About those Iran sanctions, Mr. President

One of the major selling points about the Iranian nuclear framework agreement being touted by the President is that should, repeat should, the Iranians cheat on the agreement, sanctions could be reinstated against them.

Morning Wakeup Call for March 2, 2015: Harry Reid’s still in control; Feinstein’s an ostrich; Russia Bullies More than Ukraine; and more

Starting the day and the month with a new column, daily I hope :-), with news, articles and my Political Woman POV. Harry Reid still runs the Senate  We elected Republicans to the House and

Morning Coffee Break: John Kerry’s take on religion, more Trey, Rutgers cowardice, Benghazi continues

Notable and quotable as ever, John Kerry, never knows when it’s better to remain silent.  Trey Gowdy’s in the disparaging, name-calling spotlight.  Rutgers actions speak louder than words.  And Benghazi-gate continues its drip, drip,

Vlad the Impaler, Russian Style

Remember when shortly before he left on his August vacation, Barack Obama commented about Russian President Vladimir Putin, “he looks like the bored kid you’d find at the back of the classroom.”  Mr. Putin

A Vacuum of Leadership: the President’s un-Syriaous speech

I’ve had time to digest the President’s speech on the Syria crisis from yesterday evening.  Count me among those who think this was one of the strangest speeches to date, from anyone on any

Syria. One more link in Obama’s plan of decline for America

The week before President Obama’s first inauguration he said, “we are five days away from fundamentally transforming America.”  He was right.  Five years into his term of office, for Barack Obama Syria is the

They Stuck Us with Chuck

Eighteen spineless wonders in the Senate voted for cloture, ending debate over Hagel’s nomination.  Instead of a 60 vote requirement to end a filibuster,  the result was the need for only a simple majority of