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The Democratic Party and Karl Marx
By Jack Kerwick
February 14, 2014 

Busted! Conyers Meets with Marxists -- How Democrat Politics Really Works
By Trevor Loudon
October 14, 2010

Democratic Party: Profile
By Lowell Ponte
2005

The Shadow Party
By David Horowitz and Richard Poe

The Future of the Obama Coalition
By Thomas Edsall
November 27, 2011

Drenched In Blood of Slavery
By Roger Hedgecock
June 21, 2009

How Many Socialists Sit in Congress Today?
By World Net Daily
August 15, 2010

The Democratic Party’s Plan for Attaining the Leftist Agenda: Ignore the Will of the People
By Ronald Radosh
November 23, 2010

Let's Play "Spot the Democrat"
By Ann Coulter
August 12, 2010

Transformation
By Andy McCarthy
February 27, 2010

The Savaging of Paul Ryan
By Vasko Kohlmayer
February 10, 2010

So Much Wasted Green for Climate Change Talks
By Debra J. Saunders
January 31, 2010

The Democrats' Political Death Wish
By Hugh Hewitt
January 29, 2010

Can't We at Least Get a Toaster?
By Ann Coulter
January 28, 2010

Dems Fall as Fast as Nixon Republicans in 1974
By Michael Barone
January 28, 2010

The Real Loser In the Massachusetts Election
By Phyllis Schlafly
January 26, 2010

The Fall of the House of Kennedy
By Daniel Henninger
January 21, 2009

The Lost Liberals
By Emmett Tyrrell
January 21, 2010

Massachusetts to Obama: 'No, You Can't!'
By Larry Elder
January 21, 2010

Advice to Obama: 'Read the Writing On the Wall'
By Jim Brown and Jody Brown
January 21, 2010

That Old Obama Magic Is Back
By Ann Coulter
January 20, 2010

The Dems' Massachusetts Meltdown
By Michelle Malkin
January 20, 2010

What Republicans Lack
By Thomas Sowell
January 20, 2010

Brown and the Revolt against Arrogance
By Bill Murchison
January 20, 2010

The Idea IS the Problem
By David Harsanyi
January 20, 2010

The Message from Massachusetts
By Michael Tanner
January 20, 2010

Today, Brown Is Golden
By Michael Reagan
January 20, 2010

I've Had Choices
By Mike Adams
January 19, 2010

Dems' Lock on Senate Is Mixed Blessing for Obama
By Michael Barone
January 18, 2010

The Myth that Keeps On Giving
By Arnold Ahlert
January 15, 2010

White House Makes Effort to Hold Key Governors' Mansions
By Sean J. Miller
January 10, 2010

Understanding the Democrats' Scheme
By John F. Gaski
January 9, 2010

GOP Cannot Coast Into 2010 Elections
By Christopher G. Adamo
January 8, 2010

Obama and the Vampire Congress
By Michelle Malkin
January 7, 2010

Democrats Ensure America Will No Longer Be the Last, Best Hope of Earth
By Dennis Prager
December 22, 2009

Welcome to the Democratic Party's Civil War
By Michelle Malkin
December 18, 2009

"Prediction: Pain" for Democrats in 2010
By Jillian Bandes
December 18, 2009

Amid Rumbling Discontent, Dems Head for the Exits
By Michael Barone
December 17, 2009

Harry Reid and Slavery
By Joseph C. Phillips
December 14, 2009

Democrats Censor Climate Skeptics in Congress
By Jillian Bandes
December 3, 2009

Dems' Kamikaze Mission: Health Care by New Year's
By Byron York
November 30, 2009

Democrats Created the "Wedge" that May Defeat Them
By Carol Platt Liebau
November 30, 2009

Have Democrats Been Marginalized within Their Own Party?
By Frank Salvato
November 22, 2009

Dems' Slick Fix: $210 Billion of Fiscal Restraint
By Byron York
November 16, 2009

A Risky Proposition for Democrats
By William Kristol
November 13, 2009

Democrats May Regret 'Pass Anything' Strategy
By Mona Charen
November 13, 2009

The Myth of the Moderate Democrat
By Dick Morris and Eileen McGann
November 10, 2009

The Death of Deliberative Democracy
By Michelle Malkin
November 6, 2009

White House Postelection Arrogance
By David Limbaugh
November 6, 2009

Trouble Ahead for Dems
By David Broder
November 5, 2009

Election 2009: Change I Can Believe In!
By Ann Coulter
November 4, 2009

Dem Deficit Duplicity
By David Limbaugh
November 3, 2009

Mainstream Media Ignores Ethics Probes
By James Hirsen
November 3, 2009

Dem Reps Under Ethics Investigation
By James Hirsen
November 3, 2009

Dems Worth Hearing
By Cal Thomas
October 29, 2009

'Trigger'-happy Dems May Cloak Public Option
By Jim Brown
October 26, 2009

Justice Department Says Blacks in N.C. Town Can’t Get Elected without Democratic Party Label
By Adam Brickley
October 21, 2009

Justice Dept: Blacks MUST Have Democrat Label to Know How to Vote
By Bobby Eberle
October 20, 2009

The Democrats’ Coming Defeat
By Mona Charen
October 16, 2009

Dems' Healthcare Ideas 'All Increase the Deficit'
By Chad Groening
October 16, 2009

Swing State Senators Face Health Care Reform Threat -- Losing Next Election
By Matt Towery
October 16, 2009

Forget the People - Ram Healthcare Bill Through
By Jim Brown
October 13, 2009

A Tidal Wave Is Brewing
By Henry Lamb
October 12, 2009

Good News for Terrorists: Dem Revisions to the Patriot Act
By Dick Morris & Eileen Mc Gann
October 6, 2009

Amid Terror Threat, Dems Chip Away at Patriot Act
By Byron York
October 5, 2009

Rebrand Democrats as the Black Party
By Steve Sailer
October 4, 2009

Big 'D' Democrats Thwart Small 'd' Democracy
By David Limbaugh
October 2, 2009

Democrats View Illegals as 'Pawns' for Socialist Agenda
By Jim Brown
October 2, 2009

You Lie vs You Die... Where's the Real Apology?
By Bobby Eberle
October 1, 2009

The Letter Joe Wilson Should Write
By Larry Elder
September 24, 2009

Pelosi, Dems Ignoring Public Sentiment on Healthcare
By Jim Brown
September 24, 2009

End the Coarsening of Civic Discourse
By Tony Blankley
September 23, 2009

Job-Killing Policies Could Doom Democrat Hopes
By Michael Barone
September 17, 2009

All the President's Race Baiters
By Bobby Eberle
September 16, 2009

Joe Wilson: The Dems' Rude Herring
By Roger Simon
September 16, 2009

Memo to Dems: Spare Us the Phony Wilson Outrage
By David Limbaugh
September 15, 2009

Slip-siding Toward Nasty Sept.
By Wesley Pruden
September 4, 2009

The Top 7 Most Embarrassing Town Hall Moments for Democrats
By John Hawkins
September 1, 2009

Cruel September
By Jed Babbin
August 31, 2009

National Suicide
By Cal Thomas
August 25, 2009

Obama, Dems Prepare to Move against American People on Health Care
By Bobby Eberle
August 20, 2009

GOP Should Shut Down Senate if Dems Use Procedural Tactic to Ram Through Health-Care Bill, Says Conservative Leader
By Pete Winn
August 20, 2009

Democrats Mislead, Republicans Fail to Lead
By Frank Turek
August 20, 2009

Rage Understandable, but What Comes Next?
By Kevin Ferris
August 19, 2009

The Death of Racism: Four Ways the Word Is Being Worked to Death
By John Hawkins
August 18, 2009

The One Lesson Democrats Never Learn
By Wynton Hall
August 17, 2009

Manufactured Healthcare Crisis
By James Simpson
August 16, 2009

The Other ‘Hispanic’ Nominee
By Larry Elder
August 13, 2009

Now the Left Plays the Race Card for Obama
By Noemie Emery
August 12, 2009

Elderly Swing against Obama Plan
By Dick Morris & Eileen Mc Gann
August 12, 2009

The Rubes of Engagement
By David Harsanyi
August 12, 2009

Obamacare Meltdown
By Rep. Tom Price
August 12, 2009

Politics of Hope: Call Citizens Nazis
By Peter Heck
August 10, 2009

Democrats' Fear Is Showing On Health Care
By Jonah Goldberg
August 7, 2009

Obama Birth Certificate Spotted In Bogus Moon Landing Footage
By Ann Coulter
August 6, 2009

New Rules for Radicals
By David Harsanyi
August 6, 2009

President Obama’s Fishing Expedition
By Janice Shaw Crouse
August 6, 2009

They Think You Are Stupid: Why Resistance to Obamacare Is Growing Despite Intimidation and Slander
By Hugh Hewitt
August 6, 2009

Town Hall Twilight Zone
By Connie Hair
August 6, 2009

The Islamist Lobby In the House
By Jamie Glazov
August 4, 2009

Liberals Paint Health-Reform Protesters as Dangerous Nuts
By Susan Jones
August 4, 2009

Democrats Laud Medicare As a Good Model for Universal Health Care, Though It Is Replete with Waste, Inefficiency, and Debt
By John Perazzo
August 2, 2009

Sotomayor's Ties to La Raza
By Tom Tancredo
July 31, 2009

Blue Dog Dems Report Card
By Michelle Oddis
July 29, 2009

Carter & Co. Kick House Censors
By Connie Hair
July 28, 2009

To Vote or Not to Vote? That Is the Question on Dem Health Reform
By Jillian Bandes
July 24, 2009

Dems Still Trying to Resurrect Dead Assassination Plan
By Jack Kelly
July 22, 2009

Calling All Blue Dogs
By David Limbaugh
July 17, 2009

Big Dem Cash Dump on Eve of Climate Vote
By Glenn Thrush
July 17, 2009

Dems to GOP Nominee: Will the Defendant Please Rise?
By Ann Coulter
July 15, 2009

A Scandal about Nothing
By Jacob Laksin
July 15, 2009

The Democrats' War on our Spies
By Jed Babbin
July 13, 2009

House Democrats Will Seek Massive $540 Billion Tax Increase—Announcement Came Late Friday Afternoon
By Terence P. Jeffrey
July 11, 2009

The Bankrupt Party Of Porkulus
By Michelle Malkin
July 10, 2009

Demonizing Panetta’s CIA
By Ben Johnson
July 10, 2009

Democrats' Health Care "Reform": The Next Job Killer
By John Kline
July 10, 2009

Welcome to Democracy, Democrat Style
By Meredith Turney
July 9, 2009

A Congress Full of Michael Jackson Wannabes
By Ben Shapiro
July 8, 2009

Welcome to the 'You Can't Stop Us Now' Era
By Bobby Eberle
July 1, 2009

End the War on Reading
By Jamie Weinstein
July 1, 2009

Democrats and Media Inflate 46 Million Uninsured (Including Foreigners) to 'Almost 50 Million'
By Penny Starr
June 30, 2009

From the Battlefield to the Courtroom
By David Limbaugh
June 12, 2009

Cold Cash, Hot Democratic Mess
By Michelle Malkin
June 10, 2009

The Party of Yes: 6 Ways Democrats Are Hurting America
By John Hawkins
June 9, 2009

Some Compelling Stories Are 'Better' than Others
By Paul Fuller
June 2, 2009

When the Dems Derailed a Latino Nominee
By Byron York
June 1, 2009

Trickle-down Corruption
By Jonah Goldberg
May 6, 2009

"Torture" Methods the CIA Should Have Used
By Scott Wheeler
May 2, 2009

'Hate Crimes' Bill Likely to Pass House, Thanks to Dems
By Chad Groening
April 29, 2009

Dr. Obama, Can I Take My Medicine Now?
By Bobby Eberle
April 27, 2009

Democrats Supported CIA's 'Enhanced Interrogation' Techniques, Says House GOP Leader
By Penny Starr
April 24, 2009

JFK Democrats No More
By Jeff Jacoby
April 20, 2009

Congressional Democrats' War on Science
By Robert Maranto
April 14, 2009

Blue Dogs or Lapdogs?
By Andrew Cline
April 9, 2009

Dems Manipulating Senate Rules against Republicans
By Jillian Bandes
April 1, 2009

House Democrats Introduce Cap-and-Trade, ‘Clean Energy’ Bill
By Susan Jones
March 31, 2009

Obama Signs Landmark U.S. Conservation Bill
By Reuters
March 30, 2009

Congress Poised to Add 2 Million Acres to Off-Limits Federal ‘Wilderness’ Lands
By Edwin Mora
March 26, 2009

Gordon Gekko Is a Democrat
By Ann Coulter
March 25, 2009

2 Mllion Acres Up for 'Wilderness' Designation
By Traci Watson
March 24, 2009

The Great Betrayal
By David Horowitz
March 19, 2009

Deception, Lies, and Fake Democrat 'Outrage'
By Bobby Eberle
March 19, 2009

The Democratic Divide
By Richard Colvin
March 16, 2009

Democrats Wanted Bush to Fail
By Larry Elder
March 12, 2009

Stimulus Loophole Gives 300,000 Jobs to Illegals
By David A. Patten
March 9, 2009

A Phony State
By Marion Edwyn Harrison, Esq.
March 9, 2009

Hope In All the Wrong Places
By Rep. John Boehner
March 7, 2009

The Power of Sixty
By Sen. John Cornyn
March 6, 2009

Democrats Issue Call for Slogans for Anti-Limbaugh Billboard in Rush’s ‘Backyard’
By Pete Winn
March 5, 2009

The Politics of Fear
By Jonah Goldberg
February 27, 2009

No Enemy in the Terror War?
By Frontpagemag.com
February 20, 2009

Toothless Blue Dogs Roll Over on Stimulus Bill
By Donald Lambro
February 20, 2009

Dems Are Stacking the Deck
By Rep. Jason Chaffetz
February 19, 2009

Dems Thank Teachers Unions with 'Stimulus' Money
By Pete Chagnon
February 18, 2009

