NY Sun | A Pulitzer for Putin?
Cato | SCOTUS: Voters can stop their government from discriminating based on race
NY Post | Those ‘rogue’ IRS agents weren’t going rogue at all
February 20 2011 - 1:02 PM | By: Doug Brady
Jeffrey H. Anderson | A Historic Flood of Red Ink After proposing his third straight budget calling for more than $1 trillion in deficit spending—no other president has ever proposed even half that much (although, in his last year, President George W. Bush did end up spending that much)—President Obama complained to reporters, “You guys […]
February 20 2011 - 12:58 PM | By: Doug Brady
UK Daily Mail | China Cracks Down on Pro-Democracy Protests
February 20 2011 - 12:55 PM | By: Doug Brady
Ed Morrissey | Pictorial: Protest Saturday in Wisconsin
February 20 2011 - 12:06 PM | By: Doug Brady
Washington Examiner | Battle of Wisconsin Threatens Unions’ Political Might Wisconsin’s Republican governor, Scott Walker – elected last November along with GOP majorities in both chambers of the state’s legislature — wants his state’s public employees to contribute half the cost of their pensions — up from zero — and about one-eighth of the cost […]
February 20 2011 - 9:53 AM | By: Doug Brady
Governor Palin’s entire appearance at the LIA meeting last Thursday Courtesy PalinTV
February 20 2011 - 6:33 AM | By: David L. Riddick (aka The Aged P)
British historian Niall Ferguson, in a forthcoming book, thinks he has cracked one of the most intriguing of cultural conundrums – how it was that the West became the springboard for the explosion of knowledge, ideas and sheer energy that defines the modern world.
February 19 2011 - 11:07 PM | By: Rob Harrison
Where there's smoke, there might be a determined smokescreen from the media/political complex. Don't believe everything on the first puff.
February 19 2011 - 7:56 PM | By: Sheya
February 19 2011 - 4:06 PM | By: Ian Lazaran
You don't have to kowtow to the union bosses...as goes Wisconsin today, so goes America tomorrow.
February 19 2011 - 1:33 PM | By: Ian Lazaran
I have written here consistently that Palin continues to be underestimated by the media and the Washington echo chamber. As she proved in Long Island she's as smart as a whip, looks great, is confident and has a plan whether you like it or not. I see no reason to change my long-term forecast that she will be the Republican nominee.
February 19 2011 - 10:00 AM | By: Nicole Owl
5. David Axelrod has an ironclad deal with the devil.
February 18 2011 - 11:54 PM | By: Whitney Pitcher
As goes Wisconsin today, so goes the country tomorrow.
February 18 2011 - 5:59 PM | By: Ian Lazaran
Essentially what Bailey will end up arguing is that Palin is somehow responsible for his actions, even though she rarely authorized him to take such actions, because she didn't stop him from taking actions that she rarely authorized.
February 18 2011 - 4:43 PM | By: Ian Lazaran
ABC News provides a profile of her new chief-of-staff.
February 18 2011 - 3:25 PM | By: Nicole Owl
Winning one for the little guy.
February 18 2011 - 11:52 AM | By: Doug Brady
CNN | Democrat Governor Authorizes Wolf Kills: Entire packs of endangered gray wolves may be killed under new directives from Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer. Schweitzer ordered wildlife officers not to investigate or prosecute ranchers who shoot wolves that attack livestock, and he authorized the killing of entire packs that endanger livestock or elk. The Democratic […]
February 18 2011 - 9:40 AM | By: Doug Brady
Wall Street Journal | Athens in Mad Town: A Seminal Showdown Between Public Unions and Taxpayers For Americans who don’t think the welfare state riots of France or Greece can happen here, we recommend a look at the union and Democratic Party spectacle now unfolding in Wisconsin. Over the past few days, thousands have swarmed […]
February 18 2011 - 2:30 AM | By: Sheya
Once again the media has proven how blatantly biased they are and how they would take a critically acclaimed Q&A session and create a controversy that never existed.
February 17 2011 - 11:34 PM | By: Ian Lazaran
Let us know if you stumble across more video clips or the entire event.
February 17 2011 - 10:35 PM | By: Ian Lazaran
"Palin’s endorsement gave us a boost that energized supporters, brought in new ones and, of course, annoyed my opponent [Trey Grayson] and his Republican bosses to no end."
February 17 2011 - 4:01 PM | By: Doug Brady
Kathy Trinko was at Governor Palin’s Long Island event today and filed this report at the National Review: Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin isn’t ready to commit to a presidential run, but she indicated that she might decide soon, citing the need to connect with individual voters. “Nothing is more effective than being actually […]
February 17 2011 - 2:46 PM | By: Doug Brady
This is idiotic, even for Smith. It's hard to tell if Smith is really this dumb, or if it's simply an aggressive missing of the point. Sorry, Benny (can I call you that?), this was a knock on Obama's economic policies, much as you want to pretend otherwise, although the breastfeeding reference was a brilliant yet humorous way to expose the backasswards priorities of this administration.
February 17 2011 - 1:17 PM | By: Kelsey
Newly elected Republican Governor Scott Walker's budget-balancing proposals have enraged state teacher's unions.
February 17 2011 - 1:00 PM | By: Submissions
The Left is acutely aware of the disastrous potential of joy, of how the election of a strong, jubilant and exhortative American leader might stop their seemingly unstoppable Statism and even reverse our nation’s slow, collective zombie-march to submission.
February 17 2011 - 11:00 AM | By: Whitney Pitcher
Governor Palin understands that in order to "win the future", the US government must protect both the present and the future, and this includes having a well funded military. She recognizes that funding ideologically focused program and pet projects, especially when fiscal restraint is particularly needed, doesn't win the future. As usual, Governor Palin is right, and President Obama's goal of winning the future ultimately results in losing both the present and the future.
February 17 2011 - 9:20 AM | By: Doug Brady
Today, to add to the fun, we present Obama's new press secretary, Jay Carney, as he explains to Jake Tapper how adding to the national debt to pay interest is really not...adding to the national debt.
February 17 2011 - 9:19 AM | By: Kelsey
Robin of Berkeley | Liberalism and the Fear of Death
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