May 31, 2020

Can the Democratic Psyops Boost Obama?

If it doesn’t pass the smell test, it is probably not true.  We keep being told that Obama is leading, that the race is close at best, that voters have accepted a ‘new normal’ for unemployment, that the economy is improving, that the price of gas means nothing, that Romney is making fatal gaffes.  We […]

Democratic Base Continues Attack on Children, Parents in Chicago

Via Chicago Tribune: Chicago Public School officials and striking teachers resume contract talks this morning with no sign of a breakthrough on key issues separating the two sides and keeping 350,000 students out of school. “There has not been as much movement as we would hope. There’s been — let’s put it this way — […]

Frank Marshall Davis and the Subversion of the Democratic Party

A curious specter will be hovering over the Democratic convention this week.  It is the ghost of Frank Marshall Davis, Communist Party USA member 47544 and mentor to a young Barack Obama. Readers of this site are well aware of Davis, from my writings and those of others who have posted articles here.  Davis joined […]

We want Principled Leaders

We have a leader that has to hide his past to be accepted today. He does not have to meet any standards since the constitution is not relevant in his mind. Twisting the truth in an election is totally acceptable. One must remember he hired a treasury secretary that was a tax cheat who paid […]

The Democratic Party’s War on the Poor

It was a proud day in Medellín, Colombia.  Mayor Alonso Salazar smiled as he announced the city’s latest accomplishment, and a sycophantic press reported his happy message verbatim. The 12,000 desperately poor people of Medellín’s Comuna 13, a shantytown set high atop a steep hill, had spent generations climbing up and down some 530 mountainside […]

Lighting Up Democratic Crony Capitalism

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By Doug Bandow on 12.23.11 @ 5:07AM The battle for light bulb freedom continues.  The Democrats still believe that the American people are too stupid to choose their own light bulbs.  The House GOP was able to delay enforcement of the new 100 watt ban for a year.  […]

The Democratic Party’s War against Promotions

The December 2011 battle in Washington, D.C. — a battle over continuing a Social Security tax-cut for another year, or even another two months — demonstrates the differences between the parties in stark detail, both in terms of campaign methods and economic ideology. Most commentators have focused on the campaign methods: brilliant, isn’t it, how […]