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  • Obama's Judges vs. Republican Opposition

    Since I began writing this E-Letter in 2002, I have always maintained that politics and investments are joined at the hip. The political "solutions" coming out of Washington to address the subprime debt crisis and resulting credit crunch should be more than enough to prove this thesis. This week, I'm going to discuss a political issue where the tie to investments may not be as evident, but it's there. The issue is the potential for liberal judicial appointments during the Obama presidency, and how these may change the legal landscape. President-elect Obama is already on record as supporting the "living document" interpretation of the Constitution, and so will likely favor jurists who share this viewpoint. This could mean more "legislating from the bench" and other forms of liberal judicial activism. If so, all I can say is hold onto your pocket books!...
  • The Democrats' Plan To Highjack Your 401(k)

    Well, election day is upon us. While the mainstream media would have us believe that the results are a foregone conclusion in Obama's favor, recent polls have indicated a narrowing of his lead over McCain in some battleground states. Obviously, we'll all just have to wait and see how the votes turn out. In the meantime, I think it's important that we conservatives notice some of the trial balloons that are being floated by the Democratic leadership. One recent proposal that would eliminate the favorable tax treatment of 401(k) plans shows us that, no matter how the election turns out, we have plenty to fear from the liberals who are already in office....