Our founders’ economic advice to Obama
Our founders and first eight presidents did a much better job with money management than present leaders, who could learn a few fiscal lessons by turning back the clock to our early republic.
Obama: anti-Founders debt-accumulating spendthrift
When the receipts don’t cover the outlays, it should be a sign that the U.S. government is in trouble, but that’s just another typical day of federal government operation.
Is Obama endangering the Boy Scouts of America?
A BSA national board member, James Turley, who is also global chairman and CEO of the accounting firm Ernst & Young, recently said he “will work from within to seek change.”
Can Obama be re-elected on broken promises?
Let me remind you of several core-busted promises by Obama — shattered vows right from the horse’s presidential mouth.
Who is more powerful than the president?
I believe that as families go, so goes the nation.
President Bill Clinton vs. Gov. Scott Walker and me
Walker is no RINO. He walks his conservative talk. He refuses special interests. He opposes accumulating debt and raising deficits. He cuts excess spending.
Three perilous previews of ObamaCare
We need more government officials and a federal government that shift health care back to the free market, personal responsibility and local and communities.
Not all presidential orders are created equal (Part 1)
Cloaked in one of Obama’s candy-coated, grandiloquent titles, the “National Defense Resources Preparedness” executive order set the blogosphere ablaze this past week.
A video that is beyond disgusting
President Obama and his administration are further enabling the already mammoth movement of government-dependent citizens.
Obama’s covert plan to raise gas prices
Increasing gas prices in order to wean us off gasoline and onto biofuel alternatives is a ruse.