Jason Bradley

Is There a Case for Aiding Syrian Rebels?

Is There a Case for Aiding Syrian Rebels?

Michael J. Totten’s writing for World Affairs believes the conditions are ripe for military intervention and suggests the outcome could be beneficial to the US and Western powers. “A fresh government in Damascus will almost certainly be less friendly toward

Voters Aren't Buying Obama's Distractions

Voters Aren't Buying Obama's Distractions

With just three months left before Election Day, all major polls have Mitt Romney and President Obama neck and neck. Those who are keenly aware of President Obama’s record may ask how the president has stayed afloat when his presidency

Four Words That Changed the World

Four Words That Changed the World

It was 25 years on June12, 1987, that President Ronald Reagan delivered his historical speech in Berlin, Germany. Reagan stood at the Berlin Wall with the full weight of the Western world upon his shoulders. He addressed the crowd assembled

American Defense Outsourcing Has Become a National Security Threat

American Defense Outsourcing Has Become a National Security Threat

It is true and widely known that the US military readiness rests on outdated planes, vehicles, and parts. Severe budget problems affect all sectors of spending, and the military is usually often hit hardest despite a huge annual Pentagon defense

Colin Powell On Romney's Foreign Policy

Colin Powell On Romney's Foreign Policy

Colin Powell desperately wants to change his image. Powell has tried to transform himself into a “recovering” Bush administration official and free-thinking Obama backer. “Come on, Mitt, think,” he said on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. Powell went on to say that

Obama's 'Evolution' on Gay Marriage Goes Through North Carolina

Obama's 'Evolution' on Gay Marriage Goes Through North Carolina

President Obama has stated several times that he is evolving on same-sex marriage. What exactly that means is anyone’s guess. Mine is that he probably doesn’t care either way and when it is convenient to support it,  he will. If

Arizona: The Court Continues to Weigh Against Obama

Arizona: The Court Continues to Weigh Against Obama

The Obama administration is on a perilous path that may lead to political death. The Supreme Court is showing its hand, just as in the health care debate, revealing a strong amount of skepticism to the administration’s legal claims against Arizona’s illegal

Mediaite, Tommy Christopher: 'Obama Isn't Working' Racist?

Mediaite, Tommy Christopher: 'Obama Isn't Working' Racist?

The above banner has the folks over at Mediaite in an uproar. You see, according to them, the caption “Obama Isn’t Working” has myriad meanings. To start: It’s on a black canvas, which signifies that all blacks are at the

Leftist Group Leaks Confidential IRS Information

Leftist Group Leaks Confidential IRS Information

If something this obvious had happened to a liberal organization, you can bet the mainstream media would be all over it. But being a conservative, pro-traditional-marriage group, the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) has been afforded no such luxury. On

Hillary's Partying: Bigger Embarrassment than Secret Service Scandal?

Hillary's Partying: Bigger Embarrassment than Secret Service Scandal?

This image isn’t exactly an illustration of “smart power” the Obama administration touted coming into office. In fact, some are saying the spectacle was a total embarrassment to the US government — along with other recent embarrassments by our selfless

US Military Cedes Special Operations Control to Afghans

US Military Cedes Special Operations Control to Afghans

The  US military has agreed to transfer special operations to Afghan control, diminishing America’s role and responsibility in anti-Taliban night raids: Under the terms of the agreement, Afghan forces can still call on American troops for help and authorize them

What Federalism Can Teach about Obamacare

What Federalism Can Teach about Obamacare

After two years of open debate, this week the United Sates Supreme Court is hearing three days of legal arguments about the constitutionality of President Obama’s mandated healthcare overhaul. A ruling could come as soon as June of this year. In the two years

Obama Fails to Compare With Rutherford B. Hayes

Obama Fails to Compare With Rutherford B. Hayes

When President Obama’s speechwriter chose to include some disparaging comments about former Republican President Rutherford B. Hayes in the president’s Prince George’s Community College talk last week, he assumed few would notice or care. After all, Obama seems to find it irresistible

AP Candy-Coats Real "War On Women"

AP Candy-Coats Real "War On Women"

It’s real simple  to get to the point regarding a recent Associated Press article about a Moroccan girl who took her life rather than be married to her rapist, and the outrage that followed once the details were revealed. The case of a

Chinese Military Spending Up, Up, Up

Chinese Military Spending Up, Up, Up

While Americans have been held captivated over Slut-Gate, starring a 30 year-old student playing the part of a 23 year-old co-ed law student and Rush Limbaugh playing himself, in which the fate of the Republic rested on the apology heard

States Show Tax Hikes and the 'Buffet Rule' Don't Work

Capitol Alert Gov. Jerry Brown wants to hit California’s highest-income taxpayers with billions of dollars in new taxes, and is jousting with other groups with their own tax-the-rich measures over which, if any, will win voter approval. But the number of Californians

Calls for Military Parade in New York Go Unanswered

Calls for Military Parade in New York Go Unanswered

In light of the upcoming New York Giant’s Super Bowl victory parade in New York City, public outcry for a parade honoring soldiers who have returned from Iraq are growing louder: A ticker-tape parade for the Super Bowl Champion New

Santorum Delivers but Non-Binding Results Offer Little

I say offers little but in reality Romney has more to lose than Santorum does to gain. The contests in Missouri, Minnesota, and Colorado were all non-binding, which means it was nothing more than a beauty contest as no delegates will be

Romney's 'Poor' Comment Is Plenty Defensible

Just hours after winning the Florida primary, Mitt Romney let loose a potential gaffe that turned what should have been a rallying moment for Republican supporters into an uncomfortable position of having to defend the man that is likely to

The 'Civil Service Recognition Act': To Honor or Dishonor?

The bipartisan Civil Service Recognition Act breezed through both houses back in December with no dissenting votes. The law grants the American flag to the families of federal employees killed while in service to the government. I am a little

John Huntsman Call It Quits; Set to Endorse Romney

Huntsman will put the brakes on his candidacy for the GOP nomination tomorrow at which time the former governor will throw his support behind Mitt Romney. The man he often railed against and called unelectable. Huntsman received support from The

The LA Times Spews More Gas Than Truth Over Extraction

Representatives from Mr. Pyle, President of the Institute for Energy Research, recently reached out to me in an effort to set the record straight on natural gas extraction. Recently, the Los Angeles Times ran an op-ed that was chockfull of

Romney Could Win GOP Nomination by End of January

With New Hampshire secure, Romney became the first Republican non-incumbent presidential candidate to win both Iowa’s and New Hampshire’s primaries. “Tonight we made history,” Romney told cheering supporters before pivoting to a stinging denunciation of President Barack Obama. “The middle

Mitt, I Like the Power to Fire People, Too

If you allow the media to tell the story about Mitt Romney’s comment, “I like being able to fire people who provide services to me” you can easily be mislead that Romney is a emotionless, suit and tie wearing, profit

A Word on Santorum's 'Compassionate Conservative' Earmark Legacy

I wouldn’t say its been a well kept secret, but Santorum’s previous level of obscurity for the GOP nomination prevented his legacy of earmarks from getting its due mention. Senator Santorum’s career in Congress was during the heyday of big