The United States’ foreign policy should be clear and consistent. It should not be used as a pawn for political gain. Unfortunately, in today’s world of Party politics, the latter is more of the norm. It is time to fix that problem.
The Administration’s foreign policy is both unclear and unsuccessful. It is time to introduce a more coherent approach.
The People deserve more than Presidential candidates offering sound bite policies directed at attracting votes rather than solving problems.
The Party candidates continue to waste time and money while the United States continues to stagnate.
As the saying goes: “Money is the root of all evil.” That’s particularly true in the world of Party politics.
The Parties have created a “We/They” mentality that has emasculated their Presidential candidates. It’s time for new leadership in America.
The President’s plan to sell 14,000 unused government buildings hasn’t worked. Why not use common sense? Don’t sell the buildings.
Finally: an experienced leader running for President who rejects Party politics and is focused on returning America to the People.
With a fondness for comparing himself to some of his predecessors, President Obama channels FDR.
The President and his Chairman of the Council on Jobs and Competitiveness impact jobs in America … unfortunately.
Would America be better served if all the current candidates dropped out of the Presidential Race; Republicans and Democrats alike?
Now that the selections have been announced, will America make significant progress toward fiscal responsibility or will politics prevail?
While President Obama celebrates his birthday, he just can’t resist the temptation to spread a little “blame.”
Can the Democrats, Republicans and President reach a compromise? Of course they can. They’re the very definition of it!
Why the President is winning the marketing war … and America is losing.
Democrats and Republicans continue to point fingers while the country is about to bump its head on the debt ceiling.
Casey Anthony might be guilty, but the prosecution didn't prove it beyond reasonable doubt. She had to go free.
To what depths will a politician go if there’s money involved?
What do Obama, Romney, Bachmann and the other candidates have in common?
For the sake of fairness, the list includes ten women on the left, ten on the right, and ten straight up that bodacious middle.