There's good reason for skepticism when former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney showcases his business background.
The Ron Paul youth have little interest in a Reagan-like "shining city on a hill" message, or talk about a threatening "evil empire" abroad.
If Democrats can nominate a hard core liberal, why can't Republicans offer a clear conservative alternative?
The self-evident truths enshrined in our Declaration of Independence are as self-evidently true for Iraqis as they are for us.
Santorum insists that there is a "moral component" to economic problems and that claims that one can be discussed meaningfully without the other are bogus.
Regarding abortion, the liberal agenda is really about two things. One, an alleged right to sexual promiscuity and two, an alleged right to have others bear social and financial responsibility for that promiscuity.
Should the candidates be forced to weigh in on collapse of the traditional family in America?
American history has been an ongoing challenge of refining our understanding of the eternal truths that enable men and women to live together freely and creatively.
But just one week before, the President and his Democrat colleagues used this very point -- that the budget is about values -- as an excuse to attack conservatives and Republicans.
Planned Parenthood wants you to believe that cancer screening is the only or main thing that the nation's largest abortion provider does.