This political season, we've heard politicians argue that if persons do not have the means to afford health insurance society should, essentially, let them die. This unyielding position is correlated with the rise of politicians who refuse to work together.
Ayn Rand, you say? Is that what you say? When it comes to productive avenues for innovation and growth, especially in the current economic climate, the Rand approach is a recipe for personal and organizational chaos and aimlessness. Here's why.
When Paul Ryan was given a chance to address Evangelicals, he didn't follow the lead of John Kennedy, trying to end divisiveness b
I voted early last week. I waited three hours in the sun. When I finally got to the voting booth I spent another 25 minutes on the ballot even with two cheat sheets for amendments and questions.
The polls over the last few months tell a story of the changing moods of American voters, driven by specific events though the consistently point to Obama having an advantage in the Electoral College.
Unlike his father, George, Mitt forgoes principle for pursuing policies that pander to the lunatic right fringe in order to get the vote. And his choice of Paul Ryan, the Ayn Rand acolyte, for vice president, is downright frightening.
Millions of Americans need good-paying jobs. Unfortunately, Mitt Romney doesn't have a plan to create them. That's just what you'd expect from a man who made his fortune sending American jobs overseas and profitable companies into bankruptcy.
As a war veteran, former military leader, and lawyer, Adam Cook has the mind and the heart to provide real service. In sharp contrast, Rob Wittman is part of the problem of childish politics grid-locking Washington.
What could I say to my conservative father, at this 11th hour that might make him understand why I think Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are not just terrible options, but genuinely dangerous to me and his grandchildren?
As we consider the political storm around Mitt Romney's FEMA comments, here's my take on why I'm voting for the other guy, even though my tax return would probably be bigger if I didn't vote my conscience.
Running throughout the Romney-Ryan budget is a suspicion that by helping people you make them weaker, that the poor are easily swayed into behaving irresponsibly. The sad thing is, Romney and Ryan are the irresponsible ones
Mitt Romney is going to lose on Tuesday -- and Sarah Palin's self-serving antics over the last four years will be a good deal to blame. Just as she was four years ago, Sarah Palin remains the Democrats' best weapon come Election Day.
Its most graphic evidence is how much of our productivity surge has not been returned to those who created such wealth since the 1970s. That was when the philosophy of "government is the problem" took hold. A coincidence? Hardly.
Female sexuality has always been a problem for men. First, there is the issue of paternity. After that, lust. Since new life emerges from women's bo...
Looking for the dead solid skinny on the upcoming presidential election? You've come to the right place. As a public service, we're going to tell you right here and now who wins this thing and why.
Romney's near perfect campaign event was interrupted by a heckler screaming "Climate change caused Sandy!" just one of the signs that, outside of the Farm Bureau Center, Virginia might not be Romney country after all.