Six Reasons Deficits Will Doom the Dems In 2010
By John Hawkins
February 17, 2009

Are Dems Dumb or Wise? I Pick Clever
By Dave Weinbaum
February 13, 2009

Wall Street Wizards No More
By Emmett Tyrrell
February 12, 2009

Overstimulation
By Jon N. Hall
February 11, 2009

Love that Economic Pain!
By Dr. Mark W. Hendrickson
February 9, 2009

Dems Blast 'Corporate Excess' While Soaking Taxpayers for Luxury Retreat
By Bobby Eberle
February 6, 2009

Republicans as Democrats, Part II
By Thomas Sowell
February 4, 2009

Dems Are Hypocrites When it Comes to Paying Taxes
By Jonah Goldberg
February 4, 2009

Republicans as Democrats
By Thomas Sowell
February 3, 2009

When Crimes Become Mistakes
By Michael Reagan
February 3, 2009

Unclogging the Liberal $ Pipeline
By Michael Reagan
January 28, 2009

The Biggest Con -- Ever
By David Harsanyi
January 28, 2009

Democrats Edit: Take Limbaugh's 'Want Obama to Fail' Comment Out of Context
By Susan Jones
January 28, 2009

Democrats Launch Petition against Rush Limbaugh
By Melanie Hunter-Omar
January 27, 2009

The Democrats and Israel By Daniel Pipes
January 20, 2009

Endangering American Democracy to Go After Bush
By John Hawkins
January 20, 2009

Schumer, Durbin and Barney Frank See No Problem with Treasury Nominee's Tax Problems
By Nicholas Ballasy & Matthew Hadro
January 19, 2009

A Government of the Goofs, by the Goofs, for the Goofs
By Michelle Malkin
January 16, 2009

A Truncated Presidential Honeymoon?
By Tony Blankley
January 14, 2009

Disloyal Opposition: The Democrats, the Anti-American Left and the War in Iraq
By Frontpagemag.com
January 9, 2009

Dems Melt in the Heat of Burris Fiasco
By Jonah Goldberg
January 9, 2009

Hoist on Their Own Petard
By Linda Chavez
January 9, 2009

Dems to Push ‘Green’ Policy with Stimulus Spending, GOP Says
By Josiah Ryan
January 9, 2009

Send in the Clown
By Kathy Shaidle
January 9, 2009

Franken's Funny Business
By Dick Morris & Eileen Mc Gann
January 8, 2009

House Democrats Pass New Rules to Curb Republican Influence
By Susan Jones
January 7, 2009

New Dem Rules Write off GOP
By Amanda Carpenter
January 6, 2009

The Dirty Joke from Minnesota
By Wesley Pruden
January 6, 2009

Coleman Promises Long Legal Battle
By Amanda Carpenter
January 5, 2009

Obama the Magic Negro-gate
By Larry Elder
January 1, 2009

One Plus One Equals 20 Extra Votes for Franken
By Ann Coulter
December 18, 2008

Franken's Electoral Frankenstein
By Paul M. Weyrich
December 18, 2008

Union Power, Political Potholes
By Gary Andres
December 18, 2008

The Taint of Scandal Envelops Democrats
By Donald Lambro
December 17, 2008

A Little Blago for Everyone
By Jonah Goldberg
December 12, 2008

The Heart of Blago
By Rich Lowry
December 12, 2008

Minnesota Ballots: Land of 10,000 Fakes
By Ann Coulter
December 10, 2008

The Democratic Culture Of Corruption
By Michelle Malkin
December 10, 2008

The Cleanest State Meets the Pushiest Person
By Ann Coulter
December 4, 2008

60 or Not, Dems Have Edge They Need
By Carl P. Leubsdorf
December 4, 2008

Secret-Ballot Hypocrisies: Dems Believe in One Man, One Vote, One Time
By John H. Fund
November 24, 2008

Don't Bail Out the UAW
By Jed Babbin
November 24, 2008

More Evasions from the Left on the War
By David Horowitz and Ben Johnson
November 21, 2008

House Dems Enjoy Secret Ballot Rights; Workers Should Too, Republicans Say
By Susan Jones
November 20, 2008

A Brave New America
By Dr. Mark W. Hendrickson
November 18, 2008

The Soros Connection in the Minnesota Senate Race Vote Count
By Ed Lasky
November 17, 2008

How the Party of Defeat Lost Fallujah
By Ben Johnson
November 17, 2008

The Same Old Change
By Victor Davis Hanson
November 13, 2008

Is This the End of America?
By Joseph Farah
November 12, 2008

Word of Warning to the Dems: Do Not Overreach
By Donald Lambro
November 8, 2008

Triumph of Temperament, Not Policy
By Michael Barone
November 8, 2008

The Betrayal in Iraq
By David Horowitz and Ben Johnson
November 7, 2008

Sorry, but Obama Scares Me
By David Limbaugh
November 4, 2008

Schumer Vows Big Changes on 'Issue After Issue' in Next Senate
By Josiah Ryan
November 3, 2008

The Futility of Class Warfare
By Bradley R. Schiller
October 29, 2008

Dems Consider Taxing 401(k)s
By Michael P. Tremoglie
October 28, 2008

Dem Playbook Shows Dirty Tactics
By Amanda Carpenter
October 27, 2008

Democrats Sink to New Low in Ohio Legislative Race
By Bobby Eberle
October 27, 2008

Iraq War Vet’s Service Attacked in Ohio Campaign
By Joel Mowbray
October 27, 2008

Not so NICE
By David Gratzer
October 27, 2008

Fannie, Freddie Mess Belongs at Dems' Doorstep
By Mark Hillman
October 27, 2008

Democrats' Phony Plans
By Mike Gallagher
October 24, 2008

Biden's Brain Scan
By Bob Tyrrell
October 23, 2008

"That Blankety-Blank-Blank!"
By Tom Purcell
October 22, 2008

Did Critics of the War Go Too Far?
By David Horowitz and Ben Johnson
October 21, 2008

Dems Get Set to Muzzle the Right?
By Brian C. Anderson
October 21, 2008

Why the Left Hates (and Fears) Joe the Plumber
By Carol Platt Liebau
October 20, 2008

The Party of God?
By Frank Turek
October 20, 2008

Here They Come
By Matthew Continetti
October 18, 2008

A Liberal Supermajority
By The Wall Street Journal
October 17, 2008

The GOP Senate Firewall: The Last Line of Defense against Unfettered Liberalism
By Cesar Conda
October 17, 2008

Democrats Behind CRA Cover-Up
By Ernest Istook
October 15, 2008

Is This the End of Conservatism?
By Mona Charen
October 15, 2008

Democrats Claiming Racism In Election
By Michael P. Tremoglie
October 14, 2008

How ACORN & Its Dem Allies Built the Mortgage Disaster
By Stanley Kurtz
October 13, 2008

Fannie, Freddie, and the Left
By John Perazzo
October 13, 2008

Dems Go All In
By David M. Drucker
October 13, 2008

The Diversity Party
By Lee Culpepper
October 9, 2008

McGovern Criticizes Dems on Big Labor
By Amanda Carpenter
October 7, 2008

Collapse, in Review
By Stephen Spruiell
October 3, 2008

Penny-Wise Politics
By Thomas Sowell
October 1, 2008

Accountability
By Jonah Goldberg
October 1, 2008

ACORN, Obama, and the Mortgage Mess
By Mona Charen
September 30, 2008

Googling the GSEs
By Mark Hemingway
September 30, 2008

Democratic Coverup for Fannie and Freddie Led to 2008 Meltdown
By Ross Kaminsky
September 30, 2008

Robert Farley and the Party of Defeat
By Donald Douglas
September 29, 2008

The American Prospect vs. Party of Defeat
By Frontpagemag.com
September 26, 2008

Liberalism Is an Addiction
By Burt Prelutsky
September 26, 2008

The Drilling Bill that Bans Drilling
By Jeff Jacoby
September 22, 2008

If He Wins
By Jim Geraghty
September 22, 2008

How the Democrats Created the Financial Crisis: Kevin Hassett
By Kevin Hassett
September 22, 2008

Who Lied When People Died? Part III
By Frontpagemag.com
September 19, 2008

Pinning the Tail on the Donkey
By Michael Reagan
September 19, 2008

It's Gettin' Ugly Out There
By Mike Gallagher
September 19, 2008

Scapegoating Tax Cuts
By David Limbaugh
September 19, 2008

No We Can’t
By Bruce Thornton
September 18, 2008

Congrats, Dems, the Smears and Sneers Are Working — in Palin's Favor
By Jeff Jacoby
September 18, 2008

Offshore Sham
By Bob Tyrrell with Alan B. Somers
September 18, 2008

Democratic Leaders to American Commuters: Ride a Bike
By Terence Jeffrey
September 18, 2008

How the 1960s Left Never Died
By Jeffrey Herf
September 18, 2008

GOP Senators Vow to Fight House Democrats’ New Ban on Offshore Drilling
By Josiah Ryan
September 18, 2008

Obama: Lucifer Is My Homeboy
By Ann Coulter
September 17, 2008

House Passes Backroom Energy Bill (Update)
By Elisabeth Meinecke
September 16, 2008

The Real Culprits In This Meltdown
By Investor's Business Daily
September 15, 2008

Who Lied When People Died? Part II
By Frontpagemag.com
September 8, 2008

Who Lied When People Died? Part I
By Frontpagemag.com
September 5, 2008

In TV Interview, Iranian U.S. Expert Praises Obama and Democrats, Describes McCain as 'Absentminded' and Palin as 'Inexperienced'
By MEMRI
September 4, 2008

Democrats Display Destructive Delight
By Jeff Crouere
September 2, 2008

Drilling Rebels Keep Fighting During Republican Convention
By Connie Hair
September 2, 2008

Beyond the Palin
By Jacob Laksin
September 1, 2008

Unhinged
By Mike Gallagher
September 1, 2008

Debunking Democrats on Drilling
By Steven Milloy
August 29, 2008

Another Night, Another Round of Cheers for the Democrats
By Media Research Center
August 29, 2008

Cheated Out of Real Change
By Rich Tucker
August 29, 2008

The Democrats' America vs. The Real Thing
By Irwin M. Stelzer
August 29, 2008

A Gathering of Clowns, Acrobats, and Con Men
By Michael Reagan
August 28, 2008

Losing Faith Voters
By Cal Thomas
August 28, 2008

Sharp, Well-Delivered, and Yet No Help At All
By Jim Geraghty
August 28, 2008

Misfortunes of War
By Noemie Emery
August 27, 2008

Party Unity My, er, Eye
By David Limbaugh
August 26, 2008

The 'Compassion' of 'Hope' and 'Change'
By Kathy Shaidle
August 26, 2008

Running Dry on Gas Price Fix
By Ben Lieberman
August 26, 2008

Time to Shoot His Goose?
By A.W.R. Hawkins
August 26, 2008

Themes for the Barackathon
By Jed Babbin
August 25, 2008

Old Whine in a Democratic Bottle
By Laura Ingraham
August 25, 2008

Does Barack Obama Have the Nomination Locked Up?
By Caspar Weinberger Jr.
August 22, 2008

Top Dems Should Apologize for Misjudging the Surge
By Deroy Murdock
August 22, 2008

Democratic Platform's Hidden Soros Slush Fund
By Michelle Malkin
August 20, 2008

Shifting American Sentiments
By Wynton Hall
August 18, 2008

Dems Will Never Abort Pro-choice Mission
By Kathryn Jean Lopez
August 16, 2008

Obama Republicans and Reagan Democrats
By Michelle Oddis
August 15, 2008

Ellen to Wed Portia; What about DOMA?
By Kristen Fyfe
August 15, 2008

'Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Debate?'
By Rowan Scarborough
August 14, 2008

Democratic Platform Calls for Homosexuals in the Military
By Terence P. Jeffrey
August 13, 2008

Defense of Marriage Act ‘Won’t Count’, Says Democratic Senator from Iowa
By Josiah Ryan
August 13, 2008

Whose ‘Special Interests’?
By Thomas Sowell
August 13, 2008

Democrats ‘Still Don’t Get It’ on Guns
By Susan Jones
August 13, 2008

The 'Making Abortion Rare' Hoax
By David Limbaugh
August 12, 2008

Dems' New National Platform Opposes Defense of Marriage Act
By Josiah Ryan
August 12, 2008

Dem Playbook: How to Paint Yourself into a Corner
By Dave Weinbaum
August 12, 2008

GOP Revolt
By Robert M. Duncan
August 9, 2008

The Democrat Plan for Losing
By Charles Krauthammer
August 8, 2008

Fight or Die
By Michael Reagan
August 7, 2008

Democrat "Energy Policies" - I OBJECT
By Scott Bensing
August 7, 2008

Fantasy Land: Democrats' 'Solutions' to Our Energy Crisis
By Sen. John Ensign
August 4, 2008

The Tools of Free Men
By A.W.R. Hawkins
July 31, 2008

Dems Like $10 per Gallon Gasoline
By Jed Babbin
July 31, 2008

Dems Over a Domestic Barrel
By David Freddoso
July 30, 2008

Democrats Want to Stop Immigration-Enforcement Raids
By Allison Aldrich
July 30, 2008

The Homes of the Setting Sun
By Dave Weinbaum
July 29, 2008

A Look Back: What Democrats Were Saying about the Surge
By John Hawkins
July 25, 2008

Media's Campaign Donations Tilt 100-to-1 in Favor of Democrats
By Media Research Center
July 25, 2008

Democrat Evades Offshore Drilling Question
By Josiah Ryan
July 22, 2008

Dems Have Prevented Drilling While Chasing Phantoms
By Jack Kelly
July 21, 2008

The Real Party of Special Interests
By Michael Reagan
July 18, 2008

Energy Woes Could Mean Dems 'Oil' Washed Up
By Donald Lambro
July 18, 2008

Obama, the Democrats, and the Surge
By Peter Wehner
July 18, 2008

K Street Traffic Runs Both Ways
By Jonah Goldberg
July 18, 2008

Memo to the Bush Administration: If Drilling Is That Important, Act That Way
By Hugh Hewitt
July 17, 2008

