It is profoundly disturbing, therefore, to see Americans’ present-day responses to the current economic blip.
Only 72 hours after he took the oath of office, newly-minted President Barack Obama signed an executive order releasing federal funds to agencies that promote and provide abortion overseas.
With all due respect to Pat Buchanan, what no one seems to be discussing in all of this "auto bailout" morass is the fact that what the unions are to the auto industry, the Democrats are to the country.
And now the recriminations begin on the Right.
As Republicans and (some) conservatives sift through the rubble of the 2008 campaign to find remnants of hope for the future, there are a few things that stand out loud and clear – things which can and should form the basis for the Republicans’ message as they move forward.
It’s down to the wire. Is there anything left to be said? Any argument that will persuade those still waffling, or change the minds of those still inclined to vote for Obama?
Well, now we know why Barack Obama’s been so reluctant to have symbols of this country associated with his campaign.
Since today is Sunday, I will take the liberty of making an observation with a more Biblical bent.
By now, the media bias in favor of Obama is so glaringly obvious that it’s clear - MSNBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, The New York Times – are nothing but shills for the Democratic Party.
I am tired of all the dancing around the subject with respect to Barack Obama’s political, social, and economic views. He’s not a “liberal,” or a “Democrat,” or a “progressive,” or even a “socialist."
I thought I’d seen everything with Bob Dole’s blundering “I-deserve-to-be-elected-because-it’s-my-turn” schtick in 1996. He had no message.
Most people can remember when they read something that was life-changing; an epiphany or “aha!” moment. One such moment for me was the first time I read Thomas Sowell.
Most people can remember when they read something that was life-changing; an epiphany or "aha!" moment. One such moment for me was the first time I read Thomas Sowell.
The Obama camp is constantly chanting their mantra about how McCain is "out of touch" with the average American.
Much has been said about the media's lack of understanding about Palin's appeal, but there's another factor they seem to be overlooking: we're not in the primaries anymore!
As Mother’s Day approaches, I am thinking about an invitation I received recently to view a film called “The Motherhood Manifesto” at a local library. “Bring something yummy and come hear about the policies that make it so hard to be a mom these days!” the invitation read cheerfully.