Martha Coakley’s resounding defeat in the Massachusetts Senate race is hardly the sort of anniversary gift President Barack Obama could have predicted. Yet there it was, wrapped in a bow and plopped on his doorstep like a flaming bag of dog poo to mark the end of his first year in office. Among other things, […]
Three Reasons Why The Dems Are in Big, Big Trouble. And One Reason Why They’re Not. – Reason Magazine
Where has David Axelrod been?
Truth be known, if you were the person in charge of maintaining President Obama’s image, wouldn’t you have gone into hiding after the President’s dismal, and belated response to the Christmas day terror attack? With the President’s adequate handling of the Haiti crisis, Axelrod emerged again, and wasted no time making [...]
I told you in a prior posting that I worked as a cop in Colorado for about twenty years. I was a detective for eight years and worked with my fair share of informants.
The one informant during my career that I arranged for release from jail on a personal recognizance bond, a man who provided [...]
ntelligence about terror threats rarely comes on such a silver platter: A Nigerian banker went to the U.S. Embassy in Lagos to warn that his son had fallen under “the influence of religious extremists based in Yemen” and was a security risk. This came after months of U.S. intelligence intercepts about al Qaeda plans for […]
David Broder and David Brooks are probably members of this club.
Although I should’ve expected it, I’m afraid I have to admit that the mainstream media’s passionate defense of Homeland Security Chief Janet Napolitano took me by surprise.
I especially expected better from New York Times columnist David Brooks – as much of a centrist as [...]
In 1535, Sir Thomas More, the Chancellor of England, was beheaded because he would not betray his conscience in the matter of the divorce of King Henry VIII. More was subject to intense pressure from the King, the opportunist churchmen of the court and his own family and friends.
The following exchange between the Duke of [...]
Leg Thrills and Spine Chills With Chris Matthews, Part 4: Real “Change” May Sound More Like a Toilet Flush
Chris Matthews, the host of MSNBC’s Hardball, who publicly stated he believed it was his job (as a journalist) to see the Obama presidency succeed, is a little worried that real “change” might be coming to Washington.
Matthews’ guests, Chris Cillizza of The Washington Post and Susan Page of USA Today, warned Matthews that a repeat [...]