Dems’ Doublethink on Drilling
By David Freddoso
July 17, 2008

Congressional Opposition to Drilling Blamed for Higher Gas Prices
By Josiah Ryan
July 17, 2008

Republicans Scoff at Dems' Attempt to Appear 'Pro-Drilling'
By Andrew Taylor
July 17, 2008

The Party of Defeat
By Richard Baehr
July 17, 2008

Lower Gas Taxes Won’t Equal Lower Prices, Democrat Says
By Josiah Ryan
July 16, 2008

Democrats ‘Standing in the Way’ of Domestic Oil Production
By Susan Jones
July 15, 2008

Bitter Pills
By Victor Davis Hanson
July 15, 2008

Dems, the Military, and McCain
By Jeff Jacoby
July 14, 2008

Rush, Sean: We Need Your Help to Bring Down Gas Prices
By Tim Walberg
July 14, 2008

The Colorado Model
By Fred Barnes
July 12, 2008

Senate Dems Want to Keep Federal Gas Tax
By Josiah Ryan
July 11, 2008

An Ally Betrayed
By Jacob Laksin
July 10, 2008

Another Dem Strikes Out on Energy
By John Andrews
July 9, 2008

Democrats Chose to Ignore Rising Gas Costs
By Michele Bachmann
July 8, 2008

Sept. 10th Democrats
By Rep. Peter Hoekstra
July 3, 2008

The War and the House Divided
By Andrew C. McCarthy
July 2, 2008

Democrats' Dilemma in Iraq
By William Rusher
June 27, 2008

Republicans Assail Democrats on High Oil Prices
By Matt Purple
June 26, 2008

Dems Oppose GOP Call for Increased Domestic Drilling
By Andrew Tashjian and Keriann Hopkins
June 26, 2008

You Can't Fuel All of the People All of the Time
By Ann Coulter
June 25, 2008

Looking Out for the Little - Jihad - Guy
By Lee Culpepper
June 23, 2008

Running on Empty
By Fred Barnes
June 23, 2008

The Party of Defeat, and Self-Defeat
By David Horowitz
June 20, 2008

Dems Challenge Bush on Executive Ban on Offshore Drilling
By Josiah Ryan and Fred Lucas
June 20, 2008

The Dipstick Tipping Point
By Debra J. Saunders
June 19, 2008

Obama and the Don't Drill Democrats to America: Don't Drive. Just Shut Up and Sweat in Your Dark House.
By Hugh Hewitt
June 19, 2008

McCain Scores with Offshore Drilling Proposal
By Dick Morris and Eileen McGann
June 19, 2008

Top 10 Reasons to Blame Democrats for Soaring Gasoline Prices
By William Tate
June 18, 2008

Why I'm Voting Democrat
By Ben Shapiro
June 18, 2008

The Imperative of Developing Natural Resources
By Paul Weyrich
June 17, 2008

Dems Pay Scant Attention to Successes in Iraq
By Debra J. Saunders
June 16, 2008

Dems Depriving Americans of Offshore Oil, Say GOP Lawmakers
By Josiah Ryan
June 13, 2008

Make the Election about Iraq
By Charles Krauthammer
June 13, 2008

FARC Loses a Booster?
By NRO Editors
June 13, 2008

The Party of Defeat's Top Five Lies about Iraq
By Ben Johnson
June 10, 2008

Democrats Are Party of Defeat
By Phil Brennan
June 10, 2008

Fuelish Democrats
By Fred Barnes
June 7, 2008

The Dilemma
By Ken Blackwell
June 5, 2008

The Road to Hell Is Paved with Democrats
By Richard H. Collins
June 4, 2008

Obama Was Selected, Not Elected
By Ann Coulter
June 4, 2008

Party of Defeat
By David Horowitz
June 4, 2008

Rules Game
By Josiah Lee Auspitz
May 30, 2008

How Do You Spell F-R-A-U-D?
By Cal Thomas
May 29, 2008

The Power of the Race Card
By Jon Sanders
May 29, 2008

George Barack Dukakis
By Ken Blackwell
May 29, 2008

Florida in Reverse
By Rich Lowry
May 28, 2008

Avoiding a Political Meltdown
By Roger Simon
May 28, 2008

Specter Demands Sanity Check on Obama's Hypocrisy
By Peter J. Wirs
May 28, 2008

No Protests Say Obama Supporters
By Amanda Carpenter
May 28, 2008

Change that Matters
By Matthew Continetti
May 24, 2008

'Trouble at the Border? I Had No Idea!'
By Bobby Eberle
May 23, 2008

Democrats Unaware of US Warning about Border Violence
By Penny Starr
May 22, 2008

If We Could Talk to the Animals
By Ann Coulter
May 21, 2008

Your Energy Future Under the Democrats
By Larrey Anderson
May 20, 2008

Will the Democratic Race End on Tomorrow?
By Michael Barone
May 20, 2008

Left-Wing Racism Remembered
By Floyd and Mary Beth Brown
May 19, 2008

Campaign 2008: Kinder and Gentler?
By Pat Sajak
May 19, 2008

The Prize Hillary Isn't Owed
By George Will
May 19, 2008

It's the Sexism, Stupid
By Bill O'Reilly
May 19, 2008

Ninny Pity Party
By Mark Steyn
May 17, 2008

Campaigning on Ignorance
By Bob Tyrrell
May 15, 2008

Unfriendly Fire from the Left
By Malcolm A. Kline
May 15, 2008

Democrats' Hybrid Pickup Trucks
By Ann Coulter
May 14, 2008

If On the Wrong Track, Why Go Left?
By Dennis Prager
May 13, 2008

Obama and Blue-collar Whites
By Robert Robb
May 9, 2008

Hillary and Obama's Relative Successes
By Michael Barone
May 9, 2008

In Fairness to Hillary
By David Limbaugh
May 9, 2008

Follow the Money Trail to See Why Dem Congress Shields Trial Lawyers
By John Boehner
May 9, 2008

Democratic Denouement Brings High Drama
By Donald Lambro
May 7, 2008

Democratic Party of Elites
By Michael G. Franc
May 7, 2008

Democrat Primaries a Microcosm of Socialist Thinking
By Doug Patton
May 6, 2008

Why the Dems Could Lose
By Cokie and Steve Roberts
May 6, 2008

Democrats’ Platform for Revolution
By John Perazzo
May 5, 2008

Primary Fear
By J. T. Young
May 5, 2008

Problems, Problems...
By Paul Greenberg
May 2, 2008

Hey, Barack: Context Matters
By Gary Bauer
May 2, 2008

Push for Anti-War Language in Dem Platform
By Amanda Carpenter
May 1, 2008

Carter, Hart ... and Obama?
By James Klurfeld
May 1, 2008

Chicago Redux in Denver
By Jed Babbin
April 28, 2008

The Party of Defeat
By Phil Orenstein
April 28, 2008

Income Redistribution, Tax Hikes Top Democratic Agenda
By Donald Lambro
April 24, 2008

Pitifully Biased Media Stung Again by Clinton Win in Pennsylvania
By Matt Towery
April 24, 2008

The Second Coming of McGovern
By Victor Davis Hanson
April 24, 2008

They Really Do Plan to Surrender
By Matthew Continetti
April 15, 2008

Party of Defeat
By David Horowitz and Ben Johnson
April 11, 2008

Dems Move to Stop Border Fence
By Bobby Eberle
April 9, 2008

Smoot-Chavez: Dems Play Politics with Trade. America May End Up Paying the Price
By John H. Fund
April 7, 2008

The Democratic Tribes at War
By Michael Barone
April 7, 2008

Patriotism Paranoia
By Fred Barnes
April 5, 2008

Dems' Tussle Is Right Up Repubs' Alley
By Jonah Goldberg
April 4, 2008

Do We Care What They Think of America?
By Mona Charen
April 4, 2008

The Year That Wasn't
By Victor Davis Hanson
April 3, 2008

Democrats Have Kept Racism Alive
By Nina May
April 2, 2008

Self-Destructive Dems?
By David Limbaugh
April 1, 2008

CAIR-full Democrats
By Jed Babbin
March 31, 2008

Ten Truths About the Election
By Dinesh D'Souza
March 31, 2008

The Party of Death
By David Forsmark
March 27, 2008

They Don't Need No Education
By Paul M. Weyrich
March 27, 2008

Race and Gender Play a Role in Election By Pat Boone
March 24, 2008

Deepening Democratic Dilemma
By Robert D. Novak
March 24, 2008

Running on Empty
By Debra J. Saunders
March 23, 2008

Hilobama Lashing Democratic Party to Railroad Tracks
By Dave Weinbaum
March 21, 2008

Playing the Identity Politics Game
By Mike Gallagher
March 14, 2008

Playing by Obama's Rules
By Patrick J. Buchanan
March 14, 2008

When Liberals Attack…Liberals
By Douglas MacKinnon
March 14, 2008

Monsters and Racists and Sexists, Oh My!
By Kathleen Parker
March 14, 2008

Bonfire of the Dems
By Rich Lowry
March 14, 2008

Adventures in Identity Politics
By Charles Krauthammer
March 14, 2008

The Plain Things Nobody Can Say
By Wesley Pruden
March 14, 2008

The Invisible Elephant in the 'Hood
By Dave Weinbaum
March 14, 2008

A Road Map to Democratic Disaster
By Jonah Goldberg
March 14, 2008

Two Americas
By Clifford D. May
March 13, 2008

We’re Picking on the Wrong Perp
By Michael Reagan
March 13, 2008

The Dems' Problem With Race
By Bob Tyrrell
March 13, 2008

The House Budget's $3,000-per-Household Tax Increase
By Brian Riedl
March 12, 2008

The Left's Patriotism Gap
By Jonah Goldberg
March 12, 2008

The "Don't Protect America" Democrats
By Matthew Continetti
March 10, 2008

Torn Between 2 White Liberal Guilts
By Mark Steyn
March 10, 2008

How Liberals Play Race Politics
By Patrick J. Buchanan
March 7, 2008

Democrat Leadership Must Stop Politicking with America’s National Security
By Trent Franks
March 4, 2008

The Democrat’s PEPFAR Goes Too Far
By Scott Garrett
February 26, 2008

Democrats vs. Trade
By the NRO Editors
February 26, 2008

Hear No Evil
By Matthew Continetti
February 26, 2008

Snatching Defeat Away From Victory
By Charles Krauthammer
February 22, 2008

The Unilateral Disarmament Democrats: Putting Trial Lawyers Ahead of Your Family's Safety
By Newt Gingrich
February 20, 2008

House Dems 'Leave Washington, Leave America Exposed to Attack'
By Susan Jones
February 15, 2008

Foreign Policy a 'Debacle' Under Dems, Bolton Says
By Penny Starr
February 13, 2008

Obama, Hillary, Dems Take FISA Trial Lawyer Cash
By Amanda Carpenter
February 13, 2008

Digging Up Democratic Skeletons
By La Shawn Barber
February 7, 2008

Two California Democrats Oppose Navy Sonar Training
By Josiah Ryan
January 22, 2008

Will Dems Ever Acknowledge Progress in Iraq?
By Morton Kondracke
January 22, 2008

The Late Education of Bonnie and Clod
By Wesley Pruden
January 22, 2008

Wrong on Race
By Jamie Glazov
January 14, 2008

They Can't Handle the Truth
By Fred Barnes
January 6, 2008

Bhutto Dead, Democrats Clueless
By Robert Spencer
January 3, 2008

The Party of Contradiction
By Vasko Kohlmayer
January 2, 2008

Democracy Alliance: Billionaires for Big Government
By Matthew Vadum and James Dellinger
January 2008

Democrats' 2007 Report Card
By Jennifer Rubin
December 21, 2007

The Specter of Victory
By Paul Greenberg
December 17, 2007

A Taxing Time for Dems
By Michael Barone
December 17, 2007

Ramadan Yea, Christmas Nay
By Amanda Carpenter
December 12, 2007

Dems: Amen to Ramadan, but Forget about Christmas
By Bob Unruh
December 12, 2007

Shadow Warriors
By Jamie Glazov
December 12, 2007

Through the Roof!
By Stephen Moore
December 8, 2007

Many DNC Members Want Iraq Pullout Sooner than Clinton
By Monisha Bansal
December 3, 2007

The Stab that Failed
By Noemie Emery
November 28, 2007

NYT: An Undocumented Newspaper
By Ann Coulter
November 28, 2007

The Democrats' Quagmire
By Kenneth R. Timmerman
November 26, 2007

NYT: Suicide Manual for Dems
By Ann Coulter
November 21, 2007

A Debate of Dwarves
By Dennis Prager
November 20, 2007

Despite a Mortal Terrorist Threat against America, Dem Contenders See No Evil
By Michael Goodwin
November 19, 2007

Why the Democrats Deserve to Lose
By Burt Prelutsky
November 16, 2007

Dems Putting Interests of Radicals Ahead of Troops, White House Says
By Susan Jones
November 15, 2007

House Passes Anti-War Bill
By Anne Flaherty
November 15, 2007

Dem Debate: The Good, the Bad, and the Hillary Moments
By Mary Katharine Ham
October 31, 2007

KKK's 1st Targets Were Republicans. Dems Credited with Starting Group that Attacked Both Blacks and Whites.
By Bob Unruh
October 25, 2007

The Dems' Hidden Tax Plans
By Dick Morris & Eileen Mc Gann
October 25, 2007

Limbaugh's Laughter
By Bob Tyrrell
October 25, 2007

Democrats Fear War with Iran
By NewsMax.com
October 25, 2007

Rockers Join Dems in Opposing Nuke Energy Subsidies
By Monisha Bansal
October 24, 2007

‘No News’ Is Bad News?
By Cal Thomas
October 23, 2007

The Wrong Time to Rile Turkey
By Mort Zuckerman
October 22, 2007

We're Not in 2006 Anymore
By Michael Barone
October 22, 2007

Timing Is Everything, and Pelosi's Got Nothing
By Jonathan Gurwitz
October 22, 2007

