Published April 28, 2009
Good riddance, Arlen.
In perhaps the boldest display of power lust and personal gain the Keystone State has seen in decades, lifelong faux Republican Senator Arlen Specter has officially shown his true colors and switched to the Democratic Party.
Published April 15, 2009
As noise mounts in protest of our nation's rapid leftward lurch, the effort to expose a vast right wing conspiracy has returned, and this one is on a path to taking away basic American rights. This time we're more than a scheme; we're a threat.
Published April 10, 2009
As tax day approaches there is a crescendo growing across America in the form of organized protests, also known as tea parties, and the noise is on a path to becoming deafening. Thousands of rallies are planned across the country; one in every single congressional district and larger gatherings slated for cities like New York, Sacramento and Atlanta which hope to boast an upwards of 20,000 participants.
Published March 26, 2009
The best thing to happen to Hillary is an economic crisis. The calamities have pushed foreign policy headlines off page one and eclipsed her many gaffes since becoming secretary of state -- from mispronouncing the names of dignitaries to giving the Russians a bright red reset button as a "symbol of starting fresh" not the obvious connotation of a device that will set off nukes that would destroy us.
Published March 25, 2009
Though "words matter" to President Obama, details don't.
Last night Obama delivered a live press conference that came after a week of bizarre behavior, ranging from inappropriate jokes on "The Tonight Show" and delayed outrage over executive bonuses.
Published March 12, 2009
Looks like a life devoid of romance has taken a toll on Meghan McCain. Last week she was complaining she couldn't get a date. This week, in a new blog post for The Daily Beast, McCain calls President Obama "the hippest politician around" and blasts conservative author Ann Coulter for helping to "perpetuate negative stereotypes" about Republican women.
Published March 09, 2009
There's a saying: "You can never be too rich, too thin, or go too far too fast." Our current president seems to subscribe to the last part of that adage. Being the first African-American to be elected to the White House doesn't appear to be good enough for Barack Obama.
Published March 02, 2009
It has become jaw-droppingly clear that Barack Obama seeks to radically shift the alignment of this country -- tying its citizens to their government in a dramatic leftward lunge the likes of which America has never seen before.
Published February 24, 2009
When Barack Obama was a senator, he was much more upbeat. In fact, he was ultra-positive and almost too cheery and idealistic to be credible. -- We heard him on the campaign trail speaking incessantly about a gauzy vision of hope and change while his supporters snorted his every amorphous and vague word in the quest for the euphoric Obama-high.
Published February 23, 2009
In the next few days President Obama is expected to announce a plan to cut our annual federal deficit by at least half and to do it by the end of his term. He hopes to accomplish this by keeping two notorious campaign promises: pulling our troops out of Iraq and raising taxes on the wealthy.