Dan Gainor

Posted December 11, 2009

The last time unemployment hit double digits, the Billy Joel song “Allentown” was a surprise early ’80s hit. As Joel later told the Allentown Morning Call, it was a “song about being out of work.”

Posted November 19, 2009

December’s global warming conference in Copenhagen looms like a dark cloud on the horizon – just a few weeks away. The greedy left (and that’s pretty much all of them) is calling for “climate reparations.”

Posted November 05, 2009

It’s been a year since the American public first said “I do” to Barack Obama and it’s still a honeymoon period for the mainstream press. The first year of marriage might have been a bit rocky, but journalists still have that crush on Obama.

Posted October 24, 2009

It’s an era of hoaxes and hucksters. Balloons shaped like 1950s UFOs dominate the skies and missing children out their parents for their stupid stunts. TV news shows are filled with made up news stories and made up quotes about Rush Limbaugh. And instead of the three ring circus, the master of ceremonies tried to bring us all five Olympic rings.

Posted October 09, 2009

From Polanski to Letterman to Obama, media help stars take no responsibility.

Posted September 19, 2009

Bruce Springsteen once wrote: “From Small Things (Big Things One Day Come).” I doubt he expected that story of love gone wrong would become ideal political commentary for the group known as ACORN.

Posted September 11, 2009

No matter how little media focus they get, president's tough times are getting tougher with nationwide 9-12 events.

Posted September 04, 2009

Being president isn’t fun and games like I hoped. And I really don’t wish you were here. I could use a friend, but I need the Wright stuff like I need Arlen Specter. -Obama

Posted August 21, 2009

Politicians don’t just find citizens revolting. They actually fear their constituents. Liberal congressmen and senators are avoiding their voters out of a sense of impending doom.

Posted August 08, 2009

What goes up must come down. Unless it goes down further, sideways or moves some other way that no one really predicted.

Posted July 22, 2009

The left is constantly arguing for so-called "fair trade" to make up for previous unfair financial practices. "We need economic justice," they scream.

Posted July 09, 2009

Nearly 200 years ago, emperor Napoleon came back from exile and re-conquered France without firing a shot.

Posted June 25, 2009

With apologies to Janet Jackson, America’s rhythm nation is so 1989.

Posted May 21, 2009

Meet the only car that ought to come with a mandatory Mensa membership – the so-called Smart Car.

Posted May 08, 2009

What do you do if your country is too incompetent to drill for oil effectively? Drill an oil company instead.

Posted April 29, 2009

It seems like the end of the world. A deadly virus is sweeping across the globe killing off young and old alike. Media coverage goes round the clock dwelling on the danger.

Posted March 20, 2009

Republicans are derided as the party in disarray and, with Michael Steele at the helm, there is little wonder.

Posted March 11, 2009

This is the winter of environmentalists’ discontent. They desperately want the earth to be warming to prove Al Gore’s truth inviolate and they are going to make you pay thousands of dollars for it no matter whether it’s true or not.

Posted February 12, 2009

Shares of Hope and Change, Inc. finally rose this past week on word the North American firm would spend more than $1 trillion to dig itself out of a prolonged economic downturn.

Posted February 06, 2009

Once newspapers were the answer to the riddle: “What is black and white and read all over?” They’re no longer just black and white, but they are red all over. Red ink spills off nearly every page onto balance sheets across America.



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