important policy debate that must now ensue regarding the delicate balance between liberty and security in the Age of Terrorism.