Whether it is comprehensive immigration, Iranian comprehensive nuclear agreement, or comprehensive peace agreements, big-government solutions always include “comprehensive” in the language.
Rather than use a step-by-step approach to solutions, a comprehensive solution usually includes a grand bargain. Unfortunately, if any step falters along the way, the overall grand bargain falls apart. This has been the case with Israeli Mideast peace solutions and looks like the case with comprehensive health-care reform.
With the failure of past comprehensive grand bargains, future reform should be forged using step-by-step a ... continue reading »
I recently read your article written by Mychal Massie dated Dec. 3 and was very offended ["Saul, Herod and Obama"].
I am not only a Christian but the fifth great grandniece of George Washington, and I find the claim that I cannot be a Christian and support President Barack Obama completely without merit. In fact, I quit attending church because the pastor claimed that President Clinton couldn’t possibly be a Christian simply because he is a Democrat.
Who are you to make that judgment? Only God Himself has the ability to judge the intents and purposes of the ... continue reading »
I viewed your website. Nice to see you are producing the same type of coverage as found on Fox News. Which conservative billionaires are funding this? No Rush page? More lies and deception sent from the plutocracy I see.
First of all, thanks for covering the killing of Miriam Carey. The day this happened I thought to myself that this woman was gunned down for the crime of acting like a typical confused “woman driver”!
Look, we all have seen women who are driving and getting confused, thus the stereotype of the woman driver. Stereotypes occur because there is a grain of truth to it. Some women (not all), get confused at times driving. So do some men, so I am not pretending that some men can’t be guilty of “driving like a woman ... continue reading »
Mr. Klayman – I just read one of your columns concerning, I think, the state of the United States. A couple of points:
The over-the-top hyperbole in your column does little or nothing to resolve the situation. Name calling and disrespect only lead to more name calling and disrespect.
It is naïve to think that removing all the people who are currently in Washington will by itself solve the problem. Who will they be replaced with?
You speak to a gathering in Philadelphia where the gathered people will remove the sitting government and replace it with one they elect. Wh ... continue reading »
The two stories on the veterans who caught the purse snatcher and the man who delivered the elderly couple from the pit bulls (mixes) made me realize that WND has the opportunity to create an entirely new branch of its reporting. That is an inspirational section with several subcategories – heroic acts, good initiatives and positive developments. It would definitely be a draw to encounter such stories on a regular basis and especially on the heroic, brave and good Americans w ... continue reading »