On Sunday, legendary author Alexander Solzhenitsyn died at age 89. He is most famous for his graphic descriptions of Soviet labor camps that shocked the senses of his western readers. So how pivotal of a figure was Solzhenitsyn in the Cold War era? Read the story below, listen to our podcast and share your opinions!
Presumptive Democratic nominee Barack Obama unveiled his energy agenda on Monday. He and his supporters say it’s the best way to move forward, economically and environmentally. However, Republicans say Obama is all about raising taxes and they contend anything short of exhausting all energy producing methods is not good enough. So who is right? Read the story. listen to the podcast and tell us what you think!
Democrats adjourned Congress until after Labor Day on Friday. They turned off the lights, cameras and microphones and left town. But 50-60 Republican members stayed on the House floor to demand Congress return to session and vote to expand offshore oil drilling.
Are Democrats ignoring the will of the people? Are Republicans just grandstanding?
Check out the story, listen to the podcast with Rep. Kevin Brady and tell us which party is right!
This week, Massachusetts lifted its 95-year-old law forbidding non-residents to marry in the state.
As one of only two states in the U.S. allowing “gay marriage”, will Massachusetts spark a legal
firestorm that will end at the Supreme Court?
Read the story, listen to the podcast with Chuck Donovan of the Family Research Council and give
us your opinion!
Earlier in the week Barack Obama held a 49-40 percent lead in the Gallup Daily Tracking Poll. Now they are deadlocked at 44 percent each.
Did Obama lose the lead or did McCain start gaining?
Check out the polling trends over the past few days at the link below, listen to the podcast with Gallup Editor-in-Chief Frank Newport and tell us what you think is responsible for the tightening race?
On Thursday, the Commerce Department announced the economy grew by 1.9 percent in the second quarter of 2008. That means we are not in a recession and have not been in one during this entire economic downturn.
Does this suggest the doom and gloom is overblown? Or do other economic indicators such as inflation and the price of gasoline prove that we are in an economic mess, regardless of what the official numbers suggest?
Read more in the link below and share your thoughts with us!