Chris Adamo column
Chris Adamo
Christopher G. Adamo is a freelance writer and staff writer for the New Media Alliance. He lives in southeastern Wyoming. He has been active in local and state politics for many years and is a managing partner in Best American Buy (, an e-commerce business that markets products exclusively made in America. His contact information and archives can be found at

An ominous setup for the 2012 elections
Chris Adamo
October 6, 2011

It is altogether unfortunate that Herman Cain opted to play the race card in his quest for the Republican presidential nomination. In an interview on ABC, Cain . . .

The Rick Perry/Mitt Romney political "horserace"
Chris Adamo
September 22, 2011

It would be a mistake to believe that the "mainstream" media and press are only interested in boosting ratings as they play up the contest between Texas . . .

No "common ground" with the left
Chris Adamo
September 14, 2011

Among the most desperate and futile efforts by an extreme leftist to don a mantle of credibility is New York Times columnist Paul Krugman's characterization of . . .

America's economy is interwoven with its morality
Chris Adamo
September 8, 2011

With this week's Republican debate having gained a major position in the media spotlight and actually a delay in Barack Obama's over-hyped "Jobs" (read: Deficit . . .

Liberals and "moderates" unwittingly campaign for Perry
Chris Adamo
September 1, 2011

All too predictably, the insidious onslaught against Texas Governor Rick Perry is now in full swing. On the heels of the very first rumors last spring that he . . .

Liberals redefine "extremism" and the "political center"
Chris Adamo
August 25, 2011

Among the major factors inspiring the conservative grassroots across America to take action is the seeming inability of those in office to stand fast against . . .

Liberalism's "new" strategy: the same old lies
Chris Adamo
August 18, 2011

Perhaps the most profound quality common to liberals is their ability to keep straight faces (or even look gravely serious) while spewing the most hysterical . . .

A litany of Obama administration failures
Chris Adamo
August 11, 2011

By now everybody who regularly receives e-mail "forwards" has seen the one showing Barack Obama ostensibly standing in front of a devastated landscape that . . .

GOP leadership never took deficit reduction seriously
Chris Adamo
August 5, 2011

Now that the debt ceiling deal passed in Congress and was quickly signed by Barack Obama, key players from both major parties will no doubt want immediately to . . .

America's current fiscal crisis in perspective
Chris Adamo
July 28, 2011

Behavioral counselors overwhelmingly agree that people cannot break destructive habits without first being made to recognize the harmful nature of their actions . . .

Atlanta school system scandal: liberalism on parade
Chris Adamo
July 14, 2011

In the wake of the horrendous cheating scandal that has been exposed in the Atlanta public school system, in which nearly two hundred teachers and high-level . . .

Debt ceiling crisis: America at a crossroads
Chris Adamo
July 8, 2011

While it is important not to offer excuses that might enable Congressional Republicans to retreat on the debt ceiling battle, the American people need to . . .

Michele Bachmann shows how to engage media
Chris Adamo
June 30, 2011

Let the pretenders continue with their platitudes about the general sincerity of Fox News reporter Chris Wallace and the "unintentional" nature of his recent . . .

Jon Huntsman: Everything "Reagan" except the substance
Chris Adamo
June 23, 2011

How is it that in 2011 every aspiring Republican presidential contender seeks to cast himself as the new incarnation of Ronald Reagan, a president who in his . . .

Why 2012 may be starkly different from 1996
Chris Adamo
June 9, 2011

Ever since the elections of 2010, the propagandists of the left have been proclaiming America's shift back to the "middle," meaning away from the fervent . . .

America at its pinnacle
Chris Adamo
June 2, 2011

Last Wednesday marked the fiftieth anniversary of a monumental crossroads in America's history; a moment in which the nation, in the face of a seemingly . . .

Why America needs Governor Perry to run
Chris Adamo
May 27, 2011

So far in this presidential election cycle, the Republicans are off to a less than rousing start. Primarily, their weakness results from an inability to . . .

Revenge of the "ruling class"
Chris Adamo
May 19, 2011

On May 10, 2011 a Wyoming grassroots organization created a political firestorm within the state's Republican Party by sending an e-mail to its office holders . . .

Democrat desperation and the Mitch Daniels ruse
Chris Adamo
May 12, 2011

It is difficult to arrive at a single, concise definition of the Tea Party, the issues that drive its participants, and what it represents for America. Some sub . . .

The unshakable appeal of a Trump candidacy
Chris Adamo
April 28, 2011

If establishment Republicans have their way, the history of 1995 and 1996 will repeat itself, which portends that despite their enormous mid-term gains, Barack . . .

Reality clashes with Obama's promised utopia
Chris Adamo
April 21, 2011

In virtually every situation where the U.S. government should be working on behalf of the country, as well as many that it should leave alone, it is . . .

Democrats' obsessive efforts to fracture tea party
Chris Adamo
April 14, 2011

Sadly for America, as of last Friday it has now been irrefutably established that, barring a government shutdown, the ravages of Congressional spending will . . .

Fiscal armageddon looms while Democrats play games
Chris Adamo
April 8, 2011

By their own words, Washington Democrats are daily proving that they are not serious about dealing with the nation's budgetary crisis. Therefore it must be . . .

Divided and twisted Democrat loyalties endanger America
Chris Adamo
March 31, 2011

This past month, Republican Congressman Peter King of New York held hearings on the radicalization of Muslims in the United States. In light of the Islam/Sharia . . .

Truth and lies of a government "shutdown"
Chris Adamo
March 24, 2011

In broad daylight, after having won a landslide victory last November, congressional Republicans are engineering the most embarrassing surrender since Napoleon . . .

Ongoing efforts to derail the tea party
Chris Adamo
March 17, 2011

When the burgeoning Tea Party first became apparent in early 2009, the Democrat/media political machine attempted to simply ignore it. Later on, their response . . .

How Democrats intend to win big in 2012
Chris Adamo
March 10, 2011

Throughout 2010, liberals sought to diffuse conservative momentum and comfort themselves with the notion that this was not 1994, and therefore any repeat of the . . .

The Libyan nightmare that almost was
Chris Adamo
March 3, 2011

Among the defining endeavors of Ronald Reagan's Presidency was his push for the development of a space-based nuclear shield, known as Strategic Defense . . .

Futility of Middle East efforts at "democracy"
Chris Adamo
February 25, 2011

After nine days of "voting present" on the chaos in Libya, Barack Obama has now decided to vocally condemn the brutish tactics of Colonel Moammar Kadafi, its . . .

Attaching reality to Obama's "Sputnik Moment"
Chris Adamo
February 17, 2011

Perhaps the best manner in which to properly assess the true nature of liberalism is to revisit the issues and commentaries of a few weeks past, and compare . . .

Effectively fortifying America in dangerous times
Chris Adamo
February 10, 2011

As Egypt continues in turmoil, western liberals remain committed to wallowing in their blind myopia, oblivious to the warnings that cry out to them from the . . .

Wyoming RINO Republicans undermine conservative momentum
Chris Adamo
February 3, 2011

2010 will likely be remembered in the coming decades as the year when Americans turned back from the brink and reasserted their devotion to the traditional . . .

Obama's missed opportunity for greatness
Chris Adamo
January 20, 2011

January 28, 2011 marks the quarter-century commemoration of the 1986 loss of the Space Shuttle Challenger, which at the time was the greatest space disaster . . .

Giffords episode unleashes leftist venom
Chris Adamo
January 13, 2011

Within hours after last weekend's horrendous shooting rampage that left six dead and more than a dozen wounded including Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, a . . .

Liberal posturing reveals flagrant hypocrisy
Chris Adamo
January 6, 2011

Sanctimony from Democrat Senator Charles Schumer of New York never plays well with the public despite media efforts to cast it in a good light, and his latest . . .

New Congress can define issues for 2012
Chris Adamo
December 31, 2010

One nightmarish chapter of the Obama/Reid/Pelosi has mercifully ended. The "lame duck" debacle is at last at an end. And America waits expectantly to see if all . . .

Court rules against unconstitutional excesses of Obamacare
Chris Adamo
December 16, 2010

Constitutional advocates are hailing the decision of U.S. District Judge Henry Hudson to strike down a central element of Obamacare which would require citizens . . .

Tax squabble puts America at a crossroads
Chris Adamo
December 9, 2010

The unprecedented power of this year's conservative groundswell has placed Washington liberals completely on the defensive, which is a fate they never expected. . . .

Oregon terrorism reflects vanishing American culture
Chris Adamo
December 2, 2010

On Thanksgiving weekend, a horrific "near miss" occurred in Oregon, as Mohamed Osman Mohamud, a Somali immigrant and aspiring Islamic terrorist attempted to . . .

The Alinsky-Sharia connection
Chris Adamo
November 25, 2010

The November 22 issue of Newsweek magazine has, as its cover, a caricature of Barack Obama balancing on one leg and sporting six outstretched arms. This image . . .

Lame Duck washout demonstrates tea party resilience
Chris Adamo
November 18, 2010

The 2010 post-election "Lame Duck" session of Congress is officially underway, and represents a brief period of time in which America could conceivably be in . . .

2010 elections: where to go from here
Chris Adamo
November 11, 2010

The sheer enormity of the 2010 mid-term elections has caused disfavored political players to scramble and posture. Some who only a few years ago had believed . . .

