President Obama releases a politically responsive 2012 budget rather than an economically responsive one to trickle down a $15 trillion debt
LOS ANGELES, February 14, 2011 — What a loveless day. Enough Valentine’s Day. Ending up sick in bed is what happens when a guy gets exposed to a bunch of Paulbots running around, spreading toxicity. Back to politics. Kudos to every blogger who came to CPAC and provided non-stop coverage. To do that and anything ...
LOS ANGELES, February 10, 2011 — Is bad behavior by Congress even news anymore? Before getting to the main event, a pair of Democrats have done the Republican Party a favor and are running for the hills. Virginia Democratic Senator Jim Webb has decided not to run for reelection in 2012. After one term, he ...
A primer to help President Obama and our clueless Democratic and Republican Senators and Congressmen reduce the National Debt.
President Obama has a “Super Bowl moment” with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that taxes the imagination.
LOS ANGELES, February 6, 2011 — 100 years ago, true greatness was born. Dear President Reagan: First let me wish you a happy 100th birthday. You are still alive in our hearts throughout the globe. I had the thrill of speaking at the Reagan Library in 2009. It was the honor of a lifetime. I ...
So while conservatives celebrate and leftists foam at the mouth, the correct reaction to Judge Vinson's ruling should be a shrug of the shoulders.
The solution is simple. Leftist agitators need to try standing for something for once in their useless lives.
As a revolution rages in Egypt, President Obama must weigh Mubarak, money, and the Muslim Brotherhood before placing his bet.
Are Obama’s “five pillars” in his latest SoU address the foundation of economic stability or just the launch of his campaign?
What if the President’s State of the Union address was revamped to compete with American Idol?
The Democrat and Republican positions on Health Care Reform make me sick.
Human rights and the economy are on the menu as President Obama hosts a state dinner for China’s President Hu Jintao.
Democrats and Republicans, Conservatives and Liberals, Sarah Palin, MSNBC and Fox News finally share some common ground.
Politicians and pundits continue to “shoot their mouths off” about who is to blame for the Tucson tragedy.
Why do political extremists feel empowered to shoot decent Congressman, Federal Judges and innocent bystanders?
Will the resignation of White House press secretary Robert Gibbs leave an unimaginable void for Leno, Letterman … and me?
After 223 years, it just may be time for a Congressional “refresher” on the Constitution.
Some “common sense” resolutions for our political leaders