Tag Archives: President Obama

Millenials Will Vote for Sanders: Not Understanding Economic Growth

A 25-year old voting this season was born in 1991. Most likely, he has no personal recollection of a prosperous America. The last time the US economy grew by more than 3% was 2005, when he was nine years old. … Continue reading

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Les élections primaires aux Etat-Unis

Excusez le manque d’accents. Ils sont trop difficiles a former avec mon logiciel anglophone primitif. J’espere que mon texte est quand meme lisible.   Nous en sommes au stade des elections primaires, la maniere normale pour chaque parti de choisir … Continue reading

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Ignorance Is a Political Strategy

Days, even weeks later, I am still recovering from Pres. Obama’s State of the Union address. Mostly, I am amazed that I still don’t dislike the guy. (Of course, I am at heart a racist like all Obama critics, goes … Continue reading

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Guantanamo: A Conservative Moral Blind Spot

A current Guantanamo detainee, M. Slahi, just published a book about his ordeal. The book is redacted of course but it still tells an arresting story. M. Slahi was captured in 2000. He has been held in detention, mostly at … Continue reading

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Illegal Child Immigration: the Trap (Updated)

Democrats laid a trap, they dug a big hole in the Southwestern Desert desert, and Republican honchos are lining up to fall into it! I refer to the invasion of thousands of underage illegal immigrants, of course. The media are … Continue reading

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Liberals Against the Pursuit of Happiness

Every year, my town celebrates the birth of the first country to be founded on the explicit ideal of liberty by erecting steel barriers. Would I make this up? Would anyone? Does anyone have the imagination? The barriers -which must … Continue reading

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Immigration: If it Couacs Like a Duck, it May be a Goose (“Quack,” in English))

President Obama says he will go his own way on immigration reform. He will bypass Republican “obstructionism,” presumably by relying on some form of executive order. That’s after the Supreme Court ruled against his actions nine to zero twelve consecutive … Continue reading

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