Obama’s Legacy of Democrat Destruction

In a previous post we discussed the shaky foundation upon which President Obama’s legacy is built. Rather than attempt to pass bipartisan legislation by working, and yes compromising, with Congress, the 44th president relied on executive actions and a record number of rules, regulations and agency directives as workarounds to the democratic process. President Obama…
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Obama Learns the Price of Ruling by Executive Fiat

President Obama has been openly covetous of building a legacy that would secure his name in the history books. “I have no desire to be one of those presidents who are just on the list – you see their pictures lined up on the wall,” Obama told historian Doris Kearns Goodwin in 2007. “I really…
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Federal Government Admits Obamacare Premiums Soaring by 25%

Samsung’s exploding Galaxy Note 7 is an apt comparison to the struggling Obamacare, but not one that anyone expected President Obama to make about his signature policy achievement. “When one of these companies comes out with a new smartphone,” he said, “and it had a few bugs, what do they do? They fix it. They…
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On Voters’ Top Issues the US is Heading Backwards

Republican or Democrat, young or old it makes no difference – the most important issues in the upcoming election are the economy and terrorism. Sadly, there is real reason to be concerned. Simply put, ISIS is growing and the economy is not. And that creates a huge problem for a candidate like Hillary Clinton who…
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Clinton’s Risky Embrace of Obama’s Legacy

Hillary Clinton was backed into a corner. Her primary opponent—Bernie Sanders—was running on the idea that the nation was fundamentally broken. According to Sanders, our democracy was rigged, our economy was crippled, and unfairness and injustice prevailed on everything from health care to criminal justice. These things didn’t demand a continuation of current policies, or…
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Democrat’s Confused Convention

Bernie Sanders may have been beaten, but if the Democratic Convention is any indication, his legacy in the Democrat Party could last a long time. He’s managed to factionalize Democrats into those who believe the country is broken and needs a revolution in order to be set right, and those who believe that the steady…
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Benghazi Report Lays Bare The Staggering Incompetence of Washington

Nine months before the terrorist attack on Benghazi that killed ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other American officials, the State Department was dispatched a security officer to assess the security situation of the outpost. The officer, according to testimony before the House Select Committee on Benghazi, told his superior: “I told him that, you…
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Obama Rushes to Build His Regulatory Legacy

President Obama knows that much of his legacy is written on sand, easily washed away by changing political tides. Following his party’s massive post-Obamacare losses, the president was faced with a choice: Work in a bipartisan fashion to find commonality and advance an agenda, or become a liberal figurehead by picking legislative fights and advancing…
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Even Obama is Worried About the Decline of Ideological Diversity on College Campuses

President Obama is wrong about almost everything. Let’s get that out of the way now. But he’s right about one thing: the increasingly militant fight for political correctness on college campuses has to end. Now. “If you think that the only way forward is to be as uncompromising as possible, you will feel good about…
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Republicans’ Massive Turnout Advantage Has Top Democrats Concerned

Super Tuesday was defined by two names: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Both galloped to huge wins in key states, padding their delegate counts, and were vaulted into clear frontrunner status for their party’s respective nomination. But those personalities subsumed what could be a more important storyline: The enthusiasm gap. Across the board, Democrat turnout…
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