Obama Defending ObamaCare: Upfront and Very Personal

By Dave Andrusko While President Obama has revised and extended his controversial remarks about “judicial activism,” his ever-so-slight rollback does not change one iota the fact that he had publicly second-guessed and prejudged a decision mere days after the Supreme Court had heard oral arguments on the constitutionality of ObamaCare.  A handful of the usual …

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Obama’s House of Cards

By Dave Andrusko The title of the opinion piece in today’s Washington Post is “Lost in Thought,” an allusion to the contemplative brilliance the Post’s Dana Milbank attributes to President Obama. (Talk about man crushes!) But just “Lost” would have sufficed. I’m not taking this occasion to take potshots the President’s IQ. For all I …

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A Rough State for Obama in 2012?

By Dave Andrusko Yesterday a friend forwarded me a link to the results of a poll conducted by Public Policy Polling (PPP). Although the information turns out to be two weeks old, there’s nothing that occurred since that jumps out at me as a reason to invalidate the premise. And that premise is, to quote …

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