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Unions had a really lousy year in 2012. Governor Scott Walker was retained in office despite an all-out union effort to have him recalled. Indiana...

When he was only 28 years old, Abraham Lincoln delivered an address before the Young Men's Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois. The speech included Lincoln’s plea to...

The extent to which George McGovern, who died in late October, was identified with American liberalism itself can be seen in headlines of his various...

This is why it’s absurd when people bemoan the insularity of the conservative media, as if this is a phenomenon found exclusively on the right....

Yesterday I discussed the devolution of union protests in Michigan into violence. Soon after that post, the "reported" violence against a conservative activist was confirmed...

Yesterday a landmark event happened in Michigan. The Wolverine State--which is not simply home of the United Auto Workers but in many respects is the...

Earlier this afternoon, lawmakers in Michigan approved right-to-work legislation for public employees 58-51, sending the bill to the Republican governor, Rick Snyder, who has been...

Bills that would make Michigan the 24th state to adopt a right-to-work law have passed the Michigan Senate and House, both in Republican hands. If...

As I wrote last night, liberal analysts are right when they point out that the preponderance of state polls have greatly strengthened President Obama’s hopes...

Republicans should be happy about the latest polls coming out of Pennsylvania. Two of the three polls conducted there in the last few days show...

Today’s NBC News/Marist poll has President Obama and Mitt Romney virtually tied in New Hampshire, North Carolina and -- most troubling for the president --...

As Jonathan noted, the latest poll out of Michigan is more evidence that the state is seriously in play for Mitt Romney. Take into account...