Archives for: December 2011

Obama: No friend of the middle class

It's not surprising that President Obama's re-election strategy is to "cast himself as a middle class warrior." What is surprising is that he thinks he can get away with it. The fact that he actually might says less about Obama than about Americans' und… more »

Radio schedule today (Dec 29)

Today (Thursday, Dec 29), I’ll be in with Tom Tancredo on the Caplis & Silverman Show on 630 KHOW (http://khow.com) from 3 PM to 6 PM Mountain Time. And then I’ll be in on a late version of the Michael Brown Show on NewsRadio 850 KOA… more »

Expensive but the government will buy it

H/T Mike R. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFSR4bCyzkA more »

Radio schedule today (Dec 27)

Today (Tuesday, Dec 27), I'll be in with Tom Tancredo on the Caplis & Silverman Show on 630 KHOW (http://khow.com) from 3 PM to 6 PM Mountain Time. Topics will include Air Jordans, the national popular vote movement, and more. And then I'll be in… more »

Big week of radio

I'll be doing minimal blogging this week as I expect to be doing something like 18 hours of radio over the course of the week and that's going to take most of my blogging time in preparation. Today (Monday, Dec 26), I'll be in for Steve Kelley on 710… more »

Merry Christmas (from your Jewish blogger)

I wish you all a very Merry Christmas, and offer the following thoughts made more profoundly by Kyle Broflovski than I ever could: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4s5MMLN_NY more »

Under the weather

For those of you wondering why I haven't blogged in a couple of days, I've come down with a very nasty cold, sore throat, aches so bad my teeth hurt... I'll try to get back to blogging tomorrow. more »

No fault of their own

In Tuesday’s House of Representatives debate, Representative Chris van Hollen (D-MD) said that Congress had a responsibility to extend unemployment benefits to those who are “unemployed through no fault of their own.” Minority leader Nancy Pelosi used… more »

Function or dysfunction?

Wherever you go on news or business TV today, all the talk is about congressional "dysfunction" or the travesty of the House Republicans refusing to pass the Senate's utterly lame two month extension of a payroll tax cut, unemployment benefits, and a… more »

Jed Babbin: Iraq in the Rearview Mirror

For today's reading, I'd like to suggest everyone closely read Jed Babbin's piece (actually published yesterday) on the past and future of Iraq: Iraq in the Rearview Mirror more »
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