Obama Honors Neil Armstrong as Only Obama Can

This is the actual tribute to Neil Armstrong as it appears on President Obama’s Tumblr page that is operated by Organizing for America. The touching remembrance of the first human being ever to set foot on the moon of course features a photo of… Obama: Considering the level of humility that Armstrong demonstrated in his … Continue reading “Obama Honors Neil Armstrong as Only Obama Can”

Paradox of the Day: Biggest Spender in History Takes Credit for ‘Biggest Annual Spending Cut in History’

When I heard him bragging about this last night I laughed out loud: Obama hailed the deal as “the biggest annual spending cut in history,” Did the record spender just take partial credit for a record cut? Gee thanks Mr. President… it wouldn’t have been possible without you. That was like hearing the CEO of … Continue reading “Paradox of the Day: Biggest Spender in History Takes Credit for ‘Biggest Annual Spending Cut in History’”

History of Presidential Bows: The White House Powerpoint Presentation

As the president prepares to leave Asia and return to the U.S. tomorrow, the White House is preparing their staff with talking points on what turned out to be the most talked about event during the trip: Obama’s bow to the Japanese Emperor. The White House is educating their people on American history, and they’ve … Continue reading “History of Presidential Bows: The White House Powerpoint Presentation”

Obama’s Victory: A Different View

Pictured to the left is the cover of today’s edition of the Istanbul newspaper Sabah. “Siyah Devrim” means “black revolution.” Obviously the Turks are pleased with the election results in the U.S., but what about some other countries? I decided to search around a little to see how the victory of Barack Obama was being … Continue reading “Obama’s Victory: A Different View”

Who knew Raul Castro had such a good sense of humor?

Like Putin and Ayatollah Khamenei, Raul Castro must know that he’s really got a big fish on the hook here: Castro, in a meandering, nearly hour-long speech to the Summit of the Americas, ran through an exhaustive history of perceived Cuban grievances against the U.S. dating back more than a century—a vivid display of how … Continue reading “Who knew Raul Castro had such a good sense of humor?”

White House Denial: No Biographies Have Been Altered

On Tuesday we (and the rest of the free world) mocked the Obama administration for including pitiful addendums at the bottom the biographies of almost every president from the last century. The Obama administration, true to narcissistic form, don’t really understand why people are making a big deal out of it. Besides, technically, they didn’t … Continue reading “White House Denial: No Biographies Have Been Altered”

Reagan Float Wins the Roses

Deserved recognition for the reminder of a time when “hope and change” wasn’t merely an empty, focus group tested catch phrase: (CNN) – Former President Ronald Reagan’s history-making float at the Rose Bowl Parade Saturday has been awarded a trophy for best depiction of life in the United States, past, present or future, the Tournament … Continue reading “Reagan Float Wins the Roses”

A Supreme Court Nominee Everyone Should Dred

As you’re probably aware, President Obama nominated Sonia Sotomayor to replace outgoing Supreme Court Justice and Stan Laurel ringer, David Souter, the man who is George HW Bush’s biggest mistake (second biggest if you’re on the left). There are a number of troubling issues in the professional career of Sotomayor, but this is one of … Continue reading “A Supreme Court Nominee Everyone Should Dred”