If this isn’t proof of deliberate ongoing attempts to reduce America to third-world status, than I don’t know what is. This isn’t happening by accident.
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Facts, history and logic mean nothing to the interventionists. It’s all about “solving problems” that they themselves helped to create. Sometimes it even appears to be deliberate.
This is how the game is played: a “problem” is discovered, a study is funded to offer solutions, a liberal mouthpiece promotes them, a legislator rises to the occasion with proposed legislation. Bingo! Problem solved, freedom reduced.
Predictions that the Tea Party would cave in in opposition to funding Obamacare are proving premature. It’s the president instead who is losing ground.
Snowden’s revelations are shining the light of day on the incestuous relationship between two of Washington’s most obvious examples of crony capitalism and the intelligence agencies they serve. And serve is indeed the right word!
I’ll take encouragement anywhere I can find it. To me, this is encouraging.
This is bad news. But it’s better to know what happened than to be ignorant of what happened. I’d rather know, than not know.
Jonah Goldberg does a pretty good job in neutralizing Obama’s claim that tax cuts and the free market caused the Great Recession. Obama refers to it incessantly: “Now Gov. Romney believes that with even bigger tax cuts for the wealthy, and fewer regulations on Wall Street, all of us will prosper. In other words, he’d double […]
This is a brutal yet accurate assessment of what happened at the debate: Obama was out of answers. This was the first debate in which Obama has had a record to defend. In 2000, he ran for Congress in a primary race against [communist Black Panther] Bobby Rush and attacked the incumbent. In 2004, he […]
Conor Friedersdorf - Why I Refuse to Vote for Barack Obama I don’t see how anyone who confronts Obama’s record with clear eyes can enthusiastically support him. I do understand how they might concluded that he is the lesser of two evils, and back him reluctantly, but I’d have thought more people on the left would […]