The biggest earthquake of the 2010 elections
Chris Adamo
November 5, 2010

A net sixty-four seat Republican gain in the U.S. Congress is no trifling matter. In a single night, the House of Representatives has been transformed from a . . .

The great Democrat pre-election charade
Chris Adamo
October 28, 2010

Perhaps the best indicators of what is at stake for America in the upcoming elections can be found "between the lines" of Democrat rhetoric in the final days . . .

Chris Matthews reveals liberal vision for humanity
Chris Adamo
October 21, 2010

While the civilized world rejoiced at the amazing rescue of the thirty-three Chilean miners after they had spent sixty-nine days trapped in a pit a half-mile . . .

Obama will not moderate after November
Chris Adamo
October 14, 2010

With three weeks yet to go before the 2010 mid-term elections, grassroots energy and polling data already portend a massive sea-change in the political . . .

Conservative momentum continues to build
Chris Adamo
October 7, 2010

With less than a month to go before the November elections, a political Tsunami seems imminent. Despite Democrat denial of the overwhelming public rejection of . . .

O'Donnell situation smokes out Republican frauds
Chris Adamo
September 23, 2010

Whether or not Delaware Republican Christine O'Donnell wins her bid for the United States Senate in November, her primary victory has already achieved more than . . .

Reckoning honestly with "Tea Party" momentum
Chris Adamo
September 16, 2010

Grassroots conservatism is alive and well, as evidenced by the "upset" victory of "Tea Party" candidate Christine O'Donnell over career politician and RINO Mike . . .

A reasoned perspective on the mosque
Chris Adamo
September 10, 2010

Had the September 11 terrorist attacks on America occurred during a saner time, the receptiveness of this country towards any tenets of Islam would have been . . .

Obama's latest outrage against Arizona and America
Chris Adamo
September 2, 2010

As freedom and individuality are crushed throughout the Middle East under the weight of Sharia law, Barack Obama opts to bow and grovel at the feet of Islamic . . .

David Limbaugh's "Crimes Against Liberty"
Chris Adamo
August 26, 2010

It is rare in any age that a single book can so comprehensively document and analyze a historical movement as to be capable of defining it. In the aftermath of . . .

Preparing for Democrats' 2010 general election antics
Chris Adamo
August 19, 2010

Ever since the advent of the Obama Administration, and its systematic corruption and destruction of the nation's constitutional framework, Americans have . . .

Obama did shakedown BP and America
Chris Adamo
August 12, 2010

Congressman Joe Barton (R.-TX) is one of the few people from either party in Washington who should have any credibility left with the American public. On June 1 . . .

A conservative strategy for 2010 and beyond
Chris Adamo
August 5, 2010

As November looms, traditional America is conflicted among feelings of anticipation, dread, and despair. The upcoming elections hold the prospect of major . . .

Real America did not sue Arizona
Chris Adamo
July 29, 2010

Once again, the despicable conduct of the Obama Administration compels us to do a "reality check," this time in regard to the lawsuit filed by Eric Holder's . . .

America's decline forty-one years after Apollo 11
Chris Adamo
July 22, 2010

This week marks the forty-first anniversary of one of America's crowning achievements, the first manned landing on the moon. Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong . . .

Obama and Holder weaponize American "justice"
Chris Adamo
July 15, 2010

In the past few weeks, America's legal system has been subjected to an avalanche of outrages from the White House and Department of Justice. But while each . . .

Spare us the Kagan confirmation charade
Chris Adamo
July 1, 2010

Perhaps it is again time for a history refresher regarding the origins of the United States of America. The Constitution is far more than just a venerated piece . . .

Are establishment Republicans allergic to leadership?
Chris Adamo
June 24, 2010

On January 2, 1995, after eighteen days of a budget standoff between the new Republican congressional majorities and President Bill Clinton, Senator Majority . . .

Bobby Jindal versus Barack Obama: the rematch
Chris Adamo
June 10, 2010

On February 24, 2009 Barack Obama delivered his first State of the Union speech to the resounding accolades of the liberal press. Barely a month after his . . .

Obama to America: I am not accountable
Chris Adamo
May 27, 2010

What seemed at first to be a major gaffe by Attorney General Eric Holder has since manifested itself as yet another flagrant pronouncement from the executive . . .

May primaries and the coming electoral tsunami
Chris Adamo
May 20, 2010

The spin began even before Primary Day. According to ABC News, it was an "anti-incumbent" sentiment. Pennsylvania's Democrat Governor Ed Rendell tried to assign . . .

Conservatism on defense will ultimately lose
Chris Adamo
May 13, 2010

Seven years ago this month, President George W. Bush made his famed landing on the Aircraft Carrier Abraham Lincoln as it returned from a tour of duty in the . . .

Attacks on Arizona are attacks on America
Chris Adamo
May 6, 2010

Among the insightful guardrails established in the Constitution for the preservation of the United States, the requirement that the nation's chief executive be . . .

Democrat cabal dangles bait for unwitting Republicans
Chris Adamo
April 29, 2010

With more than half a year yet to go before the pivotal 2010 elections, the Democrats are clearly in a panicked election mode. Every news story, every major . . .

William Ayers' Wyoming debacle highlights leftist weaknesses
Chris Adamo
April 15, 2010

It is axiomatic that the biggest bullies quickly change into the biggest whiners the moment they lose their advantage. An episode last week in Wyoming, . . .

Democrats' desperate plan to reclaim high ground
Chris Adamo
April 1, 2010

Once again the American left is exhibiting its total detachment from reality. In the aftermath of the thoroughly corrupt political circus that was the  . . .

Are McCain Republicans finally "seeing the light"?
Chris Adamo
March 25, 2010

On the day following the abominable March 21 congressional vote to subvert the Constitution and subjugate the American people under the dubious auspices of . . .

Washington chaos portends Obama's vision for America
Chris Adamo
March 19, 2010

As the nationalized "Healthcare" debacle nears its end game, the people of America are increasingly shocked and disgusted by the raw ugliness of the Obama  . . .

Wake up America! Democrats hate "democracy"
Chris Adamo
March 11, 2010

Among the many absurdities proffered by Barack Obama sycophants in the media and throughout the liberal establishment is the notion that Obama possesses great . . .

Pelosi backwards on "Tea Parties" and GOP
Chris Adamo
March 4, 2010

Democrats continue to bounce between occasional brief attempts at pandering to grassroots America, and their more innate reversion to unrestrained contempt for . . .

Alan Simpson continues where Specter left off
Chris Adamo
February 25, 2010

Former Education Secretary William Bennett is chiding those who are advancing the notion of forming a "third party." And he is absolutely right for doing so. . . .

Can Obama reinvent his disastrous liberal agenda?
Chris Adamo
February 19, 2010

Barack Obama has initiated yet another response to his declining popularity. Only a year into what was once trumpeted as perhaps history's greatest electoral . . .

Real conservatism is about principles, not personalities
Chris Adamo
February 11, 2010

It was an odd week for a staunch conservative to be in agreement with Barack Obama. In the wake of Republican Scott Brown's dramatic Senate victory in . . .

Constitutional courts are a threat to liberalism
Chris Adamo
February 5, 2010

The reverberations from Republican Senator Scott Brown's Massachusetts election had barely subsided when an even greater shockwave was sent throughout the . . .

Preventing "moderates" from hijacking the Massachusetts election
Chris Adamo
January 28, 2010

Scott Brown's stunning victory in Massachusetts has predictably generated comparisons of the current political landscape to 1994, when Republicans swept the mid . . .

Reid unmasks realities of liberal Democrat "sensitivity"
Chris Adamo
January 14, 2010

Were Senator Robert Byrd (D.- WV) ever to switch political parties and become a Republican, the liberal media reaction would be to suddenly "discover" his past . . .

GOP cannot coast into 2010 elections
Chris Adamo
January 8, 2010

The 2010 mid-term campaign season is now upon America, and none too soon. With two weeks still to go before his term reaches the one-year mark, the damage . . .

That annoying issue of "homeland security"
Chris Adamo
December 31, 2009

In September of 2005, the liberal political establishment successfully laid the Hurricane Katrina disaster at the feet of then President George W. Bush, in what . . .

Is there no stopping this liberal madness?
Chris Adamo
December 26, 2009

Last week, with comparatively little fanfare, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave away a hundred billion dollars at the bogus "Climate Summit" in Copenhagen . . .

Betting America's future on the "healthcare" circus
Chris Adamo
December 17, 2009

At this writing, the prospect of America's descent into the abyss of socialism hinges on an impasse between Senator Joe Lieberman (I.-CT) and Barack Obama's . . .

Rising leaders in the Republican Party
Chris Adamo
December 10, 2009

With each passing day, the cornerstones of American greatness are being attacked and dismantled by the left, whose goal is clearly their eventual eradication . . .

"Hope and change" through lies
Chris Adamo
December 3, 2009

Outrage over the suppressed data refuting "global warming" at the East Anglia Institute in England, now spans the world. Though as a result of a liberal media  . . .

Palin, conservatism, and the disconnected GOP
Chris Adamo
November 19, 2009

For nearly two decades now, and particularly in the wake of the 2000 presidential election debacle, Democrats have been pursuing a diabolically simple political . . .

