John Feeny’s Multi-Part Obama Retrospective

Long before President Barack Obama even had his party’s nomination in 2008, before the Greek columns, before the special seal for the Office of the President-elect, I predicted that one of two things would happen in the aftermath of an Obama presidency: America as we know it would cease to be, and the destabilization would [...]

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John Feeny’s Three-Part Series on Education

This past year, education really began to hit home as an issue for me, as my daughter started and completed her first year in public schools here in the Palmetto State.  My sister-in-law is a schoolteacher, and I have always spoken with her about the challenges facing her in the classroom, but for the first [...]

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‘I’m Henery the Fifth, I am’

“Well, that’s great stuff. I was so proud of the president there, I must say. This has nothing to do with partisanship. This is a Commander In Chief meeting with the troops, as it was right out of ‘Henry V,’ actually, a touch of Barry in this case in the night for those soldiers risking [...]

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A SC Divorce Attorney on Marianne Gingrich

I am a divorce attorney at The LaMantia Law Firm in Charleston, South Carolina.  While I have not been at it for very long, in some capacity or another I have been involved in the practice of family law for about two years now. When news of the Marianne Gingrich interview currently being sat upon [...]

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The Right, Wrong Way to Attack Romney

Regardless of how they feel about the candidate himself, I’d be willing to be that most on the American political right are okay with Mitt Romney’s record at Bain Capital, in spite of attacks on that record sparked and parroted by those trying to chip away at his status as frontrunner for the GOP nomination.  [...]

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DoJ Voter ID Blockade Irrational, anti-American

“May I see some I.D.?” If you have ever cashed a check at the bank, bought cigarettes or alcohol, flown in an airplane, entered a government building, rented a car, watched an R-rated movie at the theater or asked the pharmacist for the real allergy medication and not that pseudoephedrine-free junk, that’s a question that [...]

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Creating Chaos to Facilitate Failure

It’s a hallmark of the progressive Left: create chaos on a smaller scale, so as to foment the sentiments that will allow for the implementation of changes on a macro level that would otherwise not have been palatable due to the obvious risk of absolute failure. We see that hallmark in a nutshell in ObamaCare.  [...]

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The ‘Fair Share’ Farce

It’s war on the wealthy.  And while I hope to some day soon parley my law degree into solvency, if not comfort, I can assure you that at this point in time I have far more in common with those protesting Wall Street than those being protested. Well, insofar as my bank account and wallet [...]

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‘Should’ve Seen it Coming’

If we allow the government to continue to rely on the typical economic interventionist policy of infusing the market with borrowed money in order to artificially boost consumption, and hence job growth, the result will be to simply deepen the hole that a century-plus of secular/progressive economic policies have dug, all in the name of creating a more just society

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From Meritocracy to Victimocracy

One of the most revealing developments that has taken place over the course of the past three to five years — when it became apparent that the global far-Left was beginning a full-court press to implement fully its political agenda in the United States — is that many people who consider themselves political conservatives and [...]

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