The immigration-reform standoff? Obviously, this is about Obama. And here’s how this thing might well play out: When Obama makes his big speech on executive authority, don’t be surprised if he asks Republicans to please do the right thing and pass an immigration-reform bill that would make his reluctantly-invoked executive orders go away

DUPUY: Think Over ‘Under God’


“The founders believed our inalienable rights derive from a power higher than government,” writes Huckabee. “’Under God’ is a reminder that elected officials did not grant us our rights, and have no power to rescind them.”


The American public — or at least a majority of American voters — was real stupid in 2008 and especially in 2012 when it put Obama in charge of the world’s most important country for eight years

QUID HAS HEARD that the first lady Michelle Obama made official what we’ve known for a while now. While handing Downtown Aurora Visual Arts a well-earned award for the after-school program’s continuous effort to make better our community, Obama referred to our own hometown as “Aurora, California.” We wouldn’t dream of arguing with the first […]


The good news is that there is a promising movement to make the school day both longer and better, emphasizing learning in basic academic subjects while preparing students for success in higher education and careers, including the military for those who choose that pat


At the root of it all? We don’t know what in the hell we’re talking about. In study after study, American students fall further and further down the world list of kids who understand math and science.

REAGAN: Riding the wave


Republican Party bosses deserve three cheers and full credit for their mid-term election strategy, their passion and their hard work. Their anti-Obama campaign worked well.


If Ted Cruz stays the course of conservative leadership and McConnell is replaced as Senate Leader, the Republican Party has the chance to achieve great success in pushing through policies that will actually create an environment in which businesses can grow and individuals can succeed