Published August 28, 2012
Chris Christie is usually a man of many colors.
Published June 29, 2012
Thanks to Thursday's ObamaCare ruling, not transferring money or value may now be taxed -- the precise opposite of what a tax has been in the history of jurisprudence.
Published August 17, 2011
I was watching the political talk shows while my wife was reading. Paul Ryan's face came up on screen and with exuberance I pointed and said, “There’s Paul Ryan! He needs to be president.” My wife looked at the TV screen and responded, “No, he doesn’t look like a president.”
Published October 11, 2010
Let me introduce you to Francisco de Bobadilla – liar and Columbus usurper.
Published July 16, 2010
While the movie “The Godfather” started it all, MTV’s show “Jersey Shore” has made the problem of unfair ethic stereotyping of Italians undeniable.
Published May 20, 2010
Facebook has obliterated civilized discourse by allowing pages related to "Draw Muhammad Day" to stay up.
Published April 30, 2010
The purpose of criticism is persuasion, and not one person has ever been persuaded by being insulted.
Published March 24, 2010
Bart Stupak had in his hands the power to stop federal funding of abortions, and he handed the power to the man who is schoolgirl-giddy in love with idea of funding abortions – Barack Obama.
Published March 05, 2010
There’s only one consideration that bears weight on the issue of where to try a terrorist. And guess what? It is not political. It is purely legal.
Published February 26, 2010
Here's the truth: the best plan for health care reform is old-fashioned capitalistic choice.