Fortunately, thanks to several speeches given by the President this week, we now know that Benghazi, the Department of Justice’s targeting of journalists, the IRS’s targeting of certain groups seeking tax exempt status, and NSA’s interception (and storage) of certain information about our daily communications, are all phony scandals. Read more
With those words, the President sought to assure African-Americans that he truly cared about them, and would do all he could to improve their lives. But, oftentimes, actions speak louder than words. Read more
I received what follows from a friend of mine, and thought you might find it interesting. Read more
President Obama held a press conference on friday, speaking of how the economy was doing.
The president had this to say about Job Creation.
“The truth of the matter is we’ve created 4.3 million jobs over the last 27 months, over 800,000 just this year alone. The private sector is doing fine.”
Of course the Romney Campaign responded to the Presidents Statement. Read more
Mike Walsh was a guest on Jim’s show today, and he told us of a situation happening in Arizona. Secretary of State, Ken Bennett, has asked the state of Hawaii to confirm that the state has a valid birth certificate for President Obama. Arizona doesn’t want the certificate, just confirmation that it exists. Read more
That would be the woman-American. Read more
President Obama speaks frequently of “fairness”, and will beat that drum constantly during the upcoming election. This article appeared in today”s Wall Street Journal, and it is an absolute must read. In fact, print it out and use it when discussing the President’s view of fairness with your friends. Read more
Today, President Obama killed the Keystone XL Pipeline. That project would have brought 700,000 barrels of crude oil a day from Canada to our gulf coast refineries to be processed. And brought us approximately 20,000 most needed jobs. But, the project has now been shelved, once again, until after the 2012 election. Read more
Coming on the heels of Chris Matthews’s recent comments about President Obama as reported by Steve here, an article in today’s Wall Street Journal is interesting. It was written by two Democrats, Pat Caddell, a pollster for President Carter, and Douglas Schoen, a pollster for President Clinton. Here are a few quotes. Read more