American Politics --->Amnesty for All, Jobs for None
By Daniel Greenfield
Like a married man preparing to cheat on his wife, the Republican Party is circling around amnesty while pretending not to, making excuses, professing love for its base and then when it thinks no one is looking, it makes a run for the open border.John McCain employs the left’s favorite tactic, then demands Ted Cruz apologize to Bob Dole
By Robert Laurie
Back in 2008, John McCain ran what is unquestionably the weakest Republican Presidential campaign in modern American history. He was unfocused, indecisive, deathly afraid of criticizing his opponent, and unable to articulate any clear, concise policy opinions. In a word, it was disastrous. Since then he’s spent most of his time trying to get in front of the cameras by voting against his own party, supporting opposition initiatives, and harassing any Republican Senator who actually dares to stand on principle.UAW to NLRB: Give us a do-over in Chattanooga
By Dan Calabrese
When Volkswagen employees at the company’s Chattanooga plant had the opportunity to vote in favor of joining the United Auto Workers, they declined. And it wasn’t particularly close, as employees rejected the UAW by a margin of 712-626.CPAC’s Blind Spot
By Frank Gaffney Jr.
What would you call an issue portfolio that is vital to the future of our country, central to conservatism’s past electoral success and compelling to significant parts of the demographics likely to determine the Right’s future competitiveness? If you were the American Conservative Union, sponsor of the recently concluded Conservative Political Action Conference, you would evidently call it taboo.Mitch McConnell to Tea Party candidates: We’re going to crush you everywhere
By Dan Calabrese
Didn’t Mitch McConnell just appear at CPAC and tell the faithful that they wouldn’t be disappointed if they gave the GOP a Senate majority? I don’t know about you but I took that as an attempt, however insincere, to tell conservatives, No, we’re really your allies!