The Legacy of George W. Bush

Today, the George W. Bush library will be dedicated and a long list of luminaries will laud the life and legacy of our 43rd president.  I first met the future president in 1986, in Corpus Christi, Texas.  I was an independent businessman at the time, and simultaneously, working for his father as an adviser.  As the hostContinue reading “The Legacy of George W. Bush”

Rand Paul Now Leads Liberty Movement

It has only been a little more than a month since Senator Rand Paul’s filibuster on the floor of the U.S. Senate.  But it is looking more and more like a defining moment in American politics.  It may be a defining moment in American history. . The dramatic sight of Rand Paul standing all alone, in the well ofContinue reading “Rand Paul Now Leads Liberty Movement”

George H.W. Bush: Tweets before Twitter, his personal notes

. The Forty First president, George H. W. Bush, has reissued his book All the Best.  And with the new publication come another trove of personal notes and observations.  These were tweets before twitter.  Here is my take. . What do you think of the notes and personal letters of GHWB? I think the presidents’ notes and lettersContinue reading “George H.W. Bush: Tweets before Twitter, his personal notes”

Rand Paul – a new foreign policy

For the past few years, we in the liberty movement have had the luxury of being able to stand on the outside and lob in grenades at America’s corrupt foreign policy.  But now, with one of our own, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky as a potential president, we have to face the reality of howContinue reading “Rand Paul – a new foreign policy”

The Best Presidents for Small Business ?

No modern president has really been good for small business.  Or even fair for small business.  Because all the provisions they made, with headline grabbing legislatiion, were overcome by the increased tide of regulation and big business subsidies. The whole process became corrupted by the 1964 landslide victory of Lyndon Johnson.  At that point, bigContinue reading “The Best Presidents for Small Business ?”

Democrats, Republicans and Ron Paul

There are Democrats and Republicans and then there is Ron Paul.  His time has come.  The numbers don’t lie. Last night’s NBC Evening News showcased the stunning results of the Hart/McInturff poll of the American electorate.  It was conducted by NBC and the Wall Street Journal.  It included 1,000 adults but unlike many recent polls,Continue reading “Democrats, Republicans and Ron Paul”

No, I have not been banned by FOX because of Ron Paul

“Thomas Jefferson lives.  He’s Ron Paul.” I’ve been getting a lot of mail asking if I am in trouble over my recent “Thomas Jefferson – Ron Paul” quote on FOX.  One blogger mentioned my recent cancellation on a show.  Here is an update.  Yes, I was cancelled for a taping this week but it surelyContinue reading “No, I have not been banned by FOX because of Ron Paul”

Doug Wead on Ron Paul

Doug Wead on Ron Paul Tomorrow, I will be publishing my latest installment on Ron Paul and the cabal in the banking-publishing-establishment that is keeping him and his “dangerous” opinions from public view. This latest Sarah Palin Tea Party story is too funny.  There is only one time when the media can ever be niceContinue reading “Doug Wead on Ron Paul”

July 4, 1863

by Doug Wead All this business about the fourth of July missed one of the more remarkable days in American history. I am speaking of July 4th, 1863. There were celebrations in the streets of Washington because of the apparent outcome of the battle of Gettysburg. The people of the north were hungry for aContinue reading “July 4, 1863”

Glenn Hauman and lies on the internet

Glenn Hauman and lies on the internet. The internet, like the playground in grade school, is full of bullies and if a teacher is not looking, they will hurt you for no other reason than that they can. There is the famous story of John Seigenthaler, who woke up one morning to find an entryContinue reading “Glenn Hauman and lies on the internet”