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WILLIAMS: Six tips for the 112th Congress

Tuesday's election results likely will signal a historic shift in Congress. In some ways, the final picture of the makeup of the 112th Congress may remain hazy and unclear for several days afterward. Published October 31, 2010

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WILLIAMS: Ginni Thomas' example of forgiveness

Despite what the secular Left would have you believe, America is a nation of faith. Amazingly enough, that simple point is controversial today, at least among those in the mainstream media. Published October 24, 2010

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WILLIAMS: Obamacare is killing recovery

Contrary to the president's assurance, unfortunately, the health care reform legislation is already causing a substantial increase in medical insurance premiums. Published October 17, 2010

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WILLIAMS: Who rules the 'tea party'?

Who rules the "tea party"? One thing is certain, liberals have no idea who their opponent is, and they and the mainstream media are desperate to find out. Published October 3, 2010

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WILLIAMS: Cash-flow quagmire in America

Are banks and state governments unwittingly colluding to prevent millions of Americans from being able to afford to pay their bills or profitably run their small businesses? Published September 26, 2010

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WILLIAMS: Let's hear it for the ladies in politics!

The results of this summer's primary elections have political pundits declaring 2010 to be the year of the woman. This may be true, but the real story is that this is the year of the conservative woman. Published August 22, 2010

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WILLIAMS: On hope and a prayer

From health care to financial reform to even a new policy with Israel, issue by issue, the Obama administration seems more content in hoping for good things to happen than actually trying to implement good policies. Published August 15, 2010

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WILLIAMS: Who are 'They'?

As if the race baiting by the White House weren't enough, it's now in full-throated class warfare, pitting this faceless rich no one seems to know against the poor, who seem to be on every corner in President Obama's mind. Published August 8, 2010

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WILLIAMS: Just win this darned thing

The White House has had a few laughs recently poking fun at Republican National Committee Chairman Michael S. Steele. Published July 25, 2010

WILLIAMS: The slow, painful decline of the NAACP

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People last week approved a resolution condemning a fringe element of the "tea party" movement for "explicitly racist behavior." It would require a flow chart the likes of which have not been seen since the days of health care reform to explain all of the ways this is wrong. Published July 18, 2010

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WILLIAMS: Happy 234th birthday, America

We tend to equate America with democracy, but we don't often truly understand its historical meaning. We also say that America is a republic, again without much thought as to what that means. So, what do these terms mean? Which are we and does it really matter? Published July 4, 2010