Conservative radio host forming super PAC to help GOP win Senate majority

Politics | Alex Pappas

‘We’re not Karl Rove’

Cain is a leader

Opinion | Martha Zoller

Why my friend Herman Cain is getting so much buzz.

Team Georgia

Opinion | Martha Zoller

Georgia’s GOP presidential contenders, Newt Gingrich and Herman Cain, have gotten Peach State conservatives excited.

Pop culture at CPAC: Kurt Elling and conservatism

Opinion | Mark Judge

Why doesn’t the conservative movement engage more with pop culture?

New GOP strategy asking for solutions – and getting results

Opinion | Martha Zoller

The first step in taking back Congress is reaching out to concerned Americans, listening closely, taking notes, and taking action. Recent Republican initiatives are doing just that—and how

And these guys want to run our health care system?

Opinion | Martha Zoller

Taking a spin through today’s Medicare system is exemplary of how much worse Obamacare will be

Tiger tame as he returns to the game

op-ed | Martha Zoller

Seems the only real friend a superstar former-philandering golfer has is his lawyer. Wonder what they were talking about on the way to the club house? Golf, I guess. It was evident at the end of the first round of play in Augusta, Tiger was back

Celebrating Tebow’s biggest victory: Life

Opinion | Martha Zoller

A few years ago, there would never have been a question about the Focus on the Family Super Bowl ad featuring Tim Tebow and his mom, Pam. It’s a heartwarming story about a family who had to make a choice. Pam Tebow was doing missionary work in the Philippines, got sick and was advised by her doctor that she might want to abort her baby. They didn’t know if the illness would affect the baby, and with four other children and a husband depending on her, the option was put out there. Pam Tebow chose to have her baby and that baby turned out to be star quarterback for the University of Florida, Tim Tebow. As a dyed-in-the-wool University of Georgia Bulldog, I hate giving anything to the Florida Gators, but this is a great story.

Share the chair: ‘Kennedy’s seat’ becomes the people’s seat

Opinion | Martha Zoller

In that final debate, that was the shot heard round the world. That is the moment the people of Massachusetts and the rest of us around the country sat up and took notice. Massachusetts isn’t a shoe-in for the Democrats. I’m going to go out on a limb and predict State Senator Scott Brown is going to win today. That would be the kind of “hope and change” I would like. It is not just because he’s against the Democrats idea of destroying the health care system in America. He’s a conservative at the right time in Massachusetts.