Published December 07, 2011
The response of the U.S. military, government and citizenry to the events of December 7 was quick and decisive, even if it was also often bumbling and haphazard. In 1941, the United States of America went to war with the Axis Powers including Japan, Germany and Italy, changing America radically and forever. The central and most important actor in December, 1941 is the United States of America.
Published November 04, 2010
Enough with the incessant comparisons between 1982 and 2010. There is no comparison, mainly because even though Reagan's popularity had sagged and support for Reaganomics had fallen, when pressed, the American people still believed in Reagan's prescriptions. Not true for Obama.
Published October 08, 2010
Let's cast our mind back to the days of Jimmy Carter. Here's the truth. -- There was no energy crisis. There was a crisis of harebrained government regulators, interfering with the free market, who created the problems in the first place.
Published July 02, 2010
Objectively, how does one really put Obama ahead of Reagan, who unlike FDR, solved his economic calamity in two years (and in the process, tamed the high inflation, high interest rates and created 19 million jobs in the private sector) and, oh by way, won the Cold War.
Published January 20, 2010
President Obama is a product of the Facebook generation, superb at self-promotion, less talented in other areas.