A Simple Infographic to Understand the Choice in 2016… More Barack Obama or a Return to Reagan
One of the most difficult games to play in politics is the notion of what might have been… How might things have been different had JFK not been shot? How might have things have been different had Al Gore won in 2000? How might things have been different had Mitt Romney or Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) 56% not run inept campaigns against | Read More »
After conquering the US, Barack Obama now seeks to become King of the World
Earlier this week I wrote about President Obama seeking to validate his Nobel Prize as one possible motivation behind his moves with Iran. Of all the options I think that option has risen to the top. It seems clear now what is happening. The Nobel Prize is only the first step. Now that Barack Obama has ruled the United States for six years with impunity | Read More »
Barack Obama And Iran: How Far Will One Man Go To Validate His Nobel Peace Prize? And What Price Will The World Pay?
Thirty two years ago Ronald Reagan introduced his Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) to the world with this quote: “We maintain the peace through our strength; weakness only invites aggression.” Derided by the left as being scientifically impossible and having the potential of reigniting the arms race with the Soviets, “Star Wars” as they called it, became a sufficient worry for the Soviets that it actually | Read More »
The tragic irony of turning Michael Brown and Eric Garner into martyrs
It seems like it’s almost impossible to get through a day without reading or hearing something having to do with the killing of black men by cops. Whether it’s endless Facebook posts or NFL players running out on the field with their “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” gestures or protests blocking rush hour traffic, it seems to be everywhere. From what you see one would think | Read More »
The Greek Tragedy of Obamacare
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where at some point you stop and ask yourself “how the hell did I end up here?” I have, and like a Greek tragedy, usually whatever predicament I found myself in was the result of a number of poor decisions that seemed to compound themselves until they finally reached a point where I had to stop and | Read More »
How the Trayvon Martin case showcases the plight of black America… but probably not in the way you think.
It’s been 20 years since Maxine Waters coined (or at least popularized) the phrase “No Justice No Peace”. The time was after the LA Riots in 1992 when the freshman Congresswoman from Los Angeles was defending looters as simply “women who wanted shoes for their children and bread”. Of the violence that eventually claimed the lives of 53 people, Waters said: “The anger that you | Read More »
The Democrat’s “middle class tax cut” is a populist red herring
From the diaries, by Erick I want to make my priorities clear from the start. One: middle class families need permanent tax relief. And two: I believe we can’t afford to borrow and spend another $700 billion on permanent tax cuts for millionaires and billionaires. That is a line from President Obama’s weekly radio address last week. He’s referring to the coming tax hikes as | Read More »
Barack Obama exposes the truth…
With all of the rancor in the media, online and on main street, it might be easy to forget why we are talking in the first place. The fundamental reason the level of discord has risen to where it is is because the number of people who are recognizing the threats to their liberties from the progressive agenda are growing every day, and they are | Read More »