My Tempestuous Teapot Boileth Over.
It has taken us two days to catch up with the comments we received from our article, ‘To Primary Or Not To Primary.’ This, more than any argument anyone can come up with, has indicated to me that the mood out there is every bit as charged as I thought it was. Reps. Jim Jordan and Tim Huelskamp said they would vote against the spending | Read More »
To Primary Or Not To Primary.
It should be apparent to even the mildest-mannered, laid-back conservative that things just aren’t working the way they should if we had Congressional leadership. John Boehner at CPAC, February 10th, 2011. What do I mean? We have outstanding leadership, don’t we? Well, we thought we did anyway. I’ve been wary of John Boehner since he was on the campaign trail. He made all the right | Read More »
House Of Cards… And An Ill Wind Blowing.
New figures on the deficit have jarred veteran Wall Street economists. The deficit just posted for April was eighty two billion dollars. That’s over twice what the deficit was just last April. Our total deficit for this year alone is projected to be one point five trillion dollars. The total debt of the United States of America is an astonishing twelve trillion nine hundred thirty | Read More »
Obama – A Case Of Diminishing Returns.
David Axelrod is telling us breathlessly that his glorious leader is FEISTY. I guess from that monumental statement Conservatives should be quaking in our boots in anticipation of the drubbing to be handed out by the President during his state of the union address. Pardon us while we don’t get overly apprehensive about repackaged garbage. According to White House insiders President Obama will focus on | Read More »
, Barney Frank
, Bill Clinton
, Chris Dodd
, David Axelrod
, George Bush
, Goldman Sachs
, Hillary Clinton
, job growth