Another taxpayer-backed solar company goes bankrupt. The shock factor has long worn off. Now it’s just expected — you know, it’s become part of the routine. This time it’s Solar Trust for America, which harvested $2.1 billion — “the largest amount ever offered to a solar project,” according to Steven Continue Reading →
Obama wants the American people to know — by way of news editors and the Supreme Court — that he’s a “centrist.” And Republicans are the “radicals.” It must be class-warfare taxation, intrusive EPA regulations, and his advocacy for socialized healthcare that makes him a centrist. I’m just speculating. “So, Continue Reading →
It’s nice to see a counterattack, particularly when Obama seemingly rails against the Supreme Court before it has even made it’s decision on ObamaCare, which will likely be given the axe. In ramping up the battle between the White House and Supreme Court, a federal court is calling Obama’s bluff Continue Reading →
Tornadoes sweeped across the Dallas, Texas area on Tuesday, demolishing homes, sending semi trucks flying, and flattening tractor trailers.
Obama has decided to censure Paul Ryan’s budget plan. Why? I’m not so sure. The plan will inevitably be axed in the Senate, yet the President is overwhelmed by some compulsion to offer his two cents. Maybe he’s just sore about his tumultuous budget plan that died in the House Continue Reading →