President Obama’s Comic-Book Identity Crisis
“There’s a storm coming Mr. Wayne. You and your friends better batten down the hatches, ‘cause when it hits, you’re all gonna wonder how you could ever live so large and leave so little for the rest of us.” –Selena Kyle, The Dark Knight Rises While liberals wring their hands over how to apply salve to the recent wounds dealt to the Obama campaign by | Read More »
Common Sense Dictates An Obama Defeat In November
‘Perhaps the sentiments contained in the following pages, are not YET sufficiently fashionable to procure them general favour; a long habit of not thinking a thing WRONG, gives it a superficial appearance of being RIGHT, and raises at first a formidable outcry in defense of custom.’ If one should step back and take an objective look at the 2012 presidential election, it would seem rather | Read More »
Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown’s War on Power Plants
Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown, an Occupy Wall Street supporter who is rated by the National Journal as the Senate’s most liberal member, is at it again. A hard-line leftist, he is putting his ideology above the needs of his constituents. Brown has declared war on coal, which is incredible considering his state generates 86% of its electricity from coal and the state’s mining industry employees | Read More »
Are Young People Dumb Enough to Vote for Obama Again?
Four years ago, younger voters were a key part of President Obama’s winning coalition. He didn’t promise them much – just ‘hope and change.’ But they probably thought they’d have something to show after 4 years in office. Instead most young people are deeper in debt, and they have little hope of finding a real job anytime soon. As Paul Ryan said, they’ve got nothing | Read More »
As we know from last week the US added 114,000 jobs in September. North of the border in Canada a country with a bit more than 10% our population added 52,000 jobs in the same period. This would be the equivalent of adding a half a million jobs in the US. So bravo Canada! However there is more. On top of this big job gain | Read More »
Despite What Pundits Say, Romney Still Has Underdog Advantage
From the diaries by Erick The past few weeks have been chalk-full of conservative pundits voicing their concerns with the Romney-Ryan campaign. Let’s review. It began with a POLITICO story citing numerous sources blaming the impending fall of the Republic on Romney strategist Stuart Stevens. Then came the holy trinity of conservative columnists – David Brooks, Charles Krauthammer, and Peggy Noonan – labeling Romney as | Read More »
Sean Bielat (Candidate, MA-4) Remarks on Benghazi
Two years ago, Congress failed to hold President Obama accountable when he sent a military force to Libya without their authority. Now, we see what happens when a President’s national security policy is left unchecked.
Rather than operating from a strategic plan to protect the interests of the United States and our allies, the Obama Administration appears to view our national security policy as nothing more than a way to stage photo opportunities and plant positive news stories.Read More »
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