Published February 13, 2013
In reviewing the Jack Lew nomination for Treasury Secretary, the Senate Finance Committee should also ask whether Obamanomics have succeeded. The most recent GDP numbers say otherwise.
Published February 02, 2013
Wednesday’s announcement that the economy shrunk during the last quarter of 2012 is reason to ask two questions.
Published January 25, 2013
Friday, the United States Court of Appeals brought President Obama back to Earth and reminded him that that the Constitution’s Appointments Clause and the U.S. Senate are very much part of reality by voiding three of Obama’s recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board.
Published November 13, 2012
Lesson to the GOP: it is one thing to be rich. It is another thing to act like it.
Published November 07, 2012
The struggle for America's political reins will continue.
Published August 15, 2012
Team Obama has transformed the 2012 election into a Chicago knife fight. The politics of hope and change have degenerated into desperation.
Published June 18, 2012
President Obama is not cool like FDR or John Kennedy or Bill Clinton. Rather he is aloof. The whole world sees it and the president does not care. He needs a political lifeline, fast.
Published June 08, 2012
In 2008, Barack Obama won by assembling what has been called an “Upstairs Downstairs” coalition. Four years later, Obama’s 2008 coalition does not appear to be holding. The question is whether it will implode by Election Day.
Published April 04, 2012
The blow-up between President Obama and the courts is laden with irony. From Team Obama the message seems to be that Roe v. Wade is engraved in tablets, but Marbury v. Madison and judicial review are just so much paper.
Published March 07, 2012
If Mitt Romney wants a shot at uniting the GOP and running competitively in November, he ought to tap Mike Huckabee for vice president.