Vladimir Putin is one step closer to more of our defense secrets.
The Obama Campaign’s “official introduction” into the 2012 campaign (a race that some would say he’s been running since November 3, 2008) makes no official statements, yet illustrates his political platform very clearly: “All of you who are still unemployed, those of you who are now in the midst of fighting a third Middle Eastern war without Congressional approval, and all of you who sent an overwhelming majority of Republicans to Congress in November because you didn’t like my NCAA draft picks: Give me your money so that I can have the biggest campaign bankroll EVER.” No wonder Obama viewed former Press Secretary Gibbs’s $172,000/year salary as “modest”: This President needs One BILLION Dollars to raise his self-esteem.
Well, I suppose better late than never. “Robin” found David Horowitz’s January 30 commentary on Howard Zinn, and they were not happy:
the ignorance of this piece is astounding, in fact, Horowitz has revealed himself to be more of Stalinist than Zinn ever was by using a Communist smear tactic. In 1946 Zinn then serving in [...]
It’s his Woobie ™!
How sweet – Obama and his woobie are never far apart. He took it along when speaking to 6th graders, as I noted the other day.
And yet again he had his good old buddy by his side when talking to a task-force — of, like, a dozen people. No – really.
Here’s Obama dropping in [...]
Reagan and Obama
Is America a city on a hill or a country in decline?
by Jean Kaufman
10/07/2009 12:00:00 AM
Ronald Reagan believed in America.
One way he expressed this faith was through the image of “a shining city on a hill,” a phrase Reagan uttered in one form or another in many of his speeches, including his [...]
“Brain-dead conservatives:” Redemption is found in Reagan roots
By: Craig Shirley
October 4, 2009
Ronald Reagan once joked that Harvard was not the answer to juvenile delinquency. Nor are elite college degrees for the ailing GOP, as my friend Stephen Hayward seemed to suggest in today’s Washington Post.
Indeed, many of the conservatives he cited with advanced degrees [...]