What can your city or town do to fight terrorism? The message of the Boston attack is that homegrown Islamic terrorists are determined to attack towns and cities outside of New York and Washington. Find out what your local government needs to do to stop terrorism from striking your town and your family.
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Please let us know how you feel about immigration reform legislation making its way through Congress. Take a minute to complete this poll. Answers are anonymous,
Listen to the air going out of the economy. It sounds like an air mattress deflating.
As ObamaCare comes closer to becoming reality, its drawbacks — or at the very least, its growing pains — alienate more and more of his erstwhile supporters. The president’s failure to pass a gun control bill was more than a legislative reversal: he lost in the court of public opinion. Despite his histrionics exploiting the Newtown, Conn., tragedy, he failed to move public opinion. In fact, polling suggests that it moved the other way — from a pro-gun-control consensus in the wake of the shootings to a pro-Second Amendment posture after more reflection. The Boston bombings cast a harsh light on his failure to keep us safe and his weird compromises with Islamic terrorism.
Listen to my radio show on WPHT 1210 AM Philadelphia on Monday at 4:05 PM to hear my interview with Richard Lertzman, the author of “Dr. Feelgood.”
The book details JFK’s relationship with Dr. Max Jacobson and his use of methamphetamines during the summit with Khrushchev, the debate with Nixon and throughout his presidency.
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I am not making this up. It is not an April Fool’s joke.
The Obama Administration is pushing a law allowing states to tax Internet sales. In addition to being a big tax hike, it opens the door to government taxation, oversight, regulation, and intrusion into the Internet. The bill should be defeated. Hands off the Internet!
Published on TheHill.com on April 23, 2013
So many of the unattractive parts of the personality and presidency of Barack Obama are evident in how he has handled the sequestration issue — and it’s worth looking at for what it tells us about our president and his administrative style.
Let’s start with his detachment from the business of government and administration. Confronted with a congressional mandate to cut about $40 billion in spending this year from a total non-defense discretionary budget of about $600 billion, he just ordered across-the-board reductions in proportion to the legislative totals.
Yesterday, on my new radio show (available via Live Audio Streaming at DickMorris.com every Mon-Fri from 2-6 PM and on WPHT 1210 AM Philadelphia), I interviewed author David Stockman about his new book — The Great Deformation. We discussed the likelihood of a major new economic crash, one that would eclipse all previous downturns.
Why would the Senate reject something as evident as the concept that we shouldn’t let maniacs, criminals, or those who have been named in orders of protection buy guns? Why would they vote to maintain the artificial distinction between guns sold in stores and those sold in shows when they are equally likely to kill or maim?