31 October 2008

The McCainiac let loose in Johnstown

Guy Rundle reports from Pennsylvania, a state divided by the culture wars which McCain and Palin are desperate to win.

30 October 2008

Why shouldn’t money and politics mix?

Liberals once complained about candidates ‘buying elections’. Yet now that Obama is raking it in, they’ve shut up.

23 October 2008

Sarah Palin: a gift from god for East Coast comics

Tina Fey’s zany skits on Sarah Palin unwittingly expose the anti-smalltown, redneck-baiting beliefs of America’s big-city liberals.

20 October 2008

Why the crisis-rattled elite is banking on Obama

The endorsement of Obama by every liberal’s favourite Republican, Colin Powell, springs from disarray and desperation in DC circles.

14 October 2008

Republican rallies: the myth of a crazed mob

The liberal media’s depiction of McCain supporters as a Weimar-like gang of rednecks shows their own fear of the white working class.

7 October 2008

The whole presidential election is a sideshow

Many now look upon the Palin-Biden clash as a ‘sideshow’. In truth, this entire contest has become irrelevant to real-world events.

29 September 2008

Obama v McCain: a battle to Not Lose

Despite the hype, round one of the televised presidential debates lacked vision or even a verbal punch-up.

22 September 2008

How the culture wars killed free expression

Christopher Shinn, the writer of new political play Now or Later, explains how campus censorship strangles debate.

18 September 2008

The future of America: out of one, many

While a new census reveals that US whites will be a minority by 2042, a dominant cultural majority has long been lacking.

16 September 2008

Challenging the politics of passivity

Whether lecturing parents or exaggerating security threats, both Obama and McCain see Americans as helpless victims.