Why Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst is the clear choice over Ted Cruz. Published July 31 2012
What is it like to run for the White House? Is Citizens United really that bad? Mike Dukakis talks about all of this and more. Published July 30 2012
Please read the entire article before losing your marbles. Thanks. Published July 27 2012
How has the rise of new media impacted our politicians? Does Citizens United open the door for serious problems? George Voinovich explains. Published July 26 2012
George Voinovich has always tried to build bridges. So, what does he think about the rise of polarized politics? Can Republicans still win in big cities? He explains in this first part of our discussion. Published July 25 2012
Did you know that she was not only a Republican, but opposed to abortion? Get the facts about the founder of Planned Parenthood. Published July 24 2012
A reasonable plan for firearms safety in a post-James E. Holmes America. Published July 23 2012
A discussion with the former Governor of New Jersey and Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency about her career and the Republican Party's future. Published July 21 2012
Altruism is often thought of as a virtue, but could it actually be a vice? New research says so. Published July 20 2012
Obama is an amateurish ideologue, the media are silent, and America is in trouble. Edward Klein explains. Published July 19 2012
How do Barack Obama's mistakes really impact our economy? Has his foreign policy been good for America? What about Valerie Jarrett? Edward Klein, bestselling author of "The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House", explains. Published July 18 2012
Edward Klein, bestselling author of "The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House", says that the president is not up to his job. How come? Published July 17 2012
The Comanche commentator, scholar, and artist explains in this closing chapter of our conversation. Published July 16 2012
What is the future of Occupy and the Tea Party? Are libertarians "often foolish"? Was Ron Paul's candidacy really "that of a David Duke without an armband"? Published July 15 2012
Find out in this first part of an interview with the legendary former New York mayor. Published July 14 2012
How do David Yeagley's fellow Comanches regard him? Why do they feel this way? He explains in this penultimate segment of our post-interview question-and-answer session. Published July 13 2012
Nobel laureate Brian David Josephson studies both. He has quite a bit to say in this interview about modern science and his career. Published July 12 2012
The movie "Trading Places" tried to answer the question, but what do the scientists say? Published July 11 2012
Leftist-turned-Republican writer Harry Stein explains his views on race relations and talks about his career in this third and final part of our interview. Published July 10 2012
The title says it all, really. Part two of an interview with the scholar and journalist. Published July 9 2012
Joseph F. Cotto is a social journalist and student of history from central Florida. He writes about everything from political trends to men's fashion, but finds nothing to be more interesting than a good interview. In the past, he ...Read More
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