Tag: Cheney

The Iran Fantasy

If you are tired of hearing about Iran and the “deal” now being negotiated with that terrorist nation, I apologize up front. You may now go to another website and revel in recipes, entertainment news, or other such essential topics for your day. Staving off a nuclear attack on America is obviously not something you want to think about. Don’t let it bother you; go ahead and concentrate on what’s really important. For the rest of you, let’s have some… Read more »

Reagan Symposium

Yesterday was Ronald Reagan’s 100th birthday celebration. Yes, he wasn’t here to participate in the remembrance, but I believe he was watching. A major event took place at his presidential library and both Sarah Palin and Dick Cheney spoke at the Young America’s Foundation [YAF] building in Santa Barbara. The YAF owns the Reagan Ranch.  I couldn’t be at either of those events, but I did attend a fine Reagan Symposium at Regent University in Virginia Beach. This is an annual event that… Read more »

The Obama Perspective

Earlier this week, I commented on President Obama’s unique insight that people who are scared don’t think too well. At the time, I didn’t link that gem with his utter disdain for the American electorate, but the electorate might return the disdain just over a week from now: The president has also gone on the attack again. He’s had a bevy of “evil” entities he’s referenced in his short tenure: Rush Limbaugh, Fox News, Dick Cheney, George W. Bush [always… Read more »