Lessons learned from New York District 23
Chris Adamo
November 12, 2009

Is it possible for Republicans to make significant political headway in the 2010 mid-term elections, and thereby put the brakes on the Obama/Reid/Pelosi program . . .

Can Republicans pander their way into leadership?
Chris Adamo
October 29, 2009

Never have the stars lined up for Republicans as profoundly as has been the case this year, with the arrogance and ugliness of the Obama, Reid, and Pelosi . . .

Liberalism concocts "bogeymen" while ignoring real dangers
Chris Adamo
October 22, 2009

It is difficult to determine the most telling harbinger of the collapse of Western Civilization, but the October 19 statement by Gordon Brown, Britain's Prime . . .

2010: not the time for "faux conservatism"
Chris Adamo
October 16, 2009

Our nation is coming apart at the seams, and Barack Obama is proving to be absolutely inept, or worse, at dealing with the situation. Instead of honestly . . .

Europe prefers a presidency that fails America
Chris Adamo
October 8, 2009

Last January, Rush Limbaugh shocked the liberal establishment, and much of the world, when he flatly assessed America's prospects under the Obama Administration . . .

Revealed: how liberalism exploits the vulnerable
Chris Adamo
October 1, 2009

Of all of the outrages uncovered by James O'Keefe and Hannah Giles, who in a sting operation exposed one corrupt "ACORN" office after another by requesting . . .

Consequences of Obama's "Jimmy Carter replay"
Chris Adamo
September 24, 2009

It was perhaps fitting this last week that former President Jimmy Carter again went public with a continuation of the insipid drivel for which he has become so . . .

Van Jones debacle highlights "mainstream media" irrelevancy
Chris Adamo
September 10, 2009

It is hard to grasp the extent of the boondoggle that was and is the Van Jones episode, with its mix of nutty comedy and sinister, anti-Americanism. The former . . .

Obamacare: when growing old becomes a "crime"
Chris Adamo
September 3, 2009

Immediately following the passage in the Declaration of Independence avowing the rights of "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" is the phrase, "to . . .

America's international standing founders under Obama
Chris Adamo
August 28, 2009

Once again, a dosage of reality is needed to properly assess the real effect that Barack Obama is having on America's standing among the nations of the world. . . .

The Reagan/Palin model for leadership
Chris Adamo
August 20, 2009

The healthcare fight is far from over. Barack Obama has invested the entirety of his political capital into his aggressive strategy for passing some form of . . .

Obama considers real America "the enemy"
Chris Adamo
August 13, 2009

The glaring duplicity in media coverage of the current chaotic "healthcare" debate is unparalleled. When a lone gunman shoots an abortionist, the nightly news . . .

Why Sarah Palin threatens the "establishment"
Chris Adamo
July 30, 2009

The Republican Party continues to amass expertise in losing elections. Its current reticence in getting behind the momentum of Sarah Palin, now the former . . .

Obama utopia built on empty promises
Chris Adamo
July 23, 2009

As the "healthcare" debate reaches its contrived crescendo, Barack Obama is proving to be the perfect con man. In every instance, he tells adoring crowds and . . .

Apollo 11 and America, forty years later
Chris Adamo
July 15, 2009

For some, the decade of the sixties will be remembered for anti-war protests, flower children, love beads, and Woodstock, along with all of their accompanying . . .

Obama policy promotes Marxism in Honduras
Chris Adamo
July 9, 2009

Among the most misbegotten blunders of the period leading up to the Second World War was that of British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain. Remembered for . . .

Did America really want this?
Chris Adamo
July 2, 2009

Throughout most of the two hundred and thirty three years since that first Independence Day, a significant number of Americans have indulged in the luxury of . . .

Obamacare: do or die for America
Chris Adamo
June 26, 2009

With so much coverage of the current debate on Barack Obama's attempt to impose nationalized healthcare on America, it may seem that little else can be said on . . .

Panetta comment telegraphs America's present weakness
Chris Adamo
June 18, 2009

Once again, a prominent liberal Democrat is projecting his sordid political tactics and those of his party on the opposition. In an interview for next month's . . .

How Newt Gingrich sabotaged the "Gingrich Revolution"
Chris Adamo
June 12, 2009

It is time to proclaim that the "Era of Reagan" is indeed dead, or at least the current "Country Club" version of the great former President, in which he has . . .

Sotomayor qualifications: why bother with the Constitution?
Chris Adamo
June 3, 2009

As the confirmation ritual of Sonia Sotomayor continues to play out, it is becoming grimly apparent that the only relevant issue, her worthiness (or more . . .

Cheney, Limbaugh, and the liberal paper tiger
Chris Adamo
May 28, 2009

If the Republican Party does intend to incorporate the ideologies promoted last week by former Secretary of State Colin Powell it should first change its mascot . . .

The desperate Democrat facelift
Chris Adamo
May 21, 2009

All is not rosy on the political left. Barely four months into the Obama Administration and America's grassroots is thoroughly fired up. Democrat leaders, while . . .

Absurd liberal debate endangers America
Chris Adamo
May 14, 2009

In the days immediately following 9-11, the primary concern among American liberals was not how to prevent subsequent attacks, but how to avoid becoming the . . .

Will GOP follow moderates into oblivion?
Chris Adamo
May 7, 2009

Republican stalwarts are fond of recalling the 1992 Democrat National Convention, and the manner in which Bob Casey Sr., the Governor of Pennsylvania, was . . .

Miss USA and the ugly counterculture
Chris Adamo
April 30, 2009

It may seem odd that the profundity of Martin Niemoller could find a fitting application in the unlikely venue of a beauty pageant. But such is the depths to . . .

The Obama/Napolitano doctrine: conservatism verboten
Chris Adamo
April 23, 2009

In the midst of all the current turmoil, it is worthwhile to recall the fetid episode involving former Clinton National Security Advisor Sandy Berger, who in . . .

Wyoming tax day "Tea Party" speech
Chris Adamo
April 16, 2009

This week's column is a major departure from the style and format of previous columns. It is a transcript of my speech to the "Tax Day Tea Party" gathering held . . .

Consequences of an "American Idol" presidency
Chris Adamo
April 9, 2009

Few among the general public noticed during the 1990s as America's intelligence apparatus was methodically undermined and dismantled by such officials of the . . .

Who will resurrect conservatism?
Chris Adamo
April 1, 2009

With the dawn of each new day, America is affronted by yet another outrage from the Obama Administration and its lackeys on Capitol Hill. In response, the . . .

Will Republicans seize the moment?
Chris Adamo
March 27, 2009

It daily becomes more and more difficult for any but the most stalwart leftists to ignore or deny the grim visage of the "change" being inflicted on America by . . .

Rebuilding the Republican Party for 2010
Chris Adamo
March 19, 2009

It would be virtually impossible for the left to ignore the resentment among the people of heartland America that is currently simmering and threatens to soon . . .

Obama's embryonic stem cell sacrament
Chris Adamo
March 12, 2009

Imagine the liberal hysteria that would immediately erupt upon any use of government funds to promote the Judeo-Christian principles which have upheld our . . .

Obama attempts to rewrite conservatism
Chris Adamo
March 5, 2009

The Democrat "divide and conquer" strategy worked well against the Republicans on far too many occasions in the past, particularly when the GOP was under the . . .

Assessing Obama and Jindal on substance
Chris Adamo
February 27, 2009

It is simply not worth the time or effort to conduct any deep analysis of Barack Obama's State of the Union charade. The overwhelming majority of its coverage . . .

Obama administration corruption and chaos
Chris Adamo
February 19, 2009

Somehow, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D.-CA) has been able to keep a straight face while decrying the "culture of corruption" among Republicans. In retrospect, . . .

Senator Stabenow exudes hypocrisy of "Fairness Doctrine"
Chris Adamo
February 12, 2009

Throughout history, every successful despotic regime has understood the critical importance of establishing and maintaining a monopoly of information. A . . .

Are conservative leaders arising from GOP mire?
Chris Adamo
January 29, 2009

The events of the past week should thoroughly scare anyone with an understanding of historical causes and effects. Fortunately for the underwriters of the "new . . .

Obama mania will eventually collide with reality
Chris Adamo
January 22, 2009

Conservatives, real conservatives, are by now thoroughly nauseated from all of the inaugural gushing and fawning over Obama. But if they think that this slobber . . .

Why President Bush is so reviled
Chris Adamo
January 15, 2009

It is understandable that conservatives would automatically avoid any action that might seem comparable to that of the left. Therefore, given that the liberal . . .

The global warming crescendo has passed
Chris Adamo
January 7, 2009

As the cold of winter settles in on the northern hemisphere, all of the hysteria of "global warming," or its less specific alternative "climate change," rings . . .

The liberal architects of chaos
Chris Adamo
January 1, 2009

Does it seem that calamity and disorder are on the increase lately? Everything in our nation and world currently gives the impression that it is coming apart at . . .

The necessity of "outing" Colin Powell
Chris Adamo
December 19, 2008

These are painful times for most conservatives. Since Election Day, hopes of a pro-constitution Supreme Court, at least for the foreseeable future, have . . .

Blagojevich, Fitzgerald, and real political corruption
Chris Adamo
December 11, 2008

For the moment, the abhorrent actions of Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich are admittedly making almost as many waves among the media elite as Idaho Senator . . .

