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Um, there's so much I could say, so many comparisons I could make. But I'm not going to go there.  Because he knows who has been naughty, and I don't want to get fishy flagged or end up on an #attackwatch list like Fuzzy. From a reader who...

"This is private property, you're not allowed to touch anything. I'll call the police." The veterans should apologize to this lady, because we are not worthy of an Obama flag. We have not done everything that has been asked of us: Barack Obama will require you to...

Interesting theory from Steve Kates at the Catallaxy Files ("Australia's leading libertarian and centre-right blog") that Obama does not want to run against Romney and that exciting the religious base in the Republican Party decreases Romney's chances. I'm not sure I agree with what amounts to a double-manipulation...

When MoDo is good, she's really good.  When she's bad, she's really bad. This is really good MoDo: Reagan didn’t socialize with the press. He spent his evenings with Nancy, watching TV with dinner trays. But he knew that to transcend, you can’t condescend. The portrait of the...

Brilliant.   Healer.  Reformer.  Magnanimous. Words routinely used to describe Barack Obama, all of which have no basis in history, as documented by Victor Davis Hanson: Barack Obama is a myth, our modern version of Pecos Bill or Paul Bunyan. What we were told is true, never had...

They love him so much but he doesn't love them back.  And it hurts. They know it is not healthy.  Some would call it abusive, a syndrome even.  They blame themselves; if only they had not talked back, if only ...

From Nile Gardiner at The Telegraph (h/t reader John): Instead of hope and change, the Obama presidency has delivered decline and despair on a scale not seen in America since the dying days of the Carter administration. Both at home and abroad, the United States is...

Victor Davis Hanson (h/t Instapundit) writes of those who were skeptical of Obama: The skeptics of 2008 proved prescient; those who demonized them should be embarrassed. I was a skeptic from Day 1: Obama may be a post-racial healer, or he may be someone who carefully uses race and false...

The homepage of Politico this morning resembled the now-infamous Esquire ode de love to Barack Obama. Obama as heir to the Martin Luther King, Jr. legacy, marching arm-in-arm with those who walked arm-in-arm with Dr. King: Except that the story was not quite at the cover indicated,...

This is the second time this week a reader has e-mailed me referencing one of my early blog posts, the first being “I still remember your ‘death to the Kulaks’ post from a while back!” Thanks to a reader from Seattle who e-mailed me last night...

So she writes another "Obama's not all he was cracked up to be" column, and everyone is ready to stick a fork in him because MoDo says he's done. Pahleeeese.  This is what MoDo does.  Two weeks after Republicans nominate someone for president, she'll write a...

of stories about Obama's demise about which I am skeptical. Fred Barnes of The Weekly Standard argues that the media lovefest for Obama has weakened Obama by making him lazy: As a rule, the press is the scourge of presidents. They’re expected to endure unending scrutiny, mistrust,...

James Taranto has a post The Great Deflation (via Instapundit) in which he writes that: Like a leaky balloon, Barack Obama keeps getting smaller. Taranto compares Obama's lofty rhetoric during the 2008 campaign, when he grandly proclaimed that "this was the moment when the rise of the...

Yes, the economy is the dominant political issue right now, particularly the unemployment and real unemployment numbers. Naturally, the economy has been the focus of various Republican primary campaigns, while issues like Obamacare and the direction of the country have become secondary. It may now be the economy, but it...

but not a "golden calf." Or am I misreading this? What means it, says you? Thanks to reader Linda who spotted this message Sunday in The Tennessean. ...

The Barack Obama we saw at the press conference earlier this week, the one who inspired the controversial comment by Mark Halperin, is the real Barack Obama. The Barack Obama of 2008 was a charade. It only serves our interest to draw out the real Barack Obama,...