• #BlueLightFriday: From the White House to Your House

    #BlueLightFriday: From the White House to Your House

    When you need something done, call a retired cop. That’s how Blue Light Friday at the White House came together last week. Unlike the lame duck occupant at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., I have little experience as a community organizer. So | Read More »

  • Events Roil the 2016 Campaign

    Events Roil the 2016 Campaign

    “Events, dear boy, events,” the late British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan supposedly replied when asked what he most feared. And events can certainly make a difference, as was apparent this week: Prime Minister David Cameron moved out of No. 10 | Read More »

  • No, Hillary, It's Not Time To Move On

    No, Hillary, It’s Not Time To Move On

    Am I fantasizing even to hope that Hillary Clinton will finally be held accountable for her lies and corruption — to say nothing of her actions in her role as bimbo-slayer for her libidinous husband? Perhaps so, but to borrow | Read More »

  • Big Brother Obama Suppresses Information to Promote Propaganda

    Big Brother Obama Suppresses Information to Promote Propaganda

    If some maniac blurted out his allegiance to Jesus Christ while mowing down 49 innocent people, do you think there’s any chance President Obama would not showcase those remarks? Well, in the case of radical Islamist Omar Mateen, the Obama | Read More »

  • Petulant, Partisan President Obama Needs a Reality Check

    Petulant, Partisan President Obama Needs a Reality Check

    In my most recent column, I discussed President Obama’s disgraceful reaction to the Islamic terrorist massacre of innocents in Orlando. Not to be outdone by his own wrongheadedness, he one-upped himself Tuesday with another doozy. People often criticize Donald Trump’s | Read More »

  • Is Donald Trump Headed for a Loss of ... Ordinary Republican Proportions?

    Is Donald Trump Headed for a Loss of … Ordinary Republican Proportions?

    The latest national polls show Donald Trump in dire shape. In the RealClearPolitics average, Trump has dropped below 40 percent — 39.1 percent, to be precise — while Mitt Romney, in the entire losing 2012 campaign, never fell below 43 | Read More »

  • Nation Needs Purdue's President

    Nation Needs Purdue’s President

    Mitch Daniels, former governor of Indiana and current president of Purdue University, knows that no one in the audience is there to hear a commencement speaker. When, however, he addressed his institution’s class of 2016, it heard him distill into | Read More »

  • Fantasy Baseball, Beltway Style

    Fantasy Baseball, Beltway Style

    In a campaign season with lots of surprises, how’s this for a wild prediction? It would never happen, of course, but pull up a chair and indulge me.

  • Legacy or Bust

    Legacy or Bust

    Last Saturday, Barack Obama gained the second jewel in his foreign policy triple crown: the Paris climate accord. It follows his Iran nuclear deal and awaits but the closing of Guantanamo to complete his glittering legacy.

  • Administration, Please Continue to Spew Misinformation on Guns

    Administration, Please Continue to Spew Misinformation on Guns

    The Obama administration is not only at odds with America, as founded, but also woefully out of touch with ordinary Americans, and it is deceitful or delusional (or both) on guns.

  • "Misunderestimating" The American People

    “Misunderestimating” The American People

    As the week began, I planned to write this column about some implications of Barack Obama’s Sunday night Oval Office address. I noted that he devoted about one-fifth of this 13-minute speech to pleas that Americans not discriminate against Muslims.

  • Democrats' Problem: Americans Have Little Faith in Government

    Democrats’ Problem: Americans Have Little Faith in Government

    The Republican Party certainly has its problems: a chaotic presidential race; a despised congressional party; unpopularity among the rapidly growing number of non-whites.

  • Andrea Mitchell's Selective Concerns on Divisiveness

    Andrea Mitchell’s Selective Concerns on Divisiveness

    On NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday, Andrea Mitchell accused Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump of divisiveness. Trump’s alleged divisiveness aside, this is rich from an acolyte of the most divisive president in history, Barack Obama.

  • Political Translations

    Political Translations

    It is amazing how many different ways the same thing can be said, creating totally different impressions. For example, when President Barack Obama says that defeating ISIS is going to take a long time, how is that different from saying that he is going to do very little, very slowly? It is saying the same thing in different words.

  • The America-Basher in Chief Rolls On

    The America-Basher in Chief Rolls On

    How could America have twice elected a president who not only can’t stand America but also won’t perform his constitutional duty of defending it?

  • Obama's Phony War

    Obama’s Phony War

    Tell me: What’s a suicide bomber doing with a passport? He’s not going anywhere. And, though I’m not a religious scholar, I doubt that a passport is required in paradise for a martyr to access his 72 black-eyed virgins.

  • The End of Obamaworld

    The End of Obamaworld

    In denouncing Republicans as “scared of widows and orphans,” and castigating those who prefer Christian refugees to Muslims coming to America, Barack Obama has come off as petulant and unpresidential.

  • Obama Gets Really Angry ... at Americans

    Obama Gets Really Angry … at Americans

    Three days after the Islamic State terrorist attacks in Paris, Americans were primed to hear their president express heartfelt anger, which he did in his press conference in Antalya, Turkey, at the end of the G-20 summit. And they did hear him describe ISIS as “this barbaric terrorist organization” and acknowledge that the “terrible events in Paris were a terrible and sickening setback.”

  • Obama's Pathological Blindness

    Obama’s Pathological Blindness

    It’s hard to believe we twice elected a president who refuses to defend the United States. I think people who used to dismiss our criticism of President Obama as extreme are now realizing just how naive they were.

  • Cronyism: For the Likes of Google, It is Really, REALLY Good to be a Friend of Obama

    Cronyism: For the Likes of Google, It is Really, REALLY Good to be a Friend of Obama

    If President Barack Obama doesn’t like you – his government tends to make your life really, REALLY miserable.