Too Bad Kids Can’t Vote

April 11th, 2011

By Dr. Jim Taylor If children could vote, then I’m sure politicians in both our federal and state governments would demonstrate some actual concern for them rather than demonstrating a wanton disregard for these little citizens who are the future of America. This profound indifference to the needs of our children is displayed starkly in […]

Articles written by
Tags: , , , , , , , ,
Categories: Economics, Education, News, Politics | Comments (8) | Home

The Rise of the Independents

January 7th, 2011

By Tom Carter An interesting Gallup poll has just been released.  It measured people’s self-identification as Democrats, Republicans, and Independents.  It also identified Independents who lean Democratic or lean Republican. The findings came from a combination of numerous polls, resulting in an uncommonly broad and deep sample.  The nature of the sample permits an unusually […]

Articles written by
Tags: , , , , , ,
Categories: News, Politics | Comments (3) | Home

Disgust: Political Emotion of the Times

December 6th, 2010

By Dr. Jim Taylor There have been a whole lot of emotions flying around this fall leading up to and in the aftermath of the mid-term elections in November. Before November 2nd, there was mostly frustration and anger on the Right and fear and resignation on the Left. After the “shellacking” at the polls, another […]

Articles written by
Tags: , , , , , , ,
Categories: Life, Politics, Science | Comments (8) | Home

Woe Is Me!

November 29th, 2010

By Nancy Morgan In today’s America, feelings have replaced facts as our governing policy. Shame has been relegated to the back of the bus and squeaky wheels have been given the place of honor. Merit has been replaced by grievance mongers. Accomplishment and material success are vilified as having been attained on the backs of […]

Articles written by
Tags: , , , , , ,
Categories: Life, Media, Politics | Comments (10) | Home

Juan Williams, the “Greater Good”… It’s All Semantics

October 29th, 2010

By Dan Miller Apparently some lies are good, and some are bad. The trick is to know which is which. Dogs and other “less than human” critters probably don’t lie. People are different. They can and do lie, frequently. It is said that George “Cherry Tree” Washington never told a lie. If so, he must […]

Articles written by
Tags: , , , , , , ,
Categories: Humor, Law, Life, Politics | Comments (4) | Home


Recent Posts





Creative Commons License;   

The work on Opinion Forum   
is licensed under a   
Creative Commons Attribution   
3.0 Unported License

Support Military Families 

   Political Blogs - BlogCatalog Blog Directory

Listed in LS Blogs the Blog Directory and Blog Search Engine  

Demand Media

Copyright 2020 Opinion Forum