It is astounding how quickly the stupidity over “religious freedom” laws became a rallying cry for both sides of the LGBT divide. What was even more surprising is the deer in the headlights reaction from governors and state legislators who should have known better than to try to pass laws that invoke religious freedom in a way guaranteed to create controversy.
When it comes to destroying America, conservatives tend to think that no one can top Obama. Now we have to wonder whether our demise will be hastened by simpleminded progressive recklessness or a hapless Republican majority. What happened to our first line of defense against Democratic idiocy?
Two days ago we heard an irresponsible man with too much power urge us to let the government do appallingly irresponsible things. Politicians come and go, but once their ideas become law and are made a part of government they have staying power.
When we need a government we can trust more than ever, why is Washington still sounding the cry for more jobs? Things have improved since the recession ravaged the job market. Jobs are coming back. What isn’t coming back is something we lost during the recession that has nothing to do with the economy.
Who was the biggest winner in Washington for 2014? There is only once choice. The winner is Barack Hussein Obama. No one else even came close. Our president hit home run after home run. Obama went his own way. When he wanted to do something he ignored what our Constitution, our laws, Congress, and even the people demanded.
Will GOP victories in November turn out to be a disaster for conservative Republicans suddenly faced with having to accomplish something? Party leaders are on the hook for undoing presidential actions that are proving spectacularly difficult, if not impossible to get rid of.
Phony, make nice talk and extending hands across a partisan divide too fractured to be crossed are not going to fix the mess Barack Obama has created. Years of inaction, waffling, and neglected policy decisions have done too much damage.
Two simple questions, two impossible policy decisions
Everyone is talking about a new start now that Congress has shifted to the right.