Friday, November 2, 2012

Weekly Wrap-Up

“Every four years we are told that the coming election is the most important of one’s life,” writes Charles Krauthammer. “This time it might actually be true.”  Read his take on “The Choice” here...

This seems like a good time to revisit President Reagan’s 1964 speech, “A Time for Choosing.”

In his speech Reagan said, “This is the issue of this election: Whether we believe in our capacity for self-government or whether we abandon the American Revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far-distant capitol can plan our lives for us better than we can plan them ourselves.” 

As a nation, we face that choice again. Let’s hope Americans make the right choice this Tuesday.

The Washington Times makes “The Case Against Obama,” while Peggy Noonan considers “How Far Obama Has Fallen.”

But this blistering editorial from the Las Vegas Review-Journal is the final word on the utter failure of Barack Obama.

The best quote, possibly of the entire election season: “To return to office a narcissistic amateur who seeks to ride this nation's economy and international esteem to oblivion... would be disastrous.”

Amidst all the last-minute campaign coverage is the scandal that the “mainstream” media won’t touch – dubbed “Benghazigate” by the Washington Times.

Fox News has shown real courage in trying to get to the bottom of the Benghazi debacle. Their latest exclusive is here.

Do you think the media’s refusal to cover “Benghazigate” or to question the Obama Administration on what really happened shows the media’s liberal bias? Give your opinion in our new Weekly Poll.

Via Drudge we have this chart showing unemployment is higher than when Obama took office...

Here is a look at what these numbers mean for the economy, and for the presidential candidates...

Here is a case of misplaced priorities... power for the New York City Marathon while displaced, devastated New Yorkers sit powerless in the dark and cold. Outrageous.

Have a nice weekend, and to those still suffering the aftereffects of Sandy know that plenty of thoughts and prayers are being sent your way.

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