You searched for:

Start over

Search for…

Narrow Search

  • Trail Mix
  • Trail Mix

      Has the party learned anything? It doesn’t appear so, as Mitt Romney finds himself painted into the very same corner. Yes, Obama is less popular now, but national and swing state polls show Romney has work to do if he wants to move into the White House.
    • Tags: , , , , , , , ,
  • For Sale: The White House
  • For Sale: The White House

    Big money is going to buy this election
      Abacadabra! So we are stuck with two theorems, neither of which can pass the sniff test of common sense. 1) Corporations have all the rights that real people do in regard to political speech. 2) Money equals speech, so free speech means unlimited money if you have it to give or to spend.
    • Tags: , , , ,
  • Wild Ride Coming Up
  • Wild Ride Coming Up

    Our president has no platform to run on. Get ready to watch him attack his Republican challengers.
      Newspaper headlines on the first day of the new year declared that President Obama will spend 2012 seeking re-election by running against Congress. Thatâeuro;™s fitting for a president whose policies have largely failed for the past three years, and itâeuro;™s all the more reason why voters this year will remove Barack Obama from office.
    • Tags: , , ,
  • Hopeful Changes
  • Hopeful Changes

    Obama couldn't bring it. Can the next president?
      When President Obama was elected in 2008, he promised âeuro;œHope and Change.âeuro;� Because Americans have experienced drastic change under the current administration, hope has rightly waned across our nation.
    • Tags: , , ,
  • Nixon's Shadow
  • Nixon's Shadow

    How the 2012 presidential candidates will channel America's most divisive president
      What´s a young, idealistic American to do when his or her country seems to be slipping away? Join a protest movement, of course. In Richard Nixonâeuro;™s time, it was to end the war in Vietnam; today itâeuro;™s Occupy Wall Street to save Main Street. Both have been powered by a pesky unwillingness to sit quietly by while elected leaders sell them out.
    • Tags: , , ,
  • Paying Something
  • Paying Something

    Obama on the tax rate
      President Obama has now thrown down the gauntlet to Congress on taxes, arguing — and campaigning — that on the issue of tax burden fairness, “millionaires and billionaires” sho
    • Tags: , , ,
  • A Sick System
  • A Sick System

    Obamacare could crash and burn. But maybe that's a good thing, says T.R. Reid.
      Here in the United States, our private insurance adds 20 percent to every transaction via administrative costs and profit; 44,000 Americans die from lack of health insurance each year — more than are killed by breast cancer; and Canadians, whose system our politicians routinely mock, live three years longer than Americans.
    • Tags: , , ,
  • Class Warfare
  • Class Warfare

    If Congress doesn't act, you can say hello to a new lost generation.
      It all brings to mind the exchange Senator Pat Moynihan had with the senator who rose to call America’s tax code a “disgrace to mankind.” Never at a loss for the perfect rejoinder, Moynihan answered: “The Ethiopian famine is a disgrace to mankind; our tax code is about average for mankind.
    • Tags: , , , , ,

Recent Comments

© 2015 Inlander
Website powered by Foundation