March 27, 2010
Where has this guy been?

For the record, I recommend Ed Whelan’s article on President Barack Obama’s nominee to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Goodwin Liu. Having said that, where has lawyer Thomas Goldstein, the publisher of SCOTUSblog, been the past 3 decades? Volkoh Conspiracist Jonathan H. Adler sums up Goldstein’s position on the Liu nomination thusly: Goldstein’s central […]

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March 26, 2010
How do you like it now?

Now that the Obamacare is the law of the land, we’re finally getting an idea of how this is really going to work. As House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, they had to pass the bill before we could know what’s in it. So what is in it? Are premiums going to go down 3000 percent […]

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March 24, 2010
A bit of practical advice

UPDATED and BUMPED For those of you who don’t have employer-provided insurance and who have decided to insure your kids instead of yourselves – if this bill becomes law drop the coverage for your kids and get it for yourself. Why? Because as soon as the bill becomes law, it will be illegal to deny […]

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March 22, 2010
More wasteful spending

I keep getting the feeling that the 2010 Census has a secondary purpose of propping up the U.S. Postal Service. First, they send a letter telling you that next week you’ll get the census form. Then you get the census form. The next week they send you a reminder post card to return the census, […]

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March 21, 2010
The Final Countdown

A few thoughts as it appears that the Democrats have finally managed to bribe, cajole and lie their way to a “victory” on health care “reform” later tonight. Bart Stupak is either not pro-life or stupid. He’s not stupid. Stupak apparently knew this day would come, and accurately predicted that he’s a sell-out. You can […]

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March 20, 2010
It’s just not fair

I think the American people would really appreciate it if the Democrats could come up with someone to match wits with Rep. Paul Ryan. This sort of thing just isn’t fair. In fact it’s probably a form of elder abuse (as it relates to Reps. Louise Slaughter and Sander Levin) and a hate crime (as […]

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March 20, 2010
Assume the position

In the next 24-48 hours, the House will “vote” and the Senate health care reform bill will be passed – or “deemed” passed. There will be debate and lawsuits to follow as to whether President Obama can sign the Senate bill or whether the Senate must approve the House’s “fixes” first, etc. ad infinitum. Democrats […]

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March 18, 2010
Modus operandi

For the past couple of weeks, Fox News White House reporter Major Garrett has been trying to get flack Robert Gibbs to confirm or deny Rep. Joe Sestak’s claim that he was offered a job (allegedly Secretary of the Navy) in return for dropping out of his primary challenge against incumbent Sen. Arlen Specter. Such […]

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March 17, 2010
The health care reform post

Fox News’ Bret Baier today did the best interview of President Obama any journalist has done since he first began running for president when he was in college. Unlike the sycophants in the rest of the mainstream media, Baier repeatedly returned to questions that Obama failed to answer the first time as he went off […]

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March 17, 2010
True colors

A couple months back, Editor & Publisher magazine – often referred to as the bible of the newspaper industry – was shut down. (It has since re-opened under new management.) The two top men at the magazine have now found other employment. Greg Mitchell is now in the employ of The Nation. Joe Strupp is […]

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