The Wall Street Journal sums it up rather nicely: The president didn’t run on his record or a vision or a plan for the next four years. His campaign consisted of using policy favors to lock up the support of
There are naturally going to be numerous articles today about the results of the US election for President, so you probably don’t want to read mine. Nevertheless, for my own catharsis, I’m going to share some opinions about the reasons
An interesting article in Computerworld: After Stuxnet: The new rules of cyberwar.
Before you vote today, take a look at this: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHsb17MRAj8[/youtube] It’s like becoming a stepfather for a new family. You borrow boatloads of money to shower your step kids with money and gifts. After borrowing to the hilt, you’re out
Big Bird, Binders & Bayonets – YouTube.
I like work; It fascinates me. I can sit and look at it for hours. Men who do things without being told draw the most wages. The right to be heard does not include the right to be taken seriously.
An interesting editorial in the Wall Street Journal about the reality of Obama’s agenda: Review & Outlook: Obama’s Progressive Gamble.
We needed a bigger-than-life President – we got a dope smoking, coke snorting, radical left wing Chicago thug We needed a well-grounded stable President – we got a certifiable narcissist We needed bold leadership – we got a teleprompter We
You may have heard about this city in Libya where four Americans were murdered by Moslem terrorists… there is an interesting interview with Donald Rumsfeld on this very topic as well as analysis from Victor Davis Hanson. Let me provide the
From Harvard economist Greg Mankiw, commenting about Bob Woodward’s story on the Obama white house: “…if Woodward is right that the uncertainty we now face with the upcoming “fiscal cliff” is attributable mostly to the inability of Barack Obama to work with Congress, then the implication