Jeri Thompson
Jeri Thompson serves on the advisory board of, a bipartisan foundation focused on national security issues, particularly in the Middle East.
by | Jul 13, 2009

Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) once asked Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner why BlackRock Inc., a securities firm, received no-bid contracts for work with the federal government. Geithner answered, “They come with a world-class reputation.” The question is: given that reputation, why…

by | Apr 24, 2009

There must be something in the water in Seattle. First, Obama nominates the incompetent Seattle chief of police to be his drug czar, then he nominates King County executive (of which Seattle is a part) Ron Sims to serve as…

by | Apr 22, 2009

Don Todd, head researcher for Americans for Limited Government, has the scoop on a number of Obamanoms, administration appointments pending approval in the Senate. That some presidential nominations will run into trouble with their backgrounds is nowadays a given, but…

by | Mar 6, 2009

Good thing Rush Limbaugh has big shoulders. He’ll need them now that Barack Obama and his Clintonista reunion band have put the full weight of the Unites States government on top of him.

 It’s great that maestros of slime like…

by | Jan 19, 2009

President-elect Obama’s announcement last week that he will reverse Bill Clinton’s “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy early in his tenure is clearly meant to appease those angry about Pastor Rick Warren’s inauguration invocation. So, Obama’s initial inclusive gesture to social…

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