Politics (page 958)

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    More from Mark Levin

    If the National Review Online interview piqued your interest, check out Human Events‘ video chat with Mark Levin about his latest book. The targeting of children is the utopian’s goal, says Mark Levin? in his new book, Ameritopia: The Unmaking of America, which already…
    Mitch Kokai, January 19, 2012
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    Barone assesses Romney’s chances in South Carolina

    Michael Barone‘s latest column explains how South Carolina’s history of choosing the eventual Republican presidential nominee helps frontrunner Mitt Romney. He got louder cheers than Santorum or Paul, and Gingrich got boos when he attacked Romney at the Faith and Freedom tent and at…
    Mitch Kokai, January 19, 2012
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    National Review Online interviews DeMint

    In the midst of the presidential contest in his home state, U.S. Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., offers some thoughts to National Review Online. KATHRYN JEAN LOPEZ: Is pending “economic collapse” the message a Republican candidate has to convey this year? How can he do…
    Mitch Kokai, January 19, 2012
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    Ferguson buys the income inequality premise, rejects the Left’s solutions

    Historian Niall Ferguson devotes his latest Newsweek column to an examination of income inequality in the United States. Like left-of-center political critics, Ferguson buys into the notion of growing income inequality, though he notes in one throwaway line that the share of total income going to…
    Mitch Kokai, January 19, 2012
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    Ferg’s take on Ron Paul: Interview on WGSO’s Ringside Politics

    With successful campaigns in the Iowa and New Hampshire presidential primaries—third and second, respectively—Ron Paul remains in the national spotlight. However, two broad misunderstandings are impeding his rise as the conservative front-runner and alternative to Mitt Romney: first, confusion about Paul's policy positions as a constitutional or paleoconservative; second, the dire state of the United States economy, which compels more aggressive action than the other candidates offer. Jeff Crouere (pictured), a radio host I admire with WGSO in Louisiana, had me on to address these concerns and respond to questions from callers. Click below to listen (24 minutes, mp3), and I encourage people to check out his show, weekdays at 7 to 11am CST. [audio:http://bit.ly/wZQYDh]
    Fergus Hodgson, January 18, 2012
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    NCAE: Two views

    How do you feel about the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE)?  In an op-ed published in The Dispatch, Mary Cridlebaugh, who has been a member of NCAE since 1960, argued that ideological, angry Republicans voted to discontinue the dues checkoff allowance given to members of the NCAE…
    Terry Stoops, January 18, 2012
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    Harvard Business School report: U.S. has a competitiveness problem

    A report released today by the Havard Business School should be required reading for every politician and pundit in America. The survey findings help us pinpoint where the roots of the competitiveness problem lie.  Respondents saw the underlying business environment in America as still strong in critical areas, but…
    Terry Stoops, January 18, 2012
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    Historian Hanson examines Obama’s racial politics

    Victor Davis Hanson‘s latest column ponders President Obama’s approach to racial issues. In general, his utterances follow a disheartening pattern. When he is ahead in the polls, has won an election, and is not campaigning, then he emphasizes the unity of the country. But…
    Mitch Kokai, January 18, 2012