Archives for: September 2011

al-Awlaki killed in Yemen

Multiple news outlets are reporting that Anwar al-Awlaki, an American-born (and American citizen) Yemeni leader for al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has been killed in Yemen by US drones and/or jet strikes. Al-Awlaki's death is being… more »

Herman Cain's wrong number

If there’s one thing people notice about Herman Cain during the recent presidential debates, it is that he consistently focuses on specific solutions to specific problems. He is a consummate executive. Even Mitt Romney whose managerial experience is… more »

The Tibet ride

My friend and business partner, Josh Hartman, is (along with nine other cyclists) in the middle of an incredible, perhaps insane, bike ride from Lhasa, Tibet to Kathmandu, Nepal. It's a ride that will take them a "million meters" (about 625 miles),… more »

Colorado Prop 103 deception

[Make sure you read through at least the middle of this article. I have a fascinating tidbit for you...] Like many Coloradans, I received a robo-call supporting Proposition 103, in which the disembodied female supporter describes 103 as a "five-year ti… more »

The tip of the Obamacare iceberg

Over at NetRightDaily.com, John Vinci explains how even the earliest Obamacare regulation implementations are wreaking havoc with our health insurance system: http://netrightdaily.com/2011/09/obamacare-regs-grind-on-as-courts-debate/ more »

William Warren: Cripple America

Jeff Lord: The Warren Albatross

I'm taking a day off from writing, getting some other work done, but I would like to urge you to read Jeff Lord's piece for the American Spectator about Elizabeth Warren, the best spokeswoman for the left that the right could ever hope for:… more »

Politics: The Real Thing

From John Wayne to Ronald Reagan, from the Ford Mustang to Coca-Cola, Americans seek and appreciate authentic and “real.”  While authenticity is rarely spoken of regarding our politicians – in much the same way that unicorns and jackalopes are rarely… more »

I never promised easy

In his remarks at a Congressional Black Caucus gala on Saturday night, President Obama tried to reconnect with his black supporters; after all, he can't lose the black vote and the Jewish vote and have any chance at winning re-election in 2012. I… more »

Joe Walsh: A Congressman worth supporting

Congressman Joe Walsh made news recently by being the first (and eventually one of the only) members of Congress to refuse to participate in Barack Obama's campaign stunt disguised as a "jobs speech" before a joint session of Congress. Joe has also bee… more »
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