My Concern With The Iran Nuclear Negotiations
Amidst the various twists and turns of our nations negotiation with Iran on a nuclear deal, one thing is clear: the American people are skeptical. Americans know that a nuclear Iran is a threat to every nation.
An Open Letter To Conservative Activists
After I write a column that rips Barack Obama up one side and down the other, talks about our debt or the fact that we essentially dont have borders any more, there are usually conservatives who show up in the comments section or email me something like, I agree with you 110%, but whats the solution? What policy do we put in place to fix everything thats going wrong? When are we going to have another Ronald Reagan ride in on a white horse and fix whats wrong?
Teens Shocked by Graphic Content at Anti-Bullying Conference
They thought the Iowa Governors Conference on LGBTQ Youth was about anti-bullying. Instead, about 1,000 teenagers from more than 100 Iowa communities were treated to a profanity-laced performance by a drag queen along with graphic conversations on oral sex and a transgender tutorial on how to make fake testicles.
John C. Goodman:
Libertarians Outnumber Both Liberals and Conservatives
Rand Pauls entry into the presidential race raises an interesting question: Just how many people consider themselves libertarian and what is the potential voting strength of this segment of the population?
American Jewry’s Moment of Decision
This week in two meetings with prominent American Jews, President Barack Obama threw down the gauntlet. Either the Jews of America will rise to the challenge or they will allow Obama to marginalize them.
You Picked a Fine Time to Betray Cuba, Barack (On the Anniversary of the Bay of Pigs)
Sure, it was one of those hoary historic trivialities that went down "before he was even born"--but President Obama finally signed off on his ultimate betrayal of Cuban freedom (removal of Castro regime from list of terror-sponsors/opening of economic lifeline) on the very week marking the 54th anniversary of the Bay of Pigs Invasion.
Assisted Suicide's Grave Implications
"It's scary and it knocks the breath out of you."
How Markets around the World are Reacting to the Bull Market
Markets began the week with a sense of optimism about the potential for strong bank earnings and a continuation of upside in emerging markets such as China.
New Economy Rules
It was a dull day for the broad market, but there were individual winners. A resurgence of the initial public offering (IPO) market was relatively quiet, save for the high- profile debut of Box Inc. (BOX) and Shake Shack (SHAK). And until this week, with SHAK soaring, both IPOs were seen as a cautionary tale that buttresses the notion that 2014 was the top.
Citi Economist: Abolish Cash (People Should Have to Pay Banks to Use Money)
The central banks dont like that cash makes it hard to cut rates to below zero. 0% is pretty much as far as they can go (though there are exceptions such as in Denmark.)
Time for an American Taxpayers Revolt
This was the horrible week in which millions of Americans paid their taxes to the ever increasing and intrusive federal government.
Hillary’s Struggle to be Normal
Hillary Clinton gets in a van a drives from New York to Iowa and somehow its all the media can talk aboutbut its what most Americans do. They load up their cars for a family road trip and yet, its not covered by the media.
Cheap Laughs: A Weekly Review of The NY Times
Georgetown sociology professor Michael Eric Dyson has made a very profitable career out of peddling lies about race in America.
A Challenge for Hillary Clinton: Return to a JFK Growth Agenda
When John F. Kennedy was elected president he surprised both Democrats and Republicans with a bold tax-cutting plan to solve the problem of a moribund economy.
Ben Carson Claims He and Al Sharpton “Have the Same Goal”
Why though he is a great man, Dr. Ben Carsons presidential campaign may already be over before it officially begins.
You Blew It! Worst Airport in the Country?
I had the misfortune of spending time in Dallas this past weekend, which meant flying in and out of the infamous Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Can you imagine an airport bigger than the size of Manhattan? Yes, its true 27 acres.