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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Obama Organizing in High School

Obama is using our public school system to recruit for his Alinsky-inspired private army. Organizing for America is (and I quote) recruiting in our high schools to "build on the movement that elected President Obama by empowering students across the country to help us bring about our agenda" ... more

Chicago cools to Barack Obama, its hometown boy

“I don’t think he done nothing, the situation’s got worse and worse for me,” he complained. “His slogan was change but now he’s saying change is not just up to me. Well, that wasn’t what he said in the elections.” more

Friday, January 29, 2010

Obama Appeals to GOP Conscience in Pressing Forward With Agenda

Rather than dial back his ambitions in the wake of his party's loss last week in the Massachusetts Senate election, the president used his State of the Union address Wednesday night to pressure the GOP into working with Democrats by appealing to their collective conscience. more

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Obama's answer for America: more of me

There's a story of an ex hausted tenor at La Scala who, facing repeated cries of "Encore," responded that he couldn't go on. A man rose in the audience to say, "You'll keep singing until you get it right." That seems to be the defining principle of the Obama administration -- whose response to every problem, every setback, every hiccup and challenge has been, simply, "more Obama." more

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

The Spender-in-Chief’s fiscal freeze follies

There are more loopholes in President Obama’s proposed “spending freeze” than in an Olympic volleyball net. Gargantuan government entitlements (Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid) are exempt. A half-trillion in unspent stimulus money is exempt. Foreign aid is exempt. more

The Obama Fisc

Meet President Obama 2.0. Unlike the 2009 version, this 2010 update isn't the spender who has sent the federal deficit to levels unseen since World War II. This new fellow is a fiscal conservative, and Americans will see this major new talent perform tonight as he delivers his State of the Union address. more

An Economic Time Bomb

Weather-wise it has been a very cold January, and politically the Scott Brown Senate victory has chilled Washington even further for Democrats. But if the Democratic economic policies continue nevertheless, this year will be nothing like the bitter economic January we will be living in a year from now. more

Sunday, January 24, 2010

End of O's cowardly lyin'

We the people of the United States owe Scott Brown's sup porters a huge debt of gratitude. They didn't merely elect a senator. They ripped the façade off the Obama presidency. more

Did the Obama administration blow an opportunity in the Flight 253 case?

It is now clear that the administration did not give serious thought to anything but Door No. 1. This was myopic, irresponsible and potentially dangerous. more
That’s a rather damning indictment, but it’s not the worst of it. According to DNI Dennis Blair’s testimony, the agents couldn’t have turned Abdulmutallab over to a program for interrogating high-value detainees even had they decided on that course of action. more

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Obama Assails Supreme Court Ruling On Political Advertising

U.S. President Barack Obama used his weekly radio address on Saturday to assail a Supreme Court ruling this week clearing the way for corporations to spend freely on political advertisements, calling it a big victory for special interests and "devastating to the public interest." He added that his administration is working with Congress to develop a bipartisan legislative solution to override the ruling. more

Friday, January 22, 2010

The Incredible Deflation of Barack Obama

The air is seeping out of the Obama balloon. He has fallen to below 50 percent in the poll approval ratings, a decline punctuated by his party's shocking loss in the Massachusetts special election. more

Bloomberg Hammers Obama, Congress Over Bank Plan

President Barack Obama's demand Thursday that Congress clamp down on the size of banks and their investments got major blowback from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who said it could cause layoffs and hurt the city. more

Obama Seen as Anti-Business by 77% of U.S. Investors

U.S. investors overwhelmingly see President Barack Obama as anti-business and question his ability to manage a financial crisis, according to a Bloomberg survey. more

Obama hammers Wall Street banks

The global banking industry was thrown into turmoil on Thursday after President Barack Obama , responding to public rage over the financial crisis, proposed the most far-reaching overhaul of Wall Street since the 1930s. more

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Obama Retreats on Health

President Barack Obama suggested he's open to Congress passing a scaled-back health-care bill, potentially sacrificing much of his signature policy initiative as chaos engulfed Capitol Hill Wednesday. more

