Books & Music
Food & Wine
Health & Fitness
Hobbies & Crafts
Home & Garden
News & Politics
Religion & Spirituality
Travel & Culture
TV & Movies
Archive by Date | Archive by Article Title
Voting in mid-term elections
Mid-term elections strongly influence the rest of the president's term in office. If his party is in the majority in the House and Senate, then his agenda will breeze through. If not, then he will be a lame duck president very early.
Chris Christie in New Jersey
Chris Christie is the governor of New Jersey, and he is rattling some sacred cages there, namely the teachers union. But for all the money the teachers union is spending to criticize the governor, he's getting a lot of support from the citizens of the state.
Religious Right and the Republican Party
The relationship of the religious right with the Republican Party is awkward at times. While the party platform continues to endorse positions that the religious right support, it does so with a whisper.
Rush Limbaugh is vilified by the left regularly. The left also likes to try to paint Limbaugh's comments as those of all Republicans, which is a very erroneous generalization. One thing Limbaugh does very well is rile Democrats, and for that reason, I like him.
Republicans Party direction
While the fundamentals of what the Republican Party has stood for still garner support from the base, the party needs to look at the current anti-incumbent movement seriously. It's not just about kicking out the Democrats.
Tea Party and Republican Party as a family
The recent primaries have produced victories for a few “Tea Party” Republicans. I think this is great, and let’s talk about why.
States' rights is a pivotal part of our Constitution. It is something that is often ignored today as federal legislation trumps states' rights. Pushing federal legislation has been a favorite strategy of the Democrats, but here is why that's not a good idea.
Atlas Shrugged book review
Written decades ago, Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand, is still apropos today. In fact, it's rather scary how some of what she wrote as fiction is playing out.
Taxing business is an oxymoron
Taxing business is an oxymoron that the Democrats love to belabor. The truth is that the government never really taxes businesses--it taxes the consumers. Businesses incorporate taxes into their prices, so it's a double whammy to pay sales tax on top of every purchase.
Republican opposition to government-run healthcare
Republicans were vilified by the Democrats when they opposed the healthcare reform bill. Plenty of sad stories about people without healthcare were depicted, but the truth is that Republicans were right to oppose it. Here is what businesses are saying about the healthcare reform bill.
Website copyright © 2013 Minerva WebWorks LLC. All rights reserved.