Tagged: Politics

My political ally is not always right

Hopefully, this is as much of a given as was my earlier statement about our political advisories, but sometimes those of us on either aisle are hesitant to point out the wrong doings by someone who shares our political affiliation. Many of the accusations of...

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Obama’s got a good enemy

In an effort to point out things I like about my political adversaries, I would like to congratulate Obama on not being the politician that Jesse Jackson wants him to be. When the Rev. Jackson makes a castration reference toward you that counts as a...

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Obama’s daddy-sized dilema

On Father’s Day Barack Obama delivered a stirring and inspiring speech about the importance of the father in the life of today’s children. While I appreciate and applaud the speech, many are pointing to other stances taken by Obama that they say do not square...

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Supreme stupidity

While one can argue about the recent Supreme Court decision regarding access to American civilian courts for enemy combatants, I’m not sure how one can explain the logic behind the decision to overturn the death penalty for child rapists.

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World’s Worst Politician

We can disagree over a lot of things politically, but I would hope that we can agree that Massachusetts State Representative James Fagan is the world’s worst politician. For some reason Rep. Fagan believes that his job as a defense attorney will be to destroy...

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Half solutions are better than no solutions

Recently John McCain reversed course on off shore drilling. While it is indeed a flip-flop, it is perhaps understandable than a policy position can be changed depending on the actual circumstances – $2.00 a gallon gas versus $4.00. Barack Obama has been consistent in his...

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Missing: Bold Leadership

This week I’ve had the privilege to preview a new series that will debut on the Discovery Channel on Sunday, June 8th entitled When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions (click here to read my review). The six part series traces the first fifty years of...

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