(By Rebecca Savranskey) Former Sen. Bill Armstrong (R-Colo.) died Tuesday at age 79 after battling cancer for about five years. Armstrong was a member of the Colorado state House of Representatives and a member of
(By Lawrence Arboleda) William L. (Bill) Armstrong, former US Senator and Colorado Christian University president, died Tuesday after a five-year battle with cancer, the Washington Times reports. Armstrong, who was considered a legend in Colorado
(By John Gizzi) When the news arrived Wednesday afternoon that Bill Armstrong died after a five-year bout with cancer, people who knew the former two-term Republican senator from Colorado primarily remembered him as one of
(By Joy Overbeck, '76 Contributor) Since Trump’s entirely predictable sweep of the liberal Republicans in the Eastern primaries, the conservative as well as liberal media under the banner of “Trump the Inevitable” have been endlessly repeating their
(By Krista Kafer, '76 Contributor) Would she sleep with him for $1 million? "Sure." How about $50? "Of course not," she snapped. "What do think I am?" "We've established that," he said, "Now we're just haggling." The
“Ambition must be made to counteract ambition. The interest of the man must be connected with the constitutional rights of the place. It may be a reflection on human nature, that such devices should be
Charles C.W. Cooke’s The Conservatarian Manifesto is a delightful call for a fusion of conserva(tive) and (liber)tarian ideals into a new synthesis that can lead the right to victory after eight years under George W.
(Denver) Whenever the Democrats win an election (e.g. 2008, 2012) they promptly issue an obituary for the Republican Party helpfully amplified by the Mainstream Media.
A new civil rights agenda is taking shape in America, and the institution best suited by history to carry this agenda forward is the Republican Party. Look at the record of 160 years:
Anyone who has been paying attention to American politics for the past decade can recognize that the United States faces some serious problems at the start of the 21st century. Will this be another American Century? Nobody knows, but the trends seem disappointing. Exacerbating this is a political culture that has turned its back on trying to find reasonable solutions to the problems we face.