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Obama’s Limited Intelligence

Barack Obama picks Leon Panetta as CIA Director?

My jaw dropped.

By Guest Column Aaron Goldstein- Wednesday, January 7, 2009 - Full Story

Pay-to-Play Politics, the SEIU and Obamacare

The Governor of Illinois, for all his well-documented faults, has performed at least one valuable public service. He has made it clear to the meanest intelligence that our new President-elect emerged from a hopelessly corrupt political culture. Barack Obama oozed from the same stinking Chicago swamp that produced Blagojevich, and a man whose formative years were spent wallowing in the muck with such creatures isn’t likely to be long in White House before the stench of pay-to-play politics begins to pervade the place. That this has important implications for the future of health care in this country has already been demonstrated by a brazen episode of cronyism involving one of America’s most prestigious health care institutions, the University of Chicago Medical Center.

By Guest Column - Wednesday, January 7, 2009 - Full Story

An Ordinary Investor Looks at the Coming Decade

It’s a new year, and we must look beyond the mess of sub-prime mortgages and unfunded auto pensions—toward the markets where American citizens have to invest their private capital for the next decade.

By Dennis Avery - Wednesday, January 7, 2009 - Full Story

Navy Petty Officer Mike Monsoor

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PO2 Mike Monsoor, a Navy Seal, was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor posthumously for jumping on a grenade in Iraq , giving his life to save his fellow Seals.

By Guest Column - Wednesday, January 7, 2009 - Full Story

Does Obama Wish to Cripple the CIA with Panetta?

On Tuesday, former Clinton Administration adviser Dick Morris told Fox News Channel that President-Elect Barack Obama’s motive for the nomination of Leon Panetta to the important post of Director of Central Intelligence is to tear that agency apart.

By Jim Kouri - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

Burris denied senate seat for now

Roland Burris, Senator-Designate from the State of Illinois, has been denied a seat in the United States Senate for now.  The newly-appointed successor to Barack Obama reluctantly accepted the appointment by Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, after expressing his total disgust at the “appalling behavior” [sic] of the Governor—who is accused of trying to sell Obama’s Senate seat to the highest bidder. His disgust at the behavior of Rod “Big Bucks” Blagojevich was apparently trumped by the fact that he, Burris, is the smartest, most experienced, most qualified person in the entire State of Illinois and there was no person in the entire state who was more qualified to serve in the Senate. Therefore, according to Burris, it was incumbent upon him to hold his nose and accept the appointment as United States Senator, for the good of Illinois, the United States and the world.

By William Kevin Stoos - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

Chaos in the U.S. Senate: Senator Al Franken? Roland Burris Not?

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Everyone knows that the Democrat Party is comprised of lairs, crooks, and near crooks, all suffering from various degree of mental insanity. That is to be expected of anyone who dabbles in liberalism, the root of all insanity in the galaxy.

However, Democrats have not, until now, been known as particularly stupid beings. Yes, their policies are mindless nonsense, but most liberals are capable of complex multi-tasking.

By John Lillpop - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

Joe Biden Denied Admittance to Theater: Influence Already in Decline?

Vice-president elect Joe Biden probably figured that his new job with the government entitled him to all of life’s perks and pleasures.

By John Lillpop - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

Government Shouldn’t Fund Media Bias with Taxpayer Dollars

Boycott The New York Times editor Don Feder said today that the idea of a government bailout for struggling newspapers, which has been floated recently by some legislators and journalists, is “atrocious” and akin to “forcing taxpayers to subsidize [media] bias.”

By Christian Newswire - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

Why Does The New York Times Love Hamas?

-Steve Emerson, dailybeast.com
The paper of record refuses to call them terrorists, extols the groups’ humanitarian efforts, and whitewashes its behavior during the now-broken ceasefire.

By Guest Column - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

De-funder of the Left

By swindling clients out of up to $50 billion, hedge fund manager Bernard L. Madoff has hurt —and in some cases fatally wounded—scores of nonprofit groups and charitable foundations.

By Matthew Vadum - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

Another ACORN Ex-Worker Charged with Vote Fraud

Add another one to the ACORN elections crime file.

By Matthew Vadum - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

Are Liberals Getting Smarter? Let’s Hope So

Something quite extraordinary happened on Saturday, January 3rd. The Huffington Post.com, a bastion of liberal thought, published a commentary by Harold Ambler that demanded an apology from Al Gore for all the lies he’s been telling about “global warming” or, as the alarmists now call it, “climate change.”

By Alan Caruba - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

Obama’s Revolutionary “Vision”

On the Fox News program “Hannity & Colmes” in December, analyst Dick Morris made the absolutely critical point that President Bush has taken the country so far to the left, in terms of his socialist-style Wall Street bailout program and his integration of the U.S. economy into a new emerging international financial order, that anything Barack Obama does in this area seems almost mainstream. This is because what we were expecting from Obama we are now getting from Bush. So Obama doesn’t look so radical anymore.

By Cliff Kincaid - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

Obama Nominates Leon Panetta for CIA Chief

In a nation already suspicious of its intelligence agencies, is it wise to appoint a former Clinton crony as Director of Central Intelligence?

By Jim Kouri - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

Deepak Chopra Peddles Metaphysical Swill

In the 6/25/07 edition of U.S. News & World Report, New Age luminary Deepak Chopra was interviewed about his novel about Buddha interestingly titled “Buddha”.  Though many will no doubt fawn all over this narrative in search of some new spiritual insight or revelation in much the same way as they did with “The Da Vinci Code” these past few years, however, it seems some of the answers provided by this guru renowned by millions had as much thought put to them as the titling of this novel.

By Dr. Frederick Meekins - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

Are We Going To Let 535 Politicians Destroy America?

Sure, these 535 idiot politicians that control America, have managed to bamboozle a majority of the American people over the last 80 to 100 years into thinking that Mother Government is a far better solution to our national problems than freedom, liberty, self-reliance, individual achievement and responsibility and capitalism, backed by honor, integrity and honesty.  But to do it, they had to buy these naive Americans off with our money.  To do it, they had to take control of the money supply and are now about to take control of every aspect of American life ..... if we let them.

By Ron Ewart - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

Left Hook: The Gaza Dupe

When it’s about people they hate, liberals believe anything.

By Bob Parks - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

Obama’s Non-intelligent Choice for CIA

By nominating Leon Panetta to head the CIA, President-elect Barack Obama has confirmed fears that he, and Democrats in general, are not capable of applying sufficient priority to the war on terror and national security because they simply do not understand the gravity involved.

By John Lillpop - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story

Why Is Bernie Madoff Not In Jail?

A cliché commonly used when discussing justice in America is,“You do the crime, you must do the time.”

By John Lillpop - Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - Full Story