Our Chameleon-in-Chief

    Depending on the situation, he’s morphed into Carter, Bush, Clinton, Nixon, Reagan, Lincoln, and even Washington.  With the Mid-East in full meltdown, the Chameleon-in-Chief’s true colors are starting to show. Cross-Posted: TobyToons (Conservative Political Cartoons)

    Something’s up big-time with foreign embassy bank accounts in America.

    Look, just because a senior executive of JP Morgan Chase hopped on board last week as Obama’s Chief Of Staff and is a long-time friend of his from Chicago too, doesn’t mean there’s any kind of shenanigans going on with JP Morgan Chase ordering all foreign embassy bank accounts closed throughout their company. Of course, it’s a foreign media outlet with the story (AFP). A | Read More »

    The Many Failures of Barack Obama (Part 1 – #1-10)

    According to the Progressives for America Facebook Page, Obama has clearly attained sainthood…no, that’s not right. Obama has clearly attained God-status. Yeah, that’s the ticket. He is the only president in history who has fixed everyone’s problems without even trying. So, let’s take a look at Obama’s many failures and see if the Progressives have a clue, or if they are clearly intoxicated on the | Read More »

    I’m not a real president, but I play one on TV

    Background Info: Last Friday, President Obama held a press conference, except it ended up NOT being President Obama.  The press conference was held, instead, by FORMER President Clinton.  To say the least, many people are wondering what that decision was all about.  Read more about it here at Redstate, and here at the Daily Caller.

    I’m not a real president, but I play one on TV

    Background Info: Last Friday, President Obama held a press conference, except it ended up NOT being President Obama.  The press conference was held, instead, by FORMER President Clinton.  To say the least, many people are wondering what that decision was all about.  Read more about it here at Redstate, and here at the Daily Caller.

    Why Stop at Clinton?

    If the ineptness of the “Great Communicator” was ever in full display, it was on Friday, when the declarer of “a new era of government” brought back a fixture from the old era to scold his own party into supporting the tax compromise between the president and congressional Republicans. President Bill Clinton was back behind the microphone at the White House acting like it’s 1996 | Read More »

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    Truth Or Consequences.

    Truth… a rare creature seldom seen near our nation’s Capitol. Watching the massive assault which has been launched against this nation is just mind boggling. We have the Marxist Democrat Congress, a defeated lame-duck Congress, attempting to ram through every single item they had left on their wish list before the Conservatives take over in January. They’re not having great success up to this point | Read More »

    Stopping START

    Rarely in our nation’s history have we been in such peril both at home and abroad. The mid term elections of November 3 which culminated in a thorough repudiation of the Obama regime were rightfully focused on its thoroughly negligent financial stewardship. Left unexamined was its equally incompetent foreign policy. The disastrous faux diplomacy practiced by the Obama regime has increased the inherent instability along | Read More »

    Stopping START

    Rarely in our nation’s history have we been in such peril both at home and abroad. The mid term elections of November 3 which culminated in a thorough repudiation of the Obama regime were rightfully focused on its thoroughly negligent financial stewardship. Left unexamined was its equally incompetent foreign policy. The disastrous faux diplomacy practiced by the Obama regime has increased the inherent instability along | Read More »

    Anti-Business–A New York State of Mind

    Chappaqua New York has been home to the Clintons (Bill mostly–Hillary a little) since they vacated the White House some ten years ago. One of the reasons the former first couple settled there is that it is a bastion of Democratic Party ideals and principals. And the recent incident where town councilman Michael Wolfensohn called out the local police to stop the felonious peddling of cupcakes by local youths is in keeping with the Town’s values. The councilman is right that unauthorized peddling can’t take place on park property, otherwise the public areas of tony Westchester communities will start looking like Manhattan’s Orchard Street, loaded with push carts and the chaos of commerce and trade.

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    Resident Obama: Halloween in D.C.

    Obama beating Palin, Romney, and Huckabee

    Granted, it is still too early to announce who will be running for the Republican Presidential nominee, but the following poll speaks volumes about who we better put up to beat Obama. In hypothetical head-to-head matchups Obama tops each of the Republican candidates tested, although in the case of former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney , it’s by just 1 percentage point (41-40 percent). In | Read More »

    Obama and Clinton Rail Against the Very Concept Democratic Leaders Invented

    As the mid-term elections draw near, Presidents Obama and Clinton have been campaigning against Republicans with this central theme: if Democrats don’t run the country, corporations will. What the Presidents fail to tell us is that Democrats themselves are the inventors and implementers of this very radical idea. As the Democrats—led by the current and a former president—attempt to rouse the nation’s fears in propounding | Read More »

    Progressives? What Are You Progressing Towards?

    I have asked this question for years. First it was just the musings of a grumpy Soldier and then out loud on Twitter and to my rather disturbed leftist “friends”. There is a lot to be said about the progressive movement and how it affects our nation and its history. We have a lot to “thank” the Progressives for: Prohibition, AFL-CIO, The New Deal, Great | Read More »

    Presidential Approval in 1994 and 2010 as Indicator of Voter Preference

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