This world is getting strange and crazier than even I could ever imagine and unless we have all moved to the Land of Oz, somethings on earth - more specific in the United States - has to change, now! The following is my short list of needed measures. . . Emphasizing the word short.
Another day, another example of government overreach. Even George Orwell might find what the government is doing somewhat creepy. John also talked to Shaun McCutcheon about campaign finance limits, and how they need to change.
By the way, this is yet another warning call "If you have money in Spanish banks, move it somewhere else immediately!"
For a man unknown to most of America a month ago, Dr. Ben Carson is suddenly everywhere.
WASHINGTON - The latest sign President Obama fears he's headed for defeat came this week when he said he'd seek a "grand bargain" with Republicans to reduce a $16 trillion debt.
Mitt Romney has conceded that his thoughts, expressed at that Boca Raton, Fla., fundraiser, were "not elegantly" stated. Those mocking him might concede he has tabled one of the mega-issues of our time.
Americans keep saying we want our politicians to level with us, tell us what they truly think, not just go down the familiar list of talking points, giving us the usual collection of platitudes and hoping to be all things to all people. But when a presidential candidate does come right out with it, and tell it with the bark off, we are shocked, shocked.
So what about the Democrats' would-be tempest about Mitt Romney's alleged 47 percent gaffe? Is there any "there" there?
As readers of this column and viewers of Fox News Channel may know, I have not hesitated to criticize Gov. Mitt Romney's presidential campaign and the governor himself. I have argued that his message is muddled and his values are unknown beyond his ardent wish to improve economic conditions through the use of free market mechanisms rather than central economic planning, a position with which I agree entirely.
The challenge for modern-day campaigns is that the rapid speed of the news cycle ensures that new news is created on a daily basis, even when it is not really news. Blame the hunger for something novel and fresh that can eat up time on the 24-hour cable news channels.
There's another video, this one of Mitt Romney speaking to donors at a fundraiser in Boca Raton.
Mitt Romney cites his achievements as the governor of Massachusetts to show his devotion to helping all Americans.
After discussing Mitt Romney's plan for America, he and wife Ann answer lighthearted questions about one another.
The most salient characteristic of the Obama administration's abject failure to put the American economy back to work has been their deafening silence on the issue in this campaign.
President Obama, new French President Francois Hollande and other political leaders have called for less "austerity" as a way to help the troubled economies on both sides of the Atlantic. That's the polite way of saying they want more government spending and larger deficits.