August 13, 2009
BARBOUR: OBAMACARE IS GOING TOO FAR, TOO SOON, TOO FAST, AND COSTING TOO MUCH

Americans are alarmed about the current federal efforts to change health care, and for good reason. After all it not only represents 18 percent of the U.S. economy, the health care system literally involves life and death decisions.

April 23, 2009
BARBOUR: CHEAP ENERGY, YES; CAP AND TRADE, NO
(From the Washington Times, April 22, 2009)
Conservative economic policy is under attack on many fronts by the Obama administration and its liberal allies in Congress: taxes, spending, government borrowing and free-market capitalism itself. As we fight on these fronts, conservatives also must be focused on another issue of critical importance to our country's economic and national security: energy.

February 24, 2009
GOVERNOR BARBOUR ON CNN'S "STATE OF THE UNION"
Governor Haley Barbour spoke with CNN ’s John King on Sunday, February 22, 2009. The following is an excerpt from the interview:

February 20, 2009
GOVERNOR HALEY BARBOUR ON FOX NEWS
Governor Haley Barbour spoke with Fox News’ Jane Skinner today. He shared his thoughts on the stimulus bill signed by President Obama earlier this week. The following is an edited transcript of their conversation:

February 9, 2009
WHY TIE HEALTH INSURANCE TO A JOB?
Not many people are buying cars built 60 years ago. No one is watching TV on a set manufactured in the 1940s. Patients are not lining up to see a doctor who hasn't cracked a book since before the polio vaccine was discovered. Why, then, do millions of Americans get their health care through an employer-based system from the 1940s?

February 5, 2009
VOTER ID WAS A SUCCESS IN NOVEMBER
Remember the storm that arose on the political left after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of Indiana's voter ID law last April? According to the left, voter ID was a dastardly Republican plot to prevent Democrats from winning elections by suppressing the votes of minorities, particularly African-Americans.