Articles By Kayleigh McEnany
Six months ago, Occupy Wall Street was an endangered species. Now, it’s safe to say, OWS is extinct, and for the betterment of our country.
Voters continually claim that one issue is most important to them this election. It’s an area where President Barack Obama fails miserably and, for that reason, is trying desperately to avoid it -- the economy.
On Sept. 11, 2001, America was attacked. In the weeks that followed, America responded, not with partisan accusations or political games, but by coming together.
Mitt Romney couldn’t have made a better selection for his vice presidential nominee than Paul Ryan or a better foil to highlight President Barack Obama’s shortcomings.
Maybe you’ve heard the accusations that the opening ceremony was a leftist propaganda campaign. That’s all true, but it goes far deeper than that.
It’s time for the liberal mainstream media to get their story straight. Is Mitt Romney an arrogant, ruthless business tycoon or is he a wimpy, weenie mouse as this week’s Newsweek cover alleges?
The other side of the coin -- receiving less attention but meriting far more -- is President Barack Obama's determination to preserve the Bush tax cuts for those under the $250,000 threshold.
There is an undeniable transformation happening to the United States of America. For some, it is subtle, for some, it is overt, and for some, it is seemingly nonexistent. But, for all, it is disastrous and happening before our very eyes.
We commemorate our independence from tyranny, and we remember the blood that was shed and the lives that were lost in the formation of this exceptional country.
The Supreme Court has spoken, the president has spoken, and Congress has spoken. Now it is time for the American people to speak.