Posted on 09 November 2012.
Posted on 18 October 2012.
On energy, Obama pretends he’s Sarah Palin.
Posted on 17 September 2012.
We’re all protectionists now, apparently.
Posted on 17 September 2012.
“The next Treasury secretary will confront problems so daunting that even Alexander Hamilton would have trouble preserving the full faith and credit of the United States.”
Posted on 03 August 2012.
Google is your friend, Neil.
Posted on 12 June 2012.
Posted on 03 May 2012.
Obama certainly would have.
Posted on 14 March 2012.
The return of the misery index.
Posted on 05 February 2012.
Mitt let’s another liberal genie out of the bottle.
Posted on 05 September 2011.
Sleight of hand from the mainstream media.
Posted on 01 September 2011.
Posted on 26 August 2011.
Where’s the hope?
Posted on 03 June 2011.
Clearly, nothing Governor Palin says or does will be enough for people like Kimberley Strassel, Charles Krauthammer, and Elitist Inc.
Posted on 12 May 2011.
Romneycare = Obamacare
Posted on 20 March 2011.
Here’s a roundup of the event
Posted on 19 March 2011.
“Free people that make up a free country don’t wage war on another free country.”
Posted on 05 March 2011.
The former governor of Alaska, he says, “is in the good tradition of America, which this awful political correctness business goes against.” Plus: “She’s got courage. That’s very important in politics.
Posted on 29 January 2011.
This little spectacle at the Missoula Children’s Theater no less, is indicative of a bigger issue.
Posted on 26 January 2011.
Hence Palin’s entry into politics was initially driven by a desire to improve the community within which her children would grow and develop. Chua spent hours pushing her children to score highly in their school assignments and perform flawlessly at musical recitals. Palin sat through countless evenings at PTA meetings trying to ensure that her kids – and others – got a better deal.
Posted on 19 January 2011.
Liberal women are the active, driving force behind hatred of Sarah Palin, while liberal men’s behavior is passive and manipulative. In this respect, feminism has succeeded in reversing the traditional sexual stereotypes. If this is the result, you have to wonder why anyone would have bothered.
Posted on 18 January 2011.
The EPA, by fiat, has decided to regulate that dangerous carbon dioxide stuff (which we all emit when we breathe) and, in return, has stopped regulating saccharin.
Posted on 09 January 2011.
With only the barest outline of events available, pundits and reporters seemed to agree that the massacre had to be the fault of the tea party movement in general, and of Sarah Palin in particular. Why? Because they had created, in New York Times columnist Paul Krugman’s words, a “climate of hate.”
Posted on 20 December 2010.
Wall Street Journal | Harry Reid’s Holiday Jam
Posted on 19 December 2010.
Wall Street Journal | A Victory for Liberty and the Constitution in Virginia
Posted on 09 December 2010.
In an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal, Governor Palin discusses Paul Ryan’s plan to deal with the nation’s fiscal problems: The publication of the findings of the president’s National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform was indeed, as the report was titled, “A Moment of Truth.” The report shows we’re much closer to the [...]
Posted on 10 November 2010.
In a Wall Street Journal editorial yesterday (to which Ian linked), the editors noted the degree of sophistication Governor Palin is bringing to the table as she attempts to focus the nation’s attention on the disastrous repercussions which must result from a further inflating of the currency. Specifically, she referred to QE2, the Fed’s plan [...]
Posted on 09 November 2010.
Last night Governor Palin face-palmed a lazy Wall Street Journal reporter for not even knowing what was printed on the pages of his own newspaper. Today Ed Morrissey offers his analysis of the one-sided exchange between Governor Palin and the hapless Sudeep Reddy: Does the press ever tire of underestimating Sarah Palin? The latest to [...]
Posted on 08 November 2010.
Via Facebook: Ever since 2008, people seem inordinately interested in my reading habits. Among various newspapers, magazines, and local Alaskan papers, I read the Wall Street Journal. So, imagine my dismay when I read an article by Sudeep Reddy in today’s Wall Street Journal criticizing the fact that I mentioned inflation in my comments about [...]