This Picture Says It All in Montgomery Country

    I have a friend who’s a canvasser in Montgomery County, Ohio. He recently witnessed a remarkable sight! When Joe Biden was in town, he invited the 9,000 attendees of his rally to vote early. The campaign had arranged for a full fleet of buses to transport the crowd to the early voting location, but only utilized 3! Election workers had unnecessarily prepared for a large | Read More »

    AFP hits Obama on One Term Proposition

    Wow. Americans for Prosperity put out  this amazing ad hitting Obama on his one term proposition.

    Shelly Berkley’s Failed Solar Stimulas

    Another day, another solar industry company with ties to corrupt Democrats that received stimulus funding going under. This time it’s Amonix, a start-up that never quite got started, based out of the Las Vegas area. Amonix’s North Las Vegas facility was approved for $5.9 million in federal tax credits under the stimulus plan, to underwrite early production of four 11-ton, 50-by-72 feet solar cell arrays per day — enough | Read More »

    Step in the Right Direction?

    It seems Obama’s campaign rhetoric is increasingly failing to match the reality on the ground. The economy only added 80,000 jobs in June, but President Obama referred to that as “a step in the right direction” out on the campaign trail. This is despite the fact that the second quarter was the worst for job creation in two years, and the jobs engine is not keeping up | Read More »

    Affordable Care Act’s Unaffordable Taxes

    The President and his surrogates have always denied that the health care reform law raises taxes, despite the ‘penalty’ levied on those who fail to comply with the individual mandate. The Supreme Court recently ruled that the mandate is only constitutional as a tax, proving those claims to be false on their face. Now that it has been upheld by the Court, it seems that | Read More »

    Senator Sherrod Brown’s Dismal Record in Ohio

    Ohio Democrat Sherrod Brown is running for reelection. Brown, voted one of the top liberals in the U.S. Senate, has a voting record that should make swing-state Ohioans shutter. Not only did Brown vote to support the failed $831 billion dollar stimulus, he has voted to support practically every other failed taxpayer bailout. During the Brown’s tenure he supported the Fannie Mae/ Freddie Mac bailout, the $432 billion | Read More »

    Supreme Court upholds largest tax increase in history

    The Supreme Court today upheld in its 5-4 decision on the Affordable Care Act, the largest tax increase in U.S. history. In the ruling, the high court decided the most controversial provision — the individual mandate requiring people to have health insurance — is valid as a tax, even though it is impermissible under the Constitution’s commerce clause. “In this case, however, it is reasonable to construe what | Read More »

    Waiting on Health Care

    The Supreme Court is set to issue its ruling on the Affordable Care Act tomorrow at 10:00 AMET. Many have been trying to predict the outcome of the decision based on the outcomes of this past month’s rulings on major cases such as the Arizona immigration law or a rehash of Citizens United. There are a few pieces of evidence that could point to a | Read More »

    Obama ad completely debunked by The Fact Checker

    The Obama campaign has released a new ad claiming that Mitt Romney is a Gordon Gekko- like “corporate raider”. The Washington Post reviewed this claim and found it to be false. The Obama campaign apparently loves to ding former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney with the charge of “outsourcing.” On several occasions, we have faulted the campaign for its claims, apparently to little avail. Now, all of the | Read More »

    Media ignoring legitimate scandal in Fast and Furious

    When Anthony Weiner accidentally tweeted a picture of his junk, the media was there for him. When Dennis Kucinich choked on an olive pit, the media truly cared. And for well over two years, Sarah Palin’s every breath was the subject of intense media speculation and over analysis. When the ATF sent thousands of firearms to Mexican drug cartels with no way of tracking them | Read More »