Basketballs over golf balls – American Thinker. – May 31, 2010

Originally posted at American Thinker. Blog Eighteen to 40 million gallons of oil are presently churning around in the Gulf of Mexico.  Crude oil is polluting water and wetlands.  Like an artery spewing forth lifeblood, “sticky, rusty” sludge has turned the Louisiana coastline into a disaster area. Although dreadful, the …

Obama’s trip to Gulf coast a metaphor for his presidency – American Thinker. – May 30, 2010

Originally posted on American Thinker. Blog Memorial Day weekend was poised to kick into high gear when perpetual vacationer Barack Obama decided to helicopter over the Louisiana bayou toward the Port Fourchon shoreline.  Barack’s pre-vacation goal was to check out beach damage related to the Gulf coast oil spill. Unfortunately, …

Obama’s idea of press freedom – American Thinker. – May 19, 2010

Originally posted at American Thinker. Blog Barack Obama signed the Press Freedom Act and then refused to take questions from the press.  The President’s  actions typify the paradox the nation finds itself in with a leader at the helm in possession of a unique definition of “freedom.” Signing the Press …

Federal response to BP oil spill a Tom and Jerry cartoon – American Thinker. Blog – May 5, 2010

Originally posted at American Thinker. It never fails, a few days after a national emergency; rising to the surface like oil floating in the Gulf of Mexico emerges the revelation that the federal government dropped the ball and exacerbated an otherwise manageable problem. Even Boy Scouts know that being prepared at …