The US has been so successfully “militarized” that any suggestion of a cut in military spending will be laughed off and ignored.
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For the most part I enjoy reading Ann Coulter’s columns. True, sometimes she is over the top with her vitriol, but most of the time her targets deserve it. But her column today betrays her. She makes two mistakes immediately – two incorrect assumptions in my view – and comes out with the inevitable wrong conclusion: Romney […]
Congress, as usual, continues to put things off until the very last minute. Well, that last minute for the USPS is October, when it is estimated to run out of operating cash.
The cynic in me says: nothing much will come of this. It’s like pre-season football: lots of noise that signifies nothing.
Technology is racing ahead of our Constitutional protections. The CIA will soon know everything about everybody. Welcome to 1984.
For being around the Illinois state capitol for the past 20 years, Senator Lauzen certainly has a “Pollyanna” view of how to fix things. He actually makes it sound easy.
It’s dangerous to make predictions, especially about the future! But this looks like a lock.
How would you like to be the Postmaster General? He can’t do anything constructive, and he’s running out of money. Congress just wants to kick the can until after the election. But here’s $11 billion to tide things over for a little while. Now be a nice boy and go away, okay?
Who am I to argue with these experts? The economy is growing…a little…I think…maybe…but wait…no…perhaps…well…
The title of this article should be stronger. Something like: CISPA is just part of the game. White House threats are part of the game, offering token resistance and avoiding any conversation about the bill’s total unconstitutionality and that it should be rejected out of hand.