Archive for November, 2009

Much of the fantasy and excitement over the Obama candidacy was that his ascendancy might mark a return of America to excellence. A young new leader with no experience seemed the right place to turn to many very educated people because the tried and true had failed. The White House pulled out all the stops […]


Reality Show

27Nov09

The party crashers got the big prize, a handshake with the president! A White House official says the Virginia couple who attended a state dinner without an invitation met President Barack Obama in the receiving line. That’s security for you in the star struck White House, where authority has lost out to Hollywood! Michaele and […]


No Reform

27Nov09

What does the former head of the Democratic National Committee and almost Democratic presidential nominee Howard Dean say about Obama Care in its present form? “…there’s really no insurance reform in this bill…” says Dean. “I just figured this out in the last few days… You can be charged twice as much for insurance if […]


Perhaps you’ve been too busy to learn the story of the couple that wasn’t invited to the White House the other night, but who went, and got in, anyway. Not two hours after the party, Mrs. Salahi had on her Facebook page a dozen photos of her and her husband with Washington’s social elite. I […]


Happy Birday

26Nov09

This is a holiday that is truly one that is owned and operated by the American people. Because it is about families – those born of the bond of blood and of those that find their foundation in shared experience – getting together to break bread, it is the best holiday in my humble opinion. […]


The President is suffering some trouble in the polls after months of considering the options in Afghanistan. His extended deliberations may be taking a toll: 55% disapprove of the way he is handling Afghanistan and 35% approve, a reversal of his 56% approval rating four months ago. A reversal in four months. Wow. But the […]


I’m still trying to figure out what’s up with the Obama Administration’s decision to bring some of the terrorists from Gitmo to New York City for trial in U.S. Courts – how does this help the country, or the President? A controversial criminal defense lawyer from New York City, Scott L. Fenstermaker was thrust into […]