Jack Kerwick, Ph.D.
Pope Francis is once again insisting that he is not a communist, that his abiding concern for “the poor” is grounded in the Gospel of Christ, not the ideology of Marx, Engels, or any other communist.
Neoconservatives admit that they're champions of Big Government — both home and abroad, so conservatives need to be wary.
In their fight with the Tea Party, establishment Republicans imply that Tea Partiers are dogmatic purists who refuse to face the political realities of a two-party system, but it is establishment Republicans who aren't facing facts.
A response to Washington Post blogger and Georgetown University political scientist John Sides who claims that most "conservatives" are secretly "liberals." I argue that they are secretly neoconservatives.
Many conservatives continue to advocate harsh penalties on marijuana use and distribution, though there are harsh consequences for continuing the practice.
Neoconservatives disdain non-interventionist libertarians yet they praise Martin Luther King, Jr. — an obvious illogical inconsistency.
The inconsistencies of Snowden's detractors are revealed.
Whether the NSA has "abused" its powers is irrelevant in deciding whether to allow its surveillance of Americans; its powers are inimical to liberty.
Before there were Rush and the others, there was the late, great Bob Grant, the one-time "king of conservative talk radio," now dead at 84.
"Conservatives'" knee-jerk defensiveness toward all criticisms of every effort on the part of government to fight a "war on terror" expedites the Left's project to "fundamentally transform" America.