1. Wayne Allyn Root: The Two Magic Words that Can Turn Around the U.S. Economy

2. Dave Bego: Political Aspirations & Payback Ahead of American Jobs

3. Joseph Klein: New Pew Poll Undercuts Left’s “Islamophobia” Card

 

 

The Two Magic Words that Can Turn Around the U.S. Economy

By Wayne Allyn Root

 

President Obama will be giving the most important speech of his presidency tonight – a speech built, supposedly, around creating jobs and economic recovery. You want an economic recovery? You want jobs? Two magic words are needed to change the course of history – two words that can change the future for millions of desperate unemployed Americans. These two words can transform a depression into a boom. These two words will motivate and inspire every business owner in America to create jobs. These two words will free the U.S. economy from the current doom, despair, debt, depression, misery and malaise. Only two words need to be uttered by President Obama:  “I resign.” Imagine an Obama-Free America. [more...]

 

 

Political Aspirations & Payback Ahead of American Jobs

By Dave Bego

 

President Obama will unveil his jobs bill tonight on national television. With unemployment hovering around 9% for the last two years, it begs the question, “Mr. President, what has taken you so long?” The reality is that the President does not need a jobs bill nor does he want true recovery! If he were sincere, he would get out of the way and rescind the overburdening regulatory state he has created. Unfortunately, he has no intention of doing so, as this would interfere with political paybacks to big labor, thereby hindering his 2012 re-election chances, as well as his desire to press his socialistic agenda.  [more...]

 

 

New Pew Poll Undercuts Left’s “Islamophobia” Card

By Joseph Klein

 

The Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and its groupies on the Left, such as the Center for American Progress (CAP), the ACLU, and the University of California, Berkeley’s Center for Race and Gender, have spun out a series of patently absurd conspiracy theories employing the “Islamophobia” canard, which are designed to intimidate critics of Islamic extremism into silence. The latest example of this vitriolic attack campaign is a CAP report titled “Fear, Inc.: The Roots of the Islamophobia Network in America.” [more...]

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