Obama’s “War on Religion”

The president picks an unnecessary fight with the mighty Catholic church Barack Obama is a Christian whom millions of Americans insist on thinking of as a Muslim. Mitt Romney belongs to the Mormon church, which plenty of Americans consider a non-Christian cult. If ever there was an election campaign both main candidates had an interest […]



The Man and his Myth

Despite a torrent of lurid detail emerging from the FBI investigation that led to the fall of the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, David Petraeus, and attempts to attach significance to the delay in informing the president of his chief spy’s plight, the political consequences are likely to disappoint Barack Obama’s enemies. Conspiracy theorists […]


Elections Have Consequences

We are told that in the aftermath of Barack Obama’s re-election, both he and the Republican leadership in Congress are signaling a willingness to compromise in order to avoid going over the dread fiscal cliff. “Obama and the Republican leadership of the House of Representatives have signaled a more conciliatory tone since last week’s election,” […]

Axelrod: Burden On Church To Contradict Itself

President Obama campaign adviser David Axelrod has said religious institutions have a grace period to find a way to include health insurance coverage for contraception as part of the U.S. healthcare overhaul without going against Catholic Church doctrine. This is not a first for Obama as at the Notre Dame infamous commencement speech, he sought to find the […]


Former Congressman Virgil Goode enters race for Constitution Party presidential nomination

Former U.S. Republican Party Congressman Virgil Goode of Virginia announced he is running for President of the United States. He told the The    Daily Caller on Thursday that he is seeking the 2012 nomination of the Constitution Party on a platform of limited government, a balanced budget, term limits for Congress, and border security. […]


Santorum: Romney earmarked his way through the Olympics

It had been a pretty tame week for Republican Rick Santorum in terms of new attack lines on opponent Mitt Romney, but that ended Saturday morning. Santorum, the former senator from Pennsylvania, came out swinging, saying Romney’s efforts to rescue the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games were not all he has made them […]

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How Hispanic is the G.O.P.?

A few days ago, Obama’s campaign manager, Jim Messina, caused a stir when he cherry-picked a quote from a Washington Post opinion piece about Latino voters. He tweeted, “Line of the day from WAPO’s Dana Milbank: ‘The chimichanga? It may be the only thing Republicans have left to offer Latinos.’” @RNCLatinos responded to Messina by retweeting a follower who felt insulted, and RNC […]


America’s Lingering, Looming Employment Problem

Earlier this month the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that America’s unemployment rate fell from 8.5 percent in December to 8.3 percent in January — its fifth consecutive monthly decline. The agency also estimated that the U.S. economy created nearly a quarter of a million new jobs last month — its highest output […]

1000 Days of Dysfunction

When U.S. President Barack Obama strides into the chamber of the U.S. House of Representatives this week to deliver his fourth State of the Union address, it will mark exactly 1,000 days since the Democratic-controlled U.S. Senate has passed a budget. The last time the Senate passed a budget was April 29, 2009 – three […]

Stop Bailing Out Europe

Contrary to the rhetoric of our leaders, U.S. taxpayers are still subsidizing an ongoing bailout of the flailing Eurozone. This expansive financial commitment – components of which have been cleverly disguised as currency swaps – comes at a time when our country can least afford it. Entering 2012, the federal government’s debt stood at roughly […]

The Economy in 2012: Turbulence Ahead

A modest decrease in unemployment and an uptick in holiday shopping have sparked a boost of consumer confidence in America; however, the fundamentals of the U.S. economy remain weak heading into 2012.  In addition to the lengthening shadow cast by the European debt crisis (a result of the same entitlement excesses in which our government […]

America’s ‘shadow deficit’ looms larger than $15 trillion

The United States government recently blew past a pair of significant spending mileposts. In a cruel “trick or treat” twist, this Halloween our nation’s debt eclipsed its gross domestic product — something that hasn’t happened since America’s post-World War II demobilization. A few weeks later, in mid-November, the national debt topped $15 trillion — which […]