Articles By Walt Osterman
A couple of astonishing weapons ended the world’s most horrific conflict: atomic bombs. The significance of the resulting explosions cannot be overstated.
The Middle East situation is purely theoretical to the other nations on our planet, but not to Israeli Jews.
Each conflict that our leaders have seen fit to send the cream of American youth to fight has had unique challenges and obstacles to overcome.
The basic concept behind taxes, the real reason no one is ever told, is that governments can spend your money better than you can spend your money.
During my many years of following American political thought, one overwhelming truth has emerged: There is nothing as powerful as an idea (be it intelligent or stupid) whose time has come.
In his memorable address following the Battle of Gettysburg, the event that in fact broke the back of the Confederacy, President Abraham Lincoln said, “The world will little note nor long remember what we say here…”
America is in the process of embracing certain failure. We have a president who appears enraptured by the European economic model as Europeans themselves are facing the reality of its ashes and despair.
Although I may not be the brightest bulb on the Christmas tree, occasionally things hit me that are, as former President Bill Clinton repeatedly said, “no-brainers.”
Determining why the nations of the world are throwing Israeli Jews under the bus is an easy call. Most of the countries with abundant oil reserves are predominantly Muslim.
A few years ago, at a conference in Southern California, I was given the opportunity to present one question to former Ohio Congressman Bob McEwen.