Just a few weeks into the 2012 campaign season President Obama paid a visit to my home state of Colorado specifically for the purpose of meeting with and speaking in front of Hispanic voters. The very next week the First […]
She’s described as “the top U.S. diplomat for Europe.” And so, when her indiscreet telephone call goes viral on the Internet, it ought to be big news. Victoria Nuland was promoted from her post as State Department spokesperson following the 2012 elections. […]
The latest round of the IRS scandal, in which tea-party and conservative groups have been selectively targeted for harassment by our tax collection agency, is now unfolding. This comes in the form of proposed new rules from the IRS regarding […]
My parents taught me that education was one of the most important factors for my future. In fact, my father told me that he was giving me my inheritance early by paying my way to a fine institution like prestigious […]
There are some major controversies – ranging from homosexual rights to gun control to Bible reading in public schools or prayers in/on military bases – brewing all across America today. The arguments, full of zeal on both sides, rage. One […]
While Americans celebrated the New Year on January 1, the date was a major milestone in the history of Nigeria. It marked 100 years to the day since the separate protectorates of Southern and Northern Nigeria was united.
I’ve changed my mind, I am for reparations. Not for slavery, but for Chicago, for Liberalism and for The Great Soviety! But it won’t cost the taxpayer a dime. Here’s how it works: every congressman, senator and president that participated […]