Washington continues to entrust stale bureaucracies with the job of righting the economic ship, instead of getting the federal government out of the way. One of those bureaucracies is the Small Business Administration, which has been employed by Congress and President Barack Obama to reignite private-sector lending. Read More
Was it really only a few months ago when President Barack Obama seemed suddenly to have matured into an authentic national leader by virtue of his steely decision-making in the hours leading up to the Navy SEAL raid that took out Osama bin Laden?
At what will likely be viewed as the high point of his presidency, Obama looked like a formidable candidate for a second term. But then came the debt-ceiling crisis, and the president’s approval rating has now sunk to a new low. Read More
Three dirty secrets underlie the debt-ceiling debate. First, the back-and-forth over competing proposals to cut $1.2 trillion, $2.7 trillion or $3.7 trillion misses the larger point. Depending on which baseline is used, the national debt is going to be somewhere in the neighborhood of $20 trillion in 2020. Read More
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is almost certain to run for president and will announce his plans at some point in the second half of August, according to a report from Erin McPike and Scott Conroy of Real Clear Politics, citing "sources familiar with his political team's planning." Read More
"I cannot guarantee that those checks go out on Aug. 3,” President Barack Obama warned “CBS Evening News” viewers about Social Security on Tuesday night. “There may simply not be the money in the coffers to do it.” Read More
It doesn’t look like we’re going to get the $4 trillion deficit-reduction deal President Barack Obama has been talking about. So what happens next?
Seeing the recent breakdown in talks, it’s hard to imagine what Obama and Vice President Joe Biden thought they were going to get in these negotiations. Read More
America was worse than just war-weary by 1973, when the War Powers Act became the law of the land — as the Senate and House both overrode the veto of a hawkish and hard-line president, Richard Nixon.
Most Americans were disillusioned — and many were downright disgusted — about how their commanders-in-chief and congressional rubber-stampers had misled them into the long Vietnam War that began undeclared and would soon end un-won. Read More
In case you didn’t get the message the first several dozen times, President Barack Obama wants to remind you that he inherited an economic problem. He has publicly pointed his finger at the previous administration at least 71 times since his inauguration in order to explain the economic slowdown, unemployment, housing mess and budget crisis that persist today, 2½ years into his presidency. Read More
Sarah Palin discussed more policy issues as she continues her bus tour around America. Last night Fox News aired an exclusive interview with On the Record's Greta Van Susteren where Palin took advantage of Van Susteren's conversational style to voice her opinions on several issues. Read More
This Sunday, May 29th, Governor Palin and the SarahPAC team will begin a trip through our nation's rich historical sites, starting from Washington, DC and going up through New England according to the SarahPAC website.
The "One Nation Tour" is part of our new campaign to educate and energize Americans about our nation's founding principles, in order to promote the Fundamental Restoration of America. Read More