Charles Krauthammer wrote an article this week that I found - as I do most of his work - quite profound. The article explains Scott Brown's victory in Massachusetts and debunks President Obama's absurd claim that Scott Brown prevailed due to voter outrage over the failed policies of the last eight years. It was more … Continue reading Democrats Continue to Attack Tea Party as DNC Claims Democratic Party Must Become More Liberal
I have reprinted below an open letter from Glenn Beck to all Americans. Along with it goes my endorsement, enthusiasm and unrepentant support for the 9/12 Project, as well as my tremendous thanks to Glenn Beck for spearheading this effort. Glenn is one of the most decent, most patriotic Americans I know. Glenn has been … Continue reading The 9/12 Project: An Open Letter From Glenn Beck With A Note of Thanks and Commitment From Me
Good Job Mr. President! You Got Into Bed With Big Labor and Lost The Senate In The Process. I can't wait to hear the all too expected excuses and explanations from leaders of the democratic party as they crank up the blame game. They'll blame Martha Coakley's campaign staff for running a lousy campaign. They'll … Continue reading Disingenuous President Takes a Beating at the Polls in Massachusetts
To All Democrats, Far and Wide; For the good of the country, heed my words: You people have gone too far. I prefer to live out my life believing - as I truly do - that America is the shining city on the hill that Ronald Reagan envisioned. If you love your country - … Continue reading To All Democrats, Far and Wide; For the good of the country, heed my words: Renounce MSNBC and Keith Olberman
The numbers just don’t add up. The Obama administration wants to raise about $90 billion in the next 10 years from an annual fee on the nation’s 50 largest financial institutions. The stated reason: to recoup the cost of the financial sector bailout. Yet, TARP banks owe the government only about $60 billion of … Continue reading Obama’s New Punitive Bank Tax: Barney Frank Admits It Isn’t About TARP, They Just Need Somebody To Tax
Since Obama's American Recovery & Reinvestment Act - you remember the $787 billion in emergency economic stimulus spending - didn't work, the Obama Administration has come up with a simple solution: spend more and lie about the results. This President makes Slick Willy look like a conservative boy scout. For months the White House has … Continue reading How Many Jobs Have Been Created By a Trillion Dollars in Stimulus?
I'll to start by extending an olive branch to those of you who believed the ridiculous Yes we can chants and Hope You Can Believe In slogans. That is, of course, provided you admit Barack Obama is a liar of the highest order. Surely you remember his promises of a new kind of politics and … Continue reading What Happened To Transparency? Instead We Get Obamunism
Among the astonishing things about the ObamaCare debate—or lack thereof—is that Washington is inundated with warnings about the destructiveness of this plan, and it doesn't matter. The agency that runs Medicare rung the latest alarm bell on Friday, and good luck finding any media mention. Richard Foster, the chief actuary for the Centers for Medicare … Continue reading Add Another $200 Billion or So To The Healthcare Bill…Who Cares
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has declared the Democratic Health Care Reform Bill unconstitutional and describes it as "pure political payoff." As a follow-up to my previous article, Buy My Vote Ben Nelson Asks Attorney General To Call Off The Dogs, wherein I praised the efforts of South Carolina Attorney General McMaster, I must add … Continue reading Democrats Health Care Bill: A Uniquely Contemptible Case of Vote Buying
Senator Ben Nelson, Democrat-Nebraska, famous for selling his key vote in the Senate's health care legislation to Harry Reid, once again spineless, has asked South Carolina Attorney General McMaster to "call off the dogs," in the face of a lawsuit which will challenge the constitutionality of the health care bill.