Posts Tagged ‘ Obama ’

Three Lessons From Brussels

March 27, 2016
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Three Lessons From Brussels

The day after Secretary of State John Kerry acknowledged that the ISIS terrorist group was indeed committing genocide against Christians and religious minorities, Belgian police arrested Salah Abdeslam, the mastermind of the November Paris attacks that killed 130 innocents. For whatever reason, authorities felt compelled to tell the press that Abdeslam was talking and...

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From FDR’s “New Deal” to Obama’s “Drowning in Debt”

January 24, 2016
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From FDR’s “New Deal” to Obama’s “Drowning in Debt”

30 miles southeast of Las Vegas is a little thing we call Hoover Dam.  2,000 miles to the East is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 700 miles North East of it, the Lincoln Tunnel and 2,900 miles back to the West, a Golden Gate spans San Francisco Bay. Scattered between these purely American...

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Obama’s SOTU 2016: Fanciful facts amid dangerous delusions

January 17, 2016
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Obama’s SOTU 2016:  Fanciful facts amid dangerous delusions

The White House pre-State of the Union spin was that Mr. Obama’s last address would be “non-traditional”. And while it was not the traditional litany of wants, Obama did manage to keep it within his own tradition of exaggerating accomplishments and throwing out economic numbers for the gullible to gobble up with glee. A...

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Why do liberals demand I hate Obama?

November 29, 2015
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Why do liberals demand I hate Obama?

If I had to identify one single theme that runs through the most animated critics of this column it is “Why do you hate President Obama so much?” And when they find themselves answering their own question that too has a single theme: “I must be a racist”. While both assumptions could not be...

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Oath of office supersedes Obama’s wants

November 22, 2015
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Oath of office supersedes Obama’s wants

In the over two centuries since the United States established itself as a representative Republic, only 44 of its citizens have had the privilege, and the responsibility, to hold the position of chief executive officer. And each on has repeated the same 35 words: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully...

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Kennedy’s strength overshadows Obama’s weakness

October 18, 2015
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Kennedy’s strength overshadows Obama’s weakness

The numbers are in, the pundits have spoken, the spin has been spun. The first Democrat debate of the 2016 election cycle is now history. To the glassy eyed base of today’s Democrat party it was nirvana; “free” everything and all of it paid for by “the rich”. Santa Claus was a chump compared...

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