Archives for: "February 2010"

For today’s  intellectual ammunition please permit me to offer you my initial thoughts on Obama’s “Debt Commission” as written for Human Events earlier this week:… more »
The video below is making its way around the Internet, showing Democrat Senators railing against a plan by Republicans during the Bush Administration to use the “nuclear option” in order to get votes through the Senate with a simple majority… more »
The editors at Americans for Limited Government argue that Republicans basically won yesterday’s confrontation with Barack Obama: And over at the American Spectator, Quin Hillyer suggests that… more »
I’m participating in the Leadership Program of the Rockies Annual Retreat today, so I won’t be writing about yesterday’s health care summit.  I’m sure plenty of other people will have covered that Kabuki more than adequately. But… more »
For about six hours today, Republicans will sit down with Barack Obama and representivatives of the administration as Democrats try to fool the public into supporting the shoving of ObamaCare down our throats.  It’s a meeting fraught with peril… more »
Albert Einstein is frequently quoted a saying that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.  Americans would do well to remember this appropriate aphorism when you hear President Obama,… more »
I heard a story on NPR’s “All Things Considered” the other day which left me shaking my head, not because the story was about something important but because the story could have been considered newsworthy. Here’s a  link to the… more »
Let the folks over at CBS know what you think: SHARETHIS.addEntry( { title : 'Grading Obama's first year in office… more »
I’m going to take a few moments away from discussions of political economy to talk about something completely different: Internet radio and my awesome new toy from Logitech: the Transporter. I stumbled upon the Transporter while visitng a local… more »
During my appearance on KBDI television’s “Studio 12″ program last week to discuss the Tea Party movement, the subject came up briefly during the show (and again after the show while we were talking with the moderator, Tamara Banks) of… more »

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