Barack Obama needs to be honest about guns, and both sides need to reconnect with reality, says Michael Medved.
Michael Medved hosts a nationally syndicated daily radio talk show heard by more than 4 million listeners. He is also the author of 12 nonfiction books, most recently The 5 Big Lies About American Business.
One simple formula could end our debt squabbles—by truly sharing the pain. By Michael Medved.
The election of more women to Congress is no guarantee of less dysfunction and partisanship, says Michael Medved.
Certainly the president’s a big government Democrat, but his refusal to push the country off the cliff proves he’s not set on sinking the economy. By Michael Medved.
Our government has been hijacked by a party obsessed with a higher power: liberals.
The movie musical’s enchantment with revolution ignores the true lessons of history, writes Michael Medved.
Turning the presidential losing streak around will take nominees like McCain. Michael Medved explains.
Obama would have us believe tax cuts for the rich are to blame for all our problems, says Michael Medved.
The feds slapped a $41 million tax bill on a family for a Rauschenberg the government says they can never sell—a case of taxation run amok, says Michael Medved.
Our population is aging—and statistics show many maturing voters turn conservative, says Michael Medved.