Two recent Presidential pronouncements reflect the essential Barack Obama. Each also explains why so many view him to be the weakest of American presidents.
OK, I can't help myself. Over the past three years, I have written at least a dozen columns critical of Obamacare (a.k.a. The "Affordable Care Act") in this space and devoted an entire chapter to the topic in my book "America: Hope for Change."
With the exception of President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton is the most recognized American politician of this era. Today, she is far and away the Democratic front runner for president. Many believe she is the odds on favorite to win it all — a view supported by a variety of public...
Here is what President Barack Obama should have said when he addressed the American people after his party's massive losses in Tuesday's election:
Two columns ago, I passed on a series of political observations from the heartland. Today, a snapshot of American values and viewpoints a decade and a half into the "new" millennium.
For those of you inclined to send a message to Washington on Election Day, herewith a list of grievances that should get you plenty revved up:
It's the political season, which explains another column of "Things That Bug Me." Herewith my latest list for your consideration:
"[O]ne man appears to be a more eligible dispenser of the mercy of government, than a body of men."