A big defining moment for any president and their administration is foreign policy. It can either make or break them. It’s impact is greater than many people give credit to. And, for the Obama administration it is proving to be a very difficult task to manage. With the yet to be released book by Bob Woodward, Obama’s Wars, it is a telling picture as to | Read More »
It’s 1992 All Over Again
America elected a new Democratic President with more than 360 electoral votes. Liberals streamed to power, leaving the conservatives downcast. The Republican Party extended long knives for social conservatives, blaming them for the sorry state of affairs in the Republican Party. “Their issues need to be pushed to the back burner” was the hue and cry of the party leadership. Sound like 2008? Actually, I’m | Read More »
Mortgagecare Part D
Am I the only conservative who felt a sickening feeling when McCain proposed socializing America’s “troubled mortgages”?