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I do not hate Democrats.

My disagreements with Democrats are not personal. My problem with Democrats is that I so vigorously disagree with so much of what they believe.

I <em>do not</em> hate Democrats.
posted on: May 21, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser

The Windy City’s lousy FICO score.

Democrats in Chicago mortgaged the city's future by granting lavish benefits to city employees. Sadly, the future has arrived.

The Windy City’s lousy FICO score.
posted on: May 15, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser

Facts don’t matter to liberals but facts matter.

No matter how high and how persuasive the mountain of readily available evidence that what they believe doesn’t work, liberals never question their own beliefs.

Facts don’t matter to liberals but facts matter.
posted on: May 7, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser

Baltimore: A monument to Democrats.

For those who voted in a Democratic monopoly in Baltimore it’s worth asking: If you’ve done something for 50 years and it hasn’t worked, shouldn’t you at least consider trying something else?

Baltimore: A monument to Democrats.
posted on: Apr 30, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser
Someone to <em>sell</em> it.

Someone to sell it.

posted on: Apr 23, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser

Give us a nominee who can speak to a bright future brought about by a strong military, a light regulatory burden, a belief in the American people and a cogent and resolute foreign policy based on American strength.

On FOX 51: The usual liberal twaddle.

On FOX 51: The usual liberal twaddle.

posted on: Apr 21, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser

The average salary for the chief officer of an American corporation is a bit less than $200,000 per year. Which is a third less than what Mrs. Clinton gets for an hour delivering a platitude-laced speech about income inequality.

“Predatory?” Let’s talk college loans.

“Predatory?” Let’s talk college loans.

posted on: Apr 9, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser

Saddling a 21-year old kid with what amounts to a mortgage before he or she has earned a dime in the real world is irresponsible.

A canary gasping for air.

A canary gasping for air.

posted on: Apr 2, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser

MSNBC was at the peak of its health in 2008 and Obama won. Its precipitous decline might thus portend trouble for the next Democratic nominee.

Obama & Bergdahl: A complete embarrassment.

Obama & Bergdahl: A complete embarrassment.

posted on: Mar 26, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser

Franklin Roosevelt would never have traded five dangerous enemies of the United States for one Army deserter. Not even the feckless Jimmy Carter would have made such a fool of himself.

Of the Reagans & the Obamas.

Of the Reagans & the Obamas.

posted on: Mar 19, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser

Sasha and Malia Obama have lived their lives with a mother and a father in the house who love them and who are active in raising them. For all of my disagreements with Barack Obama, this is a part of him that I like and respect.

For thee but not for me.

For thee but not for me.

posted on: Mar 12, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser

Hillary Clinton is the very embodiment of the nouveau ‘ruling class’ that is taking over government at every level.

The world’s latter day Munich.

The world’s latter day Munich.

posted on: Mar 5, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser

Take Iran at its word that it will then seek to annihilate Israel. Take Benjamin Netanyahu at his word when he says, “never again.”

Rich liberals on wage inequality.

Rich liberals on wage inequality.

posted on: Feb 24, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser

The wage inequality fight is yet another leftover from the 1960s -- a time for which liberals have a very special nostalgia.

Fed regulation of the Internet? Remember the Bell System?

Fed regulation of the Internet? Remember the Bell System?

posted on: Feb 19, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser

Access to the Internet has happened pretty much without the "help" of the federal government. Connection speeds keep going up while costs keep coming down.

Moynihan had it right.

Moynihan had it right.

posted on: Feb 12, 2015 | author: Paul Gleiser

Since 1965, the United States has spent approximately $17 trillion on anti-poverty programs – an amount almost identical to the balance on the national debt. Yet poverty rates remain essentially unchanged.

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