House and Senate committees have agreed to “fast track” an international trade agreement being negotiated by Obama. Conservatives have been thrown a ball of confusion — aren’t they supposed to support free trade? Isn’t international trade a good thing for America? Does anyone know what’s in this deal? Does McConnell know? Does Boehner? Not a chance. They and enough Republicans have been conned into trusting and believing Obama on what will be the most far reaching trade agreement in the history of mankind.
Posts by James Raider
Unless you are sleeping in one of Iran’s hidden uranium enrichment bunkers where the isotope separation is proceeding apace, you are not protected from the incessant and toxic media coverage of the “Obama / Iran almost-deal.” There is no deal. There never will be a deal. Nevertheless, the left’s media machines are building the foundation for a “legacy.” Iran supposedly… Read more »
Chelsea Clinton told an interviewer, when referring to her mother’s Presidential run, “I don’t know what she’s going to decide. But whatever it is, it will be the right decision for her and for all of us.” Fusion’s Alicia Menendez evidently found it a completely natural statement for her interviewee to make, and so did the rest of the media which repeated this story.
Now that the pervasive invasion of your privacy is complete, it is now time to conduct a full frontal assault on your minds, . . . and this battering will also not hurt. The secret is in the subtlety of the assault. The invasion of your privacy, yes your privacy, you know that thing you… Read more »
The battle of ideologies currently raging in America produces an attack from the left on everything that can be gathered and apprehended in a basket labelled with the catch-all term “Capitalism,” — catch-all because what it refers to in today’s America can hardly be identified as Capitalism.
For sixty four years, the world enjoyed some degree of stability, perhaps greater than at any previous period in history, with the United States performing the expensive, but indispensable role of “stabilizer.” There had been regional wars, and provincial atrocities often localized to sectarian disputes, but most of the world went about its business, criss-crossing… Read more »
A profound event has awakened a lethargic world. Millions of people have instantly materialized in city squares across Europe and in cities elsewhere around the globe in peaceful demonstrations of solidarity with those slain in the Muslim terrorist attacks on the offices of the Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris. Most of the signs carried by the mourners held very simple and very telling words, “Je Suis Charlie.”
We head into New Year celebrations enjoying a few extra dollars to spend, or put away for future needs, grateful that gasoline prices at the pump have eased enough to be felt. We also wish for continuation in this trend so that each of us can bask in a little relief from the ever-escalating costs on foods and daily necessities. Grateful, yes, but to whom, and more importantly, why?
Taking a short break from his daily golfology program, Obama’s principal statement in his address to the Marine Corps base was, “Because of the extraordinary service of the men and women in the American armed forces, Afghanistan has a chance to rebuild its own country. …. We are safer. It’s not going to be a source of terrorist attacks again. …. The world is better, it’s safer, it’s more peaceful, it’s more prosperous.”
President Obama is being applauded by his pandering members of the left’s publicity machine for poking a stick in the eye of the GOP and its likely 2016 Presidential candidates. The economic geniuses at the NYT pretend that there is suddenly a long line-up of American corporations running for their executive jets ardently anxious to unwrap the… Read more »