I like Mitt Romney.
He’s a great manager. A good human being. And he led the anti-Trump movement.
These are good things … except that Trump won.Read More
George Stephanopoulos gave $50,000 to the Clinton Foundation.
Is that information relevant when, let’s say, Mr. Stephanopoulos is interviewing the guy who wrote a book on the subject (Clinton Cash) which suggests the foundation is nothing but a Clinton slush fund?Read More
In February, the new VA Secretary, Robert MacDonald, claimed the agency fired 60 people for lying about the bad service they were giving our vets.
Then the agency back pedaled and said it was only fourteen.
Now that documents are available, it looks like there were only three fired.
More spin.Read More
Mitt Romney announced he will not seek the Republican nomination for president…Read More
Let’s be fair to the president. The problem with healthcare at the Veteran’s Administration preceded President Obama.
The Bush administration tried to do something about it by increasing funding. Funding was increased even more under the Obama administration.
In all, spending has increased 106% since 2003. Caseloads have only increased 30% in the same time period. So we don’t have a money problem as much as a structural problem.
There are two ways to change the world: with a carrot or a stick.
Jesus used a carrot.
Hitler used a stick.
In U.S. politics, the stick has been employed with great effect by the political Left …
Mitt Romney’s son committed a cardinal sin: he adopted a black baby.
Ben and Andelyne Romney have enraged liberals who distrust the motives of conservatives when they do something good.
Here is a sampling of liberal outrage from the Twitterverse:
Are there really any undecided voters in America? Maybe you are one. Maybe you are doing some soul searching. May I offer some perspective on why I am voting for the Romney/Ryan ticket? I preface these remarks by acknowledging that I did not support Mitt Romney in the primaries. If you read some of this blog’s posts from 2010 and 2011, you will find some sharp criticisms of Mitt Romney. Having cleared the air, I encourage you to vote for this ticket. I offer two broad reasons for doing so…Read More
By Tom Quiner Iowa offers a paltry 6 electoral votes this election. Iowa is a swing state. But our six votes are so critical that we’ve seen each campaign make repeated trips to Iowa. That’s why tonight’s dramatic announcement that the Des Moines Register is endorsing Mitt Romney is so important. The Register’s editorials are…Read More
The Obama campaign is reduced to hate. It’s really that simple. His economic record is terrible. His signature achievement, Obamacare, is opposed by a majority of Americans. His foreign policy record is a mixed bag. And he offers no vision for tomorrow, other than more malaise and retreat …Read More