Jon Corzine may be the Jerry Sandusky of Wall Street, but do not expect him to be held accountable for bankrupting MF Global. He is above the law. Published November 30 2011
The Mullahs in Iran are now community organizers. Learning from Obama and Occupy Wall Street, they made an attack on the British Embassy look like random grassroots violence. Published November 30 2011
Barney Frank held a press conference to announce that he would rather retire than face voters and be held accountable. Published November 29 2011
It took forever to find them, but at long last plenty of green jobs have finally been discovered. Maybe Barack Obama was right all along. Published November 28 2011
The Heritage Foundation and American Enterprise Institute combined to offer a brilliant GOP debate focused only on foreign policy. This debate was substantive and intelligent, a serious adult discussion. Published November 23 2011
In a stunning turn of events, a congressional Super Committee destined to totally fail ended up totally failing. Holy Gridlock, congress failed to do something! Water remains wet. Published November 22 2011
Ron Paul supporters are a scourge. They are not conservatives, and certainly not Republicans. Their tactics are every bit as destructive and intolerant as most left-wing movements. Published November 21 2011
Barack Obama called the American people lazy. He is the lazy one, as the American people work harder than ever under the crushing burdens of his administration. Published November 17 2011
Barack Obama called Americans lazy and soft. There is only one curseword strong enough to describe Mr. Obama. Published November 15 2011
Mr. Obama and Mr. Sarkozy dislike Mr. Netanyahu. So a Frenchman and a leftist dislike a conservative Jew. This is as surprising as sunrise in the East. Published November 14 2011
In one of the most horrific sports scandals of all time, Penn State football coach Joe Paterno was fired when it was discovered that his former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky is a sexual predator. Published November 12 2011
Happy Veterans Day. To veterans everywhere who protected America, thank you and welcome home. Published November 11 2011
Previous GOP debates were lacking. The CNBC debate was intelligent and substantive. Maria Bartiromo showed how knowing the subject matter makes for better questions and answers. Published November 9 2011
Herman Cain is being lynched by the left because they despise minority conservatives. From Clarence Thomas to Sarah Palin to Mr. Cain, the left cannot tolerate dissent. Published November 8 2011
If Occupy Wall Street really cared about Wall Street greed and corruption, they would be picketing outside the home of Jon Corzine. That will never happen because he is a leftist. Published November 7 2011
In the 1980s WKRP in Cincinnati was a fun sitcom about a radio station. On a recent 6 hour drive I combined every station into one incoherent radio program. Published November 5 2011
The National Federation of Republican Assemblies is the "Republican wing of the Republican Party." I recently attended their convention in Des Moines, Iowa. Published November 3 2011
First came the Ku Klux Klan. Now America deals with the other KKK, that being Khloe, Kim, and Kourtney. May America one day become a land without Kardashians. Published November 1 2011
Eric Golub is a politically conservative Jewish blogger, author, public speaker, and comedian. His book trilogy is “Ideological Bigotry,” “Ideological Violence,” and “Ideological Idiocy.”
He is Brooklyn born, Long Island raised, and has lived in Los Angeles since 1990. He ...Read More
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