Barack Obama will be a one-term president if he doesn't ditch his statism

Barack Obama's only chance of a legacy is to stop thinking like Gordon Brown and start emulating Bill Clinton, argues Alex Singleton. more

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

A Year Later, Voters Send a Different Message

BOSTON — Special elections come and go. And the party that wins the White House one year ordinarily loses seats in the next Congressional election that comes along. But what happened in Massachusetts on Tuesday was no ordinary special election. more

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Judicial Watch sues over smelly Biden-tied, taxpayer-funded loan deal

Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that it has a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Obama Treasury Department to obtain documents related to automotive start-up Fisker’s purchase of a former GM plant in Wilmington, Delaware. more

Tough lessons from Obama's first year

President Obama begins his second year in the White House with such anemic approval ratings, you'd think he was another Ronald Reagan: Among recent presidents, only the Gipper had fallen so low in the esteem of voters at this stage of his presidency. more

The Once-Appealing Barack Obama

Wednesday marks the one-year anniversary of Barack Obama’s inauguration. It has been, by almost any measure, a difficult and disappointing year for him and his party. more

GOP win forces review of Obama's mandate

The stunning Republican victory in Tuesday's Massachusetts Senate race will force Democrats to fundamentally rethink the meaning of Barack Obama's election to the presidency, especially the notion that Americans want more government help in matters such as obtaining health insurance. more

Friday, January 15, 2010

Obama Bank-Tax Proposal Has Populist Appeal, Political Critics

While President Barack Obama counts on the populist appeal of a plan to tax the biggest financial firms, his idea already is being buffeted by political headwinds.

PROMISES, PROMISES: Many Obama pledges unkept

President Barack Obama ends his first year in office with his to-do list still long and his unfulfilled campaign promises stacked high. more

Thursday, January 14, 2010

CNN poll: Obama 1st year a flop, 48%/47%

CNN’s latest poll shows considerable erosion on a wide range of issues for Barack Obama, but nothing more dramatic than the scorecard given by the survey of registered voters. While Obama gave himself a “good, solid B-plus” for his first year in office, the plurality of Americans gave him a failing grade... more

AP source: Obama seeking tax on biggest banks

Mindful of soaring deficits and an anti-Wall Street mood, President Barack Obama wants a new 10-year tax on the country's largest banks to cover a projected $117 billion shortfall in the government's financial crisis bailout fund. more

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Obama to announce bank fees to cover billions in TARP losses

President Obama, looking to recoup billions in expected losses from the Troubled Asset Relief Program, will announce a plan Thursday to impose fees on the country's biggest financial institutions, a senior administration official told CNN. more

Stimulus Funded Up to 2 Million Jobs in 2009, Obama Report Says

The economic stimulus passed almost a year ago was responsible for between 1.5 million and 2 million jobs in 2009 and helped boost U.S. economic growth during the year, the Obama administration reported. more

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Obama Going on Six Months Without a Press Conference

President Obama is preparing for his State of the Union address, expected sometime in the next month, but some in the White House press corps are getting antsy for him to hold a news conference with reporters, something he hasn't done since July 22, almost six months ago. more

Obama's Next Three Years

Obama is more irritated than most at having to endure any sense of continuity with his predecessor. His criticism of Bush continues unabated even as he fares no better in the same stubborn terrain. more

Monday, January 11, 2010

Obama Confronts Labor, Lawmakers on Plan to Tax Health Benefits

President Barack Obama, facing growing resistance among Democrats over his support for taxing health benefits, will confront U.S. labor leaders and House lawmakers this week on the issue. more

Obama Urges Quick Action on Health Overhaul

President Obama said Saturday that Americans would see immediate benefits from a landmark overhaul of the nation’s health insurance system, and he urged Congress to reconcile swiftly differences on the legislation so it could be signed into law in the coming weeks. more

Now in a book format

Yes, this blog was converted to the book format and published on Amazon.
100 Days of Obama Presidency (Kindle edition)

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