January 16, 2019

Obama’s Zero-Sum Game and the Coming Redistribution Bubble

As a presidential candidate in 2008, Barack Obama stated to Joe the plumber that the primary goal of government should be income redistribution.  And in reality, Obama has made great strides with regard to income redistribution, having enlarged the food stamp recipient list, for example. At the heart of income redistribution rhetoric is a principle […]

Guess What’s Coming to Lake Wobegon

The campaign tactics behind four historic electoral wins at the November 2012 polls for same-sex “marriage” (SSM) in Maine, Maryland, Washington State, and my boyhood home of Minnesota are well worth analyzing.  Although homosexual advocates carefully crafted a public relations campaign presenting homosexuality and its legal recognition as benign phenomena, the reality in Minnesota belies […]

Obama of Roanoke: We Saw You Coming

Now that Brit Hume, perhaps the best network anchor of our time, is on record that it’s  fair to say that we know more (after the Roanoke speech) than we ever have about the President’s view of business and the economy,” the real Obama is finally starting to be recognized in the truly mass media. […]

Nanny Bloomberg Coming After Alcohol Next?

Via NY Post: . . . First, Mayor Bloomberg went after smoking in public places. Then trans-fats, salt and sugary drinks. Now Bloomberg — known for sipping fine wine and downing a cold beer from time to time — wants to crack down on alcohol sales to curb excessive drinking, according to a provocative planning […]

Reagan Saw This Coming

Ronald Reagan saw this coming, and Barack Obama is making his prediction come true. Moammar Gaddafi got what was coming to him.  Of course, the concern now is the jihadist and al-Qaeda elements that are positioned to replace him.  Years ago, Ronald Reagan called Gaddafi the “mad dog of the Middle East” and said that […]

The Coming Obama Administration War on Doctors

A recent study in the journal “Health Affairs” compared physicians in the United States with those in Europe, Australia, and Canada and concluded that higher physician fees, including those by primary care physicians (PCPs), were the main reason for escalating health care costs in the U.S.  In short, the authors of the study Miriam Laugesen, […]