Archives for: April 2010

Michelle Malkin: Dems are the party of Not Taxed Enough

It still amazes me that the Democrats bet that people would like Obamacare more as they learned more about it.  How could that ever have seemed true, even to a partisan Dem? Michelle Malkin (along with others she quotes) lays out the tax tsunami about… more »

Sen. Mark Udall begins public involvement in Cory Voorhis case

From the "better late than never" files, I am pleased to be able to break the news that Colorado Senator Mark Udall is getting involved in the Cory Voorhis case. Specifically, Sen. Udall has sent a letter to Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napoli… more »

No matter how you ask the question...

Polls are consistently pointing toward the Democrats being trounced in November elections. More than that, however, the anti-big-government mood of the people is palpable despite all efforts by the lamestream media to cover a once-simmering and now boili… more »

Peter Hitchens: China's "Gendercide"

H/T Christopher Sanders The following article by Peter Hitchens for the UK Daily Mail newspaper is so intense that I am unable to say anything more than "please read this..." See "Gendercide: China's shameful massacre of unborn girls means there will… more »

Leftist political violence in New Orleans

Connie Hair is reporting on the beatings of a Bobby Jindal fundraiser and her boyfriend who were apparently attacked because they were wearing Sarah Palin pins. For all the talk of fear that Tea Partiers will turn violent, this is just the latest in a… more »

Mark Kirk still seems worthless to me

I criticized Mark Kirk extremely harshly last June when he voted for the House's cap-and-trade bill while offering a lame excuse on behalf of a big energy company in his district.  A good friend has since worked to help raise money for Kirk's campaign an… more »

Breaking: Presidency to be outsourced, saving nation from bankruptcy more »

The most important story of the day

Make sure you check out the name of the hospital in this tragic case: more »

Connie's Congress starts today

I'm pleased to be able to tell you that my colleague at Human Events, Connie Hair, the hardest-working political reporter on Capitol Hill (and one of the only real conservatives among that group), has her own new section on the front page of the HumanEve… more »

Hickenlooper: We won't get fooled again

I wrote the following letter to the Denver Post a week ago in response to an article about oil and gas regulations "no longer (being a) hot button issue in (the) governor's race":The Denver Post seems to be buying into John Hickenlooper's campaign str… more »
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