Date archive forOctober, 2011
By Robert Maley On Monday, October 31st, 2011

Pandering Comes at a Price

President Obama announced his student loan relief plan at the University of Colorado’s Denver campus last week. The plan, according to the Washington Post, “could benefit up to 1.6 million low-income borrowers More...

By Paul Bianco On Monday, October 31st, 2011
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Occupy Wall Street is Halloween

Quite a few pundits, talking heads and even politicians are trying to draw parallels between Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party movement, but they miss the real point about both. If you were to compare the two More...

By The Editors On Friday, October 28th, 2011
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Former Soviet Citizen Confronts Socialists at Occupy Wall Street

This is really just too delicious to pass up. Why is it that so often the native born Americans find it so difficult to understand the blessings of their own liberty? These are the guys that Obama, Pelosi et. More...

By Paul Bianco On Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

Deja Vu, All Over Again

In a comment reminiscent of Jimmy Carter’s infamous “malaise” speech of July 15, 1979, Barack Obama told an audience on Tuesday that “We have lost our ambition, our imagination, and our willingness More...

By Robert Maley On Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Pin the Tail on the Nazi

Susan Sarandon is an attractive and intelligent actress whose work I much admire, but when she pipes in on politics, as she did recently by calling the current pope a Nazi, I think to myself; “Oh boy, is she a More...

By Bruce Krasting On Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Dis and Dat

On Cocktail Party Stocks A chart of NFLX and some thoughts. There are good and valid reasons for this 75% drop in 4 months. The stock deserved to have gotten crushed. But this is more than just bad company news. More...

By Russell Halley On Tuesday, October 25th, 2011
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Homeless in the Material World

Anthony Ciccone is down on his luck. When the 55 year old Michigan native lost his sales job at a vineyard, things started to slide downhill. For the last year and a half he’s been among the ranks of the homeless, More...

The once and future Governors Romney at the New York World Fair in 1964
By Russell Halley On Sunday, October 23rd, 2011

The Third Romney Run for the White House

Mitt Romney has polished up his act quite a bit from 2008 when he last trotted out to the Republican debates from sea to shining sea to try to convince voters that he was good enough, he was smart enough, and doggone More...

By Paul Bianco On Sunday, October 23rd, 2011

A Tale of Two Mothers

The stories of two very different mothers were juxtaposed in the New York Post on Saturday, October 22. The story on page 5 concerns a Florida wife and mother of four who decided that it was a keen idea to abandon More...

U.S. Army soldiers board a C-17 aircraft at Baghdad International Airport as they begin their journey home
By Stan Manoogian On Sunday, October 23rd, 2011

Abandoning Victory in Iraq

Serious Questions for All Americans One wonders about the public’s feelings about the amount of blood and treasure we have expended in Iraq in two wars over twenty years, simply to turn the country over to Muqtada More...