Barack Obama

Liberalism is Kinda Boring

Liberalism has been called a lot of things. Some seem to think that the term is synonymous with good, others think it’s naive, Michael Savage called it a mental disorder, etc.

But the one thing I don’t hear it called… Continue reading

John Stossel Rundown

Here are some of my favorite, mostly recent, discussions on some very relevant topics by the man with mustache himself:

 

John Stossel with Chuck Devore and Matt Welch comparing why Texas’s smaller government model is better than California’s big… Continue reading

Obama vs Obama on Wiretapping

While it’s nothing new that politicians over promise and lie their way into office only to do a 180 (we all remember George Bush’s “humble foreign policy” right). But it’s always helpful to have it illustrated after the fact. Here’s… Continue reading

Jon Stewart on the IRS scandal

While Jon Stewart and The Daily Show certainly lean left, I do appreciate his willingness to make fun of the left when the time calls. With the cornucopia of recent government scandals, this would be the perfect oppurtunity, and he doesn’t disappoint:… Continue reading

Republicans use Political Correctness Too

In my series of “mommy he did it too” articles, I now turn to the dreaded political correctness. Political correctness apparently came to us from the Frankfurt School and critical theory which, as Herbert Mercuse posited, the oppressed should have… Continue reading

My Thoughts on the Presidential Election or How Barack Obama and Mitt Romney Cured My Interest in Politics

I must be the most ill-informed political blogger there is out there right now, at least when it comes to current events. Oh how things change… where I once had my finger on the pulse of the political zeitgeist, here… Continue reading

Presidential Debate from a European Perspective

The letter from the German authorities caught my attention. Mostly because it was asking for a bunch of money, but also because of what was going on back home in the U.S.

The letter was to inform me that, because… Continue reading

SNL Sums up the Presidential Election

Saturday Night Live once again sums up the Presidential election better than I ever could:

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Dishonest Arguing Tactics – The GOP Convention

What do you mean I didn’t build that? I totally built that you good-for-nothing commie! Or something like that. Apparently Obama thinks bureaucrats built the United States instead of entrepreneurs. Indeed, that seemed to be the entire theme of the recent… Continue reading

Paul Ryan is Fiscally Conservative?

So Paul Ryan is Mitt Romney’s choice for the “Guy Who Won’t Actually Do Anything but Will Hopefully Win Me Some Swing Voters In A Close State” known formally as the vice president. This has upset many liberals who believe… Continue reading

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