Why women are easy prey for Democrats

by Jane Chastain -- With President Obama as welcome on the campaign trail as brownies at a meeting of Weight Watchers, and his policies as popular as Bach at a bowling alley, more…

Obama wants a 'mulligan' on Iraq

by Jane Chastain -- In golf, Obama's favorite pastime, the "mulligan" has become SOP in friendly games. A mulligan is a stroke that is replayed (due to bad luck or a blunder) more…

'Blue Bloods' has Christians seeing red

by Jane Chastain -- Like many Christians, I have looked forward to each new episode of the "Blue Bloods" television show. It is in its fifth season and attracts more viewers than more…

If 7-year-olds could vote for president

by Jane Chastain -- On Friday, my 7-year-old granddaughter came home from school with a long face. "Grandmother," she said, "is there any way a kid like me could talk to someone more…

Dumbest voting idea ever

by Jane Chastain -- I received an email from a well-meaning friend urging me to sign a petition on MoveOn.org's website that he felt would encourage more people to vote and improve more…

To war or not to war?

by Jane Chastain -- That is the question for President Obama. No doubt it is every bit as vexing as the one with which Prince Hamlet wrestled in the Shakespeare classic that more…

Beware of Obamanesia!

by Jane Chastain -- After months of presidential promises on an executive amnesty for millions of illegal aliens (i.e. immigration reform), Obama punted. In June, he put us all on notice that more…

Our girly-man president

by Jane Chastain -- Hillary Clinton would like to become the first woman president. Should she succeed, it likely would be a bit anticlimactic. We've already had a girly-man president. More correctly, more…

Why I left the Democratic Party

by Jane Chastain -- Recently, I received an email from a former television colleague. I'll call him Jack (not his real name). Jack lamented the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri, and invited more…

Suddenly, it's 1964 again

by Jane Chastain -- Suddenly, it's 1964 again. Racial tension is in the air. Cries of "injustice" and "police brutality" occupy the headlines. However, the epicenter has moved from Mississippi and Harlem more…