Monthly Archives: May 2011

Juan Williams winks at the corruption

Can there be any doubt that Obama’s proposed executive order, “Disclosure of Political Spending by Government Contractors” is simply a fund-raising tool? Of course not. And thus, the discussion of the issue gives us an insight into the souls of those … Continue reading

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Herman Cain wins first Republican presidential debate

I first noticed Herman Cain when he was featured a few days ago on Fox’s Special Report, featured as one of the five participants in the upcoming debate, sponsored by Fox, in South Carolina. I told my wife this was a guy … Continue reading

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Is presidential narcissism now official administration policy?

A number of commentators have noticed that President Obama’s announcement of the killing of Osama Bin Laden was focused on himself and his decisions, and was lacking in giving credit to the Navy Seals who actually risked their lives in … Continue reading

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