Rise of the morality-based voter

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- The American people have once again demonstrated that they are the most glorious on earth. The entire world ganged up on them to dump a moral president whose more…

'Moral values' vs. 'the black vote'

by Kevin McCullough -- Before the election, I predicted that President Bush would win roughly 30 states, that Latinos would back the president by about 40 percent or better, and that African more…

Democratic voter delusions

by Michelle Malkin -- Despite apocalyptic claims of systemic voter suppression, upward of 120 million Americans were able to navigate traffic, traverse bad weather, find their polling places, stand in line without more…

Now begins the next campaign

by Joseph Farah -- There's no time for celebrating. There's no time for relaxing. There's no time to lose. Right now, beginning today, starts the next campaign – the one to give more…

America renewed

by Hal Lindsey -- John Kerry conceded defeat after one of the most acrimonious political campaigns in U.S. history. What about Election 2000, you ask? Election 2000 wasn't decided until Nov. 2, more…

Now's no time to compromise

by Benjamin Shapiro -- Finally. After over two years of a seemingly endless campaign, President Bush was re-elected on Tuesday night with a decisive mandate. He braved cruel attacks on his policies more…

Bush should ignore the usual advice

by -NO AUTHOR- -- No matter how Bush won the election – decisively or closely – the advice from pundits is always the same: Go left, young man. They're already at it, more…

4 more years

by Larry Elder -- George W. Bush won. Sen. John Kerry gave a concession speech, but not until 2 p.m. EDT Wednesday did he say, "It is now clear that even when more…

Drowning in a sea of red

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Maybe I should have titled this "Seeing Red" as I watch the morning-after crowd on the big three networks choking back tears and clinging to unfounded notions of more…

The great God divide

by Craige McMillan -- "But in a stark display of what separates the nation's political camps, voters who say they never attend church services sided just as strongly with the Democratic senator more…