The Reverend Jeremiah Wright hates his country.
That seems a pretty safe bet based on his unrelenting, anti-American venom spewed from the pulpit for over two decades.
Why dredge up the Reverend Wright again? After all, he’s so yesterday. Here’s why: I’m trying to understand President Obama’s decision to swap five unrepentant, murderous terrorists who would like to inflict more terror on the world, for a soldier who, by all accounts, also hated the U.S. and deserted his post …
Ronald Reagan was a man of the people.
This Hollywood Democrat landed a job hosting television’s new General Electric Theater. His life would never be the same. For one thing, he owned a piece of this wildly popular show, which is how he made his fortune.
For another, as part of his job, GE sent him all over the country to visit their plants and give speeches to their employees and customers as a PR move. Some quarter of a million people heard him speak over an eight year period.
Mr. Reagan gave a great speech, which made him popular with the working class Americans who worked in GE’s plants and factories. But something more important than celebrity came out of all his exposure to working class America. He had a chance to listen to normal people …
I don’t expect Barack Obama to talk about Mitt Romney’s Mormonism. The question is, will his surrogates? The Obama campaign will do so at their peril …Read More