Republicans Pledge To Fight Obama On Immigration – A Bad Idea

WASHINGTON – As expected, President Barack Obama just announced his plan to shield millions of illegal immigrants from prosecution and possible deportation. A fair estimate indicates that this executive...

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The Poor Need Opportunity, Not Redistribution

WASHINGTON – On the left, the conventional wisdom is that too many people are poor in America because a very small minority, (the 1%), gamed the system, this way...

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The Jonathan Gruber Story Will Not Go Away

WASHINGTON – The usually pro-Obama US media ignored the explosive story of MIT Professor Jonathan Gruber, a highly paid consultant who helped draft the now infamous Affordable Care Act, or...

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Historic US-China Deal To Fight Global Warming?

WASHINGTON – President Obama went to Beijing and –surprise, surprise– he pulled a huge rabbit out of a hat in the form of a “historic” agreement with China committing the...

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US Republicans: Big Victory But No Message With Broad Appeal

WASHINGTON – There is no doubt that the “anti-incumbent” sentiment strongly favored the Republicans on November 4. Most opinion polls taken prior to the vote revealed a general anxiety among...

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The Jonathan Gruber Story Will Not Go Away

WASHINGTON – The usually pro-Obama US media ignored the explosive story of MIT Professor Jonathan Gruber, a highly paid consultant who helped draft the now infamous Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. Gruber was caught on camera describing at a conference the process that led to the passing of the law as a masterpiece of deception, made possible by […]

Get Ready For A Quasi-Nuclear Iran

WASHINGTON – The deadline for a nuclear deal between Iran and the West is approaching, while no meaningful agreement is in sight. My prediction is that the negotiations will be extended, because breaking the talks now would confront President Obama with very unpleasant choices.

US Republicans: Big Victory But No Message With Broad Appeal

WASHINGTON – There is no doubt that the “anti-incumbent” sentiment strongly favored the Republicans on November 4. Most opinion polls taken prior to the vote revealed a general anxiety among likely voters. “America is going in the wrong direction”, “My children will have a worse life than the one I am having”, “Obama does not know how […]