Campaign 2010

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Fighting eisegesis

Fighting eisegesis

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Campaign 2010 | Meeting the challenge of this crucial election and the ones to come

A bigger wave

A bigger wave

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Campaign 2010 | Former Rep. Dick Armey says the 2010 election will have more lasting effects than the 1994 'tsunami' because this time it's about ideas

Drastic measures

Drastic measures

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Politics | Election Day isn't only about the candidates; voters in several states will also decide the outcome of contentious ballot proposals

'Holes in our national trust'

'Holes in our national trust'

By Edward Lee Pitts
Posted

Campaign 2010 | As disappointment with government grows, once-safe Democratic seats turn precarious in the campaign's final days

Infected by arrogance

Infected by arrogance

By Joel Belz
Posted

Campaign 2010 | On the eve of an important election, both parties could use a lesson in modesty

Energy and anger

Energy and anger

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Politics | Cap and trade is becoming a hot issue in places like New Mexico, with voter wrath aimed at House members who supported the scheme

Tea Party triumph?

Tea Party triumph?

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Politics | Senate leader Harry Reid wanted a race against Sharron Angle. But Tea Party activism, plus disdain for Reid, is making the Nevada Senate race a very close one

The hubris of a statist

The hubris of a statist

By Cal Thomas
Posted

Campaign 2010 | President Obama reminds me of the type of man so many single women complain about on a date. He only wants to talk about himself: "But enough about me, now…

Victory and idolatry

Victory and idolatry

By D.C. Innes
Posted

Campaign 2010 | It is tempting during election seasons to think that politics is much more than it is. Especially when one party is poised to trounce the other, one side may…

Prison break

Prison break

By Emily Belz
Posted

Campaign 2010 | Prison minister Dale Glading seeks to move from the Big House to the House of Representatives

The Constitution as a Magic Slate

The Constitution as a Magic Slate

By Ken Blackwell
Posted

Campaign 2010 | U.S. Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Mass., was being pressed in a live TV debate, so he may be excused for blurting out the truth. Here's a portion of what he said (see…

Republicanism at work

Republicanism at work

By D.C. Innes
Posted

Campaign 2010 | The people are angry. Congress has an approval rating of 21 percent. The president's approval rating has fallen to 45 percent, down from over 60 percent right…

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