Philly Inquirer op-ed: Obama should pack the Supreme Court
In an op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer that is stunning in its partisan short-sightedness and frightening in its implications for the belief system of many on the hard left, Stan Isaacs pushes the notion that President Obama, faced with a Supreme Court that is likely to rule against him in a narrow 5-4 fashion, should follow FDR’s lead and attempt to pack the Court in his | Read More »
The Fight In Iraq: Yes, It Was Worth It To Fight Terrorists
Our “illustrious” Vice President, Joe Biden (he who is afflicted with both hoof-in-mouth disease and has no functioning brain), said that America’s fight in Iraq wasn’t worth the “horrible price” while attempting to have the Obama administration take full credit for its success. I’m assuming Winston Smith, from within the Ministry of Truth, was feeding Biden these lines. There is no sense rebutting Smith Biden’s | Read More »
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, George W Bush
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, national security
, Saddam Hussein
, world war ii
Liberty and Tyranny book review
Mark Levin has written the perfect book for anyone to read and understand what Conservatism is about. He does begin by stating that there is simply no scientific or mathematical formula that defines conservatism. From there on he proceeds to write the perfect book. It is 195 pages divided into ten chapters and a must-read epilogue. I encourage everyone to either buy this book or | Read More »
Obama’s New Afghanistan & Sudan Policies: Cowardice Unbecoming A President of the United States
Two Presidents: One a leader, and one…not so much: It has now been nearly 3 months that our glorious leader, Nobel Peace Prize Winner Barack Hussein Obama, has been mulling over what to do in Afghanistan. It’s more than past time to put up or shut up. In the words of Sarah Palin: “Now is not the time for cold feet, second thoughts, or indecision | Read More »
Obama’s Completely Undeserved Nobel Peace Prize: ” Thanks for Nothing Mr. President!”
The following is from my Examiner.com page. The original can be found here. Author’s note: The deadline for submissions for the Nobel Peace Prize was February 1, 2009. Barack Hussein Obama (Mmm Mmm Mmm) took office January 20, 2009. The Nobel Peace Prize soiled itself today. Sure, for years this award has been a laughing stock fraud of a prize given to the loudest self-promoter. | Read More »
Obama’s Stimulus Stimulates Nothing But Votes for Obama
Of his Social Security program, Franklin D. Roosevelt once said that the whole thing had nothing to do with helping the aged. “They were politics all the way through,” he said of his Social Security payroll withholding taxes. In other words, the So. Sec. program was created solely to give the Democrat Party a permanent majority on the “we care” ticket. FDR knew from the | Read More »
Is the Honeymoon Over?
As the course of the Obama administration continues plowing through the first 100 Days likes a bull in a china shop (or a bear through a stock market), you have to wonder if the post-inauguration high is waning. Beyond the number of cabinet nominees that have had problems (what are we up to now, 6 or 7?), we’re starting to hear about divisiveness in the | Read More »
Why Do You All Keep Saying Obama Killed Reagan?
The pundits and talking heads have settled on a sensational meme: Obama killed Reagan. To the Old Media and the pundit class, it’s got all the requisite characteristics of a great story. New beating old, liberal trumping conservative, it has power, pathos and amazement. But, it is also pure hyperbole and, well, a load of horse puckey. Before I get too much further along here, | Read More »
Oval Office “A Step Down” For Obama As He Outspends FDR
El Rushbo reported this week that the media has taken their worship of the most merciful Barack Messiah Obama, savior of the world, to new levels. It seems that being a community organizer and a part-time U.S. Senator for 13 seconds is a bigger job than the leader of the Free World as ABC’s Jim Moran had this tidbit to offer: In some ways, Barack | Read More »
Obama’s pork rancid in Charlotte
Obama pork bypasses dangerous Interstate exit ramps in Charlotte [Originally published by TMR Legal Editor, Mike "gamecock" DeVine as Charlotte Law and Civil Rights Examiner @ Examiner.com where all for verification links may be accessed.] The non-stimulating $1.2 trillion GovernmentGrowthulus/porkulus Obama-Pelosi-Reid bill will soon become law thanks to 327 Democrat and 3 Republican votes in the House and Senate. Barring a miracle, it is a | Read More »
The only thing we don’t have to fear is Obama himself?
President Barack Hussein Obama is no Franklin Delano Roosevelt Originally published by Mike DeVine, Legal Editor for The Minority Report On Wednesday, with unemployment at 7.6%, President Obama declared: “A failure to act, and act now, will turn crisis into a catastrophe…” Thursday, the president said: “The time for action is now, because we know that if we do not act, a bad situation will | Read More »
Inheriting the worst economy since FDR?
Since Barack Obama became president-elect, many in the mainstream media have claimed he will inherit the greatest economic crisis since FDR. Interestingly, many in the media made similar claims before Ronald Reagan was sworn in as president. For example, according to the January 19, 1981 issue of Newsweek, “When Ronald Reagan steps into the White House next week, he will inherit the most dangerous | Read More »
FDR lost WWII
During World War II, the Soviet Union was just as much the enemy as Germany, Japan, etc. It is well-known that USSR’s atrocities vastly exceeded those of most of America’s other enemies. We may have defeated one half of the problem (Fascism), but let the other half (Communism) get away. 50% is a loss in my book. Yes, FDR willingly lost WWII simply because he | Read More »