Kevin Phillips

In 2014, the year that Constitutional Liberty turns 1000 years old, our task - of resisting an increasingly remote and control governmental power that has forgotten the tradition whose job it is to protect - is not very different from the Founders'.
Kevin Phillips thinks organic is a complete scam - so why is he farming one of Lodi's most renowned vineyards organically?
6. If I could have a playdate with anyone in the world it would be with Leonardo Dicaprio ... again. (On Legend's first playdate
Make a Joyful Noise! ... by which I mean: take the offensive and enjoy it. Share the joy. Stop reacting to the defective
It's incredible how much we don't know when it comes to the investment practices and trends that affect workers' retirement assets and other institutional savings.
Somewhere in all these contradictions and misplaced priorities should be a lesson for Governor Schwarzenegger as he returns
A criminal gang of rich white guys in New York did some extremely reckless things with the nation's collective wealth, and the middle class got clobbered.
Is the faux-fiscal responsibility conviction merely a convenient excuse to say no when difficult political decisions require foresight and sacrifice?
I'm not satisfied with the roster of economic personalities and thinkers we see Barack Obama mixing with.
Sarah Palin is right about one thing: this election is in fact a battle between the "real America" and a pretender. But it's not quite the battle she imagines.
Again, I began to talk to myself: Is there any idea that is too crazy? So, I started doing some math: Riding home in the
This debate has regrettably come down to a "Democrats want to talk badly about the economy in an election year while Republicans are the eternal optimists who love their country" line of thinking.
The inevitable chimera of economic collectivization is coming undone. Will ordinary Americans pay much of the price? Almost certainly. Should they blame what happens on marketplace forces? No.
With the current economic meltdown millions of Americans might be starting to wake up to the new reality brought on by years of unbridled greed masquerading as economic policy.