Jack Kerwick, Ph.D.
The suicide note of Iraq War veteran Daniel Somers sheds light on the logical inconsistencies and moral confusion of Republicans.
To believe the Gang of Eight, one must be a fool. To spout its nonsense, one must be a liar.
Senatorial votes on amendments to the "comprehensive immigration reform" bill and Republican rhetoric continue to convince conservatives that the bill is just amnesty by another name and that it will not slow illegal immigration.
It is at once exasperating and laughable that the very same people who indefatigably defended the so-called “Patriot Act” now act shocked that it has been abused by the Obama administration. If they had an iota of wisdom, they would have recognized way back when that the Patriot Act itself is a standing abuse.
In his book Lincoln Unbound, National Review editor Rich Lowry says in essence that either we join him in revering the 16th president as “perhaps the foremost proponent of opportunity in all of American history" or else we support slavery.
Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, purports to defend Abraham Lincoln from right-wing detractors, but he succeeds merely at making ad hominem attacks against his opponents.
I show how the IRS is an abomination to all liberty-loving people.
Megyn Kelly was irrational over a Pew study showing that 40 percent of women are primary or sole wage earners.
A look at Census Bureau findings show that the Hispanicization of American politics is a fantasy.
"Conservative" media personalities, such as Mike Gallagher, betray their listeners when they advocate amnesty, especially when they use the typical neoconservative talking points.