Here’s the link to the paper I discussed with former Senator Jim Talent today, titled “A Strong and Focused National Security.”
Gary Haugen, founder and president of International Justice Institute joins me today to discuss The Locust Effect: Why the End Of Poverty Requires Yhe End Of Violence.
Here are the 14 Senate races for seats presently held by Democrats but for which Republicans are either favored to win or serious contenders:
1. West Virginia: Rep. Shelley Moore Capito v. no one.
Jay Rockefeller quit after Capito got into the race. She will win, going away.
2. South Dakota: Former Governor Mike Rounds in South Dakota v. no one in South Dakota
This is a mortal lock for the popular Rounds.
3. Arkansas: Rep. Tom Cotton v. the hapless legacy senator Mark Pryor in Ark
Pryor won his seat because his dad held it for years. Now the combat veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq Tom Cotton has a lead and is building it day by day, as shrinking Pryor struggles to erase all his positive endorsements of Obamacare. Most recently he was for repealing the cuts to career military COLAs after he was for them. Continue Reading
The weekly column from Clark Judge:
Charles Krauthammer and Frederick Hayek in Newport Beach
By Clark S. Judge: managing director, White House Writers Group, Inc.; chairman, Pacific Research Institute
The Pacific Research Institute held its annual Baroness Margaret Thatcher Orange County (California) Dinner last week. The site was the Island Hotel in the coastal town of Newport Beach. The honoree was former California gubernatorial candidate Bill Simon. The main speaker was syndicated columnist and Fox News commentator Charles Krauthammer.
A dour man on camera, Krauthammer on stage is as funny as a comedy star, but a comedy star with a bite –- hilariously ferocious. He once wrote speeches for then Vice President Walter Mondale. “People ask, how did I go from writing for Mondale to the conservative I am now?” he said. “Simple. I was young once.” Continue Reading