Trickle-down Socialism

Originally published at AmericanDailyHerald.com...

Republican nominee Mitt Romney has coined the term “trickle-down government” for audiences, beginning with the first debate. The term aptly describes the Marxist-based logic of the liberal-left:  the notion that government must expand so as to impact more activities of everyday life—via programs, regulations, entitlements and mandates. Only then, so the logic goes, will all Americans enjoy a “level playing field.”

Leftists Mobilize Schoolchildren For Obama

Originally published at newswithviews.com...

On Tuesday, October 9, the day after Columbus Day, newspapers reported not one, but two, audacious initiatives: (1) an effort in Denver to have teachers embolden youngsters to actively pursue “social change” within the “dominant culture,” which can be taken for inciting insurrection, and (2) a voter-registration drive in Florida schools aimed at getting kids registered as Obama Democrats, with an outright refusal to do the same for the Republican Party and its nominee, Mitt Romney. In addition to voter “registration,” Pasco County Schools brazenly permitted a former teacher to deliver Obama speeches to senior high-school students.

The First Debate: A “Sham-Dunk”

Originally published at AmericanDailyHerald.com...

Republican nominee Mitt Romney earned kudos for repeating the terms “jobs,” “Tenth Amendment” (state prerogatives) and “trickle-down government” multiple times in his first round against President Barack Obama on Wednesday, October 3. He smiled in the right places and kept to his themes — to the evident annoyance of his teleprompter-less challenger.

Fire-Setters: Last Straw to a Failed Immigration Policy?

Originally published at AmericanDailyHerald.com...

Several news stories the week before Thanksgiving underscored the perception that America’s present approach to immigration policy is not working. "There has been no significant movement toward federal immigration reform since a bipartisan effort died in 2007...." Today, immigration is a battleground for legislation at the state level, and is gaining traction as a major issue in the 2012 presidential campaign.
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