As a student of charismatic leadership, my antenna lit up when I saw all the chatter during the 2008 Presidential campaign regarding Barack Obama’s brilliance and genius. Since I’ve gotten to know some real geniuses, I think I’m in a good position to access his intellectual capacity. Based on my experience, [...]
Far from supporting the case for openly gay military service, the U.S. military’s experience with women instead offers a cautionary tale warning against open homosexuality within the ranks.
March 2, 2010, couldn’t have been one of Congressman Ron Paul’s better days. Debra Medina, the candidate he introduced to voters after she managed part of his Presidential Campaign in 2008, lost her own bid for the Republican Texas Gubernatorial Nomination to conservative Rick Perry, and not-so-conservative, Kay Bailey Hutchison by 80% of the vote.
By and large, a strong indication that someone is losing an argument is their readiness to resort to ad hominem attacks. So it is with the Left’s campaign to smear the eminent Middle East scholar Martin Kramer as a racist and an advocate of “genocide” against Palestinians.
At incendiary issue are some brief remarks that Kramer [...]
David Forsmark replied to my post about the George W. Obama Administration here, titled “Yes, Ryan, There IS a Difference Between the 2 Parties on National Security.” Just a little clarification: I was comparing the Obama and Bush Administrations, not necessarily both parties, and I didn’t say there was no difference at all, just nothing [...]