More David Limbaugh Articles

  • Republicans shouldn't be comforted by resignation of Kathleen Sebelius

    As horrible as Kathleen Sebelius has been as this nation's Health and Human Services secretary, she has been exactly who President Obama has wanted her to be.

  • Obama's politicized, lawless executive branch

    Under the administration of President Obama, as never before in my lifetime, there is reason to be a bit afraid of the federal government. I have written two books documenting Obama's abuses of power, his assaults on the Constitution, his wars against business and energy, his abominably...

  • Leftist thought gangsters strike again in Mozilla CEO firing

    Let me see whether I have this right. Brendan Eich was forced to step down as CEO of Mozilla because it became public that he opposed same-sex marriage, the same position that President Obama, darling of the LGBT community, held prior to his phony conversion. Why didn't the left demand that...

  • President Obama, tackled in the end zone, has no reason to celebrate

    It's one thing to spike the football when you actually score a touchdown, but why is President Obama celebrating in the end zone when he just got tackled for a safety? What on earth is this man boasting about? Boasting is obnoxious enough when the braggart in question has accomplished...

  • 'It was important for us to suffer,' say Christians imprisoned in Iran

    On Sunday, two remarkable Christian women, Maryam Rostampour and Marziyeh Amirizadeh, spoke at our church, describing their harrowing tale of imprisonment by the Iranian regime because of their Christian faith. Both were raised in Muslim homes in Iran but never embraced Islam. As young adults,...

  • Obamacare is a fitting noose around Democrats' necks

    Pollster Celinda Lake's advice to fellow Democrats to take a midway position in the 2014 congressional campaigns is flawed because it can't be sold as honest. Reacting to results from her bipartisan Battleground Poll that show Obamacare to be a political loser, Lake said: "Don't defend it. Say...

  • There's nothing 'live and let live' about the Orwellian pro-abortion Left

    It's fitting that the pro-abortion crowd dominating the Obama executive branch is not about to adopt a "live and let live" attitude toward its opponents in litigation concerning the government's effort to force corporations to subsidize the killing of human beings. The Affordable Care Act, an...

  • Opposing voter ID laws in the name of race is insulting to minorities

    This is a headline we should never see in the United States: "Federal judge: Yes, Arizona and Kansas can require voters to prove their citizenship." The fact that this issue would be disputed at all is astonishing. That it is legally contested is stunning. That the prime mover in initiating...

  • Make Democrats pay for Obamacare and Obamanomics

    My humble advice to the GOP: Don't look a gift horse in the mouth. Don't fail to grasp the significance of the Florida election. Make Democrats pay for their president and their shared agenda.

  • Obama, in his sole discretion

    With each passing day, President Obama, leftism personified, demonstrates that leftism is characterized by anything other than the human compassion it claims as its exclusive possession. I've always said leftists are about not compassion or treating people with sensitivity and respect, much...

  • Obamacare just keeps on tanking

    How I pray we don't get so numb to the endless nightmarish stories of Obamacare that we become fatalistic and resigned to its continued existence. As an antidote to that, I submit another update.

  • Finally, one Obama radical bites the dust

    This week, the Senate, by a slim margin assured by opportunist Democrats up for re-election, rejected the nomination of Debo Adegbile, another radical Obama nominee, to head the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department. The feckless Democratic senators who broke ranks with his royalness...

  • The closed mind of the open-minded Robert Kaiser

    Former Washington Post Managing Editor Robert Kaiser took to the opinion pages of the Post to lament the disintegration of the good old days in Washington when political life was wonderfully collegial and lawmakers had fun governing. Oh, the irony of this Beltway liberal's devoting 2,225 words...



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