Chambliss victory refutes public break with conservatism
Chris Adamo
December 4, 2008

Georgia voters validated the Reaganite template for victory once again on December 2. In a runoff election for Senate, incumbent Saxby Chambliss won handily . . .

America will suffer under the Obama administration
Chris Adamo
November 27, 2008

The rude awakening is already beginning among those Obama supporters who expected any real "change" from this candidate. Other than his ability to fool some . . .

The narrow path to reviving conservatism
Chris Adamo
November 21, 2008

In their typically duplicitous fashion, Republican "moderates" who orchestrated this latest electoral catastrophe are once again blaming the lingering vestige . . .

The grim significance of the 2008 elections
Chris Adamo
November 13, 2008

Perhaps the most disheartening reaction to the November 4 election of Barack Obama has been the attempt by conservatives to laud his victory as some sort of . . .

2008 election aftermath: Rethinking the "big tent"
Chris Adamo
November 7, 2008

As a result of this week's elections, the Republican minority caucus in the United States Senate currently represents the sole remnant of a "firewall" against . . .

Joe the Plumber's audacity to hope
Chris Adamo
October 30, 2008

It is a safe bet that Barack Obama will never again engage "Joe the Plumber" or anyone like him in a discussion of policy without "preconditions." Some things . . .

America at the tipping point in 2008
Chris Adamo
October 23, 2008

It is by no means severe to point out that if leftists were wise and rational, they would not be leftists. Vladimir Lenin, the Soviet Union's first dictator and . . .

Exploding the myths of "predatory lending"
Chris Adamo
October 16, 2008

In a blatant example of political grandstanding rooted in sheer audacity, leaders of the Democrat Party are seeking to gain as much mileage as possible from the . . .

The Sarah Palin paradigm: real change
Chris Adamo
October 10, 2008

It is altogether appropriate that last April, when Barack Obama delivered his disparaging commentary in San Francisco about Americans who, in his opinion, "get . . .

Obama's "community organizer" experience in perspective
Chris Adamo
September 26, 2008

A notion frequently advanced by conservatives during this year's presidential race is that if elected, Barack Obama would not bring any useful experience to the . . .

Palin phenomenon accelerates downfall of old media
Chris Adamo
September 18, 2008

The 2004 contest between President Bush and Massachusetts Senator John Kerry marked the beginning of the end for the old media monopoly. On the one hand, clumsy . . .

Palin attackers really aiming at McCain
Chris Adamo
September 11, 2008

It is high time that the mask comes off the ugly face of liberalism. Whenever it collides with reality, all those lofty sounding ideals from the left are . . .

Gustav's "Cat Five" political spin
Chris Adamo
September 3, 2008

Despite dire warnings that Hurricane Gustav might exceed the 2005 Hurricane Katrina nightmare in terms of damage, lives lost, and overall intensity, this latest . . .

A new "Cold War" looms
Chris Adamo
August 28, 2008

Russian President Dimitri Medvedev has floated a not-so-subtle warning of Russia and the West descending into a new "Cold War," the blame for which he places, . . .

Defining good and evil in 2008 America
Chris Adamo
August 20, 2008

When asked by Rick Warren at the Saddleback forum about his beliefs on when human life begins, Democrat Presidential wannabe Barack Obama obfuscated, finally . . .

"New" energy reform: same old politics
Chris Adamo
August 15, 2008

Once again, the "greater good" has been served inside the Beltway, "bipartisanship" has broken a stalemate, the rancor over energy policy has ended and, as is . . .

Obama is Europe's "vision" for America
Chris Adamo
August 7, 2008

Fawning over Barack Obama as they did during his recent overseas campaign swing, those cheering multitudes of Europeans said much more about themselves than . . .

The "Fairness" Doctrine: America in the balance
Chris Adamo
July 24, 2008

Lurking in the gloom of the Democrat agenda is a resuscitation of the so-called "Fairness Doctrine," which would allow the federal government, at the behest of . . .

Apollo 11: American excellence remembered
Chris Adamo
July 17, 2008

Sunday July 20, 2008 will likely be a fairly typical summer day in America. People will get up, go to Church, and maybe hold a barbeque in the back yard. . . .

Holding liberals accountable for energy woes
Chris Adamo
July 10, 2008

How long can Congressional Democrats hope to continue their anti-capitalist, anti-American agenda without facing accountability from the voting public? Current . . .

Manifold dangers of a liberal Supreme Court
Chris Adamo
July 3, 2008

As far back as Sun Tzu, military strategists have well understood the concept that victory in war does not require the destruction of one's enemy, but merely . . .

Radical environmentalism: the "imperfect storm"
Chris Adamo
June 26, 2008

Liberals inadvertently delivered a telling message in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. In essence, it is the same message they have sent on the heels of every . . .

Obama would be a Clinton third term
Chris Adamo
June 19, 2008

Forget about the rancor of the Democrat Primary season. That is all history now. In truth, the heated rivalry between the two candidates was hardly an indicator . . .

Sunset on the Clinton era
Chris Adamo
June 12, 2008

Momentarily setting aside the tragic impact on America, should Barack Obama be elected president, it is nonetheless worthwhile to ponder the significance of . . .

Czech president's "inconvenient challenge" to Al Gore
Chris Adamo
May 29, 2008

Since leaving office, former Vice-President Al Gore has gained enormous stature within certain circles on the world scene, acquiring it per the standard liberal . . .

GOP congressional disasters: the "McCain effect"
Chris Adamo
May 22, 2008

For nearly the last four decades, a consistent pattern has been established in the Republican political arena, whereby both good and bad fortunes can be . . .

"Operation Chaos" fueled by realities of liberalism
Chris Adamo
May 16, 2008

Chris Matthews, host of the MSNBC program "Hardball," (a venue which rivals "Air America in popularity) was on his high horse last week castigating . . .

John McCain's "Reverend Wright moment"
Chris Adamo
May 8, 2008

As the Hillary/Obama melee continues, America is increasingly able to see their politically fatal flaws. Polling of recent weeks has clearly shown that, despite . . .

Liberal "social justice" portends new Dark Age
Chris Adamo
May 1, 2008

The American public, and Christians in particular, are being deluged once again with talk of the thoroughly ambiguous concept of "social justice." It is, after . . .

Hillary versus Obama: whose lies will prevail?
Chris Adamo
April 25, 2008

Perhaps the most striking conclusion to be drawn from this week's Pennsylvania Primary is that, despite its results, nothing in the Democrat Party's currently . . .

Jimmy Carter's alternate universe
Chris Adamo
April 17, 2008

If America must be reminded of just how bad things could get under the leadership of a wholly incompetent president, it needs only to recall the disgraceful and . . .

Obama's empty formula for 2008
Chris Adamo
April 11, 2008

Wyoming cattleman J. Randall "Randy" Stevenson, a vocal advocate of American agriculture and American enterprise, warns that this nation is "Increasingly . . .

Risky misreading of Democrat turmoil
Chris Adamo
April 3, 2008

Rush Limbaugh is enjoying the ensuing success of his "Operation Chaos," his ongoing effort to weaken the political prospects of the Democrats by prolonging . . .

Stop the presses! Hillary lied!
Chris Adamo
March 28, 2008

So Hillary was caught in a brazen lie about her 1996 trip to Bosnia, in which she lately claims to have landed in the midst of a sniper attack, even having to . . .

Democrat turmoil reflects liberal dysfunction
Chris Adamo
March 20, 2008

Rush Limbaugh has been having a great time lately, fanning the flames of discord and confusion among the Democrats. But the ability to destabilize their party . . .

The Southern Baptist march towards irrelevance
Chris Adamo
March 13, 2008

Some of life's concepts are so defining that, by their very nature, they preclude any alternatives. An individual who is honest ninety-nine percent of the time . . .

Salvaging the "stimulus" package
Chris Adamo
March 6, 2008

Nobody should be surprised to see side-by-side headlines proclaiming that oil is hitting record prices while the dollar is dropping to new lows against foreign . . .

Lawrence Eagleburger's faux conservatism will backfire
Chris Adamo
February 28, 2008

Coming as absolutely no surprise to real conservatives, the breaking New York times story on Republican candidate John McCain's questionable relationship with . . .

From elections to shootings: America is broken
Chris Adamo
February 21, 2008

It is noteworthy that the stalled Foreign Surveillance Intelligence Act (FISA) renewal effort became a huge controversy, prominently headlined during this past . . .

McCain supporters undermine his candidacy
Chris Adamo
February 13, 2008

With the brazen assistance of establishment Republicans, the McCain juggernaut advances, with his lock on the party's nomination now all but certain. However, . . .

Debunking the myth of McCain's "inevitability"
Chris Adamo
February 7, 2008

As the "Super Tuesday" votes are counted, the latest word from the media punditry is that John McCain will take the lion's share of delegates, and perhaps be . . .

McCain, Clintons reveal political parties' ugly undersides
Chris Adamo
January 31, 2008

Irrespective of all the in-depth political analysis that deals far too specifically with each candidate's professed policies and appeal to voters, the bulk of . . .

Fifty million lives after Roe
Chris Adamo
January 24, 2008

This week marks thirty five years since the Supreme Court's monstrous "Roe v. Wade" decision gave a blanket legalization to abortion, and by which the feminists . . .

