IT’S THE ECONOMY, STUPID

I remember 1992. We had an incumbent president named Bush running for re-election, having successfully presided over the end of the Cold War and victory over a belligerent Saddam Hussein in Iraq. He was up against an inexperienced career politician — a...

COIN COMMISSION CONTROVERSY?

Amid much fanfare the newly minted Arizona quarters were put into circulation at the State Capitol today. When I watched the video of Gov. Napolitano’s remarks, I was struck by the similarity between her enthusiasm for the work of the coin commission and the way...

CONNECTIONS

In case you missed it, Richard D’Uriarte of the Arizona Republic put together a piece for Sunday’s paper about Arizona’s political tree that is probably interesting mainly to political junkies. I make a brief appearance in a section about...

WE ARE STILL AT WAR

It’s summertime, and between baseball, Indiana Jones and vacation plans we sometimes lose sight of the fact that there are millions of Islamic extremists who want to turn Washington D.C. into the wasteland depicted in this image posted yesterday by Al Qaeda...

ANOTHER REASON TO VOTE MCCAIN

Anti-American left-wing actress Susan Sarandon has promised to leave the country: SUSAN SARANDON, who appeared in three films last year and won kudos for her TV movie “Bernard and Doris,” is still not a contented soul. She says if John McCain gets elected,...

LOYALTY IS STILL A VIRTUE

Two former White House press secretaries were in the news yesterday. Tony Snow, whose battle with colon cancer is well-documented, had to cancel a speech due to an undisclosed illness that will not allow him to travel. I had a chance to see Tony Snow at the recent...

THE DEMO-GAFFES

I know it’s been a long campaign season, but we have reached a new level of seriousness for gaffes by Democratic presidential candidates. First, Hillary Clinton — making the argument for continuing her campaign into June — noted that Robert F....

PARTY IN DENIAL

Conservative Sen. Tom Coburn in today’s Wall Street Journal identifies the problem with today’s Republican Party and provides a roadmap to restoring the Party’s trust with the American people: Unfortunately, too many in our party are not yet ready to...

CAMPAIGN SCHOOL SATURDAY

I am frequently asked how to learn the skills necessary to become a political candidate or to work on the inside of a political campaign. The best conservative organization that trains current and future candidates and campaign strategists and managers is The...

NEVER AGAIN

While in Washington D.C. recently Tracy and I took some time to visit the Holocaust Memorial Museum. Having lived in Europe during the 1970s, I have vivid recollections of childhood visits to the Nazi concentration camp at Dachau, and to the apartment in Amsterdam...
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