Carol Platt Liebau

Posted September 05, 2011

This week, as President Obama prepares for a big jobs speech (yet again!), and one thing is certain: Whatever he says, it will be cloaked in euphemism.

Posted August 22, 2011

With the President’s own policies having exacerbated and prolonged the economic pain, Democrats from President Obama on down are once again refusing to let the crisis go to waste; they’re seeking to use the downturn as an opportunity to inculcate in struggling Americans a sense of class grievance.

Posted June 13, 2011

The Republican presidential debate marks the beginning of the real campaign season

Posted May 16, 2011

What's most interesting about the union's routine demands for "sacrifice" from taxpayers is how little they're prepared to ask of themselves and their fellow state employees.

Posted April 04, 2011

News reports reveal that the GOP budget plan proposes more than $4 trillion in cuts over the next decade, along with spending caps and reforms to Medicare and Medicaid.

Posted March 07, 2011

After the past few weeks, many GOP conservatives - and Tea Partiers - are beginning to understand how some of the Obamaphiles feel.

Posted February 21, 2011

There’s no doubt that the government-union protests taking place in Madison, Wisconsin are about fiscal responsibility, and the public sector learning to live within its means. But they’re also about much, much more. Above all, the conflict is about whether Americans will continue to be divided into two different classes: Government workers, and the rest of us.

Posted February 07, 2011

Big Labor is reaping the rewards for having poured a billion dollars into the Democrats' coffers during the 2008 elections – and spending millions more last November.

Posted January 24, 2011

Saturday marked the 38th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, the Supreme Court decision establishing abortion as a constitutional right throughout the United States.

Posted January 10, 2011

As the nation reeled from news that a gunman had shot a group of Arizona citizens including Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, an all-too-predictable response emanated from some on the left.

Posted November 29, 2010

Outrage is the appropriate response by decent, free people to their leaders’ willful moral blindness.

Posted November 01, 2010

For those who might be wavering, here are a few reasons why Election 2010 is so important. Tomorrow, I will be voting a straight Republican ticket because...

Posted October 18, 2010

With pollsters predicting catastrophic losses for his party, President Obama has resorted to unsavory tactics on the campaign trail.

Posted October 04, 2010

Last week’s New York Times piece about Democrats resorting to negative, personal attacks on their political opponents was an amazingly open admission of desperation.

Posted September 20, 2010

Left with no other plays in his book, President Obama has taken to personal attacks – seeking to tar as an elitist Republican Congressman John Boehner, who stands to become the Speaker of the House if Republicans succeed in winning a majority in November.

Posted September 20, 2010

Left with no other plays in his book, President Obama has taken to personal attacks

Posted June 28, 2010

This year, for the first time since modern budgeting began, the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives has simply refused to pass a budget resolution.

Posted June 01, 2010

Last week, combating sinking poll numbers and impotent to contain the oil spill rapidly polluting the Gulf Coast, President Obama reportedly turned to his top aides and said, “Plug the damn hole.” His frustration, we’re told, was palpable.