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1. Kyle Olson: Teachers Unions Routinely Blocked Efforts to Save Money for Students

2. Doug Johnson: Obamacare is Costing Far More Than the President Promised and it Won’t Get Much Better if Romney is Elected

3. Joseph Klein: The Crisis in Syria… What Now?

4. Tony Katz: Democrats Change American Flag to Show Obama’s Image

Teachers Unions Routinely Blocked Efforts to Save Money for Students

By Kyle Olson

Wisconsin’s teachers unions have complained bitterly about the partial loss of their collective bargaining privileges, but never told the people of Wisconsin how they routinely abused those privileges, to the detriment of local schools and their students. A new report from EAG, “The Bad Old Days of Collective Bargaining: Why Act 10 Was Necessary for Wisconsin Public Schools,” is designed to tell the rest of the story. [more...]

Obamacare is Costing Far More Than the President Promised and it Won’t Get Much Better if Romney is Elected

By Doug Johnson

Mitt Romney is not the solution to the Obamacare fiasco, let alone the other problems we have. We should have rejected Obama’s estimates in the beginning and now we should reject Romney’s claims that he’ll repeal it. The CBO report should not surprise us. The government never meets its estimated costs. We should learn to be more skeptical. But what is worse than Obama’s false cost promise is Romney’s false promise that he’ll repeal Obamacare when that is not his plan. [more...]

The Crisis in Syria… What Now?

By Joseph Klein

The United Nations Security Council held another inconclusive Middle East debate on March 12th, focusing largely on the continuing massacres in Syria. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton participated, along with her counterparts from Russia, France, the United Kingdom and other members of the Security Council. Clinton called on Russia and China to support a Security Council resolution that placed the blame for the violence squarely on the shoulders of the Assad regime. She insisted that, as between the government and the opposition, Syrian President Assad’s forces must stop the firing first. [more...]

Democrats Change American Flag to Show Obama’s Image

By Tony Katz

A group of Veterans in Lake County, Florida have shown their disgust for the county Democrats who have desecrated the American flag by putting up a mock flag that has President Obama’s face where the fifty stars belong. The veterans went to the offices and demanded the flag be taken down. At first, Lake County Democrat Party Chairwoman Nancy Hulbert declined to take it down, letting the veterans know that if they touch the flag she’ll call the police. Ten minutes later, she came out with a pair of scissors, and took the flag down, noting that she had looked online to figure out if the flag was against the U.S. Flag Code. [more...]

1. Will McAndrew: Why You Should Support the Keystone Pipeline

2. Doug Johnson: Why Mitt Romney Should Drop Out of the Race

3. Christopher Markowski: U.S. Corporate Taxes Need to Go to Zero

4. Joseph Klein: The Real War on Women: Baby Girls in Peril

5. Tony Katz: Gingrich Dangles Perry to Get Tea Party Vote

 

 

Why You Should Support the Keystone Pipeline

By Will McAndrew

 

This one should just be a no-brainer.  We have a project that will create more than $20 billion in new spending for the U.S. economy.  It will increase the personal income of Americans some $6.5 billion, along with increasing gross output (product) another $9.6 billion.  This project will create more than $585 million in new revenue for states and will create 13,000 union jobs.  Even better, this energy pipeline is fully paid for by private dollars, meaning no government financing. Yet President Obama and his administration has lobbied against the Keystone XL pipeline which would jumpstart a struggling U.S. economy.  The administration has used excuses that doesn’t make sense to justify their opposition to this program.  First it was the environmental concerns.  When those were proven to be manageable, then the administration pointed to the pipeline route through Nebraska which had not received all of the regulatory approvals. [more...]

 

 

Why Mitt Romney Should Drop Out of the Race

By Doug Johnson

 

Mitt Romney may currently have more delegates than the other candidates, but if he truly cares about America he will drop out of the race and get out of the way for a candidate who has a chance to win over Obama. Romney has not been able to get a strong win in virtually any state, red or blue; winning for him is primarily in blue states and then only when he spends huge sums on attack ads.  This bodes poorly for him against Obama if he becomes the nominee.  If he really wants to see America saved from imminent collapse and see it turned around, he would drop out of the race and leave it for a more effective candidate to take the nomination. [more...]

