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Monthly Archives: March 2010

The intelligence agency who cried “Wolf.”

Let’s play “Compare & Contrast.” [Washington Times] Iran is poised to begin producing nuclear weapons after its uranium program expansion in 2009, even though it has had problems with thousands of its centrifuges, according to a newly released CIA report. “Iran continues to develop a range of capabilities that could be applied to producing nuclear […]

ObamaCare impact on business

The proof of the pudding is in the eating, and as people start to realize how many anti-business provisions are in this 1,900-page monstrosity they’re going to find that this is really, really awful tasting pudding. Just 24 hours into this mess, Investor Business Daily’s Dave Hogberg finds a quick 20 ways ObamaCare erodes your […]

Some thoughts on ObamaCare…

Before I begin, reflect on the the Tenth Amendment, and Article 1, Section 8 (which : Amendment X: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” A1, S8, Clause 3: Congress shall be empowered “To […]

Obama Akbar!

ObamaCare & “Demon Pass”

Um, “Deem and Pass” that is, although the American public, of whom only 25 percent polled actually want the existing version(s) of ObamaCare (and a CNN poll at that!) might one day argue to the Democrats’ demise that it was “Demon Passed” — given the amount of obfuscation and chicanery Democrats are exhibiting to enact […]

Four parting shots from Thiessen’s “Courting Disaster.”

The following excerpts are taken from Marc Thiessen’s book Courting Disaster — and relevant to the discussion post below regarding Obama Justice Department officials who worked previously defending terrorists (point #3 is huge): Others say that the lawyers at these firms are in fact following a  great American tradition, in which everyone gets a lawyer […]

Mukasey’s high road vs. Thiessen’s “tell it like it is.”

There’s an interesting debate between two former Bush Administration officials regarding the Obama’s  attempt to hide the fact that many of the policy-makers in the Justice Department previously defended al-Qaeda and Taliban detainees in private practice. Both Michael Mukasey, former U.S. attorney general, and Marc Thiessen, former Bush adviser, make comparisons to the Democrats smearing […]

Stossel 1, O’Reilly 0.

Here’s John Stossel: Would libertarian Stossel let insurance companies run wild? That’s how Bill O’Reilly teases my Factor appearance tonight. Bill and I at least agree about the problems with Obamacare, especially the out of control costs it would bring. But he thinks that the government must step in to “regulate insurance companies”, to “make […]