By Jay Sekulow
The left's outrage over the IRS turns to a plea to 'move on'
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
While first lady Michelle Obama stated she was not proud of America until her husband was elected president, I am not proud to be an American because we once again have elected a man of dubious character.
The Marxist fraudster has deflated his own troupe of hard-left illiberal supporters. The reaction has been confusion, rage and sheer frustration that "The One" exhibited a detached, diffident manner during the first presidential debate. Of course, this is because supporters have invented a candidate that does not exist.
Some Illinois Republicans who rode a partisan tea party wave to take five U.S. House seats away from Democrats two years ago are wooing voters with a different approach this election. They are preaching unity and compromise.
"God damn America!" Those three words were replayed ad nauseam in 2008, when video of a fiery sermon delivered by the Rev. Jeremiah Wright threatened to derail Barack Obama's presidential aspirations.
Editor's Note: In this fourth of a five-part series, Middle East and Islam specialist Daniel Pipes focuses on perceptions that Barack Obama is a Muslim, first by those close to him, then by Muslims and finally by the American public.
Editor's Note: In this first of a five-part series, Middle East and Islam specialist Daniel Pipes begins his inquiry into Barack Obama's early Muslim connections by noting the president's autobiographical inaccuracies.
Dinesh D'Souza's sleeper political documentary "2016: Obama's America" was the No. 1, largest-grossing conservative documentary ever in its first week of wide release last week.
Every day brings more good news for Mitt Romney's presidential campaign. As Republicans gather in Tampa, Fla., for their national convention, their standard-bearer is ahead of President Obama in most national polls.
While Vice President Joseph R. Biden's "back in chains" remark in front of a largely black audience on Aug. 14 definitely can be considered race-baiting, based on the Obama administration's reaction, it was more an off-the-cuff embarrassment than part of a calculated effort to rile black Americans and engender fear.
Is there any better way to protest against today's Democratic Party than participating in private enterprise? Only if it involves free exercise of religion, the one thing that they hate more than business.
Brett Di Resta teaches students how to find and spread information that can be used as political ammunition. With a presidential campaign gone bitterly negative before the opponents have even tapped gloves, and a new breed of free-spending Super PACS set to pour millions into opposition research, it's a timely skill set.
Some of Barack Obama's best friends are Jews. He says so himself. (Who knew?) The Poles, not so much.
A new biography that traces Barack Obama's path from birth _ yes, in Hawaii _ to Harvard Law School, sketches the pragmatism and politics of the future president's early choices, including his first connections to Jeremiah Wright, the inflammatory preacher whom Obama severed ties with during the 2008 presidential campaign.
Barack Obama claims he knows more about Judaism than any other president. Despite this boast, Republican challenger Mitt Romney is on track to get the largest proportion of Jewish votes of any Republican since Ronald Reagan.
The economy remains the driving issue in the 2012 presidential campaign, but both sides have in recent days taken detours to deal with distractions and ghosts from the past.
: Although Mr. Wright retired from his church in 2008, he remains as outspoken as ever — during a summer guest sermon at a Washington, D.C., church, he quoted Frederick Douglass on the necessity of speaking truth to power, attacked the tea party, railed against "black politicians who steal money" and seemingly encouraged blacks to be wary lest their children be brainwashed by white teachers.
He told the rabbis, Ha'aretz writes, that he "wondered how come no one asks Speaker of the House of Representatives John Boehner or Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell about their support to Israel."