We Don’t Have a Tax Problem or a Debt Ceiling Problem. We have a Spending Problem.

It’s a mantra of fiscal conservatives across the country, but one that can never be repeated enough. The tax system, broken as it might be, does not have a problem with generating enough money to operate the US government. The debt ceiling is not too low; many would argue that it’s way too high. No, the problem that this country …

Is Obama Trying to Distance America from Israel with Appointment of Hagel?

Chuck Hagel is a republican, but he went against his party over the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. He is friends with liberals, but has been known to disparage the homosexual community, including saying that Bill Clinton’s appointment of ambassador to Luxembourg, James C. Hormel, was “openly, aggressively gay.” If and when his appointment is announced on Monday, he has only …

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It’s Time to Rebuild the Republican Party with Conservative Values

This was going to be a lengthy post, but I decided to keep it short. The signs are clear. History has pointed us in the right direction. For the country to head in the right direction, there can no longer be a leaning towards the middle. It simply doesn’t work. At the state and congressional level, moderates can do well. …

Obama vs Romney: The Tale of the Twitter Tape

Depending on who you ask, social media may play a huge role in the outcome of the presidential election or it may be an insignificant venue through which supporters declare their allegiance but do not get swayed by others. Mitt Romney is hoping it’s the latter based upon how he fairs on Twitter versus President Obama. Then again, the study …

Mathematically, Santorum Has Easier Road to Beat Obama than Romney

Something has been really weird about this GOP primary season. It’s easy to understand why the Republican Establishment has supported Mitt Romney from the start based upon their support of previous moderates like John McCain and Bob Dole. What hasn’t been as clear is why the Obama campaign team has been working on helping Romney get the nomination through their …

Republicans vs Democrats: How Each Party Views the Role of Science

As Florida, one of America’s hubs for scientific exploration through NASA, goes to the polls today to decide on their choice for the GOP candidate, let’s take a look at how each party as well as Independents view science. In this graphic by AssayDepot, we learn some things that most assume but there are surprises in there as well. For …