President Obama nominated Mary Jo White as chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Mary served for nearly a decade as the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York. She specialized in prosecuting white collar crimes, a reason cited by White House officials that she would be essential as a regulator and administrator for implementing … Continue reading Mary Jo White: A Disastrous Choice For Chairmen Of The SEC
Thursday, March 7th, North Korea threatened the US with a preemptive nuclear strike. It’s hard to believe such an event could transpire after America’s leading ambassador, Dennis Rodman, hung out with Kim Jong-Un for two days. What then could evoke such a visceral reaction from the isolated nation of North Korea? The UN unanimously voted … Continue reading North Korea Threatens US With Preemptive Nuclear Strike
Dennis Rodman met with Kim Jung-Un, the ‘Great Leader‘ of North Korea. They hung out together, maybe they talked sports, or swapped stories about woman. We don’t know, Rodman’s not in a hurry to talk to the media about it. The media of course isn’t happy, the reports I’ve seen from progressive news like The … Continue reading Best Buddies, Dennis Rodman and Kim Jung-Un?
The sequester won’t be an enjoyable experience for many Americans. Cuts to any programs that will jeopardize further jobs or funding for those in need will cause genuine pain in many people’s lives. Worse though than the sequester could be any deal made to avoid its consequences. Here’s a quote from the source article, containing … Continue reading What’s Worse, The Sequester, Or A Deal?