Just when tea party obituaries were being sounded around the country, Washington fixture of 42 years Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., is forced into a June 24 runoff with upstart tea party candidate Chris McDaniel.
President Obama is doubling down in his defense of his blunder in defying the rule of law, exercising poor judgment, and mischaracterizing (I’m trying to be charitable) the service of Sgt. Bergdahl in his ill-conceived ‘deal’ to free the lone American […]
The biggest complaints I get from Black journalists when it comes to Republican officeholders and Party leaders is that they can’t get their calls returned. I used to think this was because of the reporters’ race or that some represented […]
Anyone that wants to know what is wrong with today’s Republican Party need only look to the state of Mississippi. A 76-year-old Republican senator, Thad Cochran, who has been serving in the United States Congress for 42 years, is running […]
It’s an old American saying: “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me!” President Obama’s National Security Adviser went on another Sunday show last weekend. She proceeded to tell the nation and the world that the […]
As voices across the ideological spectrum have come to recognize the need for serious reform of our housing finance system with a greater role for private capital, the nation’s top housing regulator made an unfortunate revelation. A revelation which points […]
Even Democrats are beginning to yell “incompetence!” And it’s a nightly refrain on FOX News. Certainly we are seeing signs of incompetence in the deplorable VA scandal. And the rollout of ObamaCare was a world-class case of “glitch.” Inquiring minds are still asking what […]
Ironically, for a presidency allegedly ushering in a post-racial America, the actions of the White House indicate the Obama Administration considers political manipulation of race to be a practice that’s too big to fail.
Since the economic crash of 2008, I think everyone has had to make adjustments – except the federal government – including cutting back on discretionary spending, fewer weekends at the beach, eating out less, etc. What I like about Americans is […]