History proves we can, but we are saddled by a new caveat. (This is Part One of a three-part series.)
How silly do those pundits look who compared Obama to Honest Abe after he was elected?
Don't you dare criticize the world's most perfect celebrity — or his charitable schemes.
What does history predict for our reckless course?
Ask Boeing. Or the Heritage Foundation, which puts the U.S. in a dismal ninth place in its 2011 Index of Economic Freedom.
Is there still time to stave off collapse?
The Donald quenches the deep and abiding thirst of countless Americans who have longed to hear unashamed sentiments from our politicians.
Ryan is a serious man with a serious plan; unfortunately, Americans are a thoroughly unserious people. (Also see: "House approves Ryan’s ‘Path to Prosperity’ plan.")
Our elites are hostage to the wrong sensitivities.
Are they loyal to anything but themselves?
From FDR to Reagan, history suggests the answer is yes.
Can a civilization that tore itself apart put itself back together?
President Reagan liked to tweak his liberal critics by saying, "some years ago, the federal government declared war on poverty, and poverty won." His statement is truer now than ever.
Before we ride BP out on the rails, remember that the deaths of the rig workers and the necessity of what they were doing are what matter most.
Welcome to the IRS of A; one nation, under bureaucracy, with penalties and mandates for all.
While Obama continues to fiddle his atonal health care tune, the flames of war and recession and fiscal collapse rage all around him.
Does this call into question the whole "global warming" thing?
Remember those heady days of 2008 when Barack Obama successfully painted himself as a moderate?
The president has decided that his personal concept of morality takes precedence over American lives.
The "liberty-mad" rebels would have a tough time understanding how anyone could support the president's health care vision.
The election of an African-American president, and even the possibility of such a candidacy, are direct legacies of the Republican Party.