Friday Must Reads

13 Mar

mustreadsObama’s First 50 Days: Devastating to Taxpayers
American’s for Tax Reform
On the occasion of President Obama’s 50th day in office, Americans for Tax Reform released a timeline of important dates to taxpayers…

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Obama’s Relentless War on the American Dream
David Limbaugh

It’s hardly surprising that Obama degenerated into incoherent babbling when unconvincingly denying his socialism to a New York Times reporter. But given his war on capitalism and achievement, isn’t it time we brought this subject out in the open instead of closing our eyes and pretending we all accept America’s free market traditions?
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Are ‘Hope’ and ‘Change’ Still Tax-Deductible?
Ann Coulter, TownHall

Howard Dean, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, touted Biden as “a good example of a working-class kid,” adding that, to this day, Biden was “one of the least wealthy members of the U.S. Senate.” Only a Democrat would list “never really made anything of myself” on his resume.
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Obama’s Embryonic Stem Cell O.K. Can Kill
Michael Reagan, TownHall

What President Obama did when he reversed President Bush’s executive order banning embryonic stem cell research was based not on solid science, but his desire to cater to the anti-life, pro-abortion forces and their media allies who helped elect him.
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Obama’s Quirks:  What we’ve learned about our new president.
Fred Barnes, The Weekly Standard

Obama ran the most spectacularly well organized and brilliantly managed presidential campaign I’ve ever seen. And his transition was rightly praised for its orderliness. I don’t offer that praise lightly. But once he arrived in the White House, Obama has operated anything but a tight ship. He hasn’t filled major posts at the Treasury Department, allowing Secretary Tim Geithner to be cast by the media as a lonely and forlorn figure. He inadvertently treated British prime minister Gordon Brown as if he’s the leader of Sri Lanka or Surinam, causing Brown deep embarrassment at home and damaging the “special relationship” between the United Kingdom and America. His high-level nominees–some of them–continue to be folks with unpaid taxes. His vice president, Joe Biden, can’t stop uttering dubious statements, the latest being his claim that 70 percent of Taliban forces are in it for the money. Did Gallup poll them?
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The White House Misfires on Limbaugh
Karl Rove, The Wall Street Journal

In the face of our enormous economic challenges, top White House aides decided to pee on Mr. Limbaugh’s leg. This is a political luxury the country cannot afford, and which Mr. Obama would be wise to forbid. Or did he not mean it when he ran promising to “turn the page” on the “old” politics?
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Video: Bill Clinton doesn’t understand human biology?
Hot Air

This may be the stupidest thing I’ve heard since Phil Donohue and Vladimir Posner tried arguing a few years back that human embryos become fish and dogs before becoming humans. (Yes, they did; I watched it with my jaw trailing the floor.) Unfertilized eggs have no research value in stem cell work because they don’t produce anything; they’re genetically incomplete. Only after fertilization does an egg become an embryo.  Nor is Clinton simply making a momentary mis-speak; he repeats this no less than six times in this interview with Sanjay Gupta.
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