The Liberal Compassion Mirage
By David Limbaugh
October 19, 2007

Pelosi's Armenian Gambit
By Charles Krauthammer
October 19, 2007

Promises, Promises
By Michael Reagan
October 19, 2007

A Foreign-policy Turkey
By Cal Thomas
October 18, 2007

Playing Politics with Genocide
By Ralph Peters
October 17, 2007

Congressional Turkeys
By Fred Gedrich
October 17, 2007

An Egregiously Reckless Resolution
By David Limbaugh
October 16, 2007

NASCAR Nation
By Brett Winterble
October 15, 2007

Pelosi's Most Dangerous Ploy
By Jed Babbin
October 15, 2007

Sabotage in Wartime
By Thomas Sowell
October 15, 2007

Pointless Moral Exhibitionism in Turkey
By Rich Lowry
October 15, 2007

Grandstanding Has Consequences
By Michael Rubin
October 15, 2007

The Stupid Party
By James W. Ceaser
October 13, 2007

Why Democrats Are Backing Hillary
By Dick Morris
October 12, 2007

An Army of Janes
By Kathryn Jean Lopez
October 11, 2007

Pulling for the Enemy
By Vasko Kohlmayer
October 11, 2007

The Dems' Unhealthy Poster Child Abuse
By Michelle Malkin
October 10, 2007

Pretend to Be All You Can Be
By Ann Coulter
October 3, 2007

The Next Step in the Surge
By Terence Jeffrey
October 3, 2007

Reality Intrudes on the Dems
By Wesley Pruden
October 1, 2007

An Unhappy Marriage
By David Limbaugh
October 1, 2007

Democrats Framing the 'Betrayal' Argument
By Susan Jones
September 20, 2007

The Attacks on Gen. Petraeus
By William Rusher
September 20, 2007

Afraid to Tell-off Moveon
By Jeff Jacoby
September 20, 2007

Dems Cast Republicans as Callous Toward US Troops
By Susan Jones
September 20, 2007

Democrats Blast Republican for 'Too Many Mosques' Phrase
By Susan Jones
September 20, 2007

The Party of George Soros
By David Limbaugh
September 18, 2007

Democrats Disregard Petraeus and Crocker Recommendations
By Amanda Carpenter
September 13, 2007

From the Halls of Malibu to the Shores of Kennedy
By Ann Coulter
September 12, 2007

Listen to the General
By Ralph Peters
September 11, 2007

Another Clinton Donor Scandal Emerges
By Charles R. Smith
September 6, 2007

Rise and Shine on Democrats
By Rich Noyes
August 29, 2007

Ohio Democrats' Segregation Purge
By Patrick Poole
August 29, 2007

The Surge Straddle
By Jacob Laksin
August 22, 2007

Happy Surge Day!
By Ben Johnson
August 21, 2007

Dems’ 'Real Big Problem'
By Byron York
August 16, 2007

If It's Bad for America, It's Good for Democrats
By Dennis Prager
August 14, 2007

Surging Politics
By Victor Davis Hanson
August 13, 2007

Did I Miss the 'Hip' Part?
By Ann Coulter
August 1, 2007

A Scandal Monomania
By Rich Lowry
July 31, 2007

Dems Desperate to Surrender Before We Can Win
By Doug Patton
July 31, 2007

The YouTube Debate: Send In the Clowns
By Ken Connor
July 29, 2007

Dumb and Dumber Debates
By Kathleen Parker
July 27, 2007

Curiouser and Curiouser
By Ken Blackwell
July 27, 2007

The Hollywood Culture Takes Over
By Michael Reagan
July 27, 2007

Saying What ‘Progressives’ Want to Hear
By David Limbaugh
July 27, 2007

Democrats: Stuck Between Iraq and the Anti-War Left
By Gary Bauer
July 27, 2007

Saving the 'John Doe' Amendment
By Ericka Andersen
July 26, 2007

The Rube at YouTube
By Emmett Tyrrell
July 26, 2007

The YouTube-CNN 'Debate'
By Cal Thomas
July 26, 2007

CNN’s Slanted Slice of America
By Brent Bozell
July 25, 2007

Paying Dues
By Bryan O'Keefe
July 25, 2007

Dems Unloaded: YouTube Style
By Ericka Andersen
July 24, 2007

The First Ever Incredible Earth-Shattering CNN You Boob Debate
By Mac Johnson
July 24, 2007

Democrats Tipsters
By Rich Lowry
July 23, 2007

Suspicious Behavior
By The NRO Editors
July 23, 2007

Who's Left?
By Jed Babbin
July 23, 2007

Iraq Is the Central Front
By Thomas Joscelyn
July 21, 2007

Democrats and Immigration: Report Cards
By Americans for Better immigration
July 20, 2007

Reid: Pull Troops or We Won’t Pay Them
By Amanda Carpenter
July 20, 2007

Senate Snoozefest
By James Jay Carafano
July 20, 2007

Democratomyopia
By Mona Charen
July 20, 2007

Democrats Should Put The Country Ahead of Their Politics
By John Hawkins
July 20, 2007

The Democrats' Death Wish
By Emmett Tyrrell
July 19, 2007

Sleeping with Harry Reid
By Mark Hemingway
July 19, 2007

Danger: Democrats at Work
By Michael Reagan
July 19, 2007

Reid Feels 'Pride and Regret' After Iraq Withdrawal Failure
By Nathan Burchfiel
July 19, 2007

The Democratic Wimp-Out
By Cal Thomas
July 19, 2007

Deadlock on the War
By William Rusher
July 19, 2007

A Pointless Political Play
By Senator Jim Bunning
July 19, 2007

Polident, Cots & Depends
By Rich Galen
July 18, 2007

The 'Bumper Sticker' that Blows Up
By Ann Coulter
July 18, 2007

Democrats' Iraq Policy: The Ultimate Hypocrisy
By Ben Shapiro
July 18, 2007

McConnell Holds the Line
By Fred Barnes
July 18, 2007

Up All Night
By Alan W. Dowd
July 18, 2007

Up All Night
By Jon Kyl
July 18, 2007

Duty, Honor … Reelection?
By Alex Gallo
July 18, 2007

Dark Night of the Senate
By Mitch McConnell
July 17, 2007

Keep on Surgin'
By William Kristol
July 14, 2007

Follow the Yellow Streak Road
By Jed Babbin
July 13, 2007

The Democrats' Entrenched and Immovable Antiwar Posture
By David Limbaugh
July 13, 2007

Obama Plays Race Card on Libby Decision
By NewsMax.com
July 12, 2007

A Democrat's Hypocrisy Comes Home to Roost
By Mike Gallagher
July 11, 2007

Democrats: Pandering to Perverts 101
By Kevin McCullough
July 11, 2007

Dems to Participate in Gay Debate
By NewsMax.com
July 10, 2007

An Exit to Disaster
By Michael Gerson
June 27, 2007

The Left's Stranglehold on the Donkey
By David Limbaugh
June 22, 2007

How Cynical Are Americans?
By William Rusher
June 19, 2007

The Democratic War Against Prosperity
By Larry Kudlow
June 18, 2007

While Democrats Call for a U.S. Surrender in Iraq, One (Former) Democrat Says No
By David Horowitz
June 15, 2007

That '70s Party
By David Keene
June 12, 2007

The Dem Presidential Candidates' Sojourn to Faithland
By David Limbaugh
June 8, 2007

The Democratic-Iranian Plan for Iraq
By Andrew Walden
June 8, 2007

The Bumper-Sticker War
By Bill Murchison
June 5, 2007

All Talked Out
By Michael Graham
June 4, 2007

Democrats Pile War Criticism on Clinton in Second Debate
By Amanda Carpenter
June 4, 2007

Democratic Party, the 'Party of Women,' Says Martha Burk
By Monisha Bansal
May 29, 2007

Democrats Slice Missile Defense
By Dave Eberhart
May 24, 2007

Democrats Surrender on Iraq
By Rich Galen
May 23, 2007

Democrats Blink in Iraq War Funding Showdown
By Robert Novak
May 23, 2007

Democrat Opponents of Free Speech Squash that "Dissent Is Patriotic" Stuff
By Jon Sanders
May 17, 2007

Democrats to Bush: You Are Evil
By Larry Elder
May 17, 2007

Energy Independence
By George Will
May 17, 2007

The Democrats' Plan to Demoralize Our Troops
By Edward I. Koch
May 17, 2007

Just How Crazy Are the Dems?
By Jonah Goldberg
May 16, 2007

Democrats' Big Lie
By Ben Shapiro
May 16, 2007

Anti-War Group Offers Money for Activism in Summer Campaign
By Fred Lucas
May 16, 2007

Your War, Not Mine
By Victor Davis Hanson
May 14, 2007

Defeatist Democrats Boost Enemy's Morale
By Kathryn Jean Lopez
May 14, 2007

Reasons for Leaving Iraq
By Mark W. Hendrickson
May 14, 2007

No Way to Win a War
By The NRO Editors
May 14, 2007

Al Qaeda Membership Has its Privileges
By Christopher Plante
May 11, 2007

Your War, Not Mine!
By Victor Davis Hanson
May 10, 2007

Al Qaeda, Iran, North Korea -- and Global Warming
By Byron York
May 10, 2007

Dooming Themselves to Defeat
By Lawrence Kudlow
May 9, 2007

Dems Fibbing About Disaster Relief (Again)
By Michelle Oddis
May 9, 2007

Mining the Disaster
By Denis Boyles
May 9, 2007

Spoiled Democrats and Debates
By Brent Bozell III
May 9, 2007

Will Islamist-Front Groups Succeed in Pressuring Pols to Silence Ordinary Americans on Guard against Terrorism?
By Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.
May 8, 2007

Al-Qaeda's No. 2 Applauds Democrat War Bill
By Amanda B. Carpenter
May 8, 2007

Democrats Vote to Own Defeat in Iraq
By Lorie Byrd
May 4, 2007

Anti-War or Anti-Troop?
By Linda Chavez
May 4, 2007

The Democrats' Diplomacy Illusion
By Mona Charen
May 4, 2007

The President vs. the Jihadists' Shameless, Useful Fools
By Ross Mackenzie
May 3, 2007

No Wonder They're Afraid of Brit Hume
By Ann Coulter
May 3, 2007

Democrats Bamboozling Minorities
By Angela Mcglowan
May 2, 2007

The Dems' Dirty Game in the Middle East
By Lee Smith
May 2, 2007

It's Worse Than We Thought
By Doug Patton
April 30, 2007

The Democratic Debate: What, Us Weak on Defense?
By Byron York
April 27, 2007

Socialist Sanders Fits in Well with Senate Democrats
By Mike Franc
April 13, 2007

Forcing U.S. to Quit in Iraq
By Charles Krauthammer
April 13, 2007

Iraq Burns While Dems Fiddle
By David Limbaugh
April 13, 2007

Top 10 Things Reportedly Overheard in Meetings Between Democrat Leader and Muslim Brotherhood Representative
By Mac Johnson
April 11, 2007

Clinton vs. Carter on Israel
By Eli Lehrer
April 6, 2007

Democrats at War
By Wall Street Journal
April 6, 2007

The Democrats' Surge
By Daniel Henninger
April 5, 2007

The Democrats' Other War
By Pat Cleary
April 3, 2007

The Smell of Irresolution
By Jeff Jacoby
April 2, 2007

Bill Clinton Weakened America
By Michael Reagan
March 30, 2007

Dangerous Demagoguery
By Thomas Sowell
March 27, 2007

Is Halliburton's Move the Beginning of More Corporate Exodus from America?
By Rabbi Aryeh Spero
March 26, 2007

Why Do Democrats Crave Defeat?
By Kevin McCullough
March 25, 2007

A Democratic Blueprint for Defeat
By Washington Times Editorial
March 23, 2007

Wrong on Timetables
By William Kristol & Frederick W. Kagan
March 23, 2007

Who Hates America?
By Michael Reagan
March 16, 2007

Anti-Smoking Dems Ignore Their Own Rules
By David Keene
March 15, 2007

The “Let’s Lose Now” Caucus
By The NRO Editors
March 12, 2007

Just Say No
By Fred Barnes
March 6, 2007

Real Threats, Real Candor
By Kenneth R. Timmerman
March 2, 2007

Seeking Cover to Cut-and-Run
By William R. Hawkins
February 28, 2007

Ending Democrats' Free Ride on Iraq
By David Limbaugh
February 27, 2007

A “Slow Bleed” Strategy to Stop the Surge Probably Would Backfire on the Dems
By Jack Kelly
February 26, 2007

The Top 9 Reasons Why a Democratic President Can't Handle the War on Terrorism
By John Hawkins
February 23, 2007

Democrats Disingenuous in Their Anti-War Rhetoric
By Victor Davis Hanson
February 22, 2007

Pre-emptive Surrender
By Jacob Laksin
February 22, 2007

The Democrat's Infectious Disease
By George Will
February 22, 2007

Democrats' Plan for Victory in Iraq
By Larry Elder
February 22, 2007

The Woman in the Middle
By Juliet Eilperin and Michael Grunwald
February 21, 2007

One Card Monte
By Tony Blankley
February 21, 2007

Racing for Defeat
By David Limbaugh
February 20, 2007

The Antiwar Surge
By Brendan Miniter
February 20, 2007

The Democrats' 'Slow-Bleed' Strategy
By William Kristol
February 16, 2007

Dems Push Anti-War Resolution, Stall Alternatives
By Nathan Burchfiel
February 13, 2007

Democrats Take the “First Step” in Cutting-Off Funding for American Troops
By John Boehner
February 12, 2007

