1. John LeBoutillier: It's Going to be a Long Six Months
2. Doug Johnson: Obama and Gay Marriage: Evolution or Flip-Flop?
3. Tony Katz: Tea Party Speaks, Lugar Out in Indiana
It's Going to be a Long Six Months
Now that Mitt Romney is the certain GOP nominee - and now that the President has officially kicked off his campaign in a poorly-advanced event in Columbus, Ohio on Saturday - we can assess the state of the race six months away from the crucial November 6th presidential election. [Here's John's analysis...]
Obama and Gay Marriage: Evolution or Flip-Flop?
By Doug Johnson
President Obama does nothing without a political motive. This isn’t about his beliefs as much as it is about winning. He knows that America is predominately conservative and overall opposes gay marriage. Thirty-one states have passed amendments on marriage. That’s why he said he was against gay marriage in 2008. His change in position now has little or nothing to do with what he truly believes. Rather, it has to do with winning the election. [more...]
Tea Party Speaks, Lugar Out in Indiana
By Tony Katz
Proving wrong the leaders of the Progressive movement and the MSM, the Tea Party has rocked the political establishment by driving Republican Richard Mourdock to a primary victory in Indiana over 36 year incumbent Richard Lugar. Lugar, the 80 year-old, six-term Senator, conceded to Mourdock early into the vote counting. Mourdock took 61% of the vote to Lugar’s 39%. In his concession, Lugar stated his hopes that Mourdock will win in November. However, a statement released by his campaign had a stinging rebuke of both Mourdock, and, by extension, the Tea Party. [more...]