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WILLIAMS: No Obama coattails for 2010

Despite the White House's wailings to the contrary, 2010 is becoming less and less about random musings such as “incumbent fatigue” or “blind frustration.” Published May 24, 2010

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WILLIAMS: No Obama coattails for 2010

Despite the White House's wailings to the contrary, 2010 is becoming less and less about random musings such as “incumbent fatigue” or “blind frustration.” Published May 23, 2010

WILLIAMS: Showdown at Gucci Gulch, Part 2

This story is shaping up to be another showdown at Gucci Gulch, with new players and even more money. Only this time, the president will get his way, but truth and justice will not prevail. Published May 10, 2010

WILLIAMS: Time for valuing role of a president

Readers of this column know too well my concerns and reservations with regard to current administration's policy. While reflecting on Poland's recent tragic and devastating loss of their president and top military brass, it certainly forced me to think deeper about what our president is facing abroad. Poland's president was an important ally of our nation. Published April 19, 2010

WILLIAMS: GOP's Steele too big to fail?

Look no further, political junkies, I've finally figured out why Michael S. Steele isn't even close to leaving his post as party chairman. Published April 12, 2010

WILLIAMS: Obama's capital gain hypocrisy

It was eerily awkward to hear President Obama's promise at the State of the Union address earlier this year to eliminate all capital gains taxes on investment in small business. Published April 5, 2010

WILLIAMS: Showdown over health reform

Now that Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. has dispensed with colorful metaphors, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has removed her perma-smile, bureaucrats in Washington are busily preparing the necessary channels to begin communicating details of the massive bill to the states. And so a new chapter begins in this epic saga, but one President Obama and his team will not want to read. Published March 29, 2010

WILLIAMS: Genuine economic stimulus

Government policy does not have to sap America's economy. There are relatively simple policies that, if implemented, can strengthen America's economy over time. Published March 22, 2010

WILLIAMS: Heroes will emerge

Heroes can and will emerge from the most unsuspecting places and make crucial decisions that can reverberate around the world. Published March 15, 2010

WILLIAMS: Toyota's deadly secret

Many of us are just too personally familiar with the crisis Toyota now faces as a result of its clandestine relationship with our government that has seriously jeopardized or killed countless Americans on our highways. Published March 1, 2010

WILLIAMS: Forget the girls -- government's gone wild

If any chief executive officer in the United States of America presented his board with a budget that was one-third unfunded, he would be fired and tossed out of the boardroom immediately. Published February 14, 2010

WILLIAMS: Old-guard feminists sound off over Super Bowl ad

Do you hear that sound? It's the thunderous clap of women's reproductive rights collapsing on itself. Or so some women's groups would have you think, given their outrage over CBS' decision to air the Super Bowl ad from the evangelical organization Focus on the Family. Published February 8, 2010