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As We Approach 237

As We Approach 237

As we approach Independence Day 2013, this might be a good time to take stock on the American experience: where we are, where we came from, what we are supposed to be and what we have become, collectively, as a

Benghazi: Progressives Rewrite History in Real Time

Benghazi: Progressives Rewrite History in Real Time

If there was ever a moment in time when the American people could collectively glean knowledge from a “teachable moment,” the Obama Administration’s handling of the al Qaeda-related attacks on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya is surely one.  From

Which Future Do You Want?

Which Future Do You Want?

As the media pushes the cosmetic differences between the two presidential candidates, I have long said that this election is about a fundamental question: Do you want more government or less government? After the release of President Obama’s interview with

The Bully Politics of Sequester

The Bully Politics of Sequester

In Washington DC – and specifically in Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s chamber, legislation is all about the politics of elections and less about good government.  If it weren’t, the American people would have witnessed myriad debates on at least

Tax the Rich or We'll Kill This Dog

Tax the Rich or We'll Kill This Dog

Back in the 1970s, National Lampoon released an edition of their parody magazine with a picture of (presumably) a man holding a gun to a dog’s head. The headline read, “If You Don’t Buy This Magazine We’ll Kill This Dog.” 

Where Did Syria's Chemical Weapons Come From?

Where Did Syria's Chemical Weapons Come From?

As the news stories mount regarding Syrian President Bashar al Assad’s decision to move his chemical weapons stockpile from storage to areas closer to rebel locations, there is one thing the mainstream media is not commenting on: How Syria acquired

Some of What Wisconsin Means

Some of What Wisconsin Means

There are many in the pundit-sphere who are dissecting Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s recall victory and declaring that Mr. Walker’s retention means one thing or another. Truth be told, many of their declarations hold merit as far as political science

The Left's One-Percenter Problem

The Left's One-Percenter Problem

In the aftermath of Vice President Joe Biden’s “Howard Dean” moment in Ohio last week, I was struck by the sheer magnitude of the Progressive-Democrat Left’s hypocrisy when it comes to their political attacks on the so-called “rich.” As the

The 'Fairness' of the US Supreme Court

The 'Fairness' of the US Supreme Court

In the aftermath of oral arguments in both the Patient Protection & Affordability Care Act and Arizona SB1070 cases at the United States Supreme Court, many in the mainstream media, as well as the many so-called political strategists of the

Reaping the Rewards of a 'Progressive' America

Reaping the Rewards of a 'Progressive' America

As the nation directs its attention to the events taking place at the United States Supreme Court, specifically, the oral arguments surrounding the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, now may be a good time to evaluate some of

Obama Sees the Constitution Through a Progressive Lens

Obama Sees the Constitution Through a Progressive Lens

The furor surrounding President Obama’s recent comments about the authority of the United States Supreme Court to overturn enacted legislation brought consternation from many a constitutional scholar as well as at least three federal appeals court judges from the Fifth

Why the 'Strategists' Are Wrong About a Brokered Convention

Why the 'Strategists' Are Wrong About a Brokered Convention

To listen to the so-called “political strategists” on any number of Conservative-leaning news outlets, you would think that moving beyond June without a locked-in Republican presidential nominee would be tantamount to inaugurating Barack Obama to a second term. “It would

2012 Campaign: When Did Honesty Become Optional?

Throughout time politicians and their handlers have been prone to omitting unpleasant facts or manipulating them so as to mold issues to their advantage. This is the concept behind “spin”; a form of propagandizing that crafts an “alternative” interpretation of

Trump: How About Letting Us Make Our Own Choices?

On a stage adorned with American flags and amid the glitter of Las Vegas, Donald Trump, who had been threatening a third party run for the presidency, revealed he is endorsing Mitt Romney for president of the United States. Earlier

An 'Axelrod-esque' Moment for Gingrich

On the eve of the South Carolina GOP Primary, ABC News televised an interview with Newt Gingrich’s second wife, Marianne, where she claims the presidential contender asked her for an “open marriage” so that he could see the woman that

Raiding the Treasury to Bribe the Irresponsible

A little publicized political story, if played out to the satisfaction of California Democrats (read: Progressives), would not only set the stage for a politically motivated raid on the US Treasury, it would afford President Obama, his administration and political

Eating Our Own & Providing Strategy for Obama

One cannot turn on the television or radio without some talking head or so-called political analyst pontificating about how Newt Gingrich is grandiose, how Mitt Romney isn’t really a Conservative – and how they both have flipped on several issues

Political Baggage: Establishment & Media Manipulation

As the 2012 Election primary seasons begins to ratchet-up, we had all better get ready for an onslaught of talk about “political baggage.” Whether it’s Mitt Romney’s “Louis Vuitton baggage” of having hired illegal aliens to manicure his lawn or

The Triangulation of the 'Occupy' Movement

Throughout the painful and paradoxical existence of Occupy Wall Street (OWS) we have been told by those in the mainstream media, as well as by sympathetic politicos, that at its root, at its genesis, the OWS Movement was both organic

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