Big business lobbyists work to prevent any rise in workers’ paychecks.
Catholic and Evangelical leaders are fighting for “religious freedom” and US citizens of all faiths are paying for it.
Santorum’s victories in Minnesota, Missouri, and Colorado mean bigger challenges for Romney and better chances for Gingrich.
Conservatives are wary of Romney because they think he will expose what’s wrong with conservatism.
We live in a society that in many ways believes there is no such thing as society. There are only men, women and families, as Margaret Thatcher put it, who must look to themselves first. Ronald Reagan agreed, as he argued against high marginal tax rates and the then-accepted notion of wealth redistribution.
Self-reliance is the classically American ideology that envisions a world of competing self-interests. States are no exception, and in their haste to offer ever-sweeter deals, they end up racing to the bottom.
We may see a winner as late as March if candidates other than Romney don’t run out of money first.
Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich risk looking out of touch by bringing up long-vanquished foes on the campaign trail.