Many conservatives are concerned that the future of the Supreme Court is paramount, however, IMHO, the most profound threat to the great American ‘Experiment’ rests in the threat to its economic foundation. Understand that senior bankers and senior globalists are happy to see a socialist in power. Socialists don’t build economies and don’t care… Read more »
Posts by James Raider
We witness Obama’s relentless attacks on Trump, even while standing beside a foreign leader, and the media cannot help itself. The first President on the way out the door to ever insinuate himself into a Presidential election not only gets a pass, he gets rationalizations from the MSM. His desperation to prevent an unravelling of… Read more »
Amongst all of the crises we have swirling around us, financial, security, national, or international, all affecting our lives very directly, a powerful trend our media is ignoring is the very acute decline in business startup rates during the past decade. This trend is a continuation of the general drift we have endured for over… Read more »
Someone close to me has recently spent some months confronting the abject incompetence of government bureaucracy. The lunacy of bureaucratic cover-my-back-side inactions is something most of us have experienced in frustration, regardless what corner of the government we have dealt with. Each and every time I have found myself confronting the blundering inefficiency of the… Read more »
Last week we read with some confusion a long-winded self-congratulatory piece in the NYT that Obama lied about, . . . well, lied about pretty well everything particularly anything pertaining to his ‘historical’ Iran Deal. He lied about the Iranian leadership. He lied about the negotiations. He lied about Iran’s nuclear status. He lied about… Read more »
In the age of Obama we have witnessed attacks from the left which have refashioned conventional words into insults. The terms are twisted into slurs usually intended to demean the target, when no intelligent or rational argument can be constructed to counter a position. One such word, nationalism, has achieved prominence in use as an insult in only eight years.
During a recent five participant discussion which had slipped from the metaphysical to the political, one supposedly educated individual blessed with a Phd whom I’d asked three times to provide facts to shore up his simplistic statist ‘talking point’ blurted out in foundering frustration, “Are you a climate change denier?” I was not so much shocked as I was seriously disappointed. Here was an ostensibly intelligent member of society, who, in a weak moment and showing insecurities, defaulted to the use of personal slight, thinking that retreating to the redoubt of his moral high ground might put me in my place.
Air Force One landed in Havana this weekend, delivering an homage from America to the Cuban dictatorship. In servile acquiescence to his fascist hosts, Obama posed for pictures with likenesses of Che Guevara and Jose Marti, even placing a wreath on Revolution Square in remembrance to Marti. Such undisguised and significant spectacles of validation for oppression reflect an indisputable state of mind — an acquiescence to despotism. It mirrors the suppression of America and its rule of law, which this Administration has successfully imposed through the protection of seniors bankers who violated and vandalized American taxpayers, and America’s middle class and then, for good measure, kicked the poorest of the Nation into permanent poverty.
Donald Trump has turned the whole of the Washington ‘establishment’ for miles around the ‘beltway’ into a fearful and muddled morass emitting noxious gas, hoping it asphyxiates all sources of energy propelling Trump toward the White House. The majority of the MSM pretends it is only the Republican establishment which hates Trump, although it… Read more »
The ABC interview with Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook on Feb. 24, 2016, unintentionally revealed a CEO under siege, a CEO behind the eight ball, and a CEO who felt he had been betrayed by Obama. He had been double-crossed by a politician he had helped elect. Cook earnestly and effectively stated Apple’s quandary, nevertheless, he could not help but look like the deer in the head lights. He plaintively stated that he felt he should have received a heads-up from Obama.