Why Shutting Down The Government Is A Brilliant Move This Time

Opinion | Yates Walker
U.S. Speaker of the House Boehner exits Republican caucus meeting after announcing to the meeting that he will be resigning in Washington

Unlike 1995 and 2014, the GOP has an achievable goal.

Boehner, Ryan and the art of selling out for nothin'

Opinion | Yates Walker
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Why the budget ‘compromise’ shows contempt for the GOP base

The tea party's only move: Stop John Boehner

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In this June 20, 2013 file photo, House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington. Republicans are deeply split over the immigration bill now steaming toward Senate passage, with business allies pulling in one direction and tea party supporters in the other. The divide makes the bill's fate unpredictable in the House and complicates the party's campaign to broaden its appeal among Hispanic voters. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

To stop this immigration bill, all conservatives have to do is convince Boehner that passing it will destroy his career.

Ultimately, Obama to blame for scandals

Opinion | Yates Walker

He laid the groundwork for the scandals that are now dogging his presidency.

How to kill Obamacare without even trying

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Another dumb idea from one of Obamacare’s architects.

Obama couldn't sell a candy bar to a fat kid

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Why did the president’s gun-control effort fail?

Obama the Shameless

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Republicans should shame Democrats into backing entitlement reform.

Curtis Bostic fights for us all

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Congress is no place for Mark Sanford’s redemption.

Obama doesn't have a mandate

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In November, Americans rejected Mitt Romney. They didn’t embrace Barack Obama.

In defense of Christine O'Donnell

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O’Donnell did both the Republican Party and the conservative movement a service in 2010.

Republicans need to get over their seniority fetish

Opinion | Yates Walker

The right’s seniority system is saddling it with weak leaders and poor spokesmen.

Mr. Alinsky goes to Washington (and he's after your guns)

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Two Glock .40 caliber handguns are displayed in Woodbury, Minn., on May 28, 2011. (KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

Why conservatives shouldn’t compromise on gun control.

Time to go on offense

Opinion | Yates Walker

Republicans have been ceding ground to Democrats for decades. Let’s stop doing that.

Has America been fundamentally transformed?

Opinion | Yates Walker

Four years ago, Barack Obama promised that if elected, he would ‘fundamentally transform the United States of America.’

Barack Obama, the weak horse

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Why the late-deciders are choosing Mitt Romney.

Barack Obama and the biggest lie in American history

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Maybe Mitt is a liar, but he’s nothing compared to Obama.

Hey, mainstream media: Thanks!

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By underestimating Romney and going easy on Obama, the MSM set the president up for failure.

Jon Stewart's elitism and Mitt Romney's 'magic'

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On Tuesday night, Stewart derided Romney’s economic proposals as ‘magic.’

Mitt Romney needs Newt Gingrich and he needs him now

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Gingrich knows a thing or two about messaging.

Liberal fantasy meets reality in North Africa

Opinion | Yates Walker

Democracy isn’t inherently good.