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John Holdren: Science and Technology Czar

If I had to define John Holdren, I would call him a “Green Communist.”  However, President Obama has given him much different titles: Assistant to the President for Science and Technology, Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, and Co-Chair of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology. If I had to compare him to another ...

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Politizoid: Obamafeld

The endless banter, the self-absorbed complaining it sounds like Seinfeld, but with our liberal leaders, its just another day of the politics of meaninglessness.

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PolitiZoid: Safer

Do you feel safer with the new “changes” to America’s national security policies?

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Federal Reserve Struggling to Create Inflation

The specter of deflation is looming.  Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke, the President’s economic advisor Paul Volcker (remember him from the Carter years?), and Treasury’s Timmy Giehtner are all worried that the inflation they have been trying so hard to elicit isn’t coming fast enough – or at all. While inflation is what happens when too many dollars are chasing ...

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Obama’s Socialist Endorsements and Support

In my last post I showed that Obama was a member of  the Socialist “New Party” in the 1990’s. That membership came with privileges. During his Presidential Campaign Obama had no shortage of aid from Socialist organizations. I have their support and aid to him below, in their own words. The Social Democrats USA Socialist Party openly endorsed Barack Obama: September 17, ...

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Conservatives – Are We Crazy?

I tripped across a Los Angeles Times article by David Klinghoffer, entitled “From neocons to crazy-cons” that provoked some serious thought on my part.  Are we Conservatives out-of-our-minds? The most thought-provoking statement in his article was, “Conservatism wasn’t just a policy agenda, a set of partisan gripes or a football team seeking victory on the electoral field. Above all, it ...

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