Known By the Company They Keep?
By David Limbaugh
February 9, 2007

The Real Obstructionists
By Michael Reagan
February 9, 2007

The Race to the Bottom
By Cal Thomas
February 6, 2007

Islamic Supremacy at the DNC
By Robert Spencer
February 6, 2007

It's Howard Dean's Party
By Rich Lowry
February 6, 2007

Dems Lack Resolve Necessary to Lead
By Carol Platt Liebau
February 4, 2007

Don't Underestimate Antiwar Forces
By David Limbaugh
February 2, 2007

Fight Today or Occupy Forever
By Jonah Goldberg
January 26, 2007

The Ignorant Leading the Stupid
By Alan Nathan
January 23, 2007

Welcome Back to Democratland
By Mona Charen
January 19, 2007

If We Fail...
By Victor Davis Hanson
January 19, 2007

Counterproductive Symbolism
By The NRO Editors
January 18, 2007

The Democratic “Vision”
By Kathryn Lopez
January 17, 2007

The Road Most Traveled
By Victor Davis Hanson
January 16, 2007

Democrats and the Global Test
By Thomas P. Kilgannon
January 16, 2007

Rooting for Failure
By Rich Galen
January 15, 2007

Freshmen for Peace
By Duncan Currie
January 13, 2007

The Inmates Are Running The Asylum
By Michael P. Tremoglie
January 12, 2007

If Nobody Listens, Say it Louder
By Wesley Pruden
January 12, 2007

Sexual Politics and Power
By Suzanne Fields
January 11, 2007

A Cynical Opposition
By Wall Street Journal
January 11, 2007

Pelosian Honesty
By Tony Blankley
January 10, 2007

The Forbidden Words: ‘The War Is Lost’
By Rich Lowry
January 9, 2007

The Shape of Things to Come
By Bill Steigerwald
January 8, 2007

It's Estrogen, Stupid, and Plenty of it
By Wesley Pruden
January 5, 2007

Faulty Answers
By Michael Reagan
January 5, 2007

Iraq, Iran and Democrats
By David Limbaugh
December 29, 2006

Blue-State Blunders - 2006 Edition
By Nancy French
December 27, 2006

The Peace Party vs. the Power Party
By Matthew Continetti
December 22, 2006

Democrats Adopt New Motto: Regulate, and Then Regulate Some More
By Mike Franc
December 14, 2006

The Democrats' Free Mumia Caucus
By Michael P. Tremoglie
December 12, 2006

Democrats Prepare Global Warming Push
By Jerome R. Corsi
December 12, 2006

Hamas Confirms Meeting with Group of Democrats
By Aaron Klein
December 10, 2006

Conyers Won't Decry Honor for Cop-Killer
By WorldNetDaily.com
December 9, 2006

Higher Education and the Democrats
By Don Irvine
December 8, 2006

Liberal Groups Holding Democrats to Their Promises
By Susan Jones
December 6, 2006

Read Between the Lines
By Herman Cain
November 29, 2006

The Helpless Majority
By Dick Morris and Eileen McGann
November 29, 2006

Where Do Dems Go from Here?
By Michael Barone
November 27, 2006

Congressional Witch-Hunt
By Joseph Klein
November 27, 2006

Iraq: The Democrats' Tar-Baby
By David Keene
November 24, 2006

Why Democratic Control of Congress Could Be a Step Toward Victory in Iraq
By Jack Kelly
November 21, 2006

More Bark Than Bite?
By Victor Davis Hanson
November 20, 2006

Democratic Agenda Already Under Fire
By Donald Lambro
November 17, 2006

Democrats' Suicide Impulse Emerging
By Michael Reagan
November 17, 2006

Leading in Reverse
By Ben Johnson
November 16, 2006

On Iraq: Okay, Democrats, Now What?
By Larry Elder
November 16, 2006

Donkey vs. Donkey
By Matthew Continetti
November 11, 2006

Dems Ran as Conservatives
By Bob Tyrrell
November 9, 2006

The Democrat Counterrevolution
By Cal Thomas
November 9, 2006

Incoming Democrats Will Bring Moderation, Experts Predict
By Nathan Burchfiel
November 8, 2006

Historic Victory for Diebold!
By Ann Coulter
November 8, 2006

The Dems' Pre-Emption Strategy
By Michelle Malkin
November 8, 2006

The New Leaders?
By Irwin M. Stelzer
November 7, 2006

Pelosi's Left-Wing All Stars
By Patrick Poole
November 7, 2006

Democrats Challenging America's Will to Preserve
By David Limbaugh
November 7, 2006

A New Voter Fraud
By Thomas Sowell
November 7, 2006

Where’s Victory?
By Mona Charen
November 3, 2006

The Cast of Characters, Part II
By Thomas Sowell
November 2, 2006

Your Apology Is Not Accepted, Mr. Kerry
By Rabbi Aryeh Spero
November 2, 2006

John Kerry: The Kamikaze Kid
By Michael Reagan
November 2, 2006

Mideast Terror Leaders to U.S.: Vote Democrat
By Aaron Klein
November 2, 2006

Arabs and Iranians Root For the Democrats Again
By Steven Stalinsky
November 1, 2006

Jihad Is Fun! Vote Democrat!
By Ann Coulter
November 1, 2006

The Democrats’ Jimmy Carter Conundrum
By Arlene Kushner
November 1, 2006

The Cast of Characters
By Thomas Sowell
October 31, 2006

What Is Obama up to?
By William Rusher
October 31, 2006

The Defeatocrat Agenda
By Peter Brookes
October 31, 2006

Control
By NRO Symposium
October 31, 2006

These Are Democrats?
By Jonah Goldberg
October 27, 2006

Dems' Favorite Halloween Costume: Patriot
By Ann Coulter
October 25, 2006

The Democrats' Contract With America
By Ben Shapiro
October 25, 2006

A Vote for Patty Wetterling Can Hurt Children
By Dennis Prager
October 24, 2006

Blabbermouth Media, Blabbermouth Dems
By Michelle Malkin
October 24, 2006

Just Why Democrats Are Dangerous When It Comes to National Defense
By Investor's Business Daily
October 20, 2006

Democrat-Sponsored Bills Tell a Liberal Story
By Susan Jones
October 20, 2006

The Democrats’ Dangerous Record of Undermining America’s Intelligence Community
By John Boehner
October 20, 2006

Gang Members Soon to Get Their Own Congressman
By David Strom
October 19, 2006

Libs Gone Wild!
By Victor Davis Hanson
October 19, 2006

The Battles of Hastings
By Kenneth R. Timmerman
October 19, 2006

O.J. Trials for Terrorists
By Ann Coulter
October 18, 2006

Harry Reid Can't Bleed
By Brent Bozell
October 18, 2006

North Korea's Perennial Helpers
By Paul Mirengoff
October 17, 2006

Pension Looters for the Left?
By Patrick Poole
October 16, 2006

The Democrats' War Against the War
By Jacob Laksin
October 5, 2006

Who Knew Mark Foley Was a Closeted Democrat?
By Ann Coulter
October 5, 2006

The Left's Pedophile Problem
By Andrew Walden
October 3, 2006

Window on a Leftist Congress
By David Frum
October 2, 2006

Endorsing Farrakhan's Man?
By Joel Mowbray
October 2, 2006

Bankrupt
By David Limbaugh
September 26, 2006

In Tennessee, Testing the Limits of Liberalism
By Jonathan Martin
September 21, 2006

The Tortoise and Those Democratic Hares
By Victor Davis Hanson
September 21, 2006

Farrakhan's Candidate
By Andrew Walden
September 19, 2006

Let the Dems Bury Themselves
By Kathryn Jean Lopez
September 16, 2006

Snatching Defeat from the Jaws of Victory
By Lorie Byrd
September 15, 2006

Democrats' Gloating Premature
By David Limbaugh
September 8, 2006

Thwack! Will Democrats Never Learn?
By Lorie Byrd
September 8, 2006

The Dems' Middle-Class Problem
By Rich Lowry
September 6, 2006

Bankrupt
By David Limbaugh
September 5, 2006

Plain Lies, War Lies and Partisanship
By David Limbaugh
September 1, 2006

The Party of Defeat
By Rich Lowry
September 1, 2006

The Trouble with Democrats
By William Rusher
August 31, 2006

The Cult of Soros
By David Horowitz and Richard Poe
August 25, 2006

Do We Really Want Democrats in Charge?
By Larry Elder
August 24, 2006

What Part of the War on Terrorism Do They Support?
By Ann Coulter
August 23, 2006

Come Home, Connecticut
By Fred Barnes
August 12, 2006

The Bugs Bunny Democrats
By William Kristol
August 11, 2006

Blueprint for Democrats: Deceive and Conquer
By Bernard Chapin
August 11, 2006

Short-Term Gain, Long-Term Pain
By Charles Krauthammer
August 11, 2006

Connecticut? This is London Calling.
By Andrew C. McCarthy
August 11, 2006

The Left Has No Answer to London Plot
By Mike Gallagher
August 11, 2006

Dems - Exactly Where We Want Them to Be
By David Limbaugh
August 11, 2006

'Mass Murder' Foiled
Wall Street Journal
August 11, 2006

Bad Timing
By Daniel Henninger
August 11, 2006

You're What's Happenin'!
By James Taranto
August 11, 2006

Nedrenaline Rush
By Jonah Goldberg
August 11, 2006

Taliban Democrats
By Cal Thomas
August 10, 2006

Not Your Father's Democratic Party
By Tim Chapman
August 10, 2006

Conn. Primary Is a Red Flag for Socialism
By Michael Reagan
August 10, 2006

The Lamont Democrats
Wall Street Journal
August 10, 2006

Still the Peace Party
By Fred Barnes
August 9, 2006

Big Foot, Scoop Jackson Democrats and Other Myths
By Ann Coulter
August 9, 2006

Sen. Clinton Turns Her Back on Lieberman
By NewsMax.com
August 9, 2006

Michael Moore Threatens Democrats
NewsMax.com
August 9, 2006

Reap Turnout, Sow Division
By Brendan Miniter
August 8, 2006

Dems' Gloating Is Premature
By David Limbaugh
August 8, 2006

Democratic Defeatism
By Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.
August 8, 2006

The Obstructionist: Sen. Harry Reid Is Doing His Best to Produce a ‘Do-Nothing Congress’
By John H. Fund
August 7, 2006

The Democrats’ Impeachment Road Map
By Byron York
August 7, 2006

Lieberman
By Martin Peretz
August 7, 2006

Anti-War, Anti-Israel, Anti-Joe
By William Kristol
August 4, 2006

Dems in Full Retreat
By Michael Goodwin
August 4, 2006

Side with Terrorists or Israel? Terrorists or Israel?…
By Henry Payne
August 3, 2006

Pro-Iraq Democrats Face Uncivil War
By Diana West
August 1, 2006

Dems' Dream: Something for Nothing
By Debra J. Saunders
July 31, 2006

Democrats Try to Block Child Custody Protection Act
By Susan Jones
July 26, 2006

War on Words
By James Taranto
July 26, 2006

Pro-Iraq Democrats Face Uncivil War
By Donald Lambro
July 26, 2006

Democrats Push Bill to 'Stop Global Warming'
By Susan Jones
July 26, 2006

Our Crippled Missile Defense
By Jacob Laksin
July 25, 2006

Kos, Hezbollah, and Israel
By Dean Barnett
July 24, 2006

Democrat Party and Code Pink Join Forces to Sabotage Military Recruitment
The Conservative Voice
July 23, 2006

The Taepodong Democrats
Wall Street Journal
July 21, 2006

Leftists: Born to Run
By Ann Coulter
July 20, 2006

Just Blame it on Bush
By James Lileks
July 20, 2006

Democrats Unhinged: The Real House Democrat Agenda
By Human Events
July 19, 2006

The Party of Death's Ploy
By Nathan Tabor
July 19, 2006

A New Alliance Of Democrats Spreads Funding
By Jim VandeHei and Chris Cillizza
July 17, 2006

Democrat Canvassing Includes Search For Religious Voters
By Lorie Byrd
July 14, 2006

Don't Exploit the Dead
By Human Events
July 14, 2006

Democrats Use Dead Americans as Campaign Props
By Michael Reagan
July 14, 2006

Democrats' Political Ad Includes Flag-Draped Coffins
By Susan Jones
July 13, 2006

House Democrats Team With Radical Leftists to Criticize Iraq War
By Patrick McNamara
July 13, 2006

Pentecost of Big Government
By Mark Tooley
July 12, 2006

Dem Altered Immigration Law to Further 'Gay' Agenda
By Jeff Johnson
July 10, 2006

If the Left Weren't Hypocritical
By Byron York
July 6, 2006

Racist Democrats vs. Colorblind Republicans
By John Hawkins
July 5, 2006

Hank Paulson Was Thrown Softballs
By Steven Milloy and Tom Borelli
July 3, 2006

The Party of Defeat
By Mona Charen
June 30, 2006

The Democrats on Pulling Out: Good News for the Republicans
By Ross Mackenzie
June 30, 2006

Bears a Close Watch
By Frank Gaffney Jr.
June 28, 2006

The Never-Ending Prewar Intelligence Investigation
By Byron York
June 27, 2006

War-Winning Don'ts and Do's
By Frank J Gaffney Jr.
June 27, 2006

The Defeaticrats' ‘Redeployment’ Is Ingenious
By Mark Steyn
June 26, 2006

Give Dem '08 Hopefuls a D - For Defeatism
By Michael Goodwin
June 26, 2006

Run Away! Run Away!
By Mario Loyola
June 26, 2006

Capitol Criminals By Nathan Tabor
June 26, 2006

The Spamalot Party
By Mona Charen
June 23, 2006

White-Flag-Waving Democrats Are Shameless on Iraq War
By Michael Reagan
June 23, 2006

Why the Dems Won't Win
By Victor Davis Hanson
June 22, 2006

‘New Direction for America’ Is a Wrong Turn
By James Lileks
June 22, 2006

The Dems' Losing Strategy
By Tim Chapman
June 22, 2006

No "Contract" on Iraq
By David Keene
June 22, 2006

Democrats' Tactics Reveal Weakness
By Greg Franke
June 22, 2006

United in Division
By James Taranto
June 22, 2006

The 'Chickenhawk' Canard
By James Taranto
June 21, 2006

Illegal Immigration Unites Democrats, Catholic Church
By Benjamin Van Horrick
June 21, 2006

