Kayleigh McEnany

Paul Ryan: The Perfect Foil To Barack Obama

Mitt Romney couldn’t have made a better selection for his vice presidential nominee than Paul Ryan, or a better foil to highlight President Barack Obama’s shortcomings.

Newsweek Gets It Wrong: Obama Is The Real Wimp

It?s time for the liberal mainstream media to get their story straight. Is Mitt Romney an arrogant, ruthless business tycoon or is he a wimpy, weenie mouse as this week?s Newsweek cover alleges?

Obama's Detrimental Transformation Of America

There is an undeniable transformation happening to the United States of America. For some it is subtle, for some it is overt, for some it is seemingly nonexistent. But, for all, it is disastrous and happening before our very eyes.

Dinner with Barack: Hardly a Liberal Experience

Dinner with Barack -- for the liberal Democrat, few things sound better than free food with their fearless leader. Four prize dinners with the Great One -- awarded by drawing -- have come and gone; but have no fear, Dinner with Barack V is here.

Beware Of Mitt The Mormon

The New York Times has done it again. They?ve succeeded in breaking yet another cutting-edge news story on Sunday?s front page: ?Beware, Mitt Romney is a Mormon.?

It's Unethical To Eat Meat, Or So The Liberal Media Says

In an article titled ?Calling All Carnivores,? the New York Times Magazine issued a challenge to its readers in early April, asking them to make a case for why it?s ethical to eat meat, illustrating yet again the liberal bias of the mainstream media.

President Obama Just Doesn’t Get It

If President Barack Obama has demonstrated anything of note this week it’s that he simply doesn’t get it. He has zero grasp of what made America great and, as a result, no capacity to fix our problems.

The Unjust War on the Righteous

As part of an undeniable war on Christianity, New York City is set to evict 17,000 churchgoers who use schools as a place of worship. (As if eliminating any reference to Christmas was not bad enough.)

What’s Wrong with Being Rich?

The setting was Puritan Boston in 1642. Hester Prynne emerged from prison rejected, condemned, and spurned. Her crime? Conceiving a child from an adulterous affair. Her punishment? Wearing a scarlet letter A on her chest and bearing the wrath of her town along with it.