Not since the 1970’s have the American people felt so discouraged about the prospects for the nation in general and their individual economic circumstances in particular. For most of American history the notion of having a job, doing something productive for your family and your community was the norm. Barack Obama is seeking to rapidly change that, and he got a good head start during his first term. The President has doubled the number of people on food stamps and he gutted Bill Clinton’s (grudging) welfare reform. That’s his version of Supply Side Economics, he supplies the benefits and people
Justice Sotomayor came to San Francisco and inadvertently made the case that affirmative action terribly unfair — and, moreover, that people are right if they believe, not that it gives qualified minorities a chance, but that it handicaps non-minorities at the expense of any minorities, qualified or not.
All the talk lately is about talking. Tune in to any conservative outlet, and you’ll see that the politicians and thinkers are scratching their heads, trying to figure out how to get voters to support conservative values. Conservatives are talking about their lack of a clear narrative. Conservatives have an ideology, and a good one at that, but ideologies don’t sell. It’s the stories about those ideologies that sell.
To understand leftism, the most dynamic religion of the last hundred years, you have to understand how the left thinks. The 2013 inaugural address of President Barack Obama provides one such opportunity.
While Soros funded Think Progress is saying that the border is more secure than ever (at least on paper, what with all those pesky illegals sneaking across, plus drug runners, plus the Obama admin running guns the other way), other Democrats are saying “yeah, don’t worry about that border securing commission”, and
When I was a teenager I was a fan of the Mary Tyler Moore Show. I even followed her friend Rhoda Morgenstern when she moved to New York from Minneapolis to start her own show called, well, Rhoda. Rhoda, played by Valerie Harper, was always looking for a man. In New York she found him.
Joe, played by David Groh, was divorced with a ten year old son, but he and Rhoda hit it off. Before the first season was over, Rhoda and Joe got married. I´m told that the episode of the wedding was one of the highest rated television
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The newest efforts to ban guns being undertaken by Democrats and President Obama demands response and the National Rifle Association isn´t lying down on the job. But is the NRA´s media strategy working? For about a week after the murders of 26 school children and teachers at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, the NRA was sensiblyand respectfullysilent over the incident. But after allowing a suitable time to go by to allow some grieving to take place, the NRA came out swinging with a few ideas on what to do about guns, one of which was to place armed guards
Posted By: Warner Todd Huston - 1/29/2013 3:28:01 PM EST 41638
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In a coordinated attack on the press, Iranian authorities have arrested between 11 and 14 journalists for "cooperating" with "anti-revolutionary" media outlets. Amnesty International reported that between January 25 and 28, up to 14 journalists were arrested during raids on newspapers offices.