Feinstein's Phased Pandering
By Debra Saunders
June 20, 2006

Dems' "Contract" Ignores Iraq
By David A. Keene
June 20, 2006

The Democrats' Withdrawal Conundrum
By David Limbaugh
June 20, 2006

The Party of Retreat and Defeat
By Peter Collier and David Horowitz
June 19, 2006

Another Disappointment from the Black Caucus
By Star Parker
June 19, 2006

Iraq and Congress
Wall Street Journal
June 19, 2006

Trying to Get Even
By John Fund
June 19, 2006

Winning Is Not an Option
By Jonah Goldberg
June 16, 2006

A Profile in Corruption
By Jacob Laksin
June 16, 2006

Bipartisan Corruption Whitewash Continues to Be a Shameful Display
By Jonathan Gurwitz
June 16, 2006

Democrats Behave Like Sunni Insurgents
By Michael Reagan
June 15, 2006

The Dems Will Lose
By Michael Novak
June 15, 2006

Dems' 'New Direction' Is Higher Taxes, Open Borders, GOP Says
By Susan Jones
June 15, 2006

House of Representatives Takes Up Iraq War Resolution
By Susan Jones
June 15, 2006

The Democrats' Failing Script
By Dustin Hawkins
June 15, 2006

Treasury Nominee Hank Paulson Needs to Answer Some Questions
By Steven Milloy
June 13, 2006

But She Supports the Troops!
By James Taranto
June 6, 2006

The Secret Court Battle Over the Jefferson Corruption Case
By Byron York
June 5, 2006

FBI Had Good Reason to Search Office of Rep. Jefferson
By Amanda B. Carpenter
June 5, 2006

Some Straight Talk about Privilege
By Wesley Pruden
June 5, 2006

'Centrist' Democrats Sound A Warning About 'Liberal Fundamentalism'
By Susan Jones
June 5, 2006

No Confidence
By James Taranto
June 2, 2006

Congress Finds Its Backbone - In the Freezer
By Jonah Goldberg
June 2, 2006

"Culture of Corruption" Spreads Beyond Party Lines
By Jennifer Biddison
June 2, 2006

What’s Really Going On In the William Jefferson Fight
By Byron York
June 1, 2006

Unimpeachable?
By Andrew C. McCarthy
June 1, 2006

English: Why It's Time to Make It Official
By K.C. McAlpin
June 1, 2006

Questions for the House
By Andrew C. McCarthy
May 31, 2006

FBI Raid on Jefferson Was Justified, Legal Group Claims
By Kate Monaghan
May 31, 2006

Bush's Treasury Nominee Gave to Dems
By Robert B. Bluey
May 30, 2006

Who’s “Trampling” the Constitution?
By Andrew C. McCarthy
May 30, 2006

'Culture of Corruption' Backfires Again
By Robert B. Bluey
May 30, 2006

Raiding Congress
WSJ
May 30, 2006

Congress Isn't Above the Law
By Robert Turner
May 28, 2006

Congressional Arrogance Now Constitutionally Mandated
By Michael Reagan
May 26, 2006

Living a Good Life Outside the Law
By Wesley Pruden
May 26, 2006

Congress Crying Wolf on Separation of Powers Flap
By David Limbaugh
May 26, 2006

Congressmen Suddenly Don't Want the FBI To Do What It Does
By Chris Field
May 25, 2006

Now, Democrats Have Some 'Splaining to Do
By Donald Lambro
May 25, 2006

Principle Over Politics
By Tim Chapman
May 25, 2006

Raid on Jefferson's Office Prompts Hearing
By Susan Jones
May 25, 2006

Harry Reid's Race Card
By Terrence Jeffrey
May 24, 2006

Exposing America's Enemies: Communist Progressive Democrats (Part II)
by Linda Kimball
May 24, 2006

Harry Reid and the End of the Liberal Mind
By Dennis Prager
May 23, 2006

Democrats, Republicans, and Israel
By Daniel Pipes
May 23, 2006

Exposing America's Enemies: The 'Social Justice Seeking' Communist Left
by Linda Kimball
May 11, 2006

Why the Democrats Lost the Middle Class
By Martin Frost
May 10, 2006

Bye-Bye, “Culture Of Corruption”
By Brent Bozell
May 9, 2006

Greens vs. Illegals
By Andrew Walden
May 4, 2006

Dean's DNC Continues to Lose Relevance in Democratic Politics
By Robert Novak
April 28, 2006

It's Hard Out Here for a Pump
By Ann Coulter
April 26, 2006

Democrat Leader Casts Republicans As Out-of-Touch
By Susan Jones
April 25, 2006

There's a What On?
By James Taranto
April 20, 2006

DNC in New Orleans: Bring Your Shovels
NewsMax.com
April 20, 2006

Finding Religion
By Joseph Lindsley
April 17, 2006

Immigration 'Solutions': Part III
By Thomas Sowell
April 13, 2006

Reid Blocks Immigration Compromise Over Kennedy's Objections
By Robert Novak
April 12, 2006

The Liberal Sell-Out on Immigration
By Rich Lowry
April 11, 2006

DeLay's Gone, But You're Still Corrupt, Dems Tell Republicans
By Susan Jones
April 5, 2006

Liberal War on Terrorism Heats Up: DeLay Finally Captured
By Ann Coulter
April 5, 2006

The Party of Police-Haters
By Michelle Malkin
April 5, 2006

The Capitol Police Slap Back
By Ben Johnson
April 5, 2006

Real Security Mirage
By David Limbaugh
March 31, 2006

Are You Ready to Rumble?
By Jonathan Last
March 29, 2006

Ballots from the Birmingham Jail
By George Oldroyd
March 28, 2006

Dems' Security Strategy: All Talk, No Action
By Amanda B. Carpenter
March 28, 2006

The Murtha Dems
By Rich Lowry
March 21, 2006

Survey: What Democrats Want
By Susan Jones
March 20, 2006

Pelosi Punts, for Now, on Impeachment
By David Freddoso
March 16, 2006

Feingold Helps Presidential Bid, Hurts Democrats With Censure Resolution
By Robert Novak
March 15, 2006

To Play the Presidential Card
By Tony Blankley
March 15, 2006

Democrats' New Strategy Helps GOP
By Michael Lewis
March 15, 2006

Pelosi Hints at Democrats' 'Unified' Agenda
By Susan Jones
March 15, 2006

Georgia's HOPE Chest
By Jeff Emanuel
March 14, 2006

"We Can Do Better," But Don't Ask Us How
By David Limbaugh
March 14, 2006

Will's Follies Go On
By Michael Goodwin
March 9, 2006

Black Like GOP
By Deroy Murdock
March 9, 2006

Pandering to Blacks
By Walter Williams
March 8, 2006

NYT, Liberals Have Become Cowards
By Rabbi Aryeh Spero
February 28, 2006

The Politically Correct vs. the Politically Ridiculous
By Andrew C. McCarthy
February 23, 2006

They Are All Profilers Now
By Michelle Malkin
February 22, 2006

Democrats’ Newfound Arab Xenophobia
By Michael P. Tremoglie
February 22, 2006

Did the KGB Help Plan America's Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act?
By Gerard Jackson
February 20, 2006

Tantrums
By Emmett Tyrrell
February 16, 2006

Two Crises
By Thomas Sowell
February 14, 2006

Democrats Endorse Domestic Spying
By David Limbaugh
February 14, 2006

Frantic Democrats Are Playing the Race Card to Keep Their Most Loyal Voting Bloc on the Plantation, but it's Not the Trump it Used to Be
By Jack Kelly
February 14, 2006

Democrats Misplay “God Card”
By Patrick Hynes
February 14, 2006

One Sorry Mess of a Party
By Jonah Goldberg
February 10, 2006

Rush: Democrats Are a ‘Bunch of Cowards’
NewsMax
February 8, 2006

The Democrats' Own History with Race
By Bruce Bartlett
February 7, 2006

Dems Are Blowin' It
By Michael Goodwin
February 6, 2006

The Recurring Politics of Race Exploitation
By David Limbaugh
February 3, 2006

State of the Democratic Party
By Tony Blankley
February 2, 2006

'I Hope She Drowns'
By Peggy Noonan
February 2, 2006

Bin Laden's Little Helpers
By David Horowitz
February 1, 2006

Dems Cheer Congress's 'Do Nothing' Approach on Social Security
By Susan Jones
February 1, 2006

The NSA Straddle
By Rich Lowry
January 31, 2006

The Democrats' Albatross
By Curt Levey
January 31, 2006

Enough with the Distortions
By David Limbaugh
January 27, 2006

Democrat Barrage Underway as Bush Speech Nears
By Monisha Bansal
January 27, 2006

The 'Culture of Corruption'
By Cal Thomas
January 26, 2006

'Chocolate City' Sprinkled with Nuts
By Ann Coulter
January 19, 2006

Democrats Attack to Distract
By Sen. Jim DeMint
January 19, 2006

The ‘D’ Stands for Demagogue
By Michelle Malkin
January 18, 2006

Harry Reid Says GOP Makes Mafia Blush
By Amanda B. Carpenter
January 18, 2006

The Hoax-Addicted Left
By Daniel Clark
January 18, 2006

Dumb and Dumbercrat
By Doug Gamble
January 12, 2006

"The Nancy Problem"
By Robert Novak
January 5, 2006

Why We Don't Trust Democrats With National Security
By Ann Coulter
January 4, 2006

Leak Double-Standards
By Linda Chavez
December 29, 2005

Patriot Misses
By Rich Lowry
December 28, 2005

Block and Blame is the Name of the Game
By Tim Chapman
December 22, 2005

The Democrats' Disarray
By Ross Mackenzie
December 22, 2005

Dems: We're Losing the War and Our Economy Stinks
By Larry Elder
December 22, 2005

The Left's Privacy Hypocrites
By Michelle Malkin
December 21, 2005

Civil Liberties & Security: Dems for Terror
By Dick Morris
December 21, 2005

Close the "Trap"
By Daniel McKivergan
December 20, 2005

The Defeaticrats
By Mark Steyn
December 19, 2005

Dazed and Confused on Iraq
By Rich Lowry
December 16, 2005

There They Go Again
By Paul Mirengoff
December 13, 2005

The Party of Defeat
By David Bellavia
December 9, 2005

Democratic Implosion
Victor Davis Hanson
December 9, 2005

White Flags on the Road to ‘Peace’
By Wesley Pruden
December 9, 2005

Simple Question on Iraq Dumbfounds Democrats
By Amanda B. Carpenter
December 9, 2005

Rally Round the (White) Flag, Boys!
By Edward Morrissey
December 7, 2005

Dems Determined to Ignore Progress in Iraq
By Mark Steyn
December 5, 2005

The Iraq Story You Haven’t Been Hearing
By Steve Muscatello
December 2, 2005

White Flag Democrats
By Max Boot
December 1, 2005

Pelosi's Disastrous Miscalculation
By William Kristol
November 30, 2005

Abandoning Iraq
By Robert Kagan & William Kristol
November 28, 2005

New Idea for the Antiwar Party: Aid the Enemy
By Ann Coulter
November 25, 2005

The Crying Game
By Victor Davis Hanson
November 23, 2005

The Left's Big Lie
By Michael Barone
November 22, 2005

John Murtha, Overnight American Idol
By L. Brent Bozell III
November 22, 2005

John Murtha's Call for Withdrawal
By Michael Barone
November 22, 2005

How to Lose a War
By Ralph Peters
November 21, 2005

The Democratic Divide
By Paul Mirengoff
November 21, 2005

They Left Him No Choice
By Joel Engel
November 17, 2005

The Who-Said-It Game -- Iraq Style (Democrats' Quotes Regarding Iraqi Threat)
By Jason Barnes
November 17, 2005

Minority Loves to Make Majority Miserable
By William Murchison
November 15, 2005

The Gullible Party
By Rich Lowry
November 11, 2005

Who's Harming America's Image?
By David Limbaugh
November 11, 2005

They Still Blame America First
By Fred Barnes
July 4, 2005

Scandals Involving Leaders from the Democratic Party
By BoycottLiberalism.com
July 2005

Democratic Invective Is Hurting U.S. Progress
By Donald Lambro
June 30, 2005

Will Democrats Ever Give Up Race Baiting?
By David Limbaugh
June 28, 2005

Follow the Money
By Chris Suellentrop
June 26, 2005

The Democrats Sign on with Anti-Semites
By Richard Baehr
June 22, 2005

The Doughnut Democrats 
By The Wall Street Journal
June 16, 2005

Democrats vs. Christians?
By Don Feder
June 10, 2005

Minority Rule?
By Steven G. Calabresi
May 9, 2005

The Shadow Party's "Gang of Five"
By Richard Poe
May 7, 2005

The Trustfund Left
By Michael Barone
March 23, 2005

Acadeaniacs and Democrats 
By Fred Siegel
March 21, 2005

Democrats and Immigration: Report Cards
By Americans for Better immigration
March 12, 2005

The McGovern Syndrome
By David Horowitz
December 27, 2004

MoveOn: "We Bought" the Democratic Party
By Ben Johnson
December 10, 2004

The Shadow Party: Part I
By David Horowitz and Richard Poe
October 6, 2004

How the Left Undermined America's Security Before 9/11
By David Horowitz
September 10, 2004

Text of Zell Miller's RNC Speech
By CBS News
September 1, 2004

The Democratic Party's Anti-Semitism Problem
By Edward Alexander
August 24, 2004

The Demo-cashic Party
By Lowell Ponte
August 10, 2004

The Radical Power Behind the Democrats
By William R. Hawkins
August 5, 2004

The Democrats Embrace Al-Jazeera
By Thomas Ryan
July 30, 2004

No Teachers Union Left Behind
By Ann Coulter
July 29, 2004

Put the Speakers in a Cage
By Ann Coulter
July 27, 2004

Socialists Urge Support of Kerry
By WorldNetDaily
July 25, 2004

Wiring the Vast Leftwing Conspiracy
By Matt Bai 
July 25, 2004

How Socialist Unions Rule the Democratic Party
By Lowell Ponte
July 14, 2004

Saddam in Custody
By Ann Coulter
July 1, 2004

Miller's Tale: A Georgia Democrat on the Woes of His Party 
By Fred Barnes
November 10, 2003

The Secondary Mortgage Market Enterprises Regulatory Improvement Act
By House of Representatives
September 25, 2003

The Party of Sabotage
By David Horowitz
July 21, 2003

The Cheating Heart of the Democratic Party
By Paul Mirengoff
November 26, 2002

Party of Fear, Politics of Hate
By David Horowitz
October 30, 2000


Democrats' Declining Support for Israel:

The Failure of the American Jewish Left
By David Brog
Winter 2013


Books:

Party of Defeat
By David Horowitz

The Shadow Party: How George Soros, Hillary Clinton, and Sixties Radicals Seized Control of the Democratic Party
By David Horowitz and Richard Poe

Divided They Fell: The Demise of the Democratic Party, 1964-1996
By Ron Radosh


Videos:

Neil Says Democrats Are the Communists
December 2010

Are You a Racist? A Frank Conversation
By Andrew Klavan
September 25, 2009

Democrats Refuse to Stand for Pledge of Allegiance
July 1, 2009

Barney Frank: Plenty of Rich People That We Can Tax
October 20, 2008

Jason Mattera Undercover at the DNC Convention
August 25, 2008

Dems Fight Regulations on Fannie, Freddie During Illegal Bookkeeping Hearing
2004

 


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  • One of America's two major political parties and the much more leftist party of the two



The Democratic Party is presently one of the two major political parties in the United States. On the right-left political spectrum, it currently is to the left of the larger Republican Party, and well to the left of the Democratic Party of Harry Truman and John F. Kennedy. The words "Democracy" and "Democratic" come from the Greek roots demos, "the people" and kratein, "to rule." 