 

 

U.S. Corporate Taxes Need to Go to Zero

By Christopher Markowski

 

On April 1, our ally Japan is playing a cruel little April Fools’ Day joke on us: The country is lowering its corporate tax rate from 39.5% to 35%. This will give the United States the dubious and awkward distinction of having, at 39.2%, the highest integrated federal/state tax rate among the developed countries of the world. In the world of politics, where nothing is without nuance and message, I wonder what our friends in Japan are trying to tell us? [more...]

 

 

The Real War on Women: Baby Girls in Peril

By Joseph Klein

 

Never mind the phony “war on women” contraception controversy concocted by the Left to help get President Obama re-elected. There is a real gender war being launched against females around the world, as documented in a provocative article titled “The Global War Against Baby Girls” by Nicholas Eberstadt of the American Enterprise Institute. Specifically, Mr. Eberstadt, a political economist and a demographer, is referring to the practice of “sex-selective feticide, implemented through the practice of surgical abortion with the assistance of information gained through prenatal gender determination technology.” [more...]

 

 

Gingrich Dangles Perry to Get Tea Party Vote

By Tony Katz

 

Newt Gingrich is floating a new strategy – tempt Tea Party voters with Gov. Rick Perry and a Gingrich/Perry ticket. It may just change the course of the election. Fox News is reporting that Gingrich and Perry might announce their ticket before the RNC convention in order to appeal to Tea Party and conservative voters, thereby capturing enough delegates to ensure that no nominee is chosen prior to the August GOP convention. A convention without a pre-determined nominee is far different from a brokered convention, in which other players could get in on the action. [more...]

1. Kyle Olson: NY Teachers Harass Student Regarding Her Views on Education

2. Joseph Klein: Obama’s Secret Weapon on Iran: A Charm Offensive

3. Doug Johnson: The Establishment Republicans are Deaf, so Let’s Imagine it’s 2008

4. James Hirsen: ‘Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax’ Provides Box-office Boost for Hollywood

 

 

NY Teachers Harass Student Regarding Her Views on Education

By Kyle Olson

 

After reading the autobiography of former slave Frederick Douglass as part of a district-wide reading initiative, Williams saw parallels between the slaves in the 1800s and students of today who are trapped inside failing, ineffective schools. Williams, an eighth-grader, noted how slave masters used illiteracy and ignorance to keep slaves oppressed. She argued that illiteracy is a major problem in the Rochester City School District, and blamed chaotic classrooms and indifferent teachers for undermining student learning. [more...]

 

 

Obama’s Secret Weapon on Iran: A Charm Offensive

By Joseph Klein

 

President Obama is leading from behind once again. He has decided to participate in a new round of unconditional negotiations with Iran. He still remains under the illusion that, under the pressure of the very late in the day sanctions, Iran just needs a little more time to come to its senses at the bargaining table. The European Union’s foreign-policy chief, Catherine Ashton, issued a statement on behalf of China, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom and the U.S. accepting Iran’s invitation to resume talks on what Iran vaguely referred to as “various nuclear issues.” [more...]

 

 

The Establishment Republicans are Deaf, so Let’s Imagine it’s 2008

By Doug Johnson

 

Imagine that it’s the 2008 primary season and Barack Obama was running for the nomination.  Imagine that he was having trouble winning his primary races by any significant margins in most states.  Just think what it would be like if he had to spend three, five, even ten times as much as his challengers just to win each primary race.  Add to that that he used the vast monies he spent to primarily run vicious attack ads against his competitors and not talk about substance.  And add to that that when he wins, he only wins by slim margins.  And let’s also imagine that he just can’t get the core progressive base of the Democrat Party to embrace his candidacy.  What would his chances be in the general election?  What chance would he have to really hit his competitors so hard that it would give him an automatic chain of victories and set up momentum that could roll him all the way into the White House? If all that had happened to him in 2008, we would probably not see him as the incumbent right now. [more...]

 

 

‘Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax’ Provides Box-office Boost for Hollywood

By James Hirsen

 

Family films are keeping Hollywood fiscally sound as has been underscored by this weekend’s release, “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax,” which not only placed #1 at the box-office but also came in as the biggest opening of the year thus far. According to studio estimates, the environmentally themed film took in $70.7 million. The success of the Seuss movie overshadowed the debut of the raunchy R-rated “Project X,” which attracted only $20.8 million in ticket sales. Rated PG for some mild language, the 3-D animated “Lorax” exceeded industry expectations, which is pumping up Hollywood with some entertainment industry optimism for 2012. [more...]

