Let's refresh our recollections about the president's connections.
They're just in time to beat our adolescent president in 2012.
The takeaway lesson from Obama's proposed budget? Look before you leap into a car with a community organizer at the wheel. (Also read Richard Pollock at the Tatler: "When today means today, and when it doesn’t, at the White House.")
Beneath his public outrage lies an outrageous lack of conscience.
President Obama has his chance to actually earn that Nobel Peace Prize, and I am praying mightily that he somehow manages to pull it off right here, right now. (Also read Bryan Preston at the Tatler: "Obama admin open to Muslim Brotherhood role in Egypt’s government")
His tacky little adolescent temper tantrums, euphemistically called Countdown, may be reincarnated somewhere else.
We need to confront the elephant in the room.
The left-wing jabs at the Palin piñata in the wake of a horrible tragedy ought to be enough to convince more Americans of the moral vacuity of the “progressive” community.
Sorry, Mr. President -- there's a new star in town.
Recall 2010 as the year progressives went after the Constitution, and the year that same Constitution gave us the chance to vote out the would-be tyrants.
I believe that the president was born in Hawaii. But am I the only curious cat who thinks it's rather odd for that state's newly-elected governor, plus Chris Matthews of MSNBC, both liberal Democrats, to have just forced the "Birther" issue to rise again?
The Mississippi governor's strangely muted recall of the nature of the Citizens Council in his hometown disqualifies him from seeking the presidency.
A jock matriarch sets the story straight.
The "cultural bridge" appears to be in financial trouble.
Our soldiers are dying in greater numbers than ever in Afghanistan. So yes, the left sunk so low as to politicize their deaths under Bush, because they sure don't seem to care about their lives now.
Californians can see Greece from their bedroom windows, yet they voted for the status quo that's destroying their state anyway.
All of these seemingly coordinated efforts by Democrats and their press minions to label Party dissidents as “insane” are not only creepy, they seem like the first step down the path towards Soviet-style tyranny.
Forty years ago, the real life Mad Men knew how badly a brand could be destroyed if they made impossible claims about a product, a lesson that the creators of Barack Obama's image are relearning the hard way.
Why would folks rallying ‘round the One Nation under Obama flag be expected to show respect, when their president has set the example for them to follow?
The old wisdom, don’t bite the hand that feeds you, seems to have been lost by Barack somewhere between Chicago and the yellow brick road. He came out bashing business from day one and hasn't stopped yet.
Republicans, take a lesson from Ronald Reagan: just plaster the country with the question, "Are you better off than you were four years ago, when the Democrats took control of Congress?" (And don't miss Roger Kimball's "The Magical Thinking of Barack Obama.")
March 21, 2010, the day ObamaCare was passed, will be remembered as the day that the Democrats thwarted the will of the people and sealed their fate in November. (And don't miss Roger Kimball's "lesson for David Axelrod.")
Five astounding things The One has taught us so far.
The Golden Rule implies that I should put myself in their shoes, so let's get that over with.