President Barack Obama recently uttered one of the most frustrating, angering, and mind-numbingly uninformed things ever extruded by a government official.
Welcome to Day One of the federal government partial shutdown.
We have heard incessantly of the widening gap between rich and poor. President Barack Obama and his minions have been publicly bemoaning it, vowing to address it -- and even warning of violence should it not be solved.
We are approaching the DC's sleepy season. Congress will soon adjourn for the summer. President Barack Obama will take that opportunity to jet off on his monthly vacation -- this time in middle class Martha’s Vineyard. So for a time, our freedoms and our wallets will be just a little bit safer.
Behold the latest tack of the foundering, floundering Barack Obama administration. Mired in the several scandals currently engulfing it, this week the president, his press secretary and his Treasury Secretary were among the officials trying to dismiss their wide world of malfeasance as “phony scandals.”
It’s the New Year, the pre-dawn of President Barack Obama’s second term - in which he is free to be more “flexible,” and is resolved to engage in even more illegal, unilateral power grabs.
These last several days - while we here were giving Thanks:
Tonight’s third Presidential debate is focused on foreign policy. What incumbent Barack Obama and his Democrats have demonstrated is that regardless of where they operate - on policies foreign or domestic - they are too often radical, corrupt and incompetent.
The Justice Department has been perhaps the worst wing of the Barack Obama Administration anti-capitalism, corrupt, Crony Socialist nightmare mess.
Members of Congress have dubbed this “Cyber Security Week,” during which:
President Barack Obama and his Administration do not pick winners and losers. They have instead made picking losers at the expense of winners an economy-killing art form.
On December 1, 2010, AT&T and T-Mobile announced their plans to merge.
President Barack Obama and his Democrat Congressional cohorts have spent the last three-plus years throwing legislative and regulatory anvils into, and in front of, the free market private sector.
In Self-Reliance, Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, "A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds."
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