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Two years of Democrats were plenty

After this year’s historic midterm elections, the Democrats have lost their virtually-unchecked power in Washington. While this comes as a relief for many Americans, do the Democrats really deserve to lose the gavels after just two years of power? Disclaimer #1: Now, I know my friends on the left would be quick to counter-argue that [...]

Swiss Family Congress: H.R. 3221 wants to radically change student lending and school building

Just in case anyone sensed an ebb in the tide of government intrusion into private markets, the House of Representatives recently voted to keep Americans under water.  Amid the hysteria surrounding health care reform, the passage of H.R. 3221, an education bill marked by a government takeover of the student lending industry, went largely unnoticed.

Leave the Children Alone: How liberal indoctrination affects America’s next generation of voters

When Barack Obama was elected president, many (rightly) wondered how. His extreme lack of experience, his undeniably questionable associations, and his principle-devoid rhetoric would seem like more than enough to turn public sentiment the other way. The election was certainly not a landslide, yet election night wasn’t exactly a thriller either.

If Only Money Could Grow on Trees

Well, it looks like we need more Change, and not for the better. President Obama made some progress in his quest to save the world by having his climate change bill (also called the POS bill) pass the House of Representatives. Did the Democrats forget that we’re in a recession? This isn’t exactly the best [...]

Supersizing the Government

According to a recent article from Politico, Obama & Co. want to make significant efforts to improve the health choices of Americans in their plans for ObamaCare. According to the article: Any health care reform plan that Obama signs is almost certain to call for nutrition counseling, obesity screenings and wellness programs at workplaces and [...]

Where have all the promising GOP pols gone?

At the WashingtonPost.com, Bill Kristol pens (keys?) a brief blog post about the Republicans’ prospects in the future by way of foreign policy. He notes the glaringly obvious that Dick Cheney’s been one of the only one to strongly challenge President Obama on foreign policy and national security matters from the GOP’s increasingly empty bench [...]