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Obama’s war on jobs

If we were to take Obama’s “jobs tour” at face value, we could assume that he’s finally serious about getting America back to work. Before he had […]

Obama should heed Benjamin Franklin’s advice on poor

Uh-oh, pigs are about to fly, hell is fixing to freeze over, and yes, the cows are indeed on their way home. That’s right, folks, I’m going […]

Cain’s simplistic 9-9-9 plan not quite simple enough

I really like Herman Cain. He’s smart, successful and charismatic, everything we look for in a president. When everyone else is squabbling and getting underneath one another’s […]

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Obama: The American Caesar

Barack Obama’s biographers often refer to the president’s experience as a constitutional lawyer with pride. If that’s so, he has to be the most unconstitutional constitutional lawyer […]

Eric Holder’s ‘fast and furious’ demise

“Fast and furious” isn’t just the name of a flawed government gun-running scheme. It’s also turning out to be the speed of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s […]

Ticked off at your bank fees? Blame Barney Frank

Late last month, Bank of America announced that beginning next year, its customers will be charged a $5 monthly debit card fee. President Obama immediately blasted the […]

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Sucker punched again!

In 2008, I was a strong Mitt Romney supporter and was looking forward to casting my vote for him. Then, on Jan. 26, a mere three days […]

Race, lies and Presidency 5

“Now even as we speak, there are those who are preparing to divide us, the spin masters, the negative ad peddlers who embrace the politics of anything […]

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Three-record jukebox, three-ring circus

Since the Affordable Health Care Act’s passage, the Obama administration has been a three-record jukebox: “Tax the Rich,” “Save the Unions” and “Green Economy.” The first two […]

What happened to the New York attitude?

I spent six months in Manhattan in the early 1970s. I remember New Yorkers as having an in-your-face, take-it-or-leave-it, “Are you talking to me?” attitude. Coming from […]

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Helen Thomas: ‘Playmate of the Year’?

Late Thursday, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced that next year’s Playmate of the Year will be former White House press corps member Helen Thomas. The EEOC […]

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A bunt and a miss

A presidential address before a joint session of Congress is a very big deal — the political equivalent of opening night at the Met and the final […]