Obama’s Political Future

Today marks President Obama’s 222nd day in office, which is usually the end of the honeymoon and the beginning of serious work.  So how is Obama’s Presidency going so far?  To look objectively at this question and the critical issues facing us, one has to set aside biases.  One has to attempt to be neither […]

The Obama Prophesy

I’m not a sage, nor am I a prophet, but there are some things in history that we look back at and say, “Of course, we should have seen the obvious coming.”   Life can be very complicated, and many claim to have all the answers, but knowledge can be dangerous in the wrong hands.  The […]

Senator John Ensign’s Devestating Public Admission

Nevada Senator John Ensign admits he had an affair.  This admission has created a wave of disappointment among many Americans and certainly among family, but his announcement also has broken the hearts of many of his good friends, including me.  His affair has devastating consequences, many of which will be unfolding in the months ahead. […]

Ford Motor Company’s New Competition: U.S. Government

Ford Motor Company did something much better than its two U.S. competitors, GM and Chrysler.  Ford actually managed their company well enough to begin to survive a major U.S. recession without standing at the watering trough of Federal government bailouts.  Congratulations are in order for Ford, but it turns out the greatest danger is ahead, […]

Rush Limbaugh’s First Nationwide Speech

RUSH:  Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you all very, very much. Thank you all. I can’t tell you how wonderful that makes me feel. It happens everywhere I go, but it’s still special here. [ Laughter ] If you all will indulge me, I learned something, I guess, it’s early Friday morning that […]

44 U.S. Presidents on Video

This video may be the best way to learn the order and recognize the Presidents of the United States.

Obama: The first YouTube President

No president before Obama has engaged technology and the Internet on the road to the Whitehouse.  Two weeks after winning the election but still two months from taking his place in the oval office, Barak Obama released his first video address on YouTube as president-elect.  In a matter of days his three minute informal video […]

President Obama’s First Day

Congrats to President Obama on his first day in the White House.  His schedule is interesting.  Here’s what it looked like. 8:35 a.m. Obama enters the Oval Office for the first time as chief executive. Alone only briefly, he reads a note left to him by former President Bush. 8:45 a.m. White House Chief of […]

Capitalism, Socialism, and Free Enterprise

Joseph Schumpeter wrote an enlightening book entitled Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy. It deals with the economics of capitalism, socialism and the death of free enterprise. First published in 1942, it sheds some light on our society today, especially on some of the thought coming from our liberal universities and burgeoning governments who place a heavy tax burden […]

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