Pelosi to Retain House Leadership Role because of Her Fundraising Not Her Politics

After last week’s sound defeat there has been a growing amount of dissatisfaction among Democrats for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. Part of the behind the scenes grumblings about Pelosi was her post-election tirade that blamed Democratic voters for the loss. She said the Republican victory had nothing to do with the Democratic politicians like herself or their policies. Pelosi blames the voters for not getting out to vote and not getting others to get out and vote. She reminds me of Read more […]

Harry Reid’s Failed Leadership Could Lose Senate to GOP in November

Poll after poll shows that Americans have lost all faith and respect for Congress by giving them the lowest ratings in history. When asked why, most people say that it has to do with their inability to accomplish anything. They spend too much time bickering over political differences rather than solving the problems at hand. A large part of that falls squarely on the shoulders of Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) who has been serving as the Senate Majority Leader since January 3, 2007. Reid has successfully Read more […]

Barack Obama, the Toddler in the White House

“Great ambition is the passion of a great character. Those endowed with it may perform very good or very bad acts. All depends on the principles which direct them.” – Napoleon Bonaparte Very few can lead without the benefit of extraordinary personal character. Sure, they can rule, they can reign, they can preside over, and they can manage, but they cannot lead. To truly lead—whether a nation of millions, or many fewer—one must possess a mastery of the human spirit, which can only thrive when Read more […]