Published June 07, 2013
President Obama should be doing all he can to reach across the aisle and to quell American’s fears that he is not the man he said he was, he is just plodding along business as usual.
Published May 16, 2013
The president can't just dismiss the questions over what exactly happened in Benghazi.
Published May 14, 2013
From Benghazi, to the IRS to the AP scandal. Who is in charge in the Obama White House? Anyone?
Published April 09, 2013
Contrary to all of the doomsaying in Washington and the pervasive message that finding a solution is impossible, there is a clear path to a balanced budget.
Published March 26, 2013
Republicans and Democrats would be wise to recognize the political value of sticking with what works in Medicare.
Published March 04, 2013
That America's electorate believes the president to be a unifying force for the country is completely incongruous with his actions.
Published February 13, 2013
Bipartisan lawmaking is what America so desperately needs. In his State of the Union address President Obama failed to tell us how we will achieve it.
Published January 21, 2013
Unlike four years ago when he spoke in similar, lofty tones, now we have to interpret the speech in context of his actions, which sadly involve more polarization, division, attack politics, and class warfare than is healthy.
Published January 20, 2013
In place of hope and change, division and partisanship in Washington mark President Obama’s second inauguration.
Published January 09, 2013
As we celebrate Richard Nixon’s 100th birthday, there is so much more to reflect on than the Watergate scandal.