The idiocy of political 'problem solving'

by Craige McMillan -- The era of political correctness has made it difficult or impossible to fix our national problems. The reason is we can't call our problems what they really are. more…

In stupidity we trust

by Craige McMillan -- Since our culture has become a secular culture, most of us have focused on Romney's "47 percent" and the impact that holds for our nation. To twist it more…

Of Barry II, austerity and randy generals

by Craige McMillan -- On Jan. 21, 2013, the chief justice of the United States Supreme Court will swear into office Barack Obama, Barry Soetoro, or whomever the current occupant is, for more…

Now exporting American exceptionalism

by Craige McMillan -- I've struggled with this column more then most. Should I offer up a message of hope to battle-weary troops? Should I try to unite? Or should I tell more…

Give voter fraud the purple finger

by Craige McMillan -- In the midst of stories like this one ["More ballots for Romney come up Obama"], I am heartened that more Americans are taking the issue of voter fraud more…

Parents: Stop being nice

by Craige McMillan -- There is an interesting albeit sad story about the election divide within families, a first-person account of which appears in the American Thinker. What's sad is not that more…

Big media's slide into totalitarianism

by Craige McMillan -- Try to imagine a world in which the big-three television networks, their radio news arms and a few big-city newspapers decided what Americans should know about their own more…

The presidential race at soul level

by Craige McMillan -- Sometimes the truth transcends what we see and hear. Uninvited and unseen it stands in front of us, while we focus on the noise and angry words being more…

Why I won't watch the debates

by Craige McMillan -- By Tuesday, the debate hype had already reached frenzied proportions on the television news stations. Television loves politics because everyone must buy ads. The consensus among the incestuous more…

The myth of the close election

by Craige McMillan -- The media have a short – or nonexistent – attention span for many topics. But with the election, not so much. The common wisdom among the Democratic elite more…