April 25, 2009
Bill Schneider's presidential kneepads

CNN's Bill Schneider suggests that Barack Obama is the "superpresident." He comes to this conclusion after noting: According to Gallup polling examining past presidents' job approval, that's similar to where the last six elected presidents stood after 100 days. Only Ronald Reagan got a slightly higher rating (67 percent). Bill Clinton and the first President […]

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April 24, 2009
Now read this!

Charles Krauthammer's latest column on what you old people can expect in your later years: rationing of health care. Pressure on the Presses -- the Wall Street Journal's helpful graphic on the decline and fall of the newspaper industry.

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April 24, 2009
That didn't last long

I've only seen it reported openly on Fox News and in passing at Politico.com, but it appears that the "tax cut for 95 percent of Americans" will last all of two years before it dies. To tighten future deficits, the deal requires Obama to accept reductions from his domestic spending plans and forego favorite tax […]

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April 24, 2009
Politifact vs. Weekly Standard

I've mentioned before that Pulitzer Prize-winning Web site Politifact.com isn't as unbiased as they would have you believe -- they're just not as far to the left as, say, The New York Times. Late last month, Politifact.com determined the House GOP conference was telling a "Pants on fire" lie about President Barack Obama's cap-and-trade proposal's […]

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April 23, 2009
For the record

UPDATE! This post has been updated. I think she's lying. Pelosi: I didn't know about waterboarding I'm sorry, its just not credible to attempt to make the distinction between knowing that they had legal memos saying they could waterboard and use other enhanced interrogation techniques, but they hadn't decided on using them yet. I've read […]

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April 22, 2009
Pot, meet kettle

Headline: Clinton: Cheney Not a Reliable Source Do any of these ring a bell? Rose Law Firm billing records Cattle futures White House Travel Office

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April 22, 2009
A flip-flop I approve of

It appears that President Barack Obama will finally buck the unions and move forward on the Colombia Free Trade Agreement. It started Saturday, when he put himself next to Colombian President Alvaro Uribe at lunch and then studiously exchanged notes. Having listened to Uribe, (and that must have been a nice dose of sanity after […]

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April 22, 2009
Why Andrew Sullivan no longer matters

For a couple of years after 9/11, columnist/blogger Andrew Sullivan was sane and realistic. Then he went off the rails and his Daily Dish blog became a two-trick pony -- anti-"torture" and pro gay marriage. Courtesy of Tom Maguire, we have evidence of how far Sullivan has fallen. It is to subject captives to such […]

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April 21, 2009
Our vulgar media

Last week, more than 500,000 people nationwide attended "tea parties" to protest not only taxes, but the Obama administration's out-of-control spending spree. In reporting on this event, various "journalists" on MSNBC and CNN became vulgarians -- referring to the protests as "teabagging". For those unfamiliar with the term, it is an oral sex reference. Once […]

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April 20, 2009
Austan Goolsbee's bad math

White House financial guru Austan Goolsbee just got off Fox News' "Your World with Neil Cavuto" with a whopper that he should've been challenged on. Goolsbee claimed that Republicans have no right to complain about President Barack Obama's historic deficit levels because they supported "multi-trillion dollar unnecessary wars." I'm not sure about his use of […]

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BREAKING: We just filed a motion asking the Ninth Circuit to lift the stay in our lawsuit challenging California's ban on so-called "assault weapons," which, if granted, would allow the judgment striking down the ban to go into effect. Read it here: https://www.firearmspolicy.org/miller

Stole the image from a reddit post, but it appears to be an accurate summary.

The losers in Sacramento are throwing a temper tantrum in response to the ruling in Bruen. Now that they have to issue carry permits, they want to make basically everywhere a "sensitive place".

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