Craig Shirley

May 9, 2019
Enter Mark Levin and his new, important book, "Unfreedom of the Press." Levin is a warrior of the right of longstanding. His earlier bestsellers have been must-reads.

Apr 29, 2019
It was 1975, a time of hot tensions between the Soviet Union and America during the Cold War.

Mar 20, 2019
Politics is not always a zero-sum game.

May 28, 2018
Presidential historian Craig Shirley outlines his top 10 (plus one) best, or at least the most consequential, of political films of all time in a questsin exclusive.

Jul 6, 2017
Just as the left has always been wrong and American conservatism has been right. Leiken had the wisdom to change. Leiken became a great American because he had the courage to change. Robert S. Leiken, RIP. 

May 6, 2016
Power cannot be destroyed not created. It can only be moved around. Power, in the GOP, has over the years moved from the local party operatives and state parties and elected officials to the Washington-based consulting and media classes.

Feb 18, 2016
The Republicans announced almost immediately that they would block all of Obama’s nominees to the court, and yet in doing so they are missing a great opportunity to educate America.

Jan 13, 2016
Rockefeller was too liberal, too overbearing, too Eastern establishment, too rich, too cosmopolitan. A conflicted and controversial, but ultimately good man who’d lost his way in national politics and whose party had discarded him several years earlier.

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