"Armageddon was yesterday. Today we have a serious problem." The Girl Who Played with Fire/Stieg Larsson Published August 8 2011
Boehner attacked for statement on the death of military personnel. In the era of rhetorical terrorism some people have no shame or decency. Published August 7 2011
Life is tough. It’s tougher if your’e stupid. (Sgt. Stryker/John Wayne Sands of Iwo Jima) Operation CeaseFire, and their criminal enabling ilk prove it everyday. They are complaining about the police shooting armed criminals. Published August 6 2011
Team Obama entered the White House with the audacity of hope. Then they created audacious fear, loathing, and despair in the nation. Published August 4 2011
The liberal and progressive drowsy loiterers, lubberly louts, cozening foxes, and their sycophant-varlets are whining and complaining that the debt crisis deal did not have a jobs creation provision. Published August 3 2011
Former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich is facing up to 300 years in prison for his conviction on corruption charges. He will get a slap on the wrist- 6- 15 years. Published August 2 2011
Warning. This commentary contains strong, combative, and uncivil language. Live with it. Patriotic Americans don't care about your tender sensitivities. Published August 2 2011
The object of a successful negotiation is a win-win situation. The debt deal was a lose-lose. The American people won nothing. Published August 1 2011
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