Obama Inches U.S Toward Debt Crisis, or Bankruptcy

As Barack Obama held his first press conference in months to promote his new $50 billion economic payback to unions, it bears reading a little-known reports from the Congressional Budget Office admitting out-of-control spending is leading us perilously close to a Greek-style meltdown. CNSNews.com has uncovered an obscure CBO report from July that states, "Combined with an unfavorable long-term … [Read more...]

Arlen Specter’s Blood Libel

Arlen Specter has not been a Democrat for one week, and he is already saying things that are unconscionable. As conservatives spent the last three days celebrating Jack Kemp’s life, Specter sought to charge Republicans with his death. Discussing his recent party change with Bob Schieffer on CBS’s “Face the Nation” Sunday, Specter, D-Lifelong Incumbency, stated: “as a matter of principle, I'm … [Read more...]

An American Renaissance Man

On Saturday evening, the physical life of Jack Kemp came to an end, but his contributions to American political and intellectual life have never been more timely. An advocate of a strong economy, missile defense, and broadening the base of the Republican Party by including minorities, Kemp’s past may prove the conservative movement’s prologue. A man as forward-looking as Kemp would appreciate … [Read more...]

Jeane Kirkpatrick, RIP

For many of us, December 7 has another reason to live in infamy. Last Thursday, Ronald Reagan’s first ambassador to the United Nations, Jeane J. Kirkpatrick, passed away at the age of 80. A tireless exponent of the truth, even when in environs as hostile as international diplomacy, she perfectly reflected her president's wishes and her nation's consensus. Her rhetoric “took everyone by … [Read more...]