Quid Pro Quo
Amerigo BonaseraMore broadly, ….those who donated the most to Mr. Obama and the Democratic Party ….were far more likely to visit the White House than others. Among donors who gave $30,000 or less, about 20 percent visited the White House, according to a New York Times analysis that matched names in the visitor logs with | Read More »
We Must Fight, Sir!
By Patrick Henry and Tom Tillison When one exercises due diligence and takes a good hard, honest look at the state of this nation’s affairs, it can bring about a sobering realization. Upon encountering this abyss, there are many who refuse to be dissuaded by the depths of the challenges and fall back on the indelible spirit of man that says ‘I can make a | Read More »
Google’s non-evil pose: Hand out, palm facing up
Google may be a name that evokes thoughts of flashy, new Internet technologies, or of a friendly relationship with the greater Internet community, but us critics have seen what they were up to all along. Just like any other industry titan, it takes what it can get, with government help when it must. What’s news, though, is that even the LA Times is taking notice: | Read More »
Change I can believe in.
It turns out that I was completely wrong to doubt that Barack Obama would change the way things are done in Washington. I should have seen the signs earlier: but when Barack funneled $1 mil of taxpayer money to the hospital where his wife works after they gave her a substantial raise, I thought it was merely a bold, one time move – nothing more | Read More »