New Year’s resolutions for others

A tweak here, a tweak there, starting with the truth

Richard Rahn Commentary The Washington Times 12/30/2013

New Year’s resolutions are difficult to keep. That is why I find it easier to make them for others, rather than myself, as part of my other-people improvement program. The country would not be on the road to […]

Report: Obama to Flip-Flop on States’ Rights to Pass Laws Against Same-Sex Marriage

The evolution continues.

John McCormack The Weekly Standard 2/28/2013

When President Obama made his announcement in May of 2012 that he (once again) supported gay marriage, he also made it clear that he thought the issue should be left to the states. Obama said in an interview with ABC’s Robin Roberts:

What you’re seeing is, […]

Michelle Obama: Undecided Voters ‘Confused,’ ‘Knuckleheads’

Daniel Noe The Western Center for Journalism 8/11/2012

Genius! Smartest President evah insults major European ally…again

“Don’t know much about history…”

29 May 2012

And you thought awarding the cherished Medal of Freedom to a well-known socialist was the indignity of the day. It might be, but this runs a close second:

“The president referred to ‘Polish death camps’ while awarding a posthumous Medal of Freedom to Polish professor Jan Karski, […]

Quote of the day

24 April 2012

“I just want you to remember that in the end, this all could come down to those last few thousand people that we register to vote. It could all come down to those few thousand folks we need to help to get to the polls in November.”

~Michelle […]

Mitt wonders how a young American could vote for a Democrat

B. Daniel Blatt Gay Patriot 3/20/2012

It’s the deficit spending.

When I first heard that Mitt Romney had made this comment, I thought he was referencing the trouble young people have had finding jobs in this Obama economy, but then I took a listen. Interesting how he makes the comment, hesitates, then explains that young […]