John Layfield Archive
Published March 16, 2012
The question is not whether there will be a war between Israel and Iran. The question is, will it escalate?
Published March 09, 2012
What is it about Cuba that makes it impossible for us to make decent decisions? For instance, wasn't the talk that Gitmo was going to be closed? Now, we're building a sports academy there.
Published February 20, 2012
Since Lyndon Johnson first opened up the lock box of social security in 1968 and included it in the Unified Budget, politicians have robbed future generations to get re-elected.
Published January 18, 2012
Former Kansas City Fed Chief Thomas Hoenig had warned about the possibility of a systemic shock at a time when we don’t have the ability to respond, due to already historic low interest rates. I believe we are facing the possibility of just that happening within the next year or two.
Published January 03, 2012
I believe 2012 will be much more volatile than almost any year in recent history, so here is my list of predictions for 2012 and the odds of those predictions actually happening.
Published December 20, 2011
The Office of Cuban Broadcasting is a worthless program that has not produced one tangible result in almost three decades with $660 million spent.
Published December 16, 2011
The fact that nothing got done this year is indicative of an ‘Occupy’ movement -- the occupation of Washington DC by a group of self-serving and unqualified people who are somehow elected through a lack of quality choices to represent the very people who do not approve of them.
Published December 06, 2011
The government should get out of the car business.
Published December 02, 2011
We have floods costing billions in part of the country and drought costing billions in other parts-imagine a “shovel ready” job to address both issues.
Published November 29, 2011
The Keystone XL pipeline would create jobs and help fill a void in U.S. oil production. But politicians like Henry Waxman insist on blocking the project.