Monthly Archives: November 2011

Surgery for our Health Care System

We elect our legislators and senators to make intelligent, informed decisions on our behalf in Washington. But the decision that narrowly passed in March 2010, HR3590 (formally known as the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act,” better known as Obamacare) … Continue reading

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Food Police State

The problem for me is not that Congress classified pizza as a vegetable, but that it was voting on the issue at all. The House of Representatives dealt a blow to childhood obesity warriors on Thursday by passing a bill … Continue reading

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An Inside Look at College Campus Bias

American University has been rated one of the most politically active schools in the United States by the Princeton Review. It is a battle ground for debating international events or domestic politics. College students tend to hold a significantly strong … Continue reading

Posted in Opinion, Posts by Author, Robert T. Maisano

What Veterans Day Really Means

This past Friday was Veterans day, a holiday to remember those who have served our country in times of war and peace. These men and women are often unsung heroes and protectors of the rights and liberties that we hold … Continue reading

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This is What the AU Dems Look Like

College students like protesting, especially at American.  Karl Rove speaks, and students block him from his car and try to arrest him.  The Westboro nutcases protest AU, and students organize a gay pride counter-protest.  Economic conservatives hold a convention downtown, … Continue reading

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Occupy Parasites Harass Defenders of the American Dream

The mature and responsible “Occupy” movement has so far done an effective job of spreading its message through the use of offbeat drum circles, incoherent chants, and illiterate signs. Now the occupiers, who are already economically terrorizing the nation (lost … Continue reading

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Cain Will Surge On

As Herman Cain gains the support of more and more Republicans (his name recognition among Republicans was only about 20 % in March) the spotlight has fallen directly on his persona. Cain is fighting against an outpouring of media attacks … Continue reading

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