Reflections on America's past and future
Chris Adamo
January 17, 2008

Perhaps it is overly limiting to discuss the present state of our nation, and thus its prospects for the future, without broadening the topic to include all of . . .

New Hampshire primary assures continued GOP bungling
Chris Adamo
January 11, 2008

Perhaps it is time to pass a federal law stipulating that any winner of the New Hampshire primary is henceforth disqualified from running for President. . . .

Will the 2008 elections deliver more "non-solutions"?
Chris Adamo
January 3, 2008

As the 2008 Campaign Season shifts from jockeying and publicity stunts to actual voting, it is all important to consider what America is likely to actually reap . . .

Liberalism will lose this "Cold War"
Chris Adamo
December 26, 2007

On June 24, 1948, after having isolated West Berlin inside of the boundaries of Communist East Germany, Soviet leader Joseph Stalin suddenly cut off all road . . .

Conservative elites to Christians: Remember your place
Chris Adamo
December 20, 2007

Thus far in the 2008 presidential campaign cycle, "religion" has played a far bigger role than in any recent elections. This does not necessarily translate to . . .

Hopelessly clouded issues: The "Clinton effect"
Chris Adamo
December 12, 2007

It is disturbing to realize just how far the country has been dragged away from relevant campaign issues in recent weeks. Though on the run, militant Islamists . . .

Immigration issue reveals arrogance of the "ruling class"
Chris Adamo
December 7, 2007

Intermixed with Hillary Clinton's many disparate stances on illegal immigration are the occasional, very revealing statements that say far more about her . . .

The chilling significance of Obama's confessions
Chris Adamo
November 29, 2007

Last November 20, in front of an audience of high school students in Manchester New Hampshire, Senator Barack Obama (D.-IL) suddenly began to unload a bunch of . . .

Wyoming's Senator Barrasso leads on immigration
Chris Adamo
November 22, 2007

The most telling aspect of Hillary Clinton's travails of the past few weeks is neither her giant stumble in the Philadelphia debate nor her apparent redemption . . .

GOP pins false hopes on Hillary blunders
Chris Adamo
November 14, 2007

The sudden recent flurry of Democrat references to the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth is no random occurrence. On several occasions in the last few weeks, . . .

Jindal victory: a strategic GOP misstep?
Chris Adamo
November 7, 2007

The election of Congressman Bobby Jindal (R.-LA) as Governor of Louisiana should stand as the defining picture of the current political landscape, and how it . . .

Confronting liberalism's elusive causes and effects
Chris Adamo
October 31, 2007

The lights came on across Kansas as the sun set on the evening of October 18, 2007 which is, in the minds of most people, just as it should be. It might . . .

Three cities that bode ill for America
Chris Adamo
October 25, 2007

America's future is increasingly in doubt, as indicated by three shocking events of the past several days. The fact that none of them likely come immediately to . . .

A GOP formula for victory in 2008
Chris Adamo
October 18, 2007

Despite the gloomy prognostications of Hillary's inevitability as the next heir to the White House, she is no more "invincible" as a candidate than was her . . .

Machiavellian plot emerges among Limbaugh attackers
Chris Adamo
October 11, 2007

Conservative Americans who witnessed the deliberate misinterpretation and unwarranted liberal hysterics over Rush Limbaugh's "phony soldiers" commentary, will . . .

Phony soldiers, phony outrage, and phony patriotism
Chris Adamo
October 3, 2007

Once again, liberals have wandered into the unfamiliar waters of patriotism, righteous indignation, and pontification offered in "support of the troops." And . . .

Ahmadinejad at Columbia: merely a symptom
Chris Adamo
September 26, 2007

The only real surprise from the disgraceful speaking appearance by Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at Columbia University is that anybody was surprised at . . .

The significance of Bin Laden's partisan appeal
Chris Adamo
September 12, 2007

In light of Osama Bin Laden's videotaped message to the West (Or was it a press release from DNC Chairman Howard Dean?), one might be given to muse that liberal . . .

Hillary Clinton's real "culture of corruption"
Chris Adamo
September 5, 2007

Whether the real intent is to trumpet their phony sanctimony of "sympathy and compassion," or to advance their obviously partisan interests, liberal coverage of . . .

Gonzales resignation exemplifies GOP travails
Chris Adamo
August 29, 2007

Democrat victory dances have not ceased since last year's elections, and have plainly been invigorated by the recent resignation of Attorney General Alberto . . .

The "invisible America" Hillary never sees
Chris Adamo
August 22, 2007

No politician of recent decades could match the Clintons for sheer audacity and brazenness. Time and again, they appear in front of the cameras to declare an . . .

The missing competence factor among Democrat hopefuls
Chris Adamo
August 15, 2007

America is passing through a deceptively dangerous time. As a result of the diligent efforts of those agencies devoted to the security of the homeland, no major . . .

Can liberals reinvent the Christian paradigm?
Chris Adamo
August 10, 2007

In his July 23, 2007 article entitled "Leaving Boomer Conflicts Behind," nationally syndicated columnist Michael Barone makes an amazing statement. After . . .

Losing conservatism will lose America
Chris Adamo
August 1, 2007

Real America's dread of a "President Hillary," though understandable, is not sufficient to get any Republican elected on that basis alone. Yet time and again, . . .

Foreign collaborators of the American "insurgency"
Chris Adamo
July 25, 2007

America understands that, had Bin Laden been killed or captured on September 12 2001, America would still have faced a protracted war on terror no less . . .

What has happened to Cal Thomas?
Chris Adamo
July 18, 2007

Few Americans, back when first subjected to the insipid banalities of Jimmy Carter, presumed him to be a deliberately malignant force striving to wreak . . .

Political forces shaping the '08 elections
Chris Adamo
July 11, 2007

So far, the political landscape preceding the 2008 Presidential Election has defied every attempt by the "old media" to characterize and thus determine its . . .

The "Fairness Doctrine" power grab
Chris Adamo
July 3, 2007

When the Soviet Union was at its pinnacle, one might think that the greatest fear among its leaders was the nuclear capabilities of the United States. But this . . .

Fred Thompson's greatest challenge
Chris Adamo
June 27, 2007

Former Senator Fred Thompson, as yet a non-declared candidate for President, has just surpassed Rudy Giuliani in the Rasmussen poll. Grassroots conservatives, . . .

Just say "no" to Bush and amnesty
Chris Adamo
June 20, 2007

Perceptive conservatives have long seen this train wreck coming. Back in 1999 and 2000, the conservative base along with Republicans in general were so gripped . . .

America's insidious descent towards the third world
Chris Adamo
June 6, 2007

Somewhere in the dark recesses of their souls, an increasing number of Americans fear the eventuality of an ultimate confrontation with Mexico over the disputed . . .

Border security: accept no substitutes
Chris Adamo
May 30, 2007

Heartland America breathed a premature sigh of relief when the Senate's ill conceived "immigration reform" (read: amnesty for illegals) bill was not ramrodded . . .

"Hillary youth corps" in the making
Chris Adamo
May 23, 2007

The newest "crisis" being contrived by the Hillary camp has to do with the supposed need for government to assume control over child care, since moms and pops, . . .

Rudy Giuliani has his "Dukakis moment"
Chris Adamo
May 16, 2007

Back in 1988, as the Reagan era drew to a close, it was almost amusing to watch the Bush/Dukakis presidential race unfold. With the senior George Bush widely . . .

Sarkozy victory: timely reprieve or dying gasp?
Chris Adamo
May 9, 2007

Credit must be given where credit is due on the far side of the Atlantic. France, noted in recent years for pacifism and capitulation to the various enemies of . . .

Liberalism foments contempt for America
Chris Adamo
May 2, 2007

A couple of news items appeared over the wires during the past week that should have generated outrage from coast to coast. Yet they were barely noticed. And . . .

Tumultuous events and Republican fortunes
Chris Adamo
April 25, 2007

It has been a week of upheaval on several fronts. And in its wake, the GOP stands to gain significant ground with the voting population, but only if it can . . .

Nifong, Fitzgerald, and American "justice" defiled
Chris Adamo
April 18, 2007

So the State of North Carolina is finally officially recognizing what has been blatantly obvious to every honest and objective observer of the Duke Lacrosse . . .

The liberal/Islamist war against America
Chris Adamo
April 11, 2007

When Americans arrive at the place where they are too overwhelmed to even express dismay at any one particular outrage being perpetrated by the Democrats, it is . . .

Why Fred Thompson's day has arrived
Chris Adamo
April 5, 2007

It is altogether unfortunate that even now, in early 2007, so much focus and attention is being directed at the 2008 presidential election. America's policy . . .

Can the amnesty juggernaut be stopped?
Chris Adamo
March 21, 2007

For those who accept the "wisdom" from inside the Beltway, amnesty for the twelve million or more illegal aliens presently in our homeland is inevitable. In the . . .

America's ominously diverging conversations
Chris Adamo
March 14, 2007

Several dangerous precedents were set in the recent kangaroo court conviction of former Cheney Chief of Staff Scooter Libby. To begin with, Libby was tried and . . .

2008 presidential politics and RINO pipedreams
Chris Adamo
March 7, 2007

It was a weekend of shameless pandering. In Selma Alabama, the forty-second anniversary of the famous voting rights march was commemorated in a most ignoble . . .

