Monthly Archives: December 2010

More Obama administration crooks

Here’s one more to add to the list: Financier Steven Rattner and New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo put to rest what became a personal and bitter legal faceoff Thursday, agreeing to settle the Wall Street deal maker’s role in … Continue reading

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Sad that there needs to be such a category…

Big Nannies of the Year – Michelle Malkin – National Review Online.

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Post-Christmas point to ponder

Armstrong Williams: Secularist Assault on Christmas and Christianity

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Quote of the day

One of the biggest obstacles to economic recovery is that politicians and the media are both focused on how government can MAKE the economy recover, rather than on how it can LET the economy recover. One of the biggest deterrents … Continue reading

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And not a moment too soon…

Enumerated Powers Make A Comeback – Mona Charen – National Review Online. This is in praise of Judge Henry Hudson’s commonsense ruling that the Federal government does not have unfettered power to do anything it chooses and that the Constitution … Continue reading

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Unbelievable

The unbridled arrogance of Harry Reid and Co. is stunning.  After neglecting to pass the needed appropriations for 11 months, they now tell us we MUST accept another 2000 page “Omnibus” spending bill stuffed with pork or disaster will ensue … Continue reading

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Quote of the day

“I think the direct reason the federal government was not competent in responding to a crisis the way it should have been was basically that the government is trying to do too many things. It’s lost its focus. You’ve got … Continue reading

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