A ‘Lie’: A Truth That Democrats Don’t Like
By David Harsanyi
Or as DG Myers tweeted, “at least, a contestable proposition they are too lazy to contest.” Democrats are energetically attempting to create the perception that Republicans — specifically, Paul Ryan — are running around Tampa making stuff up about Barack Obama (as if that’s necessary). And when I say Democrats, as regrettably cliché as it may sound, I also mean the mainstream media.
The Romney/Ryan Revolution Begins
By Gary L. Bauer
Representative Paul Ryan really fired up the crowd last night! His speech was energetic and hopeful. But Ryan also made clear the real distinction between Obama’s statist, big government philosophy and our belief in free markets and democratic capitalism. It was a good balance between attacking Obama and promoting Mitt Romney.
Paul Ryan: Winner
By Erick Erickson
He did what he had to do — convince independent voters that it is okay to like Obama, okay to have voted for Obama, and okay to want to replace Barack Obama. His speech was not for the GOP. His speech was for independents.
Romney’s red tide – Ticket stubs, book sales and music downloads predict Obama defeat
By The Washington Times
Polls show a neck-and-neck horse race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney for the presidency, but it might not be so close in November. Lines at movie theaters, book purchases and music downloads all point to a red tide in November.
RNC Convention Underway
By Gary L. Bauer
In spite of yesterday’s washout, spirits are high in Tampa. Tonight Americans tuning in from around the country will hear from former Senator Rick Santorum, former Democratic Congressman Artur Davis, Gov. Scott Walker, Ann Romney and Gov. Chris Christie.
Republican Party platform best yet – Reagan’s three-legged stool upheld
By Phyllis Schlafly
The Republican Party platform may be the best one ever adopted. The party has long since learned that fiscal, social and sovereignty issues cannot be ignored or separated, but must be addressed as all part of a national campaign.