The Obama regime’s terrible Egyptian optics
It was terrible optics, the next day the President goes golfing and Secretary Kerry is out on his yacht. – Reuters’ David Rohde On the Face The Nation, Reuters’ David Rohde nailed it when describing the incompetent manner in which the Obama administration has handled the Egyptian coup. Rohde noted that the administration could have a much clearer public position about its goals in the | Read More »
Reid trying to add online gambling to tax bill?
Via Instapundit, the Politico is reporting that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is trying to add language permitting online gambling to the tax compromise negotiated between the GOP and the President. This is a reversal for Reid, who was opposed to online gambling, right up to the point where certain casinos (who are now in favor of the legislation) dumped at least 500K into Reid’s | Read More »
NH-1: The Latest Earmark Battleground?
I suppose being the front-runner in a campaign is a double-edged sword; most folks have likely heard of you before, but everyone behind you is gunning for you. In Frank Guinta’s case he also has a paper trail as the former Mayor of Manchester that he just can’t seem to run away from fast enough. Now, for the record, if he clears New Hampshire’s September | Read More »
NH-1: Guinta’s Muddy Waters On Climate
I really want to like this guy Guinta; if he clears the primary I’m going to have to vote for him. It’s getting harder rather than easier though, because he seems far too adept at blaming everyone else but himself for his troubles. This is not a good sign. I wrote in this space recently about my concerns with Guinta’s position on the Stimulus bill. | Read More »