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Less than six months after President Obama signed the health reform package there are signs that public support for universal healthcare coverage may be falling among Americans.
The Tea Party movement in Arizona may not have endorsed incumbent John McCain (R-Ariz.) in Tuesday’s primary elections but this did not prevent some conservatives from hailing his victory as a triumph of the grassroots movement.
If anyone wants to shove their heads in the desert sand regarding Iran, have at it. I’m disinclined to hand a free pass to an Islamofascist regime with a pronounced tendency to make the psych ward at Bellevue look like bingo night at the senior center. Read this article for one suggestion for dealing with the problem of a nuclear Iran…
The inability of the average liberal to identify or even care about the wayward path of their political masters has lexicologically welded “liberal” to “hypocrite” in much the same way as “Olbermann” attaches to “twit.” But nothing compares to the Democrat response to a mass gathering of concerned taxpayers.
In the name of safety we have ceded our right not to be searched at airports… almost without a whimper. First we accepted removing our shoes and opening our bags. Then we accepted being frisked and poked and prodded. Then we accepted having our bodies irradiated and naked pictures being taken and ogled at and saved in the system — all in the interest of “safety.” But here’s what really killed the 4th Amendment…
Sensing Senators don’t have the stomach to try and pass a stand-alone bill in broad daylight that would give the President the power to shut down the Internet in a national emergency, the Senate is considering attaching the Internet Kill Switch bill as a rider to other legislation that would have bi-partisan support.
Yesterday’s primaries were expected to be a test of the Tea Party movement’s capacity to influence political outcomes leading up to the general elections in November. With some precincts still counting the votes, it appears that Tea Party-backed candidates did well overall, even if not everywhere.
In its quest to document immigration violations — and the government’s apparent inability to control the incoming flow of people — along the United States-Mexican border, the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) has released a new video reportedly showing gaps in border security.
In my Straight Talk column two weeks ago I said that Daily Wealth gives more genuinely valuable contrarian investment advice than any other website I know of. That’s still true. But what I should have added is that every once in a while you’ll get some political commentary that is so right-on-the-mark you’ll wish you had said it first. Read this article for one example…