The Democratic Party traces its ancestry to the original Republican Party (initially known as the "Democratic-Republican Party") founded in 1794 by Thomas Jefferson (1801-1809). The Democratic Party started to assume its modern form during the War of 1812. By the 1820s John Adams' son, President John Quincy Adams, had become a Democrat. He was opposed by Tennessee Democratic-Republican President Andrew Jackson (1829-37), whose anti-National Bank faction became the core of the Democratic Party. From the mid-1830s until the Civil War, Democrats formed America's majority party. Meanwhile the Federalist Party disintegrated, replaced as America's opposition party from 1833 until 1856 by the new party co-founded by Adams, the Whigs, dedicated to high tariffs and protectionism. Democratic President James Polk led the U.S. into and through the Mexican-American War that added today's Southwestern states to America's map.

In 1856 the new Republican Party mobilized around opposition to slavery and ran its first presidential candidate, California U.S. Senator John C. Fremont. Four years later, owing to a party schism that put two rival Democrats on the ballot, Republican Abraham Lincoln was elected President by a plurality and led the Union during the Civil War.

Republicans won most of the presidential elections between 1864 and 1912, when a schism between President William Howard Taft and former progressive Republican President Theodore Roosevelt split the Republican vote and led to the election and re-election of Democrat Woodrow Wilson. Republicans returned to power following World War I, but during the Great Depression, beginning in 1932, were beaten in four elections by Democrat Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR), who built his New Deal coalition of liberals and Southern segregationists. In the "solid South," Democrats for generations grew up in one-party states whose voters would "rather vote for a yellow dog" than any candidate of the party of Lincoln.

Norman Thomas, the six-time Socialist Party candidate for U.S. President, said the following in a 1944 speech:

"The American people will never knowingly adopt socialism. But, under the name of 'liberalism,' they will adopt every fragment of the socialist program, until one day America will be a socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.... I no longer need to run as a Presidential Candidate for the Socialist Party. The Democratic Party has adopted our platform."

FDR died in office in 1945 and was succeeded by his Vice President Harry Truman (1945-53), who won election on his own in 1948.

In 1960, Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy (1961-63) was elected President in a close vote decided by Texas and Illinois, where historians agree that Democratic ballot fraud was extensive. Kennedy sent the first 16,000 armed U.S. troops into South Vietnam, something his predecessor Republican President Dwight D. Eisenhower had refused to do.

In a January 2010 Wall Street Journal article titled "The Fall of The House of Kennedy," Daniel Henninger pointed out what had been a watershed moment for the Democratic Party 48 years earlier:

"In 1962, President John F. Kennedy planted the seeds that grew the modern Democratic Party. That year, JFK signed executive order 10988 allowing the unionization of the federal work force. This changed everything in the American political system. Kennedy's order swung open the door for the inexorable rise of a unionized public work force in many states and cities.

"This in turn led to the fantastic growth in membership of the public employee unions—The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and the teachers' National Education Association.

"They broke the public's bank. More than that, they entrenched a system of taking money from members' dues and spending it on political campaigns. Over time, this transformed the Democratic Party into a public-sector dependency.

"They became different than the party of FDR, Truman, Meany and Reuther. That party was allied with the fading industrial unions, which in turn were tethered to a real world of profit and loss.

"The states in the North and on the coasts turned blue because blue is the color of the public-sector unions. This tax-and-spend milieu became the training ground for their politicians."

Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas in 1963 and was succeeded by his Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson (1963-69). Johnson signed landmark civil rights legislation, passed in Congress with a higher percentage of Republican than Democratic votes. Johnson also launched a massive expansion of FDR's New Deal welfare state that Johnson called the Great Society, which by 2000 would have earmarked an aggregate total of more than $7 trillion to social welfare programs. In addition, Johnson greatly expanded JFK's war in Vietnam and military conscription.

Johnson’s pro-war Vice President Hubert Humphrey, a Minnesota liberal, was defeated in 1968 by Richard Nixon.

The 1960s were the heyday of the radical, anti-American movement known as the New Left. (For a detailed discussion of the New Left and its worldview and activities, click here.) By the early 1970s, however, the New Left had spent its political capital and was a dying movement. But its adherents remained committed to the cause, altering their tactics so as to work within the pilitical and social system in a manner the New Left had previously chosen not to do. These latter-day leftists incorporated the tactics of Saul Alinsky, seeking to change society by first infiltrating its major institutions – the schools, the media, the churches, the entertainment industry, the labor unions, and the three branches of government – and then implementing policies from those positions of power.

Most notably, the ex-New Leftists found a home in the Democratic Party. By 1972, they had seized control of the party, as evidenced by the nomination of George McGovern as the Democratic presidential candidate on an antiwar platform that cast America's military involvement in Southeast Asia as an immoral, imperialistic venture. Though McGovern lost 49 of the 50 states in the 1972 election, he and the anti-war radicals who flocked to his campaign moved the Democratic Party dramatically to the left. By way of its political ascendancy within the Democratic Party, the New Left, in a political sense, effectively killed off the classical centrist liberals who had vigorously opposed Communist totalitarianism. After accomplishing this parricide, the New Left occupied the corpse of authentic liberalism (i.e., the Democratic Party) and appropriated the name, "liberalism."

A June 1972 break-in at the Democratic Party headquarters in the Watergate complex by operatives connected to the Nixon White House led to a scandal upon which the Democrats capitalized, eventually forcing Nixon's resignation. Eight of the eleven special prosecutors who toppled Nixon were members of the Kennedy brothers' inner circle and had served on their staffs. Senator Ted Kennedy was the Chair of the Judiciary Committee that prosecuted Nixon, who resigned in 1974 to avoid formal impeachment by the Democrat-controlled House. Nixon's appointed successor, Vice President Gerald Ford, was defeated in the 1976 presidential election by Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter (1977-81). 

During Carter's single-term presidency, inflation soared to double-digit levels. Carter withdrew American support from the Shah of Iran (whose government had given rights to women and was a U.S. ally) on the grounds that he was a human rights violator. Carter's destabilization of the Shah's regime led in 1979 to the theocratic and radical Islamist regime of Ayatollah Khomeini. The Carter-induced toppling of the Shah also precipitated the Soviet invasion of adjacent Afghanistan that same year, which empowered Osama bin Laden, the Islamist leader of the anti-Soviet guerrilla group al Qaeda.

In 1980 American voters ejected President Carter and elected Republican Ronald Reagan, who served two terms. Reagan had been a passionate New Deal Democrat. Explaining his disenchantment with the Democratic Party's gradual evolution into a leftist entity, Reagan said, "I didn't leave the Democratic Party. The Democratic Party left me." He was succeeded in the White House by his Vice President George H.W. Bush. 

In 1992 President Bush was defeated by Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton, who promised to "end welfare as we know it" and called himself a "New Democrat." Upon taking office, Clinton immediately forced into law the largest tax increase in American history, and made it retroactive. Clinton also attempted to force socialized medicine into law -- a move that, had it been successful, would have nationalized fully one-seventh of the American economy. Even the restored Democratic majority in Congress balked at this plan and refused to pass it.

In 1994 the voters swept Democrats out of power in both the House and Senate. In 1996 Clinton was reelected with less than 50 percent of all votes cast. His second term was hobbled by scandal and perjury that made him the first elected President in American history to be impeached by the House of Representatives.

As the Democratic candidate for President in 2000, Clinton’s Vice President Al Gore lost to Republican George W. Bush. Democrats for 18 months reclaimed control of the U.S. Senate, then lost it again in the 2002 election.

During Bush’s first term, Democratic Party politicians demanded that he enact Campaign Finance Reform, ostensibly to reduce the influence of wealthy contributors to political candidates. But the Democrats included in the legislation a tiny provision for so-called "527" organizations that would allow ultra-wealthy radicals such as their ally George Soros to contribute unlimited sums of money to the parties and candidates of their choice. The leaders of one of these "Shadow Party" organizations, MoveOn.org, jointly said of the Democratic Party following the 2004 election (in which Democrat John Kerry lost by three million votes to George W. Bush): "Now it's our Party: we bought it, we own it…."

In February 2005 the party's ruling Democratic National Committee (DNC) selected as its new Chairman former Vermont Governor and failed 2004 Presidential primary candidate Howard Dean.

In the midterm elections of 2006, Democrats regained control of the House of Representatives and the Senate. In 2008 they increased their majorities in both houses of Congress. Also in 2008, they took control of the White House when Barack Obama was elected President.

Today's ruling Democratic Party faction, whose members include the so-called "Shadow Party" and its constituent elements, call themselves "progressive Democrats." These Democrats themselves have a leftwing faction in the House of Representatives which is formally organized into the Progressive Caucus.

Other Democratic Party factions include the following:

Southern Democrats by seniority used to chair most House and Senate committees, thereby wielding even more power than their numbers indicated. All were white during the past era of Democratic dominance, owing to Democrat success in suppressing African-American voting rights in segregated states, and most tended to be strong supporters of military spending. In the modern South, however, a majority of white voters have become conservative Republicans, and Democratic politicians are increasingly African-American and politically far to the left.

New Democrats are centrists associated with the Democratic Leadership Council. The best known of these is Bill Clinton. Others would include Senators Joseph Lieberman and Evan Bayh. President Clinton supported the death penalty, signed legislation that ended welfare as an entitlement, and signed into law the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) favored by business. New Democrats believe that the future survival and success of the Democratic Party depends on its being perceived as returning from the left to the political center.

Additional Democratic factions orbit specific special interest groups such as organized labor and the Congressional Black Caucus. These auxiliaries usually work in concert with the Progressive Caucus.

On December 8, 2009, former DNC Chairman Howard Dean said that “cooperation” between European socialists and the Democratic Party had “intensified significantly” over the preceding several years and involved “regular contact” at “Congress, Senate, party and foundation levels.” He added that “efforts have been remarkable from both sides.”

Democrats and the War on Terror:

As American soldiers encountered a fanatical Islamic enemy on the battlefields of Iraq beginning in 2003, prominent Democrats condemned President Bush as a deceiver who led them to war through “lies;” as a destroyer of American liberties; as a desecrator of the Constitution; as a usurper who stole his high office; as the architect of an “unnecessary war;” as a “fraud;” as a leader who “betrayed us;” and as a president who cynically sent the flower of American youth to die in foreign lands in order to enrich himself and his friends.

These charges were made not by fringe elements of the political spectrum, but by national leaders of the Democratic Party, including a former president, a former vice president and presidential candidate, and three members of the United States Senate (among them a one-time presidential candidate). These attacks occurred not after years of fighting in Iraq, when some might regard the result as a “quagmire,” but during the first months of the conflict, when the fighting had barely begun. They were made not over a war that was forced on Americans, or surreptitiously launched without their consent, but a war authorized by both political parties. They were directed not merely at its conduct, but at the rationale of the war itself—in other words, at the very justice of the American cause.

Although they voted for the bill to authorize the war, leaders of the Democratic Party, such as Senator Hillary Clinton, turned around after it was in progress and claimed that it was “George Bush’s war,” not theirs. They argued that Bush alone had decided to remove Saddam Hussein, when in fact it was a Democratic president, Bill Clinton, who had made regime change the policy of the United States.

Four years before Bush ordered American troops into Iraq, Clinton had asked Congress to pass an “Iraq Liberation Act,” which specifically called for regime change by force. To emphasize the seriousness with which he regarded the threat that Saddam posed, Clinton ordered the American military to fire more than four hundred cruise missiles into Iraq. The Iraq Liberation Act authorized American aid for any insurgent group that was ready to overthrow the regime. It was ratified by both political parties—Democrats and Republicans—with barely a dissenting vote.

In late 2002, when President Bush asked Congress to authorize the use of force to drive Saddam from power, a Democratic majority in the Senate supported his request. When American forces entered Iraq on March 19, 2003, a large majority of the Democratic leadership, including the former president, his secretaries of state and defense, and his entire national security team, supported the invasion. When the Iraqi regime was overthrown three weeks later, the Democratic leadership joined in the celebration, although some dissenters, such as Representative Nancy Pelosi, were already complaining that it cost too much.

