The always articulate Victor Davis Hanson shares his views of the eastern limousine liberals: In 2009, brilliant economists in the Obama administration — Peter Orszag, Larry Summers and Christina Romer — assured us that record trillion-plus budget defects were critical
Anyone that understands Washington politics recognizes that the Republicans don’t have enough support in the Sentate to repeal Obamacare. However, the up-coming vote will force Congressmen to go on the record with their position for or against Government-controlled healthcare.
It would be quite interesting to hear this speech coming from an American President (regardless of political party): My Fellow Americans: As you all know, the defeat of the Iraq regime has been completed. Since Congress does not want to
I was recently explaining to my sons the importance of providing value to society (delivering real value to customers is an everlasting position). I was also pointing out the fact that so many organizations (e.g., public sector unions) attempt to use
Thomas Jefferson was a very remarkable man who started learning very early in life and never stopped. At 5, began studying under his cousins tutor. At 9, studied Latin, Greek and French. At 14, studied classical literature and additional languages.
The commanding general at the Russian military academy gave a lecture on Potential Problems and Military Strategy. At the end of the lecture, he asked if there were any questions. An officer stood up and asked, “Will there be a
This is a good one from ReasonTV [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaSoMVFfxfA[/youtube]
Missy was in New York last week visiting her sister Sharon. Since Missy is a big fan of the Dr. Oz Show, she decided to attend the live filming of the show in Manhattan (For those of you not familiar, the Dr.
I just returned from a Boeing/Northrop 3D design conference in Phoenix, where we had a booth promoting my other company, DISCUS. There were four “models” walking by, so I stopped them and asked them to pose for a picture with