Is Barack Obama the next FDR?
Hmmmm…let’s see, the New Deal caused unemployment. The Stimulus Package caused unemployment. Now there’s a small Asian nation aiming bombs toward Hawaii…
Obama’s Stimulus is Proving as Disastrous as FDR’s New Deal
FrontPage Magazine via Opposing Views.
The nation could be spared much pain if our president would read the recently-released Politically Incorrect Guide to the Great Depression and the New Deal by Robert Murphy. Correcting many popular misconceptions about FDR, this book explodes the myth of Roosevelt as America’s savior and shows him for who he really was – a willful man whose ill-conceived policies held the American economy in a mire of stagnation unseen before or since.
READ MY LIPS: NO NEW BUSHES
Jeb Bush: The Future of the Republican Party
Tucker Carlson, Esquire
With no obvious candidate to lead the Republican party (and one having just stepped down), some are looking to Jeb Bush. Which is news to him.
Tony Blankley, via Real Clear Politics
Well, I’m not so sure that being an incumbent is an advantage if the world seems to be going to hell and government is seen to be at least part of the cause for that journey. And though many conventional politicians might be seen as quitters if they resigned their offices, I have a very strong hunch that Sarah Palin is constitutionally incapable of being seen as a quitter. Because she is not. She constantly is taking on the biggest challenge on her horizon.
Household Cap-and-Trade Burden Calculator
The Tax Foundation
The following calculator estimates the annual cost your household would face under a typical U.S. cap-and-trade system designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 15 percent.
How much will it cost your family? Click here to find out.
Poll: Sarah Palin remains threat to Mitt Romney in potential GOP 2012 race
Former Bay State Gov. Mitt Romney is locked in a statistical dead heat with Sarah Palin for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination, despite the Alaska governor’s abrupt resignation last week, according to a new poll of Republican voters.