'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Over $2 trillion will be poured into Obamacare over the next decade but even that won't be enough, so the government is going to private health care companies and even lobbyists with a begging bowl.
Barack Obama can relax and get to work on his hook shot and his putting. The presidential legacy he has fretted over is now clear, well established, safe and secure. The presidential historians can fire up their laptops and let the processing of words begin.
Dear Sgt. Shaft: We have been in combat with the VA for far too long now, since 1987. My wife was injured at boot camp in 1980 and did not receive proper care at that time. She was also the victim of Military Sexual Trauma (MST), which should expedite her claims, but has been ignored thus far.
Joe Klein's most recent narcissistic Time magazine column, "Obama's Second Chance," is nothing less than a propaganda-laden media victory lap celebrating the fact that Americans were deceived into re-electing the current president.
Has America gone soft? Seen our once formidable, can-do economic, cultural and geopolitical six-pack abs devolve into a can't-be-bothered muffin top of belt-buckle-busting, Snuggie-swaddled goo?
In "Demonic," Ann Coulter's thesis is that the Democratic Party "is the party of the mob." Plainly, this is a proposition that will evoke a visceral reaction. For her analytical framework, Ms. Coulter points to a series of criteria laid down more than a century ago by Frenchman Gustave Le Bon, in his book "The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind." And while she is seldom given to understatement, Ms. Coulter's conclusions are supported by extensive citation of the behavior she critiques.
"O: A Presidential Novel," written by Anonymous and published by Simon & Schuster — otherwise known as Simon & Sh-h-h-h — has journalists chafing to speculate on who or what is behind the cheeky fiction centered on the upcoming 2012 presidential election.
Time magazine's Joe Klein, a tireless cheerleader for Barack Obama and all his works, writes of "Obamacare Incompetence," and reckons the administration's inability to implement the bureaucratic monstrosity will have grave consequences beyond just health care.
"Previous presidents," writes Joe Klein in Time magazine, "including great ones like Roosevelt, have used the IRS against their enemies.