The narcissism of liberalism
Mirror, mirror on the Wall Street Occupiers, who, like the Left, reflect only on themselves.
From Budget Showdowns to Government Shutdown?
Lawmakers’ next spending battle–over the specifics of cuts–may make the last look like a garden party.
Remembering 9/11 and Recognizing Its Message
The terrorist nightmare a decade ago seems to stand alone, yet it fits into America’s unique struggle.
Conservatives, You Won on the Debt-Limit–Own the Victory Proudly
Spending cuts are now enshrined in the budget debate, and tax hikes fizzled, reasons for Republicans to rejoice. It was but the first battle in a long war of attrition.
Is Obama’s Destiny FDR in Reverse?
If the economy tanks in the last four quarters before the ’12 election, the President may lack the timing that enabled Roosevelt to ride out his New Deal recession.
Reality Check: Higher Taxes Simply Won’t Solve the U.S. Revenue Problem
Liberals miss the point: The segment of society that pays the lion’s share of taxes isn’t earning enough to produce a harvest of wealth that offsets out-of-control government spending.
Two More Years of Budget Winter–and Groundhog Day
Dems and the GOP have returned to their burrows after the last internecine spending battle. Fiery debates won’t bring the real thaw until 2013.
Polling Shows Democrats’ Tough Road in 2012
For Obama to capture the White House again, Democrats must regain their numbers with liberals and moderates, and swing conservatives to their side, no easy trick.
Obama Budget Keeps its Eye on the Prize: Reelection
The President’s spending plan has little to do with deficit reduction. It’s a calculated effort to appease liberals and moderates just enough to secure himself a victory in 2012.
Twas the Night Before What?!
The politically correct night before Christmas…