The Problem isn’t the Fiscal Cliffs, It’s the Lemmings Running
If you don’t buy a toaster by January 17, you will die. Sounds stupid, doesn’t it? Yet it is no more ridiculous threat than the equally fictitious “fiscal cliff.” … Continue reading
GOP Smackdown: The Winner of South Carolina won’t be Romney, Gingrich, Santorum or Paul
There will be one loser in Saturday’s South Carolina primary: The GOP. The winner will be Citizens United, which has unleashed the Godzillas of funding in the Battle of the … Continue reading
The Wally Way: Is Walmart Destroying America?
“You shouldn’t shop at Wal-Mart. Their employees make low wages and the company doesn’t provide health insurance for them.” My mother spoke as I continued to look for an available … Continue reading
Mr. Obama is not the 3/5ths President – 50 Years of GOP Addiction to Racism
The sheepskin of George W. Bush may have said Yale, but the mouthful of “Bushisms,” from the “decider” to “misunderestimated” made him the butt of billions of dollars of “dumb” … Continue reading
Sorry Republicans: TARP Worked.
If you turned on a TV, or picked up a newspaper, or logged in to the Internet in 2008, it was everywhere: The Bailout. It was evil. It was immoral. … Continue reading
Mr. Obama, Our Grown-Up-In-Chief
The moniker “No Drama Obama” has long-since evaporated from the political dialogue, but that maturity and statesmanship that brought an end to a generation of political drama queens, from Reagan … Continue reading
What Would Ronald Reagan Do With Striking Senators?
WWGD — What Would the Gipper Do? Crush recalcitrant Republican senators who would stop the government’s business in what was a de facto strike without picket signs, that’s what.
The Bobby Jindal Moment: Obama Drags Media Through Unbearable Civility and Reason
George W. Bush was a pro-media president. You wouldn’t think so, from the way that he head-locked the press, cherry-picked crowds for public events, and limited his press conferences to … Continue reading
Will the Ghost of Richard Nixon Haunt the Obama White House?
No matter how far out you go into modern political history from 1972, the ghost of Richard Mihous Nixon, and his administration, follows U.S. presidents. In Frost/Nixon, Frank Langella gives a … Continue reading