Monday Morning Reading

13 Jul

Day One: Spotlight on Sotomayor
Michelle Malkin
The good news: At least we’ll be spared Joe Biden’s bloviations.
Read more.

On the “Cheney Didn’t Tell Us” Lie
Facts are troublesome things for the Democrats
Erick Erickson, RedState

Nonetheless, while Democrats are screaming that evil Dick Cheney did not tell them about a CIA program, the former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency says Congress did know about it.
Read more.

Palin’s audacity of the unconventional
Star Parker, Townhall

So stepping down from a job in which you are no longer realizing your ideals to reconnect with family and self is not necessarily political suicide. But doing what everyone says you are supposed to do, compromising your values, and letting pundits and experts run your life is.
Read more.

Verse for Today

Some trust in chariots and some in horses,
But we trust the name of the Lord our God.
Psalm 20:7

Chaos on Capitol Hill: All Politics is Loco
Michael Barone, via Real Clear Politics

Disarray. That’s one word to describe the status of the Obama administration’s legislative program as Congress heads into its final four weeks of work before the August recess.
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Lawmakers, read the bills before you vote
Jeff Jacoby,

Senators and representatives who vote on bills they haven’t read and don’t understand betray their constituents’ trust. It is no excuse to say that Congress would get much less done if every member took the time to read every bill.
Read more.

Thought for the Day

“Once you learn to quit, it becomes a habit.”
~ Vincent Lombardi, Football Coach


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