Obama’s Desperate Attempts to Build a Legacy Are Backfiring

We’ve done it. After nearly six years in office we’ve finally found something that sets President Obama apart from all its predecessors. Dana Obeidallah writes for The Daily Beast: While President Obama’s approval ratings may be in the tank, there’s still one arena in which he’s riding high: His use of comedy to taunt and…
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Obama Sets (Yet Another) Record-High Monthly Deficit

The federal government set a new monthly record for the largest monthly budget deficit in February. Sorry to burst the bubble of all those optimistic souls who thought the spending binge was over. According to a report released by the Congressional Budget Office the federal government racked up a $229 billion deficit last month, the…
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Confidential Memo Reveals Some Startling Insights into Early-Obama Presidency

A piece in today’s The New Yorker called “The Obama Memos” is causing quite a stir among politicos. It is, as you may expect, about a number of memos that President Obama has used to make decisions during his term. By far the most compelling is an untitled memo from President Obama’s team of economic…
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Obama's Green-Car Gambit the Latest Stimulus Failure

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation is one of my absolute favorite holiday movies. Rare is the Christmas movie that is funny without being childish and sentimental without being saccharine. In one of my favorite scenes, Clark, who wants nothing more than to have an old fashioned family Christmas, finally gets the piece of mail he’s been…
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