Archives for: June 2011
By Carole on Jun 11, 2011
Another day another example of how, when it comes to job growth, President Barack Obama either doesn't get it or thinks the American people don't. In his weekly radio address he once again touted more government spending as a way to improve the nation's dismal unemployment situation.
By Carole on Jun 10, 2011
And they're off! Alaskan officials have just released 24,000 pages of e-mails sent and received by Sarah Palin during her first 21 months as Governor of that state. Now the digging starts as once noble journalistic institutions are asking their customers to do their job for them. Is this an indication of the media's future or is it another example of media bias against Mrs. Palin?
By Carole on Jun 9, 2011
While too much of the nation's attention is focused on Representative Anthony Weiner (D-New York) and his sex/lying scandal, President Barack Obama is at the White House welcoming one of the most corrupt leaders on earth. President Ali Bongo of the West Central African nation of Gabon is being touted by administration officials as an "important ally" while those who know his background say he is guilty of "grand theft nation".
By Carole on Jun 8, 2011
According to a new CNN poll, more than 80 percent of Americans believe that the US economy is in poor shape after two and a half years of President Barack Obama's leadership and 50 percent say that another Great Depression is likely to occur in the next year. The latest economic indicators (most importantly unemployment and manufacturing reports) and the largest point drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average in almost a year seem to back up those opinions. But President Obama, not content to simply endanger the US economy with his obscene levels of government spending, is trying to export his failed brand of economic leadership to other nations.
By Carole on Jun 7, 2011
A new poll shows that an overwhelming majority of Americans believe the country is on the wrong track and rate the economy in negative terms. Over half of the respondents say the economy has not even started to recover and even those who say it has improved rate the recovery as weak. Meanwhile in his latest tone-deaf public statements, President Barack Obama says he's not worried.