America being destroyed by stealth legislation
Chris Adamo
February 28, 2007

Conservatives and all who hold America dear are distraught and bewildered as the Congress determinedly prepares to betray them by granting amnesty to perhaps . . .

Democrats still playing games with critical issues
Chris Adamo
February 22, 2007

America has just witnessed another amazing episode of hypocrisy from the left, specifically, the recent controversy over former Vice-President Al Gore's . . .

GOP "frontrunners" and the Dixie Chicks
Chris Adamo
February 14, 2007

So many invaluable lessons can be gleaned from the spectacle of this year's thoroughly politicized Grammy Awards that it is difficult to know where to begin. . . .

Global warming: Just another liberal orthodoxy
Chris Adamo
February 7, 2007

An astounding range of absurd ideas have been incorporated into the "mainstream" of modern America, based not on any inherent merit, but rather on the benefits . . .

America after the next attack
Chris Adamo
January 31, 2007

It is neither alarmist nor prophetic to state with grim certainty that America will, in the not too distant future, suffer yet another major Islamist attack, . . .

Hillary, Democrats telegraph their vulnerabilities
Chris Adamo
January 24, 2007

As political forces align themselves in preparation for the 2008 presidential election, the Democrat Party, despite recent victories, finds itself in hardly an . . .

Nifong, Fitzgerald, and Earl: American justice defiled
Chris Adamo
January 17, 2007

A pattern of abuse is spreading and escalating throughout America, at the hands of out of control public prosecutors, who are clearly pursuing their "duties" . . .

Washington versus America: Grim "two party" reality
Chris Adamo
January 10, 2007

Despite the complete disdain that conservative America holds towards former Assistant Attorney General Jamie Gorelick, it is hardly likely that she actually . . .

Bush and congressional liberals plot immigration "time bomb"
Chris Adamo
January 4, 2007

Mainstream Americans are not overwhelmingly outraged over the lack of any "cut and run" policy in Iraq, thus dispelling the dubious notion that the November . . .

Looking behind the "purpose driven" sheep's clothing
Chris Adamo
December 28, 2006

The facade is beginning to peel back from the so-called ministry of Southern California Pastor Rick Warren, author of "The Purpose Driven Church" and "The . . .

Democrats yearn to relive "glory days"
Chris Adamo
December 20, 2006

Pundits across the political spectrum are scratching their heads over Time Magazine's bizarre choice of "person of the year." Word is out that Time will . . .

Posturing "moderates" could sabotage GOP prospects in '08
Chris Adamo
December 13, 2006

Prominent grassroots conservatives were dismayed this week to learn of a 1994 letter written by Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney when running for the U.S. . . .

Giving up ground in the terror war
Chris Adamo
December 6, 2006

Having had his fill of liberal backstabbing, America's UN Ambassador John Bolton is stepping down. Though President Bush had vowed to fight for his position, . . .

America's "Play Station" generation will not endure
Chris Adamo
November 29, 2006

America is increasingly accepting the notion of a "cut and run" response to Islamic terrorism. Post-election talk on Capitol Hill, from both sides of the aisle, . . .

"Bankrupt" by David Limbaugh: Understanding the Democrats
Chris Adamo
November 23, 2006

It might seem excessive to invoke a term as a harsh as "Bankrupt" to characterize the nature of the modern Democrat Party, and thus it is a tall order to defend . . .

Election aftermath: Picking up the pieces
Chris Adamo
November 16, 2006

In the tumultuous aftermath of the 2006 mid-term elections, virtually every known political subgroup is attempting to "interpret" the election results as proof . . .

A predictable epidemic of "Reagan Democrats"
Chris Adamo
October 25, 2006

Ever since the rise to prominence of the Christian Coalition during the early 1990's, Democrats have toiled ceaselessly to figure out a way to draw "values . . .

2006 elections are still about conservatism
Chris Adamo
October 18, 2006

Despite all of the hype the media have spawned from the Mark Foley controversy and the direction in which they want to take it, a critically important facet of . . .

Meanwhile, North Korea was building a nuke
Chris Adamo
October 11, 2006

The dust has yet to settle in the wake of a possible North Korean nuclear weapon test, and accounts of the nature of the event differ greatly. Stories of the . . .

On corruption, partisan politics, and hypocrisy
Chris Adamo
October 4, 2006

Amid the horrifying breaking news of the past few days, Americans must remain focused on the threats that still loom over their country's future. To do . . .

Democrats are blindsided by the truth
Chris Adamo
September 27, 2006

The past week was extremely rough on American leftists. Public spotlights have been shining brightly on them from various angles. The result is that they are no . . .

Liberalism is destroying the Geneva Convention
Chris Adamo
September 21, 2006

Pick your issue, from the environment to "sexual harassment," to the treatment of captured terrorists, and the liberal take on it is guaranteed to be wrong on . . .

September 11: Still just a game to Democrats
Chris Adamo
September 14, 2006

For starters, a brief junior high civics lesson is in order. Those who crafted the First Amendment never intended it as license for obscenity or to enable nude . . .

America's stake in the '06 elections
Chris Adamo
September 6, 2006

Conservative America is justifiably angry over the lack of Republican representation it receives in Washington. The two biggest bones of contention, spending . . .

Carter, Kerry, and other embarrassments
Chris Adamo
August 30, 2006

Like a chronic rash, former President Jimmy Carter has emerged once again to display a quality that vastly eclipses mere ignorance. Were his abominable . . .

9-11 and Katrina: Disastrous experiments in liberalism
Chris Adamo
August 24, 2006

In the next few weeks, two very notable dates will be observed. August 29 marks the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina's devastation of New Orleans. Less . . .

Iran's strategy relies on Western cowardice
Chris Adamo
August 16, 2006

Among the Syrians, Iranians, and their surrogates known as Hezbollah, this latest "cease fire" with the Israelis will only be a time of reorganization and . . .

Who will benefit from the Lieberman debacle?
Chris Adamo
August 9, 2006

So the dearest dreams of the extreme-left have come true. Joe Lieberman (D.-CT), historically a very liberal Senator from a very liberal state, was nonetheless . . .

Western culture's flagging will to survive
Chris Adamo
August 2, 2006

The orchestrated international outrage over the death and mayhem at Qana leads to only two possible conclusions. The first possibility is that Hezbollah . . .

Barack Obama and the latest Democrat "great awakening"
Chris Adamo
July 26, 2006

Just last week, an op-ed appeared in USA Today which could confirm the darkest and most hysterical fears among liberals that America might degenerate into a . . .

Congressional Republicans mull immigration sellout
Chris Adamo
July 20, 2006

In a July 3 article on Townhall, columnist Michael Barone laments the possibility that Congress may not pass any immigration "reform" legislation this year. . . .

GOP should ignore Democrat playbook
Chris Adamo
July 12, 2006

It should be glaringly obvious from the widespread Democrat excommunication of Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman (D.-CN) that the Party is verging on political . . .

A declaration on the rights of terrorists
Chris Adamo
July 4, 2006

"All the citizens, being equal in [the eyes of the law], are equally admissible to all public dignities, places, and employments, according to their capacity . . .

Can liberals exempt themselves from the terror war?
Chris Adamo
June 29, 2006

Less than a week after seven aspiring Muslims were arrested in Florida as they plotted a massive terror attack on Chicago's Sears Tower, hardly a word of the . . .

General Benedict Arnold was also a "war hero"
Chris Adamo
June 21, 2006

It is long past time to speak the undiluted truth in response to Congressman John Murtha (D.-Pa.), Senator John Kerry (D.-Ma) and any of their cohorts on . . .

Hillary versus McCain: Last hope of GOP "moderates"
Chris Adamo
June 16, 2006

The June 12, 2006 cover page of USA Today contained an article entitled "Dems Slipping in State Races." Polling data for President Bush and the War on Terror . . .

Roy Moore, the imperial Congress, and the rule of law
Chris Adamo
May 31, 2006

When Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore defied an order from Federal Judge Myron Thompson in 2003, and refused to remove a monument of the Ten Commandments from . . .

Senate reveals ugly underside of the "nanny state"
Chris Adamo
May 24, 2006

As the United States Senate continues relentlessly towards the goal of amnesty for illegal aliens, its political movers and shakers are illuminating the . . .

Bush on immigration: Repackaging the trojan horse
Chris Adamo
May 17, 2006

Among the tiny handful of Americans who still clung to the illusion that President Bush might want to truly address and correct the illegal immigration crisis, . . .

Republican "moderates" put Democrat principles in charge
Chris Adamo
May 10, 2006

Were any anti-government "militia" or other separatist organization to consistently discuss Timothy McVeigh as merely a "rental truck operator," their . . .

Washington's deliberate strategy of non-solutions
Chris Adamo
May 3, 2006

Washington has been shaken by the recent Rasmussen poll indicating that a significant portion of Americans would support a third-party candidate for President . . .

Cancerous remnants of the Clinton era
Chris Adamo
April 26, 2006

In contrast to recent revelations of national security leaks occurring within the CIA, consider the absurdly trivial and wholly unsubstantiated charges that . . .

Corporate America's vanishing allegiance
Chris Adamo
April 19, 2006

The European Union is in tatters, which admittedly is not a bad thing. Yet the particular reasons for its continuing collapse portend a dark future for the . . .

