Like nailing jello to the wall: What will Obama commit to cutting from the budget? Published November 28 2012
Whenever any conservative criticizes the job performance of an Obama administration official who happens to be a minority, the left claims bigotry. Yet when everything is bigoted, nothing else matters. Published November 28 2012
Republicans must fight President Obama to the death to preserve the Bush tax cuts. The Republican position is the only responsible one. Published November 25 2012
The greatest television anti-hero of all time was J.R. Ewing of "Dallas." On Black Friday of all days, legendary actor Larry Hagman departed for the oil rig in the sky. Published November 23 2012
For Black Friday, the Best Buy in West Los Angeles was the site of shoppers, squatters, spectators, and security personnel meant to keep the peace. Published November 23 2012
Those unwilling to brave the malls on Black Friday need only one mouse click to purchase "Ideological Idiocy" and other fantastic political books. Buy them as gifts! Published November 20 2012
As Israel cracks down on Hamas terrorists in Gaza, the solution to the Palestinian problem can be found in Hostess cakes. Published November 18 2012
A secret, illegally recorded and illegally obtained videotape showed Barack Obama and Valerie Jarrett in a conspiracy now known as the "other Manhattan Project." Published November 15 2012
President Valerie Jarrett's spokesperson Barack Obama threw a temper tantrum disguised as a press conference. Obama angrily accused Republicans of holding "hostage" anything allowed by Federalism. Published November 14 2012
The scandal involving General Petraeus does involve a naked body, but the media as usual is focusing on the wrong naked body. Published November 13 2012
As the fiscal cliff deadline approaches, President Obama promised to work with Republicans with a message of "I won, you shut up and compromise." Published November 12 2012
To all veterans on Veteran's Day, thank you and welcome home. Yet Veteran's Day 2012 comes with a degree of sadness as the sterling career of General David Petraeus was wrecked by an affair. Published November 11 2012
Now that the election is over, there are potential problems with liberals and conservatives. Both sides need a stern warning. Published November 9 2012
The 2012 election was a virtual repeat of the 2004 election, but 1988 provides another clear reason why the 2012 results came in as they did. The lessons for candidates should be heeded. Published November 8 2012
Americans voted for paralysis and managed decline. Most people were frustrated with the direction of America, and responded to a desire for change by reinforcing the status quo at all levels. Published November 7 2012
The day before the 2008 election, I wrote separate open letters to both presidential candidates. That tradition continues in 2012. Here is my open letter to Governor Mitt Romney. Published November 5 2012
The day before the 2008 election I wrote an open letter to both presidential candidates. Here is my open letter to Barack Obama. Published November 5 2012
Mitt Romney feels we should vote due to love of country while Barack Obama is motivated by revenge. Published November 5 2012
People are judged by the company they keep. President Obama has Katy Perry and Lena Dunham. On Palm Beach Sunday, Romney surrogates Rudy Giuliani and Norm Coleman stormed South Florida. Published November 5 2012
California may be a lost cause, but in Election 2012, the Golden State actually matters more than most people think. Published November 5 2012
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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