Will the GOP establishment candidates kill each other? Donald Trump says, he will spend at least $2 million per week on television ads in Iowa Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Will the GOP establishment candidates kill each other? Chris Christie speaks at Elly’s Tea and Coffee House in Muscatine, Iowa, yesterday. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) THE BIG IDEA: — The… Read more »
The Daily 202: A Ted Cruz win in Iowa could kill the ethanol mandate – The other Republican aspirants continue to kiss King Corn’s ring Share on Twitter Share on Facebook A Ted Cruz win in Iowa could kill the ethanol mandate Ted Cruz in Des Moines (Reuters/Mark Kauzlarich) THE BIG IDEA: — Every Republican who has won the Iowa… Read more »
Acting to resolve a conflict between personal conscience and political duty on the subject of same-sex marriage, Kentucky’s new governor decided that marriage licenses don’t have to bear the name of the county clerk whose office issues the license.
Gov. Matt Bevin, a Republican, announced his executive order last week along with four others.
The argument that the Constitution is racist suffers from one fatal flaw: the concept of race does not exist in the Constitution. Nowhere in the Constitution—or in the Declaration of Independence, for that matter—are human beings classified according to race, skin color, or ethnicity (nor, one should add, sex, religion, or any other of the left’s favored groupings). Our founding principles are colorblind (although our history, regrettably, has not been).