Even Clinton consigliere Lanny Davis is outraged that the Federal Communications Commission would even entertain the idea of placing government agents in news rooms for the purpose of monitoring the content of broadcasts by the press for companies they license. Thanks for belated small favors, Mr. Democrat, but
It is fitting that if we are to celebrate the birthday of just one president, that it be the Father of our Country, without whose leadership and character there would be no USA, and yes, Monday’s federal holiday is still, and always has been, declared in federal law, as Washington’s Birthday, not any so-called amorphous “President’s Day”
That’s right, both Clintons are Democrats who favor economic policies that have an irrefutable track record of killing jobs, preventing their creation in the first place, trapping families in welfare dependence and destroying middle class wealth via housing busts. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) is correct when he identifies former President Clinton as a sexual predator who has waged a personal war on women.
That is, if remaining Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and their successors are to live in a nation that even faintly resembles the exceptional America left to us by the Silent and Greatest generations. Nearly half of all babies are born out-of-wedlock. Charles Murray’s latest book documents America’s middle
And only limited amounts of non-government versions of the latter. Democrats are the ones that need to be put out of work if the rest of us are to have any chance at the American Dream.
Dog bit man this week when the CBO declared that the latest post-Pelosi-discovered portion of her Democrat Party’s Obamacare law includes incentives expected to result in removing two million more Americans from the workforce.
Fifty-one years ago, Sam Cooke and his band were denied rooms at a Holiday Inn in Shreveport, Louisiana thanks to that state’s adherence to racial segregation laws then prevalent throughout the South. Fifty years ago this week, and just ten moths before he would be shot to death at a motel in Los Angeles, the prolific gospel-soul artist penned the anthem of the civil rights movement, “A Change is Gonna Come”: