A Visit to the Ronald Reagan Library Today

    Today I was driving from Southern California back to the North, returning from a business trip to LA. Since I stay at a motel in Newbury Park I was close this morning to the Ronald Reagan library and wanted to go visit it again.  The Ronald Reagan Library is located in Simi Valley California, off of the Olsen exit on the 23 Freeway in Thousand | Read More »

    Obama finally breaks silence on violence in Libya

    President Obama condemned the violence in Libya, dispatched Secretary of State Clinton to Geneva for talks aimed at stopping the bloodshed, and said he directed his administration to prepare a full range of options to respond. Obama also said the suffering and bloodshed is outrageous and unacceptable. Obama made these profound announcements Wednesday evening — his first public comments on the violent unrest sweeping Libya. | Read More »

    Obama finally breaks silence on violence in Libya

    President Obama condemned the violence in Libya, dispatched Secretary of State Clinton to Geneva for talks aimed at stopping the bloodshed, and said he directed his administration to prepare a full range of options to respond. Obama also said the suffering and bloodshed is outrageous and unacceptable. Obama made these profound announcements Wednesday evening — his first public comments on the violent unrest sweeping Libya. | Read More »

    Pence Ponders Profoundly on Presidency

    After reading this, I like Mike even more! Representative Mike Pence delivered a speech at Hillsdale College on September 20, 2010, and the speech is reprinted in the October issue of their monthly magazine Imprimis. You really need to read the whole thing– it is a masterful speech and full of solid understanding of history and the Constitution.  And it is flat out eloquent and | Read More »

    Why We Need to Win

    AOL political reporter Mark Impomeni is reporting that Rep. Jose Serrano (D-NY) Is proposing legislation that would abolish the 22nd Amendment, which prevents presidents from seeking more than two terms. He is doing this of course, because Barack Obama is taking the oath of office and the left is absolutely convinced that Obama is going to solve all of their problems. In the last two | Read More »

    Why I Don’t Feel Sorry For Barack Obama

    I can understand how newly-minted Presidents and Presidents-elect chafe at the overweening presence of the media in their daily activities. But I am not prepared to offer them much sympathy when they complain; particularly when, as in Barack Obama’s case, they have benefited so mightily from favorable–yea, fawning–media coverage and were propelled to the Presidency itself as a consequence of that fawning coverage. Perhaps, like | Read More »

    What?

    Where, in the excerpts discussed here, did the Vice President of the United States say that the President has the right “to dissolve the Constitution”? Cheney gave a general answer to a vague question and pointed out the obvious fact that the President does not have to consult Congress before launching nuclear weapons–mostly because in a launch situation, there would be no time for such | Read More »