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America: Burn, Baby, Burn?

May 16, 2010

So says Demosthenes at the American Thinker.  In the latest piece reflecting a plethora of “pessimism porn” out there, Demosthenes seems to infer that current trends, our own history and today’s reality in this current economic crisis can only lead to collapse here in America:  to quote the article’s title, “Let It Burn,” because from [...]

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The Problem with the “PIIGS”

February 15, 2010

If you haven’t heard about the acronym “PIIGS” yet, I’ll let you in on it:  PIIGS stands for Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain — countries in the European Union on the verge of economic collapse.  Of the five nations in trouble, Greece is the closest to collapse and the youth in the streets have [...]

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Commemorating a Historic Day, and Obama’s Lack of Respect For It

November 10, 2009

When President Reagan issued the challenge “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” on June 10, 1987, no one thought the Berlin Wall would fall anytime in the near future.  Yet just a day short of two years and five months later, the wall was torn down.  Yesterday marked the 20th anniversary of the fall of [...]

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It’s Too Late for Obamanomics

March 30, 2009

The Chinese, the Czechs, the French and the Germans all have a similar thing to say:  You, America, are not going to take us down a road we know very well now that large segments of our populations have tasted the middle class and want to keep it.  It is very embarrassing to be even [...]

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Heil Obama!

July 24, 2008

As we know, Our Savior Barack Obama will be giving a much anticipated campaign speech today at 7pm local time in Berlin, Germany.  Not only will the locals be flipping a $786,000 tab for the non-President’s visit (how nice of him to let the Germans pay for his campaign bills), Hot Air picked up that the campaign’s chosen site [...]

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