Only days before the tenth anniversary of 9/11, Vice President Cheney came out from his undisclosed location to again remind the world what real adult leadership looks and sounds like. Published August 31 2011
Hurricane Irene left death and devastation in its wake. Now the really awful part begins as states prepare for massive floods. Published August 29 2011
Every single one of us can help in some way with regard to Hurricane Irene. This column is one Internet version of a virtual Central Command. Published August 27 2011
Radical Islamists have targeted David Letterman as the new Zionist infidel. Mr. Letterman is not Jewish, so I suspect the Jihadists may just be genocidal lunatics. Thankfully Dave did not back down. Published August 25 2011
Today Glen Beck launches his international Restoring Courage rallies, prompting a look-back to the ridiculous John Stewart Restoring Cowardice Rally. Guess they showed us. Published August 24 2011
When Maxine Waters told tea partiers to "go to hell," she was actually begging them to come visit her. After all, her Los Angeles district is hell. Published August 23 2011
As the world burns, Ghadafi and Obama are both fleeing to safe havens to avoid dealing with unhappy citizens. Algeria is the New Martha's Vineyard. Published August 21 2011
Mitt Romney needs one thing to win over millions of voters: imperfection. Here's how we can help. Published August 19 2011
Sarah Palin, check; Rick Perry, check. I am slowly running through the list of GOP presidential hopefuls, avowed and not avowed. I wonder if I can add Rudy to the list? Published August 18 2011
I met Sarah Palin at the Iowa State Fair. She is everything I read about and even more. She is the real deal. Published August 17 2011
At the Iowa Straw Poll, ordinary Americans got to grill potential leaders of the free world, while enjoying pizza, barbecue, and music. THIS is what democracy looks like. Published August 16 2011
Now that the Iowa debate is several days in the history books, some recap and post-mortem is in order. Six candidates were brilliant. Sadly, eight were on stage. Published August 14 2011
In war, people should go Roman or go home. Republicans in Iowa had better try to be the next Scott Walker to be able to effectively govern. Published August 11 2011
Poor misunderstood Barack Obama did not ever advocate "change we can believe in." He actually offered "change HE can believe in. Published August 10 2011
Barack Obama went to Harvard. Timothy Geithner came from Johns Hopkins and the New York Fed. The myth of the best and brightest pedigrees has now been obliterated. Published August 9 2011
Standard and Poors has now downgraded the Obama presidency to junk status. This is a conservative intervention as liberal spending junkies threaten to overdose and kill America. Published August 7 2011
I made fun of Mr. Obama on his birthday. His supporters went ballistic and anti-Semitic. These are liberals. This is how they behave. Hope, change, yes we can (spread bile)! Published August 5 2011
Barack Obama received a nice birthday present of $3,580,000. Here are some ways he could spend it that would fit in with his ideology. Published August 4 2011
American liberals have finally gone off the deep end, confusing policy disagreements with the greatest horrors of civilization. Published August 3 2011
The budget deal is done, but there is plenty of reason to have plenty to say about the deal. At least we can all agree it was nice to see Congressman Giffords present. Published August 1 2011
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