Who can secure a GOP presidential victory in '08?
Chris Adamo
April 12, 2006

With the Democrat Presidential primaries apparently already completed, and Hillary Clinton declared the uncontested winner, it might behoove Republicans to . . .

McCain epitomizes federal government failures
Chris Adamo
April 5, 2006

The March 2006 cover story of "Fortune" magazine, entitled "Secrets of Greatness," presents profiles of several individuals whom the editors deemed worthy of . . .

Cultural collapse spells doom for "democracy"
Chris Adamo
March 29, 2006

From a strictly military perspective, Iraq represents a stunning victory for America. But as capably as American forces prevailed over Saddam Hussein on the . . .

America in the hands of angry Democrats
Chris Adamo
March 22, 2006

In stark but reliable simplicity, Republican successes of the past several decades can be directly correlated to the contrasts between their philosophy and . . .

The two faces of Democrat presidential politics
Chris Adamo
March 16, 2006

Shortly after this year's elections, the 2008 presidential race will begin in earnest. This means that among Democrat politicians, the venom and bile being . . .

Behind the veneer of public education
Chris Adamo
March 8, 2006

Americans who love their country and its heritage have been outraged as they learned of Aurora Colorado geography teacher Jay Bennish, who was recorded by a . . .

Port controversy: Democrat posturing and real concerns
Chris Adamo
March 1, 2006

When Bill Clinton's Commerce Department authorized the sale of sensitive rocket and missile technology to Communist China, he defended the action by . . .

Al Gore personifies liberal disloyalty to America
Chris Adamo
February 15, 2006

In the midst of the heated controversy over Danish cartoons disparaging Islam, a couple of drawings of a much more inflammatory nature suddenly were . . .

America must preserve its culture
Chris Adamo
February 8, 2006

Throughout Europe and the Middle East, people are dying. Some of them are non-violent and innocent of any wrongdoing. Yet they die, and buildings burn, the . . .

Hillary, judicial filibusters, and other paper tigers
Chris Adamo
February 1, 2006

The conventional wisdom is that Bill Clinton won his two terms as President by portraying himself as "moderate." Yet such an appraisal of Clinton's successes, . . .

Bin Laden/DNC deliver joint "State of the Jihad" message
Chris Adamo
January 25, 2006

Next Tuesday, President Bush is scheduled to deliver his annual State of the Union message to the nation. Not surprisingly, Democrats are already reveling in . . .

Republicans should go on the offensive
Chris Adamo
January 18, 2006

Were Americans to be honestly polled about which national issues they consider to be of primary importance to the future of the country, terrorism, illegal . . .

Is the Alito confirmation strategy a good thing?
Chris Adamo
January 12, 2006

So, the long-awaited Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on Sam Alito's Supreme Court nomination have finally begun. To nobody's great surprise, Democrat . . .

Republican culpability for Republican woes
Chris Adamo
January 4, 2006

A mindset of "acceptable risk" is spreading throughout the federal government with regards to the War on Terror. The most recent example of this dangerous . . .

The Democrat "Scandal Du Jour" strategy
Chris Adamo
December 28, 2005

Behind closed doors, prominent Democrats were no doubt livid that Saddam Hussein would tread so clumsily upon their sacred turf, claiming "abuse" at the hands . . .

"Guest worker" programs: Open-ended slavery
Chris Adamo
December 21, 2005

In her December 13, 2005 article, nationally syndicated columnist Phyllis Schlafly issues a blanket indictment of "guest worker" and "amnesty" programs being . . .

Liberal antics highlight criticality of Alito confirmation
Chris Adamo
December 15, 2005

With John Roberts safely installed as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and the Harriet Miers debacle fading into the past, most Americans are not presently . . .

Ninth Circuit Court and education: Affirming the obvious
Chris Adamo
December 1, 2005

On November 1, the San Francisco based Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in the case of "Fields v. Palmdale" that school districts and the state are the . . .

The burgeoning alliance between leftists and Islamists
Chris Adamo
November 23, 2005

In the wake of the information explosion of recent years, Americans can now find any "version" of the news that they like. Press accounts of the same . . .

Analyzing Patrick Fitzgerald's doublespeak
Chris Adamo
November 15, 2005

Even as the actual events surrounding the Grand Jury investigation of the Plamegate non-scandal fade into irrelevancy, the liberal spin machine continues to . . .

France mirrors liberalism's "end game" for America
Chris Adamo
November 9, 2005

Just as horrendous as the French riots themselves are the daily revelations that France's government is virtually impotent in its understanding of the nature of . . .

Alito nomination: A victory on multiple fronts
Chris Adamo
November 2, 2005

At perhaps the most critical and defining moment of his presidency, George W. Bush came through. In the midst of a wildly exaggerated Valerie Plame "scandal," . . .

The cost of real corruption (Part II)
Chris Adamo
October 26, 2005

At the writing of this column, liberals are practically frothing in anticipation of the rumored indictments of such notable individuals as Karl Rove. . . .

Clinton legacy: The cost of real corruption
Chris Adamo
October 19, 2005

From the moment of Tom Delay's indictment, liberal grandstanding has been relentless. Its most notable mouthpieces, led by the ever-shrill House Democrat . . .

McCain and Rice: Guaranteed losers for '08
Chris Adamo
October 12, 2005

If Republican "moderates" should have learned anything from the furor over President Bush's nomination of Harriet Miers to replace retiring Justice Sandra O . . .

Miers nomination: George Bush's epic gamble
Chris Adamo
October 5, 2005

From the moment President Bush announced his choice of Harriet Miers to replace Sandra O'Connor on the Supreme Court, reaction from many conservatives has been . . .

Wyoming's Democrat governor renounces his party
Chris Adamo
September 28, 2005

This past weekend a gathering in Gillette, Wyoming highlighted the present, chaotic state of the Democrat Party. As Democrats around the country attempt to . . .

Katrina aftermath highlights true political motives
Chris Adamo
September 21, 2005

Beyond the shrillness and hysteria that ensued immediately in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the true goals and methodologies of America's political . . .

Judicial confirmation process has become a joke
Chris Adamo
September 14, 2005

Regardless of the outcome of John Roberts' confirmation hearings, it is plain that liberal Democrats have succeeded in making the entire process a grotesque . . .

Exploiting Cindy Sheehan: standard liberal operating procedure
Chris Adamo
August 31, 2005

If conservatives have one common failing among them, it is their lack of sufficient cynicism to properly assess the nature of their liberal opponents. Their . . .

Liberals play games with America's future
Chris Adamo
August 24, 2005

Last month's launch of the Space Shuttle Discovery represented an ominous "milestone" in America's space program. Previously, every major space mishap was . . .

Flawed confirmation process yields a flawed judiciary
Chris Adamo
August 17, 2005

While many conservatives still hold out hope that President Bush will reverse the abominable condition of the nation's courts, prospects look increasingly bleak . . .

Gaza pullout: repeating the disastrous attempts at appeasement
Chris Adamo
August 9, 2005

Among history's most repugnant episodes of multinational capitulation was the cowardly and reprehensible manner in which France, Poland, and England forced . . .

Guardians of the contract
Chris Adamo
August 3, 2005

The rapidly intensifying dispute over the proper makeup of the Supreme Court, and in particular, the possible confirmation of John Roberts to replace retiring . . .

The war of the worldviews
Chris Adamo
July 27, 2005

In a July 18 article, columnist John Leo describes how David Koepp, screenplay writer for Stephen Spielberg's recently released "War of the Worlds," revealed . . .

Paul Begala epitomizes the hysterical Left
Chris Adamo
July 20, 2005

Anyone who still clings to the absurd notion that the war on Islamic terrorism can be fought in the manner of past wars is either naive or criminally ignorant . . .

An epic struggle on two fronts
Chris Adamo
July 13, 2005

The recent Supreme Court vacancy resulting from Justice Sandra O'Connor's retirement, when considered in conjunction with the ongoing terror war, highlights the . . .

Hillary and the Democrats telegraph their vulnerabilities
Chris Adamo
July 6, 2005

Within Republican circles, moods run from panic to despondency whenever Hillary and the 2008 presidential election is discussed. Among consummate party . . .

Supreme Court eradicates constitutional principles
Chris Adamo
June 29, 2005

Throughout the course of history, the overriding tendency of those in power is to manipulate that power to their own benefit. Regardless of any noble premises . . .

Is this Democrat shamelessness a winning strategy?
Chris Adamo
June 22, 2005

It was only a few weeks ago that liberals on Capitol Hill and in the "mainstream" media were caterwauling about the raging corruption of House Majority Whip Tom . . .

America the frivolous
Chris Adamo
June 16, 2005

It is at this time of the year that some sentimental Americans reflect on the greatness of the Founding Fathers. Albeit, in the face of "political Correctness," . . .

Dean is the Clintons without the "slick"
Chris Adamo
June 9, 2005

Nebraska Senator Bob Kerrey (who, for the record, never claimed he spent Christmas in Cambodia) once called Bill Clinton "an unusually good liar." Unfortunately . . .

McCain's delusion: the rebirth of "moderate" dominance
Chris Adamo
June 2, 2005

Despite continuing outrage among conservatives over last week's sellout of Senate Republicans by seven "moderates" in their midst, it is clear that Arizona . . .

