Why the Living Hell of White House Life is Not Just Michelle Obama’s
The amphetamine was administered intravenously. Responding to his brother’s criticisms about such medication, he responded, “I don’t care if it’s horse piss. It works.” Indeed, JFK did make ample use
Andrew Breitbart: The New Media’s Conservative Visionary
When William F. Buckley and his magazine National Review appeared on the political scene in the 1950s, it emerged against the cultural backdrop of entrenched New Deal liberalism, and a
The District of Contempt: Let Them Eat Ice Cream
“Your new tax plan is going to tax me more, isn’t it?” The aspiring small business owner had successfully snagged a moment of Barack Obama’s time, and received an extensive
Cap-and-trade: A Cash Cow of Corporatism
A history of backdoor political lobbying. Questionable influence on national energy policy. A betrayal of those who trusted them with their savings. A profit-driven desire to see cap-and-trade implemented. Surprising
Information Management for Dummies?
Once again, the Left betrays a lack of faith in the individual’s ability to discern between the good and the bad, the healthy and the unhealthy, the wise and the
Keep Your Eyes on the Megaphone
On March 14, 2010, a Wal-Mart customer used the corporation’s paging system and—with an air of formality—politely asked all blacks to leave the premises. This set off a firestorm of
Russia: Is Obama Masking Free Market Idealism with Disarmament?
The Obama administration is not exactly a well-spring of free market rhetoric. Whether President Obama is endorsing cap-and-trade, increasing corporate taxes, or demarcating between Wall Street and Main Street, one