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by Matt Mackowiak
Presidential reelection campaigns are always about the incumbent — serving as a referendum of that President’s performance in office and the results of their policies. It’s a choice election. It’s not about the challenger. What the incumbent tries to do is to make the other “choice” unacceptable, resulting in the incumbent’s reelection.
I suspect the 2012 campaign will be waged on only two issues: the economy and a referendum on ObamaCare. Consider … Read the Rest of this Post
by Michael Oberndorf
The current occupant of the White House and his unindicted co-conspirators can’t seem to get their lies straight. Their versions of the alleged killing of Osama bin Laden are conflicting, contradictory, and constantly changing. And the biggest lie of all is that Obama-Soetoro had jack to do with the operation. In one of the most disgusting displays of narcissistic braggadocio I have ever had the bad fortune to witness, the Prevaricator-in-Chief gave … Read the Rest of this Post
by Dr. Mark W. Hendrickson
As Americans increasingly feel the pinch of higher prices for food and fuel, the Federal Reserve’s QE2 policy of creating more money has been called into question. Asked if the Fed bore some responsibility for these vexing price increases, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke essentially replied, “It’s not our fault.” Instead, Bernanke blamed the price increases on “global supply and demand conditions.”
Is Chairman Bernanke correct? To use a well-known phrase: … Read the Rest of this Post
by Carlos Calwianka
Obama finally produced his “long form birth certificate,” and Ann Coulter crowed she was right all along about the birth certificate, but she really proved herself a crack shot when she said the birther controversy distracts from what a terrible presidency the Obama administration is. Quite well said, but did his parents have the qualifications to confer on Barack Obama Jr. undivided loyalty to his nation of birth? You know a tree … Read the Rest of this Post
by Floyd and Mary Beth Brown
While Barack Obama spends his time running victory laps around the country over the killing of Osama bin Laden, the American economy is careening toward a dangerous cliff. Royal Weddings, Obama’s multiple birth certificates, and absurd arguments about the NFL lockout dominate the news while daily Americans get poorer.
Obamanomics is a disaster. A greater disaster hasn’t been visited on the United States in our economic history because we … Read the Rest of this Post
by Don Feder, GrassTopsUSA.com
“Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want and deserve to get it good and hard.” — H.L. Mencken.
According to an April 17-19 Washington Post-ABC News Poll, a majority, or at the very least a plurality, of Americans are: 1) insane; 2) brainwashed; 3) really, really stupid; or 4) so naïve that they need to be restrained to keep them from harming themselves.
In this … Read the Rest of this Post
by Michael Reagan
Halfway through his term in office, President Barack Obama faces a crisis that could most probably doom his chances of being re-elected — he’s running out of gas.
According to press reports, the respected Lundberg survey showed that the average price for a gallon of unleaded regular gasoline in Chicago, for example, now stands at $4.27 — a 12 cent increase in just the past two weeks. And that, the reports note, … Read the Rest of this Post