David Asman Archive
Published October 21, 2011
There’s certainly no doubt that an African-American president is an inspiration to millions. But no less inspiring is the life story of Herman Cain, whose solid American values of individual initiative and self reliance are an inspiration to all.
Published October 20, 2011
There are some very tough cookies at the Occupy Wall Street rallies. It's worth mentioning again the teachings of a woman who looks like she's making a move to direct the rallies.
Published October 14, 2011
If the Wall Street protesters are really mad about taxpayers subsidizing millionaires and billionaires, than they should bring the house down on the Obama administration for subsidizing Solyndra.
Published October 07, 2011
It's ironic that Steve Jobs supported President Obama -- because Apple's success is one of the best arguments against Obama's attempts to use the government to revive the economy.
Published September 30, 2011
Racism is often the last resort of a liberal, as a second-rate comedian recently proved.
Published September 15, 2011
Investors should avoid empty promises like the plague -- which is why we should always avoid handing our investment money over to politicians, who are the masters of empty promises.
Published June 22, 2011
The fix is always in with the Big Banks. The biggest fix was when they were declared "too big to fail," which guaranteed they'd get a taxpayer bailout, even though some of them deserved to fail, or at least deserved to be broken up. But since they had their hooks in with the politicians, they got the bailouts&they always get the bailouts.
Published June 09, 2011
Republicans have been focusing on the debt and the deficit, like America's problems could be fixed by a good accountant. But we're in a deeper hole than that. America has a crisis of confidence right now.
Published May 27, 2011
As long as we defend the freedom to act as individuals, we will rise to the occasion and triumph as a nation.
Published May 25, 2011
FBN's David Asman says Chrysler wants taxpayers to believe that they've paid back their bailout money, but that isn't the case.