Blogs

  • A Day Of Disney And Draft Diversion

    The news for the past six months has been so awful –so bad in fact I didn't have time to focus on the wonderful Obama economy which shrunk the most it has in five years as Obamacare sets in– that I am looking forward to our annual broadcast from The…

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  • Lynne Cheney – Rebecca Costa

    Lynne Cheney – Rebecca Costa

    Lynne Cheney, wife of former Vice-President Dick Cheney, has loved history for as long as she can remember, and she has spent much of her professional life writing and speaking about the importance of knowing and teaching history. She has served as chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities…

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  • Another 9-0 Slapdown of the DOJ Equivalent Of The 1962 Mets

    Today's stinging rejection of the president's unconstitutional and reckless abuse of the appointments power reminds us of a much longer record of 9-0 futility by this president and his hapless Attorney General. It will take a while for the the overwhelmingly left-leaning legal academy to wake up to this record…

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  • Debating Ex-Im With Jeb and Jim

    Congressman Jeb Hensarling is a great conservative from Texas who chairs the House Financial Services Committee. Jim Talent is the terrific former senator from Missouri. I spoke with both of them on Wednesday's show about a number of subjects, but about the reauthorization of the Ex-Im Bank with both. I…

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  • Vice President On The Collapse Of The Obama Foreign Policy

    Vice President On The Collapse Of The Obama Foreign Policy

    Former Vice President Dick Cheney joined me for a wide-ranging conversation about American foreign policy on today's show, which including his sobering assessment that American likely faces another devastating attack on the homeland before this decade is out. He and his daughter Liz Cheney, former Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of…

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  • CLARIFYING THE FIELD FOR 2016

    CLARIFYING THE FIELD FOR 2016

    Two years from now the Republican convention selects a presidential nominee and recent weeks helped clarify the field of contenders. Governor Rick Perry hurt himself with clumsy comments comparing homosexuality and alcoholism, while Jeb Bush suffered through association with the “Common Core” curriculum – massively unpopular with the GOP base.…

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  • THE CASINO BOOM: BAD LUCK FOR THE POOR

    THE CASINO BOOM: BAD LUCK FOR THE POOR

    Government can't succeed in eliminating poverty but it can certainly contribute to poverty's perpetuation. Authorizing commercial casinos throughout the country disproportionately damages poor people through the encouragement of bad habits. Barbara Dafoe Whitehead of the Institute for American Values notes that in the Northeast alone, 23 new commercial casinos have…

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