A strong argument could be made if there were no Geraldine Ferraro, there would be no Hillary Clinton or Sara Palin.
Every year the lst fan in chief, that is of course President Obama makes his annual March Madness selection.
Drum roll please……….The President is picking Kansas as the 2011 national champion.
Of course all of us in the NYC area are hoping for greatness for St. Johns or at least for Syracuse University, but the President doesn’t have much expectations from St. John’s.
“This is an occasion for us to reaffirm that our political differences shouldn’t degenerate into demonization, in the sense that if you don’t agree with me you’re not a good American.”
Former President Bill Clinton.
This morning, I was on LIVE Foxnews.com's online news program discussing the 112th Congress and the ascendency of House Speaker John Boehner. The show was hosted by Harris Faulkner. Chris Metzler, Associate Dean, Georgetown University and I discussed how President Obama will handle Speaker Boehner and the 112th Congress. The discussion ranged from the influence of the Tea Party to repeal of the healthcare law. Mr. Metzler dismissed President Obama's effort to be bipartisan. I challenged Mr.
It just didn’t have to end this way.
Don’t look at his mouth, look at his actions.
Mayor Mike Bloomberg is again declaring he will not be a Presidential candidate, but the proof is in the pudding.
The fact that Bill Clinon is aiding President Obama, is that a sign that Hillary Clinton won't run against Obama.
Is it really true if you listen to Joe Biden that Hillary Clinton won't be replacing Biden as Number two on the ticket?
Maybe Bill Clinton is really over his hurt of Obama outsmarting the Clintons during the campaign, and just wants to help a fellow democrat.
Last Monday, on NBC’s Today Show, President Obama called for a longer school year, education reform, greater parental involvement, and the firing of incompetent teachers. But it was his response to Matt Lauer's question about whether his daughters could get the same quality education at a District of Columbia school as at their private school that grabbed my attention. He rightly acknowledged that DC public schools are struggling to provide a high quality educational experience for all students. But the President’s acknowledgement is hollow given his lack of direct support for the DC Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP). Since its inception as the first federally funded, school voucher program in the United States, the DC OSP has helped more than 3,300 children from families with an average annual income of $23,000. Several studies found that parents and students were very satisfied with the program; parents were more involved in their children’s education; communication between parents and their child improved; children have an improved attitude toward learning; an increased self-esteem and enthusiasm towards school for children; and students achieved higher reading test scores. These findings prove that the OSP has been successful in increasing the academic progress of the enrolled students and is leading the race to the top for those students and their families President Obama’s inaction prevents over 200 DC students from completing their education at a parochial or private school of their choice. Those OSP students are academically, at least, 18 months ahead of their public school peers (just as Malia and Sasha are). I urge the President to changes his mind and support the DC school voucher program by getting Congress to reauthorize funding.
The National Pastimes
By Michael Boyajian
Let me apologize in advance to fans of other teams, but my father was a lifelong Yankee fan and I am a lifelong Yankee fan. So I know a little something about baseball. I also know a bit about politics.