California High School student Ben Wolman recently wrote an essay, for which he won an award in a Profiles in Courage contest, called “John Morse: Small Price to Pay.” Wolman and I have different definitions of “courage.” Wolman paints then-Senate-President…
It is important for ordinary citizens to defend their rights in their local communities. When elected officials forget whose money they are spending and whose rights they are eroding—when they forget who’s the boss and who’s the public servant—then it’s up to citizens to speak out and reset the balance.
Laura Carno isn’t a politician, but she fully understands how regular citizens can affect the political process. By speaking out about the right of Colorado gun owners, she’s helping others become involved in the fight.
Senator Mark Udall lied when he said we could keep our health care plans and doctors. His vote led to 250,000 health plan cancellations in Colorado alone.
What's at stake in this recall election is the definition of the relationship between citizens and their government officials.
A frequent conributor on Cam Edwards' radio show and podcast for NRA News.