About That ‘Reagan Debt’

    If you listened closely to president Obama’s April 13 budget speech, you may have heard him say this: “…as far back as the 1980s, America started amassing debt at more

    IMF Needs Real Reform

    With a sexual assault scandal surrounding him, Frenchman Dominique Strauss-Kahn has stepped down as chief of the International Monetary Fund. And now a woman may be preparing to step into

    US Must Stand by Israel

     That the very existence of one tiny nation like Israel has caused the international left, Arabs and mad-dog Muslims to go into fits of rage for decades shows precisely how

    End Govt. Funding for Awful ‘Art’

     A new Defense Department building just outside Washington, DC has become controversial after it was announced that a $600,000 sculpture – of a gurgling frog with a 10-foot-tall fairy girl

    More Bad News for New York State

    A recent Marist College poll said that a whopping 36% of people under 30 are planning to leave New York state, primarily because of its faltering economy.   Just think.

    GOP Should Rally Around One Candidate Now

    The Republican party needs to take back the White House in 2012. The situation is dire. The nation cannot take another four years of Obama. The GOP should proceed like

    Trump Quits, Newt Trips had predicted that Donald Trump would be the next president of the United States, but it will never be. Trump has bowed out of a possible 2012 White House

    Michelle the Barbarian

    First lady Michelle Obama touts her educational credentials from Princeton and Harvard. But her recent invitation for a black rapper to recite his “poetry” at the White House is yet

    30 Years Ago Today, the Papal Shooting

    Today, Friday, May 13, 2011, is the 30th anniversary of the attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II on May 13, 1981 just six weeks after the attempt on the

    More Muslim Provocation at Airports

    Two Muslim imams (preachers) were asked to leave an airliner in Memphis recently because the pilot feared them. They were clothed in traditional garb – long dress-like garments.   “It’s