Queue 'Headlines'

  • Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review Online

    The administration’s point man on a solar fraud is now in charge of Ebola. Rest assured that Klain will keep us promptly apprised of all Ebola developments without ever glancing at a calendar or a poll.

  • Michael Patrick Leahy, Breitbart

    On July 29, Representative Alan Grayson (D-FL) became the first member of Congress to formally call on the Obama administration to ban travel from the three countries in West Africa experiencing Ebola outbreaks. As expected, the Obama Administration did nothing.

  • Bruce Walker, American Thinker

    Winning a large majority of sub-governor races in individual states lays the foundation for the series of future electoral triumphs that, alone, can finally achieve the broad and deep conservative revolution our nation desperately needs.

  • T. Becket Adams, Washington Examiner

    Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joni Ernst is only slightly behind in early voting in Iowa, which is much better than previous elections where Democrats had a huge early lead. Does it mean Republicans have learned the lessons of 2012 and improved their ground game?

  • Brent Bozell, Fox News

    The Republican Party needed only to choose any one of a number of national issues and campaign on them, offering the voters a clear conservative alternative. But the tepid GOP leadership has not chosen not to do so, fearing any debate over their party’s own policies.

  • Sen. Ted Cruz, USA Today

    Republicans — poised to take control of Congress — should set our sights on three big goals to make Americans feel confident in their futures once again: jumpstart the economy, safeguard constitutional liberties, and strengthen our national security.

  • Jenny Beth Martin, The Hill

    Reagan did not win 49 of 50 states in 1984 by laying low.  Republicans did not register historic congressional gains in 1994 and 2010 by keeping quiet.  These landslides were won because conservatives proudly announced their ideas for a better, stronger America.

  • Garth Kant, WND

    The liberal Washington Post puts GOP chances of retaking control of the Senate at 96%, but a closer look at the races indicates the margins in several are still very thin. Conservatives must continue to push the GOP candidates to adopt a strong national agenda to get voters excited.

  • Pat Buchanan, CNS News

    In dealing with contagious and deadly diseases, common sense says to err on the side of safety. Public safety must come before political correctness. Community and country come ahead of any obligation to the people of West Africa.

  • Erick Erickson, Red State

    Republican U.S. Senate candidate David Perdue could have avoided a runoff in Georgia simply by accepting assistance from other prominent party members in the state, writes Erickson, but arrogance and a go it alone attitude may deprive him of what should have been an easy win.

  • Michael Barone, Washington Examiner

    Over the years, it has been apparent that Hispanics are not a single unified voting bloc across the country. Rather, Hispanics tend to vote quite differently, depending somewhat on where they are from and probably more on where they have chosen to make their way.

  • Alex Isenstadt, Politico

    Democrats have pulled resources from top offensive targets in order to buttress besieged incumbents, putting them almost entirely on defense. Of the 28 races seen as most seriously in contention, all but seven are held by Democrats.

  • Rush Limbaugh, RushLimbaugh.com

    Voters never, other than Reagan, the lone example, never affirmatively vote for conservatism because it's never really presented to them.  It's presented to them by me and Fox News on some occasions and other so-called new media, but it's not presented to voters by the Republican Party.

  • Jonathan Strong, Breitbart

    Behind the scenes, campaigns evaluating the polling are seeing unbelievable numbers on the issue that belie popular narratives about how popular comprehensive immigration reform is. How much longer will Republicans resist the urge to fully embrace the issue?

  • Zoey DiMauro, CNS News

    A growing number of pro-choicers, such as Slate writer Hanna Rosin, are now openly claiming that “Abortion is great” instead of professing the belief that the procedure should be “safe, legal, and rare.”