Listen: Democratic operative says ‘War on Women’ rhetoric left women feeling manipulated

WASHINGTON, D.C., November 24, 2014 (TheRightsWriter.com) – The Democrats' “war on women” theme was so transparently over-the-top that it made “women feel manipulated by a man.” The assessment that the ubiquitous meme seemed exploitative comes, not from James Dobson or Gary Bauer, but from Bill Curry, a two-time Democratic candidate for governor of Connecticut and a former domestic adviser to … [Read more...]

Nader: Obama Bullied Democrats Not To Run Against Him In 2012 Primaries

Ralph Nader said the Obama administration “jumped like a cat” to crush anyone who threatened to run against their boss for the Democratic Party presidential nomination in 2012. “The retaliation is incredible,”he said. Last April, the consumer advocate and four-time presidential candidate vowed to organize a slate of 2012 Democratic primary challengers against Barack Obama. Nader hoped as many … [Read more...]

Washington Times Columnist to Obama: Resign!

The pages of The Washington Times today reflect the nation's disenchantment with Barack Obama's presidency. The op-ed section contains an article by Jeffrey T. Kuhner, president of the Edmund Burke Institute for American Renewal, entitled, "Don't Go on Vacation -- Just GO." Last September, Kuhner called for Obama's impeachment. This year, he's taken a new tack: Telling Obama to quit: Mr. … [Read more...]

Wrong Boehner; Obama is Breaking the Law Right Now

by Ben Johnson Only in the liberal media can a weak entreaty to obey the law be considered an act of political warfare. The media have portrayed House Speaker John Boehner’s letter to Barack Obama, merely asking the president for another legal explanation for his war-by-decree in Libya, as “ratcheting up the pressure.” The New York Times correctly noted, “it is not clear if [Boehner’s … [Read more...]

RINOs Plan a Third Party

Stung by a surging Tea Party movement, liberal Republicans and Democrats associated with Hillary Clinton are privately planning to form a “centrist” third party in time for the 2012 election. Political insiders believe if Barack Obama remains unpopular next year and the Republican nominee believes in small government conservatism, an independent run may be their best bet to keep the presidency, … [Read more...]

Soros Care

A rising chorus of discontent – more a citizens uprising – shows Middle America’s deep suspicion of President Obama’s health care reform proposal. Average citizens have voiced their disapproval at townhall meetings hosted by Sen. Arlen Specter and HHS Director Kathleen Sebelius, Rep. Lloyd Doggett, Rep. Tim Bishop, and staffers of Sen. Claire McCaskill. In a burst of passion-envy, Chris Matthews … [Read more...]

Obama’s Greenbacks from Code Pink

IF THE MEDIA WERE COMPETENT, THE NAME JODIE EVANS would be as well-known as Jeremiah Wright. According to Ralph Nader’s Public Citizen, Evans has bundled “at least $50,000” in donations for Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign. “Bundling” is a process in which people turn over a large number of “individual” political contributions as a group, in the hope of exerting greater influence if their candidate … [Read more...]

“Charitable” Foundations: ATMs for the Left

One of the unlamented developments of this election year is the Democratic Party’s retreat to the Left. Although the media claim the party's voters have learned their lesson by settling for the “electable” John F. Kerry, a cursory examination of the Democrats shows they remain animated by anti-Bush furor. The party rank-and-file may have decided they prefer the sing-song cadences of John … [Read more...]