A reader calls Obama's philosophy on who to appoint to the Supreme Court "dangerous," writing that the president will pick someone for their "sympathetic understanding of a litigant, not their understanding of the Constitution."
While many on the Right are energized by the level of engagement on display by grassroots libertarians and conservatives in last week's "Tea Party" protests, conservatives should fight the urge to get too excited about this impressive show of force by the Right for one simple reason: It's all happened before. More
The rise of Sen. Barack Obama, to become the Democrats’ presidential nominee has put most of his party’s faithful on his bandwagon — but not Lincoln Davis, a rural Tennessee Congressman with gubernatorial ambitions. More