Judicial filibuster "compromise": America betrayed
Chris Adamo
May 25, 2005

It will be some time before the full impact of this week's sellout by seven so-called "moderate" Republicans in the U.S. Senate becomes completely apparent. The . . .

Illegal invasion: modern culture is the chief culprit
Chris Adamo
May 18, 2005

With Democrats and Republicans alike tap-dancing around the entire issue of illegal immigration, little hope for a true fix will be found until the root causes . . .

Public schools: awakening America to the danger
Chris Adamo
May 11, 2005

Far too few among the Christian community are willing to remain steadfast in their beliefs, in the face of the enormous pressures of liberal social change. . . .

Democrats' dangerous games of indifference
Chris Adamo
May 4, 2005

Throughout the 1990's, an ominous series of incidents unfolded which ought to have sent a message to America's leaders. The growing threat of an increasingly . . .

Breaking judicial filibusters: high noon for conservatives
Chris Adamo
April 28, 2005

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist is in big trouble. At least that is what one might believe from the liberal press accounts of his participation in a Family . . .

Ominous rumblings of a "North American Union"
Chris Adamo
April 21, 2005

Among the greatest ironies of history is that during the first part of the twentieth century two World Wars and a "Cold War" were fought on the European . . .

Despite numbers, Democrats remain in charge
Chris Adamo
April 13, 2005

Conservative morale is regularly boosted as one poll after another conclusively shows that the country is leaning further and further to the right. National . . .

America's system of justice is broken
Chris Adamo
April 6, 2005

In Florida, based on the testimony of one man, a defenseless woman is starved to death. His "evidence" was so flimsy that it normally would be insufficient to . . .

Judge Greer: harbinger of America's future
Chris Adamo
March 31, 2005

When Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore refused a federal court order to remove a monument to the Ten Commandments from that state's Supreme Court building, he . . .

GOP senators are beyond point of no return
Chris Adamo
March 24, 2005

A grave and as yet unrecognized danger presently looms for Senate Republicans with respect to the upcoming battle over the President's judicial nominees. . . .

The escalating war between old and new media
Chris Adamo
March 16, 2005

It happened again. Last week, during an interview in Beijing, Washington Post Managing Editor Philip Bennett voiced his contention that the United States should . . .

Why liberals abhor true Social Security reform
Chris Adamo
March 9, 2005

If Americans of all ages ever recognize the degree to which they've been conned by the proponents of failed government programs such as Social Security, they . . .

Arlen Specter's warped sense of proportion
Chris Adamo
March 2, 2005

Illustrating the abhorrent yet entirely predictable behavior of those on the left, Rush Limbaugh explains, "A tiger is a tiger. A snake is a snake. And a . . .

The "fifth column" of America's enemies
Chris Adamo
February 23, 2005

When Mexico's Foreign Secretary, Luis Ernesto Derbez made his threats against Arizona on behalf of the illegal aliens invading that state, it was no coincidence . . .

Saint Hillary and Reverend Dean? Don't believe it!
Chris Adamo
February 16, 2005

Howard Dean, the new chairman of the Democratic National Committee, and Senator Hillary Clinton (D.-NY) jointly hold the dubious distinction of being the only . . .

Democrats struggle in vain for "political traction"
Chris Adamo
February 9, 2005

Democrats are despondent over the latest polling data showing that nearly sixty percent of the nation approves of President Bush's job performance. In their . . .

Mexico declares "war" on Arizona
Chris Adamo
February 2, 2005

By far the most dramatic menace to this nation's future and safety emanates from the cauldrons of Islamist extremism. But Americans are also in danger of losing . . .

"Moderates" could orchestrate GOP disaster in '08
Chris Adamo
January 26, 2005

Ever since November 2, analysts across the political spectrum have pondered the real significance of values and morality to the election's outcome. But one . . .

Cape Canaveral: where politics met reality
Chris Adamo
January 20, 2005

Next week marks the thirty-eighth anniversary of the launch pad fire of Apollo 1, which took the lives of Astronauts Gus Grissom, Edward White, and Roger . . .

Enemies of Western culture united by a common cause
Chris Adamo
January 12, 2005

Prior to September 11, 2001, Afghanistan's repressive Taliban regime was known to most of the world only on account of a single controversy involving its . . .

Ukraine election reverberates throughout the world
Chris Adamo
January 6, 2005

If the defeat of John Kerry this past November wasn't sufficient to convince leftists that their era of dominance is over, surely the hard fought victory of . . .

Will Republicans seize the opportunity to govern?
Chris Adamo
December 29, 2004

Political operatives on both sides of the aisle are discussing the 2008 election as if it is only days away. But hardly a dismissal of the important issues . . .

Dismantling Rumsfeld's successes
Chris Adamo
December 22, 2004

If the left is to have any hope of undermining President Bush's second term, it must continue its previous efforts to destroy the reputation of every worthwhile . . .

ACLU steals much more than Christmas
Chris Adamo
December 15, 2004

Americans who hold to traditional values are expressing outrage this Christmas over the blatant double standards with which the enemies of this country's Judeo . . .

Republicans squander "political capital"
Chris Adamo
December 8, 2004

Following the Republican landslide victories of the 1994 midterm elections, conservatives watched in amazement as Republican "moderates" proceeded to completely . . .

Don't let Schwarzenegger tamper with the Constitution
Chris Adamo
December 2, 2004

In the aftermath of the 2000 presidential election, liberals raged at the "injustice" of the Electoral College. Consequently, they demanded the standard "fix," . . .

Two Americas: Jonathon Edwards had a point
Chris Adamo
November 24, 2004

Apparently Senator Edwards had a close brush with the truth some months back, though like the proverbial "broken clock" that shows the correct time twice each . . .

Democrats posturing towards the center
Chris Adamo
November 17, 2004

James Carville, the failed court jester of the left, unwittingly revealed a key insight as to why the Democrat Party is presently floundering so severely. In a . . .

The battle for the judiciary
Chris Adamo
November 9, 2004

In a bizarre manner, Arlen Specter actually did an enormous favor to conservatives and pro-constitution forces last week. Essentially stating that pro-life . . .

The "moderate" agenda: a dangerous prospect
Chris Adamo
November 4, 2004

The rampant confusion and dismay among Democrats in the wake of Tuesday's election shows that they have no idea as to why they lost. And if they continue in . . .

Al Qaeda to America: You can run but you cannot hide
Chris Adamo
November 1, 2004

Who can ever forget the stirring warning issued by President Bush, on his September 20, 2001 speech to a joint session of Congress, addressing the 9-11 attacks? . . .

Time to follow Kerry's lead?
Chris Adamo
October 29, 2004

At one time, John Kerry wanted to make Vietnam the centerpiece of his campaign, based on his belief that the contrast between his four months of combat and . . .

Fallout from a Kerry presidency
Chris Adamo
October 27, 2004

Has America thoroughly pondered the grim consequences, if the total lack of respect that John Kerry engenders is eventually projected upon an entire nation that . . .

John Kerry's real regard for religion
Chris Adamo
October 20, 2004

By now it should be painfully apparent, even to the dullest of observers, that presidential "debates" aren't about debating at all. Rather, they have become . . .

Amazing "ironies" liberals would have us believe
Chris Adamo
October 13, 2004

Under the tyrannical Taliban, Afghanistan was a cauldron of Islamic hatred for western civilization, and thus a fitting home base for al Qaeda. A single nation . . .

A grim summary of Kerry supporters
Chris Adamo
October 6, 2004

Among the most amazing and ominous of John Kerry's statements during last week's presidential debate was his assertion that America should sell nuclear fuel to . . .

527 organizations: Unintended consequences of campaign "reform"
Chris Adamo
September 29, 2004

The 2004 Presidential election cycle has been unlike any other in recent memory. Several factors contribute to this situation. Admittedly, leftists recognize . . .

More "liberal patriotism" from John Kerry
Chris Adamo
September 22, 2004

In light of John Kerry's hypersensitivity towards any questioning of his "patriotism," it is noteworthy that in the last few days, he has presented yet another . . .

Relevant and irrelevant issues
Chris Adamo
September 15, 2004

In past years, the absolute depths to which the Democrat political machine was willing to sink in blind pursuit of power, was epitomized by Chicago's elections, . . .

Terror war: The peril of ignorance
Chris Adamo
September 8, 2004

In consideration of Russia's past efforts to undermine the United States in its war on terror, it might seem reasonable to expect the dark forces of militant . . .

Tom Daschle's political charade
Chris Adamo
September 1, 2004

Conservative pundits are reeling with amazement at Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle (D-SD), who is running an ad in his home state portraying him in an . . .

Swift Vets: Real men confront the Left
Chris Adamo
August 25, 2004

Of far greater significance than the firestorm surrounding John Kerry's ostensible "war record," every detail of which is being credibly contested by the . . .

It's never "just about sex"
Chris Adamo
August 20, 2004

New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey is embroiled in a sex-related scandal that threatens to drive him from office. However, in contrast to Bill Clinton's . . .

John McCain: First Amendment control commissar
Chris Adamo
August 11, 2004

Every decent American ought to be thoroughly outraged by what has transpired in response to the ads being run by those Swift Boat veterans contesting John Kerry . . .

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