The things that increase the likelihood of improving one's life are the very things the President and his liberal friends fight.
Obamacare was never primarily about getting the best, most affordable health care to Americans.
Anyone who knows just a little bit of history knew from the day President Obama signed this law in 2010 that what is happening today was inevitable.
He has demonstrated that his own political calculations are more important to him than his party or his nation.
The Republican Party still has not learned lessons necessary to reverse setbacks of recent years.
Both are living examples that personal success is not about government programs but about taking personal responsibility.
Because fewer are working for every retiree, our taxation nowhere near covers what the requirements for Social Security and Medicare will soon be.
Americans may have different opinions about what is wrong with the country. But there is plenty of agreement that the patient is sick.
The rate of child poverty in 2009 was 11 percent in homes with married parents and 44.3 percent in homes headed by single mothers.
Our president refuses to sit down and negotiate with Republicans who are constitutionally representing popular sentiment.