1. John LeBoutillier on Campaign Confidential Tonight

2. Dave Bego: Rogue NLRB Derailed?

3. Joseph Klein: Obama at AIPAC: Throwing Dust in the Eyes

4. Doug Johnson: Have Politicians Who Support Mitt Romney Sold Out the Conservative Cause?

5. Christopher Markowski: Super Aftermath

 

 

Watch SUPER TUESDAY coverage tonight with the CAMPAIGN CONFIDENTIAL team of Pat Caddell, Doug Schoen and John LeBoutillier – along with many other guests – as they analyze the results LIVE from the eleven states that hold primaries and caucuses. Log on to: http://live.foxnews.com - 7:45 – 11:00pm ET tonight.

 

 

Rogue NLRB Derailed?

By Dave Bego

 

Obama’s Rogue NLRB, driven by Chairperson Mark Pearce, has encountered serious roadblocks the past several weeks in its continued attempt to achieve EFCA through the backdoor. Obama and the Big Labor bosses attempted end run around Congress entails creation of new regulations such as the “Posting Rule” requiring employers to post notices of employee rights under the NLRA in the workplace, and “Quickie” Elections, substantially reducing the timeframe during which elections are conducted for the purpose of eliminating the employer’s ability to educate its workforce. These regulations would assist Big Labor in prosecuting corporate campaigns, which are no more than an onerous attempt to force employers to sign a neutrality agreement (which implements card check provisions) and bypass secret ballot elections for employees. [more...]

 

 

Obama at AIPAC: Throwing Dust in the Eyes

By Joseph Klein

 

President Obama took the stage on Sunday morning March 4th at the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference to deliver proof of his unwavering support for Israel. He declared to AIPAC’s fervent pro-Israel audience that his commitment to Israel’s security has been unprecedented. “When the chips are down, I have Israel’s back,” he said. But the president’s assurances ring hollow with those familiar with the actual historical record of the administration’s treatment of the Jewish State – a record amply outlined by David Horowitz and Jacob Laksin in the Freedom Center’s pamphlet, “Obama and the War Against the Jews.” The president’s latest twisted representation of his “pro-Israel” administration, therefore, is in need of untwisting. [more...]

 

 

Have Politicians Who Support Mitt Romney Sold Out the Conservative Cause?

By Doug Johnson

 

Romney is no conservative and you’re fooling yourself if you think he is.  Those politicians who are supporting him need to be held accountable and we should be wary of them because of their lack of sound judgment. Quite a number of politicians are supporting Mitt Romney.  Some are obvious moderate Republicans (i.e., John McCain, George H.W. Bush, Bob Dole) and should not be considered credible by voters when it comes to conservatism.  But some have even been conservative favorites.  Politicians such as Jan Brewer, Nikki Haley, and Eric Cantor have fallen for the fallacy that is Romney’s candidacy.  Their support for Mr. Romney is giving some voters pause and making them wonder if they should support these candidates any longer.  The answer might very well be NO. [more...]

 

 

Super Aftermath

By Christopher Markowski

 

Endorsements, polls, favorites and not so favorites… Keep your seatbelts on! It’s been a long campaign and no one knows exactly when it is going to end. This Super Tuesday, the race for the nominee may not end but will surely give us an idea of the feeling approaching the deciding line. Christopher Markowski will discuss the results, the new dynamics, and analyze the capacity of each candidate’s plan for the economy.

1. Wayne Allyn Root: Government Employees – The True 1%

2. James Hirsen: ABC’s GCB Series is Unoriginal and Offensive

3. Joseph Klein: Obama at AIPAC: Throwing Dust in the Eyes

4. Christopher Markowski: ‘Fair Taxes’ Actually Are Unfair to All

 

 

Government Employees – The True 1%

By Wayne Allyn Root

 

How did America become broke and insolvent? How did we build up an unimaginable $115 trillion in debt and unfunded liabilities? How did we allow the American Dream to become a nightmare? All we need to do is look at the primary demand the Eurozone and IMF are placing on hopelessly bankrupt Greece to get their new $170 Billion bailout: Greece has agreed to cut 150,000 government employees. Even Cuba’s leader Raul Castro recognizes government employees are at the root of economic destruction, as he is cutting over 2 million of them to save Cuba from bankruptcy. The truth is that government employees are the true 1%. We have far too many of them (21 million), they are paid too much, and their union demands are straining taxpayers to the breaking point. [more...]

