Archives for: "April 2010"

I’m not going to spend a lot of time on this.  Yesterday, Charlie Crist proved to one and all that he is an egomaniac when he announced he will run for the U.S. Senate as an Independent after his hug of Obama, his support of the stimulus bill, and… more »
Guest blog note by Greg Staff I just love that Ken Salazar has approved a monstrous financial and environmental boondoggle, as reported here:… more »
It’s very hard to find an economist even in the same league of optimism as my almost-always-upbeat friend, Brian Wesbury.  But if there is such a person, it would have to be Larry Kudlow, CNBC’s champion of capitalism and liberty.  Not… more »
American Majority, RedState, Smart Girl Politics, and the Hancock Committee for the States are putting together a series of “Post-Parties” around the country with the idea that Tea Partiers need to move from protesting to implementation.… more »
As I predicted just two days ago, the GOP is so scared of being portrayed as defenders of Goldman Sachs that they’re starting to cave in on the financial regulation bill which will do great damage to American consumers and add frightening new… more »
H/T Todd Shepherd & Yesterday on the Caplis and Silverman radio show, Denver Mayor and Democratic candidate for Governor John Hickenlooper came on the air to answer questions about why he is refusing to disclose the recipients… more »
In what is becoming clear to me that it will be an ongoing occasional series, here’s the latest piece of evidence that Jews should be abandoning any support for the Obama Administration with all haste.  As if Obama’s allowing Iran to get… more »
Within a note attacking Rob Jesmer, Executive Director of the NRSC, Erick Erickson of the influential conservative blog makes some assertions about Jane Norton which I simply can’t let stand unchallenged even though I have not… more »
Kevin Williamson of National Review has an article on the National Review website today called “Goodbye Supply Side” in which he correctly describes the lack of success our nation has had with spending cuts but, in my view, understates… more »
In a vote that is both more and less significant than it’s been portrayed in the media, Senate Republicans held together to deny Harry Reid and Chris Dodd the single Republican vote they need to begin full debate on Dodd’s financial… more »

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