Some months ago, I wrote an article about Congressman Alan Grayson which wasn't my finest literary work ever, but it was generally well received and, more importantly, writing it quelled my urge to throw the guy a beating. I'm sure there were thousands of people who wanted to throw him a beating as well, but … Continue reading Post Election Analysis: Alan Grayson The Most Ridiculous Congressman In Recent Memory
The Democratic Party which has long been a group of disparate constituencies, it is fast becoming incoherent rabble and a collection of panicked politicians engaged in political cannibalism. The media publishes stories all the time about civil war within a political party; they've just always run those stories about the Republicans Party. The story you're … Continue reading Political Cannibalism: Democrats Rush To Eat Each Other They Run From The Tea Party
Democratic politicians of today - and their media lapdogs - are far worse than their predecessors of 30 years ago. No lie is too outrageous for these people.
Thank God Barrack Obama doesn't allow lobbyists or special interest groups access to his administration. But, then again, Obama is a liar.
By KARL ROVE Americans learned last year that President Obama discards campaign promises like most people discard used Kleenex. Among the pledges he cast aside were reducing the deficit, reining in federal spending, not allowing lobbyists to work in his administration, increasing taxes only on those who make more than $250,000, and opposing "government-run … Continue reading The President's Bait-and-Switch Operation: Which campaign promises has he kept?
Surely you remember Obama's $787 Billion emergency economic stimulus spending bill from this time last year. It became known as the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Obama promised it would create millions of jobs and keep the unemployment rate from exceeding 8.5%. What is now undeniable - even by those who drank the … Continue reading How Many Jobs Has Obama's Trillion Dollar Stimulus Plan Created? With Accountability Out of the Way, We'll Never Know