Once upon a time, I spent some quality time with Las Vegas icon Bill Bennett. For those new to Las Vegas, he was “arguably the most successful gaming executive of the 1960s and 1970s.”
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In the latest “the dog ate my homework” excuse for the incompetence of the White House comes this story in the New York Times.
The man from Nevada who has been wrong on virtually every foreign policy decision since he went to Washington is wrong again today when he opposes modest travel restrictions into the U.S. from Ebola ravaged West African countries.
President Barack Obama has already told Americans — twice — that the November mid-term elections are a referendum on his policies.
I don’t know whether it’s bad luck, over-confidence or, perhaps, we just don’t know enough about Ebola yet, but it sure looks like President Obama and the CDC need to re-evaluate their talking point to the American people about the dangers of Ebola spreading in the United States.
Somewhere within the faculty lounge environs otherwise known as the Obama White House, a starry-eyed Obamatron puts down his pumpkin spice latte and says: “Dude, with friends like old man Panetta, who needs enemies?”
It’s a year late and it must be shared with another, but it’s still cause for great celebration that Malala Yousafzai has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
It’s the little things that will get you — like, say, shaving the truth instead of telling the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
You can date yourself by which “Tonight Show” host you best remember.
“This land is your land, this land is my land” goes the freedom anthem of the last century written by Woody Guthrie.
When you seek the lesser qualified, you get the lesser qualified. That works against competent government and sometimes it can be very dangerous.
If you care about peace in the Middle East, the speech Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recently gave to the U.N. should be required reading. If you are an American and you voted for Barack Obama, please read it twice.
If you want to witness the unbelievable disconnect of this president from reality, look at the interview he did with “60 Minutes” on Sunday night.
Some 150 years ago, Christopher “Kit” Carson was the nation’s No. 1 Western pioneer hero. He helped blaze a trail through Nevada to the West Coast, receiving much gratitude from America’s government and her people.
The story out of Moore, OK, should scream at least one thing: It’s a good thing the boss was packing.
The Attorney General announced today that he intends to resign when a successor can be found to replace him. It won’t be hard to find a better AG.
The New York Times this morning describes President Barack Obama’s speech before the United Nations as “the once-reluctant warrior now apparently resolved to waging a twilight struggle against Islamic extremism.”
It will be interesting to see how Democratic Party leaders treat the news that the highly regarded senator from Hawaii, the late Daniel Inouye, was the dirty old man who sexually harassed Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.
You must ask yourself why three and half months have gone by and the Obama Administration has failed to make a determination on Bowe Bergdahl — is he a deserter or a POW?
I’ve always liked the saying that goes: “Lord, help me be the person my dog thinks I am.”
It is rare — and I’m talking “Harry Reid Says Something Smart” rare that I become separated from the likes of the thinkers at the Wall Street Journal and Forbes.
As the world turns in partisan politics, the party that clubs its opponents with the slogan “War on Women” may get a little taste of its own medicine.
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), Chairman of House Select Committee on Benghazi
When journalists use the word “bombshell” as it relates to a news story, they mean something has happened to radically alter the narrative of the story.
With apologies to the movie “Forrest Gump,” presidents are like a box of chocolates — you never know what you’re going to get.
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