The story of the Colorado shooter failed to meet the mainstream media’s narrative about gun control, and so it has disappeared from view.
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Paul Ryan has now provided all the evidence needed that he is no conservative. He has traded any principles he had for expediency.
The tea party has been compromised and decimated. Ryan has capitulated. Spending will continue unimpended.
Tuesday’s elections reveal a stronger tea party influence than the media recognizes. Especially gratifying was the big NO in Colorado.
The Tea Party is already taking Obama up on his challenge. There will be lots of new faces in Washington in January 2015.
The president should have chosen his words more carefully. The Tea Party is taking him at his word, this time.
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.
I keep forgetting that the Treasury Department is in thrall to the Obama Administration. When the department is asked to jump, they immediately pull out the trampoline and ask, how high, your holiness?
These are the men who are willing to risk it all. Even the Times squeezed out a little appreciation despite their statist inclinations.
We’re about to find out who’s real and who’s fake in the effort to stop Obamacare and begin to slow the growth of government.