Category Politics

Obama’s Inauguaration: Letting His Inner Liberal Loose!

Good day, readers!  On this terrifically chilly day in Chicago, TheLeftyWolfe will examine a few of the highlights from this past weekend’s inaugural festivities.  What were some of the major policies pushed forward by Obama?  What does the American public think of such ideas?  Stay tuned for that, plus my two cents as well.  Read […]

News Roundup: Gun Law Debate, Lance Armstrong is a Dope, Why Not India?

TheLeftyWolfe is back in action for a quick rundown of the day’s hot topics: the gun control debate, Lance Armstrong visits Oprah, our future with India. 1. Weapons Ownership Debate – After all of the gun-related tragedies that have occurred around the U.S. over the last thirteen years or so, it seems that Washington may […]

Part 2: What Deal Was Struck to Avoid the Fiscal Cliff?

In Part 2 of today’s mini-series on the Fiscal Cliff brouhaha, TheLeftyWolfe is here to explain the deal that was just agreed to late last night on Capitol Hill.  In a somewhat surprising turn of events (given the last two years of partisan bickering), both the Senate and House were able to pass a measure […]

Part 1: What is the Fiscal Cliff?

For what seemed like an eternity, members of Congress, along with our newly re-elected President, have been squabbling over how best to deal with the Fiscal Cliff mess that they created themselves.  Yep, you read that correctly.  All of this banter and arguing over the dreaded Fiscal Cliff was entirely the doing of the House […]

Longest-Serving U.S. Senator Dies, Black Senator-To-Be Makes History

Today’s stories are focused squarely on news from the U.S. Senate…read on! 1. Senator Daniel Inouye of Hawaii Dies – While most of you likely do not know this name, this Democratic senator from the Aloha state was, until his death yesterday, the longest-serving Senator currently in office (and 2nd all-time only to the deceased Sen. […]

The U.S Supreme Court and Gay Marriage: Will Equality or Prejudice Prevail? TheLeftyWolfe Calls It!

Good day, all!  In today’s post, TheLeftyWolfe will examine the two same-sex marriage cases that the U.S. Supreme Court has decided to hear next year.  Both of these cases, as all gay marriage cases in the past, have divided Americans across the country.  In the liberal bastions of the big cities and coastlines, choruses of support fill […]

Web Roundup: African Slave Traditions Persist, Senator Filibusters Himself

In lieu of one long article on a single topic, TheLeftyWolfe has decided to introduce a new series, Web Roundup.  Each week or so, I’ll compile a short list of two or three interesting topics from around the world and present my spin on them in a relatively short write-up (short for me, that is!).  I hope […]