 

 

ABC’s GCB Series is Unoriginal and Offensive

By James Hirsen

 

“GCB,” ABC’s new television offering, demonstrates that when it comes to ridiculing faith, Christianity is Hollywood’s religion of choice. The GCB acronym stands for Good Christian B***hes, stemming from the Kim Gatlin book upon which the series is based. Following the initial announcement of the show, the network took pains to homogenize the title by reducing it to an abbreviation. The show’s name, however, is not the biggest problem with the series. The Christian mockery is and the belittling occurs in a way that no network would consider doing to any other faith. [more...]

 

 

Obama at AIPAC: Throwing Dust in the Eyes

By Joseph Klein

 

President Obama took the stage on Sunday morning March 4th at the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference to deliver proof of his unwavering support for Israel. He declared to AIPAC’s fervent pro-Israel audience that his commitment to Israel’s security has been unprecedented. “When the chips are down, I have Israel’s back,” he said. But the president’s assurances ring hollow with those familiar with the actual historical record of the administration’s treatment of the Jewish State – a record amply outlined by David Horowitz and Jacob Laksin in the Freedom Center’s pamphlet, “Obama and the War Against the Jews.” The president’s latest twisted representation of his “pro-Israel” administration, therefore, is in need of untwisting. [more...]

 

 

‘Fair Taxes’ Actually Are Unfair to All

By Christopher Markowski

 

The presidential election is grinding away on a single issue: What constitutes a fair tax burden for the support of our great country and way of life. The Democrats say the wealthy should pay more. To wit, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner’s comment that the most fortunate should pay more for the privilege of being an American. Predictably, the Republicans say this is tantamount to wringing the neck of the Golden Goose. The conflict has an ugly veneer, fresh off the Occupy Wall Street movement where the 99% were pitted against the 1%. “Tax fairness” is all about giving the government more that it can get away with. That’s why it’s unfair to all, because in the long run, it hurts us all.  [more...]

Why Would We Think a Candidate Who Acts Like Barack Obama Could Beat Barack Obama?

By Doug Johnson

 

When Rick Santorum recently decided to use the open primary in Michigan to get an advantage in the primary race, it unsettled Mitt Romney.  Santorum chose to have robocalls made with a message to Democrats in the state asking them to vote for him in the Republican primary.  Romney reacted bitterly, whining that it was dirty politics.  How does telling Democrats that he’s a conservative, pointing out the truth about Romney’s position on the auto bailout, and asking them to vote for him make Santorum one who is playing politics?  It smacks more of childish pouting on the part of Romney.  But then again, this shouldn’t be a surprise; Romney often acts childish when things don’t go his way.  It’s much the same as how President Obama acts when he doesn’t get what he wants. [more...]

 

 

On the Death of Andrew Breitbart

By Tony Katz

 

I was awoken today with the news that Andrew Breitbart had died. I was not close friends with Andrew, but we did speak when we saw each other, and, certainly, my respect for him was boundless.

 

I had the pleasure of speaking on stage with him in Madison, WI on Tax Day 2011, and again in Washington, D.C. at the Defending the Dream Summit in November. It never dawned on me that the experience of seeing him before going on stage would be the limit.

 

As a society, we are better off because of Andrew and his work at Big Hollywood, Big Government, Big Journalism, and Big Peace. As a society, we are better off not just because of the stories he broke, but how they were delivered – the clear contrast between today’s journalist and a real journalist.
 

We are also better off because Andrew is the reminder of how to fight. On this, Andrew and I shared the same belief: never accept the premise of their question, or their statement. If and when you are told a lie, confront the lie. His life is a primer for those who will come next, to continue the fight for Truth, Justice and the American Way. [more...]

