Written by Sultan Knish
Mike Bloomberg's mayoral races have become a quadrennial farce in which an outmatched Democratic party hack, whose only virtue is having done enough favors for those above and below is pounded to pieces by a billionaire with virtually the same political views, but a virtually unlimited amount of ...
Written by Mehmet HasgÃ¼ler and Murat TÃ¼zÃ¼nkan
Cyprus is an island boxed in on three sides by Turkey and the countries of the Levant. On the streets of its divided capital Nicosia, silence prevails, except for the tick-tack sounds coming from the tables of the city's backgammon players, who gather every day in ...
Written by Chris Brown
The Ludwig von Mises Institute
We live in ludicrous times of rewarding good appearance for evil action. President Obama is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize while his war effortsintensify. But those who are true promoters of peace need attention, for they will never likely receive such ostentatious ...
Written by Rep. Thaddeus G. McCotter
Washington, DC - Throughout the health care debate, the majority of Americans have expressed their opposition and frustration with the president and his Democratic Congress' radical proposals. The public is opposed to the scheme's practical harm; frustrated by the Democrats' arrogant refusal to ...
Written by Marshall Frank -
No one president was more reviled by the media during his last two years in office, than George W. Bush. But, as the saying goes, it goes with the job.
Fast forward to today. We have elected a president who, more than any other previous president, used the soap box to promise "transparency" and ...
Written by Sultan Knish
The Obama Administration is finally ready to begin the Big Push. No, not the one to stop the Taliban... but to pass a gargantuan health care nationalization plan that the majority of the American people are opposed to and that no one besides China can actually pay for.
Written by Prime Minister Kevin Rudd Media Release
At the invitation of the Government of the Commonwealth of Australia, Vice Premier Li Keqiang of the State Council of the People's Republic of China made an official visit to Australia from 29 October to 1 November 2009. The Vice Premier met Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and held talks with Deputy ...
Written by Tom McClusky - TheCloakRoomBlog.com
Amazingly Newt Gingrich continues to attack conservatives who refuse to support the Republican NY-23 pro-abortion, pro- gay marriage, pro big spending candidate (Dede Scozzafava) whom a handful of Republicans put in place and all of the Congressional Republican leadership, except for Rep. Mike ...
Written by John Ellis - FrontPageMag.com
When the Congressional Budget Office estimated that the Baucus bill's $829 billion in new spending would be more than offset by large cuts in Medicare and new taxes, many observers were skeptical: how likely were those cuts and new taxes to materialize given the considerable political difficulties ...