Is Trump the Heir to Reagan?

By: Pat Buchanan Three decades ago, as communications director in the White House, I set up an interview for Bill Rusher of National Review. Among his first questions to President Reagan was to ask him to assess the political importance of Barry Goldwater. Said Reagan, “I guess you could call him the John the Baptist…

It’s 1968 All Over Again

By: Victor Davis Hanson Almost a half-century ago, in 1968, the United States seemed to be falling apart. The Vietnam War, a bitter and close presidential election, antiwar protests, racial riots, political assassinations, terrorism and a recession looming on the horizon left the country divided between a loud radical minority and a silent conservative majority.…

The Real War on Women

By: Allen West I am quite sure we all remember the campaign rally cry of the progressive socialist left from a few years back, the infamous “war on women.” The Democrat party used this tired line to try to beat the GOP in order to win over the vaunted female vote. But recent revelations should…

If Democrats Really Cared

By: Susan Stamper Brown After every mass shooting, the left always invites us to join them in their insanity to participate in yet another circular argument about gun control. It’s not because they care. If they really cared, they would think before they speak after tragedies. Shortly after the Las Vegas shooting, now-fired CBS top…

The Shocking Truth About Term Limits

By: Paul Jacob “Michigan’s strictest-in-the-nation term limits law will force nearly 70 percent of state senators out of office in 2019 and more than 20 percent of representatives,” reports the Detroit News, “a mass turnover that is fueling renewed interest in reform.” What?!! Could term limitation laws actually make our poor underpaid and overworked politicians vacate…