The President Misleads, Again, On the “Government Option”
How can you trust the president on anything he says about health care when so short a passage as the one above contains such extraordinary whoppers?
Okay, so I could do without the mental image, but…
Obama’s Choice is not to Choose on Iran
Jonah Goldberg, TownHall
No, we should not bomb Iran, or invade it. Those prices are too steep; those burdens are too heavy. But maybe you could lift a finger for democracy?
For Dems In 2010, Tomorrow May Not Come
What If Congressional Candidates Have To Defend Economic Results That Aren’t There?
In 2012, President Obama will have had four years to see if the gamble on big federal outlays into a stimulus package, auto and bank bailouts, and energy investments has paid off. For congressional Democrats up in 2010, however, the long view isn’t politically feasible.
Voter Intimidation and the Politicization of Justice
Representative Joe Pitts (R-PA), NetRight Nation Blog
The right to cast a vote, by secret ballot, free from intimidation and coercion, is absolutely fundamental to the legitimacy of our form of government. It is a right that our veterans have fought and died defending. It is the right that separates our nation from the various tyrants and thugs around the world who give mere lip service to democracy.
Fired IG Calls White House Explanation ‘Baseless,’ Says He’s Being Targeted
Gerald Walpin, who until last week was the inspector general for the Corporation for National and Community Service, tells FOXNews.com that part of President Obama’s explanation for firing him was a “total lie” and that he feels he’s got a target on his back for political reasons.
Quote of the Day
Within the next few months we shall all announce unanimous decisions allowing us to control business, education, health care, and even the way your individual kingdoms choose their leaders…Because of what we will provide people, they will quickly understand that this is correct.
~ Nicolae Carpathia, The Left Behind Series