davidl on June 20th, 2010

Obama’s vision problem, Victor Davis Hanson, RCP: Not being George W. Bush while apologizing for America’s purported sins is not a foreign policy […] But what exactly does Barack Obama wish to accomplish abroad? In interviews and speeches, Obama emphasizes his nontraditional background and his father’s Islamic heritage. Apparently, he hopes that by reminding the […]

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Thanks to the Cincinnati Business Courierfor including me in the “Technology Roundtable” insert in the June 18th, 2010 issue of the Courier!
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davidl on June 19th, 2010

Is Dumbo Sane? From Byron York, Washington Examiner: There was one particularly striking moment in President Obama’s widely panned Oval Office speech on the Gulf oil disaster. About midway through his talk, Obama acknowledged that he had approved new offshore drilling a few weeks before the Deepwater Horizon rig explosion on April 20. But Obama […]

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davidl on June 18th, 2010

Dumbo turns United Stats into banana republic, from Steve McCann, American Thinker: The Obama administration has just made certain that there will be minimal foreign or even domestic investment in the United States.   Their shakedown and blackmail of BP has major corporate investors looking elsewhere for expansion and exploration.   No company answerable to their shareholders […]

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davidl on June 17th, 2010

Dumbo and the Czars, Michelle, “Stuck on Stupid:” Here is the Obama Disaster Management Theory: In times of crisis, you can never have enough unelected, unvetted political appointees hanging around. Nearly two months after the BP oil spill, the White House will now name an oil-spill-restoration point person to oversee recovery efforts in the Gulf […]

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davidl on June 16th, 2010

None dare call it journalism.  Shublog, Ace of Spades, dissects the Washington Post: News Judgment, Washington-Post style Senator George Allen says “macaca” on camera? 131 articles, 13 on the front page. Congressman Bob Etheridge commits battery on camera?  Three paragraphs on page C3. Compare. Contrast. Oh, by the way.  The Washington Post’s Ombudsman is Andrew […]

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Online Reputation Management http://www.nkycc-trc.com/ebooks/Business_Journal_June_2010/In_House_Digital_Publishing/index.html This article was published in the June 2010 issue of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s “Business Journal”. If I do say so myself, it has some good advice to help you manage and protect your reputation online, which is increasingly important in today’s hyperconnected, always-on world! The article is on […]

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davidl on June 15th, 2010

Bye-bye Eric Holder? From the Sharp Tack, Clarice Feldman, American  Thinker: Eric Holder has been a disastrous attorney general. “Classic 101 Boobery” was how one Democratic operative memorably called his decision, now on hold, to try Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in a civilian court in lower Manhattan. Other blunders have piled up and the White House […]

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davidl on June 14th, 2010

The state of the Obami, By Victor Davis Hansen, Pajamas Media: Let me review the progress of the last two years, because the national mood reminds me of the free speech area at any California university where groups segregate by race while their professors celebrate “diversity.” We had a green czar who claimed that whites […]

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davidl on June 13th, 2010

Harry S. Truman: “The buck stops here.” Barack Hussien Obama: “The buck passes here.” Roger Simon, Politico: President Barack Obama said Friday that some members of Congress are being hypocritical when it comes to blaming the White House for its handling of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. In an interview with POLITICO, […]

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More than 70,000,000 business professionals already use LinkedIn as a powerful platform to stay connected to the business community and to advance their business and their career. This in-depth presentation is designed for those professionals who already use LinkedIn, but want to unlock and leverage its hidden power to take their professional networking to the […]

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davidl on June 12th, 2010

Year of the Woman? By Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Slimes: GOP primary voters, a deeply conservative bunch, don’t appear to have much of a problem with strong women in public life anymore. Not only that: The GOP is consciously trying to turn gender into a selling point.  This isn’t just the march of equality; it’s […]

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davidl on June 11th, 2010

We need a leader, Mitt Romney Useless Toady: Has it come to this again? The president is meeting with his oil spill experts, he crudely tells us, so that he knows “whose ass to kick.” We have become accustomed to his management style — target a scapegoat, assign blame and go on the attack. To […]

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davidl on June 10th, 2010

Presidential leadership failure, the problem for the President who is concerned about world opinions, at least the opinion of unelected tin pot dictators, is that he is simply not concerned about the opinion of the nation which he purports to lead.  Dorothy Rabinowitz, Wall StreetJournal explores the gulf between the President of the United States […]

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