Barbarians Inside Our Gates: Who Makes Your List?

In the spring of 1775, silversmith and patriot Paul Revere rode into the cold night to warn that the British were coming. A century and a half later, America helped defeat Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan — two nations bent on world domination and extinguishing individual liberty. The world has changed, and the war at home rages. Geographic borders no longer demarcate the saintly from the sinister. 

Afghanistan: A Lost Cause

Despite proclamations of victory by the Administration of President Barack Obama, the death of Osama bin Laden is not like the fall of Berlin in 1945. In itself, killing bin Laden brings no peace. It does ask many unsettling questions about America’s number one ally on the war on terror, Pakistan. It also puts into question America’s ability to even win the war in Afghanistan.

Barack Attack!

America hasn’t had a leader like President Barack Obama in generations. He is more shrewd than a Chicago mayor, more powerful than the Tea Party and able to read a teleprompter at a single glance. He is ObamaMan! Not since former President Harry Truman’s capture of former Prime Minister of Japan Hideki Tojo has the nation had such a “presidential” President.

The Color Of Green

President Barack Obama is staking America’s future on clean energy while ignoring some simple truths. Two weeks ago in a major policy address, Obama announced that America would continue to pursue green energy solutions from wind, solar, biofuels and nuclear power. Read this article to learn what this means for our economy… 

Blame It On Rio: The President Goes Petro Hunting In Brazil

Apparently President Barack Obama does not think American roughnecks can be trusted.  Boring at vast oil veins under the Gulf of Mexico has been suspended by the President.  Now he has made his case for offshore oil development much further south, off the coast of Brazil. Read this article to learn what Obama’s energy policy means for America… 

Obama Has Sabotaged American Energy Independence

The Middle East, with two-thirds of the world’s oil reserves, is in revolt. The net result is, as the Middle East melts down, oil prices are ablaze: rising from less than $37 per barrel during their 2008 lows to breaking above the $100 per barrel mark. Soaring oil prices impact the cost of all things, from transportation to leisure to foodstuffs. Read this article to learn why America is not energy independent… 

House Of Cards: The World’s Future Hinges On Oil

In the last month Tunisia and then Egypt fell under the weight of political dissent and the wireless revolution. Just as revolt spread across Eastern Europe 20 years ago, political unrest is a contagion in greater Arabia and has now infected Bahrain and Libya. Neither is as politically significant as Egypt, yet both carry far more weight when it comes to the world’s most important resource — oil. Read this article to learn what the unrest means to oil prices…