But by mid-2003, many leading Democrats were contending that the war was “unnecessary” because Iraq posed “no threat.” They maintained that because the war in Iraq was a war of “choice,” it was therefore immoral.

Above all, they claimed the president had manipulated intelligence about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, and thus the premise of the war. But copies of the National Intelligence Estimate on which the president’s decision was based were provided to every Democratic senator who voted for or against it. The findings were confirmed by government intelligence agencies around the world, including those of France,Britain, Russia, and Jordan. In other words, President Bush could not have manipulated the intelligence on which the vote was based and the war was actually authorized.

In attempting to make the war in Iraq a sinister plot of the Bush administration, Democrats claimed that it was a distraction from the war with the Islamic terrorists who had attacked America. “The issue is the war they got us into,” Nancy Pelosi told 60 Minutes just before she became Speaker of the House. “If the president wants to say the war in Iraq is part of the war on terror, he’s not right.”

60 Minutes: Do you not think that the war in Iraq now, today, is the war on terror? 

Pelosi: No. The war on terror is the war in Afghanistan.

60 Minutes: But you don’t think that the terrorists have moved into Iraq now? 

Pelosi: They have. The jihadists in Iraq. But that doesn’t mean we stay there. They’ll stay there as long as we’re there.

60 Minutes: You mean if we leave Iraq, the terrorists will leave? 

Pelosi: Yes.

It was July 2003, only four months after American forces had entered Iraq, when the Democratic Party launched its first all-out attack on the president’s credibility and the morality of the war. The opening salvos were reported in a New York Times article: “Democratic presidential candidates offered a near-unified assault today on President Bush’s credibility in his handling of the Iraq War, signaling a shift in the political winds by aggressively invoking arguments most had shunned since the fall of Baghdad.”

While American forces battled al-Qaeda and Ba’athist insurgents in the Iraqi capital, the Democratic National Committee released a television ad that focused not on winning those battles, but on the very legitimacy of the war. The theme of the ad was “Read His Lips: President Bush Deceives the American People.” The alleged deception was sixteen words that had been included in the State of the Union address he delivered on the eve of the conflict.

These words summarized a British intelligence report claiming that Iraq had attempted to acquire fissionable uranium in the African state of Niger, thus indicating Saddam’s (well-known) intentions to develop nuclear weapons. The report was subsequently confirmed by a bipartisan Senate committee and a British investigative commission, but not until many months had passed and the Democratic attacks had taken their toll. On the surface, the attacks were directed at the president’s credibility for repeating the British claim. But their clear implication was to question the decision to go to war—in other words, to cast doubt on the credibility of the American cause. If Saddam had not sought fissionable uranium in Niger, it was suggested, then the White House had lied in describing Saddam as a threat.

In the midst of a war, and in the face of a determined terrorist resistance in Iraq, Democrats had launched an attack on America’s presence on the field of battle. This separated their assault from the normal criticism of war policies. Senator John Edwards, then a candidate for the Democrats’ 2004 presidential nomination, had voted to authorize the war and was still claiming to support it. In an interview with the New York Times, he identified the significance of the Democrats’ attack: “The most important attribute that any president has is his credibility—his credibility with the American people, with its allies and with the world.” But even as Edwards said this, he joined the Democrats’ attack, publicly insinuating that the president was a liar who had deceived the American people on the gravest issue imaginable. “When the president’s own statements are called into question,” Edwards explained to the reporter, “it’s a very serious matter.”

General Ion Mihai Pacepa was the highest-ranking intelligence official ever to defect from the Soviet bloc during the Cold War. In a commentary about the attacks on President Bush during the war in Iraq, Pacepa recalled: “Sowing the seeds of anti-Americanism by discrediting the American president was one of the main tasks of the Soviet-bloc intelligence community during the years I worked at its top levels.” No president can marshal his nation’s resources if his people distrust him or don’t believe in their own cause. To attack a president’s credibility in the middle of a war, over a matter as ambiguous as a sixteen-word summary of an allied intelligence report, is an attempt to undermine the war itself.

During the Vietnam War, General Pacepa wrote, Soviet intelligence “spread vitriolic stories around the world, pretending that America’s presidents sent Genghis Khan-style barbarian soldiers to Vietnam who raped at random, taped electrical wires to human genitals, cut off limbs, blew up bodies and razed entire villages. Those weren’t facts. They were our tales, but ... as Yuri Andropov, who conceived this dezinformatsiya war against the U.S., used to tell me, people are more willing to believe smut than holiness.”

Nor did this Soviet campaign to discredit the United States stop with Vietnam. As Pacepa explains: “The final goal of our anti-American offensive was to discourage the United States from protecting the world against communist terrorism and expansion. Sadly, we succeeded. After U.S. forces precipitously pulled out of Vietnam, the victorious communists massacred some two million people in Vietnam, Laos andCambodia. Another million tried to escape, but many died in the attempt. This tragedy also created a credibility gap between America and the rest of the world, damaged the cohesion of American foreign policy, and poisoned domestic debate in the United States.”

Dissent is a cherished and justly protected right in a democracy. But it is also a privilege. The right to dissent exists only on condition that the government that guarantees it is able to defend itself against enemies who would destroy it. No bulwark has been more durable or more important to the stability and survival of America’s democratic order than the solidarity of its leaders in wartime. A president under relentless attack from the domestic opposition has less political space for flexible response. The more severe the attacks, the more limited his room for political maneuver. If the Bush administration was slow to admit error in the Iraq War, or to take corrective measures on the field of battle, the unrestrained attacks on its integrity and motives were undoubtedly a significant factor.

The reckless criticism by opponents of the war also buoyed enemy morale.

Democrats offered an explanation for their defection from a war they originally supported: the president was to blame. But this is a claim that will not stand up to even the most cursory inspection. Between the invasion of Iraq in March 2003, which the Democrats supported, and their attacks on the legitimacy of the war, which began in June, three months later, no event transpired on the battlefield and no change took place in the administration’s war policy that would explain their defection. What changed was the internal politics of the Democratic Party, and this was a direct result of the antiwar campaign organized by the Left.

By coincidence, the buildup to the war took place during the early stages of a presidential-primary campaign, in the winter and spring of 2003. By June, the candidacy of an obscure Vermont governor named Howard Dean, a veteran of the anti-Vietnam Left, had gathered such momentum that he appeared to have become the frontrunner for the Democratic nomination. It was this political fact that precipitated an about-face on the war by more prominent Democrats, such as John Kerry and John Edwards, who eventually captured the party’s nominations. It was the antiwar radicals in the Dean campaign, not any events on the ground in Iraq, that produced the change in the position of leading Democrats and eventually of the Democratic Party as a whole. It was the political force of the antiwar movement, rather than any fact about the war, that explains the change.

Democrats believe that the War on Terror began as a blunder committed by the Bush administration, even an invention of the Bush administration, rather than an actual war that was declared on America by Osama bin Laden and the global forces of Islamofascism. This was the point of the celebrated statement candidate John Edwards made in 2007, during the presidential primary campaign: “The war on terror is a slogan designed only for politics,” Edwards claimed. “It is not a strategy to make America safe. It’s a bumper sticker, not a plan.” And further: “We need a post-Bush, post-9-11, post-Iraq military that is mission-focused on protecting Americans from 21st century threats, not misused for discredited ideological purposes. By framing this as a war, we have walked right into the trap the terrorists have set—that we are engaged in some kind of clash of civilizations and a war on Islam.”

The same point had been made by the billionaire Democrat financier George Soros a year earlier. In a Wall Street Journal article, he explained that the War on Terror was “a misleading figure of speech [which] applied literally has unleashed a real war fought on several fronts—Iraq, Gaza, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Somalia—a war that has killed thousands of innocent civilians and enraged millions around the world . . . [W]e can escape it only if we Americans repudiate the war on terror as a false metaphor.”

In this view, George Bush and America were responsible for the war that radical Islam had launched against the United States.

Democrats and Socialism:

In April 2010, the official website of the Social Democrats USA (SDUSA) revealed that organization's ties to the Democratic Party. Describing itself as a "Party Within a Party," SDUSA stated the following:

"The Social Democrats, USA kept the name Socialist Party for our political arm because we are the party of Eugene Debs, Mother Jones, Helen Keller, Carl Sandburg, Norman Thomas, A. Philip Randolph, Bayard Rustin, and thousands of people who worked to build the civil rights and trade union movements in this country. Many good folks gave their lives in these movements.

"The Socialist Party, USA, in 1956, chose to stop running candidates of its own, except on rare occasion. During the 1960's, we began to work in the Democratic Party. This is where our allies in the civil rights and trade union movement worked and continue to work politically. We are proud of what we helped accomplish within the Democratic Party, particularly the civil rights legislation and anti-poverty programs of the the 1960's. The struggle continues....

"Our movement has been involved in the left wing of the Democratic Party since 1947. Socialist Party members helped found Americans for Democratic Action. ADA is this country's premiere "anti-Communist, liberal" organization. We are proud of our long relationships with Eleanor Roosevelt, Hubert Humphrey, and others. We look forward to forging a good working relationship with our fellow pro-labor, anti-totalitarian, left Democrats."

Late in 2010, Communist Party USA member C.J. Atkins called for his comrades to drop their "communist" label, so that they could work more effectively inside the Democratic Party. Soon thereafter, Joe Sims, co-editor of the CPUSA publication Peoples World, acknowledged not only that collaboration with the the Democrats "will be an area of engagement for those wanting to make a difference," but also that communists might someday be able to "capture" the Democratic Party entirely. Sims warned, however, against dissolving the CPUSA entirely into the Democratic Party. Rather, he advised his organization to remain a separate entity, working both inside and outside the Democratic Party as circumstances required.

Democratic Platform Endorses Taxpayer-Funded Abortions:

On September 4, 2012, The Weekly Standard reported:

The 2012 Democratic party will officially adopt an extreme position on the issue of abortion on Tuesday. According to a copy of the party platform, which was released online just before midnight on Monday, "The Democratic Party strongly and unequivocally supports Roe v. Wade and a woman’s right to make decisions regarding her pregnancy, including a safe and legal abortion, regardless of ability to pay."

That last part--"regardless of ability to pay"--is an endorsement of taxpayer-funded abortions, a policy that President Obama has personally endorsed. Obama wants Medicaid to pay directly for elective abortions, and Obamacare will allow beneficiaries to use federal subsidies to purchase health care plans that cover elective abortions.

According to a 2009 Quinnipiac poll, 72 percent of voters oppose public funding of abortion and 23 percent support it. In other words, public funding of abortion--a policy President Obama actively supports--is as unpopular as banning abortion in the case of rape, a policy on which the media have focused much attention over the past two weeks despite the fact that neither presidential candidate supports it.

The 2012 Democratic party also endorses an unrestricted right to abortion-on-demand. According to the platform, on the issue of abortion "there is no place for politicians or government to get in the way."


Pro-Israel language is removed from the Democratic Party platform:


On September 4, 2012, FreeBeacon.com reported the following:

Several pro-Israel sections of the 2008 Democratic Party platform have been removed from the 2012 platform—on Jerusalem, Palestinian refugees, and Hamas. The new platform represents another shift by the Obama Democrats toward the Palestinian position on key issues in the peace process.

For Jerusalem, the new platform has been brought into line with the Obama administration’s policy of not recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and supporting its division. Jerusalem is unmentioned in the 2012 document, whereas the 2008 and 2004 Democratic Party platforms declared “Jerusalem is and will remain the capital of Israel…It should remain an undivided city accessible to people of all faiths.” The Obama administration’s refusal to recognize Jerusalem has been a point of significant controversy in recent months.

On the issue of Palestinian refugees, the new document has removed language from the 2004 and 2008 platforms specifying that Palestinian “refugees” should be settled in a future Palestinian state, not in Israel.

The 2004 platform: “The creation of a Palestinian state should resolve the issue of Palestinian refugees by allowing them to settle there, rather than in Israel.”

The 2008 platform: The peace process “should resolve the issue of Palestinian refugees by allowing them to settle there, rather than in Israel.”

The 2012 platform contains no language on the matter.

Previously, Obama has incorporated the Palestinian positions on Jerusalem and borders into his administration’s policies. It appears that with his party’s new platform, he is also doing so with refugees.

Gone as well is the language from 2008 on the terrorist group Hamas, which currently controls the Gaza Strip. That platform declared, “The United States and its Quartet partners should continue to isolate Hamas until it renounces terrorism, recognizes Israel’s right to exist, and abides by past agreements.”

The 2012 platform contains no mention of Hamas.

Previous platforms also contained promises to maintain Israel’s “qualitative military edge” in the region. The 2008 platform, for example, spoke of a “commitment which requires us to ensure that Israel retains a qualitative edge for its national security and its right to self-defense.” The 2012 platform mentions only that “[t]he administration has also worked to ensure Israel’s qualitative military edge in the region,” with no commitment to doing so in the future.

The Democratic platform also eliminated its previous assertion that: "We need a government that stands up for the hopes, values, and interests of working people, and gives everyone willing to work hard the chance to make the most of their God-given potential."

Democrats reinstate mentions of Israel and God in party platform, after public outcry:

On September 5, following much public criticism of the fact that the Democratic Party platform had failed to identify Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and had eliminated any reference to God, Democrats amended the platform to restore the references to Jerusalem and God. Party delegates meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina, approved the two amendments after three voice votes and over the objections of many people on the convention floor. The passage of the amendments required a two-thirds majority. But each of the three voice votes seemed to indicate that the two sides were about evenly split, perhaps even that those opposed to the amendments outnumbered those in favor. The lack of a clear two-thirds majority was what caused the Democratic Convention chairman, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, to call for the second and third voice votes. In each instance, it was clear that a two-thirds majority did not exist. Nonetheless, following the third voice vote Villaraigosa announced that the amendments had been passed.

The section titled "Democrats and the War on Terror" is adapted from "Party of Defeat," authored by David Horowitz and Ben Johnson and published by FrontPageMag.com on April 11, 2008.

 

 

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