David Limbaugh: Conservative syndicated political columnist and author

AOC Is No Outlier

February 15, 2019

The main problem in American politics is not the obvious polarization but the underlying reasons for it. Partisanship, angst and divisiveness are all preferable to surrendering the culture and fundamentally transforming the republic. The Democratic Party has deceived much of the public into believing that its positions aren’t extreme, but the truth is coming out […]

Grand Canyon University’s Disgraceful Cancellation

February 8, 2019

It’s disturbing that Grand Canyon University canceled a speaking event on its campus by Ben Shapiro arranged by the student organization Young Americans for Freedom. Under criticism, the university folded. An outspoken and hard-hitting conservative, Shapiro has been protested and threatened, as well as disinvited by other schools, but it is troubling that a Christian […]

Abortion Extremism Exposing Left’s Moral Contradictions

February 1, 2019

It’s horrifying that we are rapidly approaching the kind of culture that God ordered the Israelites to wipe out when he finally allowed them to enter the land he had promised them — a culture of rampant immorality, idolatry and child sacrifice. For the longest time, the political left insisted that it was not pro-abortion […]

Trump and His Supporters Are in This Fight for the Long Haul

January 25, 2019

I couldn’t care less about the State of the Union address, and I’m hardly panicking about the government shutdown, but I care a great deal that Democrats and the liberal media continue to treat President Trump like a dog, with utter impunity. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi disinvited Trump to deliver the address in the Capitol, […]

Make Your Speech on Your Own Turf, President Trump

January 18, 2019

It is amusing that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi claims her desire to delay the State of the Union address is because of security concerns stemming from federal employees’ being furloughed over a budget battle caused by her party’s refusal to secure this country’s southern border. Everyone knows this has nothing to do with security at […]

Hold Tight on the Wall, President Trump

January 11, 2019

The Democrats are no more serious about border security today than they were when they falsely promised Ronald Reagan in 1986 that they’d secure the border in exchange for amnesty for some 3 million illegal immigrants. Democrats are experts at seducing Republicans into abandoning their principled commitments. Over and over again, in contentious political skirmishes, […]

President Trump Isn’t the Enemy, Mr. Romney

January 4, 2019

Two days before he was sworn in as Utah’s junior U.S. senator, Mitt Romney published an op-ed in The Washington Post, publicly broadcasting, once again, his disapproval of President Donald Trump. Disappointing, but not surprising. Something seems to compel those in the never-Trump crowd not only to perpetually obsess over Trump but also to constantly […]

How Compassionate Is the Democrats’ Open-Borders Policy?

December 28, 2018

People are having fun lampooning Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s selective exploitation of Scripture to support the Democrats’ advocacy of open borders, but let’s not allow this mirth to distract us from larger questions. The incoming congresswoman tweeted: “Joy to the World! Merry Christmas everyone — here’s to a holiday filled with happiness, family, and love for all […]

That Giant Liberty-Sucking Sound From the Tolerant Left

December 21, 2018

Various leftist grievance groups have insisted for years that they just want equal treatment and equal rights, that they only want to end discrimination and that they come with an attitude of “live and let live.” Nope. We’ve long known that the “tolerance” police don’t merely want equal rights and to be treated with civility. […]

Pelosi and Schumer Show Their Colors

December 14, 2018

Contrary to liberal media reporting, the Oval Office meeting with President Trump, Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer was a win for Trump, both in substance and in tone. The meeting gave people an opportunity to see who fears transparency, who’s misrepresenting his/her position and who is being the aggressor […]

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