1. Wayne Allyn Root: A Message for Kim Kardashian

2. Dave Bego: Front Row at the Arizona Debates

3. Tony Katz: Let the Democrats Vote For Santorum

 

 

A Message for Kim Kardashian

By Wayne Allyn Root

 

You’re being savaged in the California media by mean-spirited, politically correct, small-minded, jealous, envious California liberals who hate your moxie, hate your ambition, hate your success.  They seem to believe you should be targeted and punished for having the nerve to become wealthy and successful.  They’re jealous of the business empire you built.  They think your success should be their success, your money should be their money.  They think you owe them something for all your hard work, creativity and vision.  Well, here in Nevada we couldn’t disagree more.  You don’t owe us a thing.  We’re not jealous of your success in Nevada.  We’ll never complain about how little in taxes you pay, because in Nevada, our tax rate is zero. [more...]

 

 

Front Row at the Arizona Debates

By Dave Bego

 

The prevailing sentiment among attendees of the nationally televised CNN Republican Presidential Debate this past Wednesday in Mesa, Arizona was that each of the candidates lacked that special something. If only you could combine Paul’s perseverance, Gingrich’s nimble wit and debating skills, Santorum’s charisma and Romney’s composure, Presidential stature and business acumen and experience, we would have the perfect candidate who could defeat Obama in November.  Many attendees also noted that the raucous attacks by the candidates towards each other are detrimental to the Republican primary and its chances to produce a candidate that can win in the fall. However, I feel that this is all going to prepare them for the long road ahead. As we know from the last election, President Obama will conduct a scorched earth campaign and it is imperative that the Republican nominee be prepared to weather the fire. [more...]

 

 

Let the Democrats Vote For Santorum

By Tony Katz

 

The biggest lie ever told is that there is something more important than winning in politics. For the rest of us, the concepts of valor, honesty and morals have clear-cut lines and distinctions. Certainly, on a governing level, they do for the Presidential candidates as well. But first, you have to win. That’s what Rick Santorum is trying to do, and that feigned outrage of Mitt Romney and Co. is just laughable. They’re not offended… they’re scared. [more...]

1. John LeBoutillier: Is the “Game Over” Tonight?

2. Doug Johnson: Why Gingrich Needs Another Look

3. Al Fadi: The Dilemma of Afghan Riots over Qur’an Burning

4. Tony Katz: Happy Birthday Tea Party!

5. Christopher Markowski: Oil Speculators Cash In on Washington’s Lapse

6. James Hirsen: ‘Act of Valor’ Confounds Hollywood

 

 

Is the “Game Over” Tonight?

By John LeBoutillier

 

When Rupert Murdoch, the Chairman of the Board on News Corp., the parent of Fox News Channel, tweeted his support for Rick Santorum a couple of weeks ago, he wrote of the stakes for Santorum in today’s crucial Michigan primary: “Win Michigan, game over.” That view has focused the political world on today’s contest in Michigan. Let us look ahead and examine where the GOP race goes after today… [more...]

 

 

Why Gingrich Needs Another Look

By Doug Johnson

 

According to Reagan economists and a Senior Economic Writer for the Wall Street Journal, Newt Gingrich’s economic plan will provide more growth for the U.S. economy than other candidates.  With that information, voters would be crazy not to rethink Gingrich as the nominee. Stephen Moore, Senior Economic Writer for the Wall Street Journal is reporting that former Reagan economists Peter Ferrara and Gary Robbins say that Gingrich’s policies would balance the budget within the first term of his presidency.  His economic plan will create six million jobs in two years.  With the U.S. economy worse than any since the Great Depression and real unemployment numbers showing 23% unemployed, America needs a fixed economy and we need it FAST. [more...]

 

 

The Dilemma of Afghan Riots over Qur’an Burning

By Al Fadi

 

I’d like to ask the protestors and the Afghani government: Who will apologize to the families of those who were killed as a result of these riots? Was it worth it to commit such crimes? Is desecrating an innocent human life the best way Islam can offer to preserve the honor of the Qur’an, the supposed book of PEACE? Without a doubt, it is confusing to hear of the ongoing riots by Afghani Muslims over a book that contains a multitude of contradicting facts and tangible dilemmas worthy of examination, yet at the same time, we do not hear of any moderate Muslims being outraged or outspoken against such imagery that can only enforce the notion that Islam is NOT a religion of PEACE but rather of VIOLENCE. [more...]

 

 

Happy Birthday Tea Party!

