Support our Investigations
Sign up for our free daily update
The Most Recent Posts
- Video: Obama Summoned to Appear in Georgia Court
- 7 of the 8 Missing Iowa Precincts Voted Against Romney in 2008
- Iowa Voting Irregularities Kept Santorum from Becoming the Anti-Romney Candidate
- Video: Congressman, “Countries Have Been Formed in Less Time” than Report on Fast and Furious
- Will Republicans Let Eric Holder Get Away with Murder?
You might also like...
Book Review: The Faith of Ronald Reagan by Mary Beth Brown
The Left’s Vicious Smear Campaign Against Clarence Thomas Turns 20
Faith is the Source of America’s Greatness
Extra Video: Alan Keyes Sings “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”(!)
Rebublicans Should Be Embarrassed By Debt Increase Vote
Americans Will See if Republicans Are Any Different Than Democrats
Tag Archives: Democratic Party
by Floyd and Mary Beth Brown
Writing a syndicated column in 2011 is night and day different from when we started writing for publication in the 1990′s. The overriding change is the volume and immediacy of feedback. In the 1990′s we would receive the occasional letter applauding or challenging our thesis, facts and motives. Today we find our email inbox and comment sections so full it is difficult to read it all.
We take our … Read the Rest of this Post
by Ben Johnson, The White House Watch
Although he has grown Washington more than any president in a generation, Barack Obama is talking like a Jeffersonian states rights champion — in the one night, in the one state, on the one issue that would promote his top-down rejection of traditional morality. As Barack Obama attends a sold out, $1,250-per-plate campaign fundraiser before a large homosexual group in New York (the “Gala with the Gay Community”) … Read the Rest of this Post
by Michael Oberndorf
Democrats invented election fraud. The most recent example of their talent and expertise was the special election in New York’s 26th Congressional District, where a far-Left Democrat masqueraded as a Tea Party candidate. Correctly counting on the laziness of voters to know who they are actually voting for (just as Barack Hussein Obama did), he managed to garner nine percent of the conservative vote, allowing the openly declared liberal Democrat to win.… Read the Rest of this Post
by Ben Johnson
Throughout his time as president, Barack Obama has made ample use of Saul Alinsky’s rules for political warfare. Alinsky’s Rule #5 states “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon,” while Rule #13 prescribes: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” Obama has repeatedly mocked and belittled his political opponents, attempted to stifle dissent, and tried to delegitimize news outlets that do not adhere to his party line. Now, he has … Read the Rest of this Post
by Michael Oberndorf
Whether the voters like it or not, and whether they care or not, politicians have declared that the coffee break is over and the campaign for the presidential election, to be held in November, 2012 – more than 500 days from now – has officially begun. Be still, my raging heart. Since the fool who currently occupies the White House is already using our tax dollars to pay for his campaign appearances… Read the Rest of this Post
by Dr. Paul G. Kengor
The Libya situation is complicated. I envy no president stuck with the task. Among the complexities, the most daunting unknown is what’s behind the opposition. We would all like to see Moammar Gaddafi tossed to the ash-heap of history, but the rub is who, or what, would replace him. What a tragedy it would be if America intervened only to see Gaddafi replaced by an Ayatollah.
President … Read the Rest of this Post
by Don Feder, GrassTopsUSA.com
Where’s the outrage?
Given what Barack Obama is doing to the Constitution, the economy and our future, the American people should be up in arms (metaphorically speaking, civility-hysterics take note). Citizens should be marching on Washington with pitchforks and flaming brands in hand (also a metaphor). Every city should see demonstrations to make the most raucous Tea Party rally look like Sunday night in Pierre, South Dakota.
Instead, it’s a … Read the Rest of this Post
by Ben Johnson
So far, the first person to seriously raise the issue of impeaching Barack Obama over his illegal, unconstitutional war in Libya is Dennis Kucinich. That means the man whose ideas may do the most to unite the Republican Party is a Democrat.
To be clear, impeachment is a constitutional remedy for a president intent upon violating its strictures. Unfortunately, it is also a political act, which means politicians must feel they … Read the Rest of this Post