By Tony Katz

 

I am one of the original Tea Party activists and listed as one of 97 Founding Fathers of the Tea Party. I can provide Tea Party insight in this crucial election season:

  • Is the Tea Party still viable?
  • Who is the Tea Party candidate?
  • What are the races that the Tea Party is focused on most?
  • What is next for the Tea Party?

 I’ve got the straight scoop on the Tea Party – what’s gone right, what’s gone wrong, where are the opportunities and who is bad for the growing movement. [more...]

 

 

Oil Speculators Cash In on Washington’s Lapse

By Christopher Markowski

 

In 2008, then candidate Obama said gas prices were exorbitant because of failed policies. This week he said they were high because of increasing global demand combined with pockets of unrest. I’m not going to dignify either contention with a reasoned response. Here’s the point to keep in mind: Neither the administration nor the Congress wants clarity on energy prices. The reason for this is simple. They are too indebted to the financial services industry that is capitalizing on the confusion to do anything about it. [more...]

 

 

‘Act of Valor’ Confounds Hollywood

By James Hirsen

 

While Hollywood prepared to honor its own with Oscars, America was letting the entertainment industry know what kind of film fare moviegoers really want to see. An independently financed, low-budget, pro-military movie took the number one spot on the box-office chart, beating expectations with an estimated $24.7 million in ticket sales. “Act of Valor” is the title of the film, but the phrase could also be used to describe the efforts taken to produce it. [more...]

1. Richard Bernstein: Health Insurance Companies Question Obama Contraception Compromise

2. Dave Bego: Proving the SEIU Wrong Again

3. Christopher Markowski: We Are All Greeks

4. James Hirsen: Stephen Colbert Slams President Obama for Super PAC Flip Flop

 

 

Health Insurance Companies Question Obama Contraception Compromise

By Richard Bernstein

 

Obama recently announced a major policy shift in an attempt to quell some of the controversy surrounding his decision to have religious institutions, such as Catholic hospitals and universities, provide mandatory contraception coverage, which goes against their religious beliefs. Instead of enacting a logical policy whereby all people who wanted contraception would be free to purchase it themselves, the President thought that it would be a better idea if insurance companies pay for the contraception and not the religious institution itself. Giving out free medication, in this case birth control, to religious institution employees is a popular gimmick for politicians in an election year but there are major questions about how this policy will be implemented. [more...]

 

 

Proving the SEIU Wrong Again

By Dave Bego

 

Recently, my company, Executive Management Services (EMS) went through an extensive assessment with ISSA, one of the top cleaning industry associations in the world. They review all aspects of an organization from quality control and service delivery to health and safety and management commitment. I am proud to announce that EMS passed this assessment with honors and is one of the less than 1% of over 80,000 contract cleaning companies who have received the certification. This certification is pure justification after years of false accusations from the Service Employee International Union (SEIU) that our company has below standard practices and treats its employees unfairly. Not only does this prove their accusations to be false, but also shows that EMS is one of few out of thousands of cleaning contractors who are doing the right thing. [more...]

 

 

We Are All Greeks

By Christopher Markowski

 

When I see the protesters rioting in the streets of Athens in response to austerity measures, it always makes me scratch my head and wonder. I think, “What are you protesting about? You’re broke.” At the same time, I’m equally perplexed by the lack of protesting here in the U.S. After all, we still have a chance to do something about the curious way in which we manage our finances, and the outcome this management delivers. As a first step, I highly recommend all voters (and, sadly, all future voters) check out the “budget” at www.whitehouse.gov/omb/budget. [more...]

 

 

Stephen Colbert Slams President Obama for Super PAC Flip Flop

By James Hirsen

 

After boasting that he is a super PAC “trendsetter,” Stephen Colbert targeted President Obama for his stunning flip flop on the subject of campaign finance. Colbert cited his own super PAC, “Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow,” as a forerunner in the campaign finance world. “Folks, now it seems like everybody’s riding my wallet-tails. At last count, more than 320 super PACs have registered with the FEC. It’s no surprise they’re copying me, folks, I have always been a trendsetter, ever since I single-handedly popularized the bell bottom crotch,” the Comedy Central host said. Colbert then launched into a satirical Obama rant for the president having done a “complete 180” on the use of super PACs. [more...]