OPINIONS: “When candidate Obama showed up, I realized that I had heard his typical stump speech every single day of my old Soviet life from big and small Communist party bosses
Confession of a Reluctant Tea-Partier
When candidate Obama showed up, I realized that I had heard his typical stump speech every single day of my old Soviet life from big and small Communist party bosses — the same structure, the same cadences, the same bogeymen. More
The Senate might not bother to vote on either of two competing Libyan resolutions, stated John Kerry, and it seems that the deadline of the War Powers Resolution will be ignored.
The House Ethics Committee is not made up of foxes guarding the henhouse. They're sloths guarding the foxhole.
Andrew J. Coulson in the Orange County Register.
Obama economy good for some people
June 15, 2011
If your net worth is not up 62% last year, then maybe you're not Nancy Pelosi/ More
A Curious Insularity - Victor Davis Hanson, National Review
Worst Is Yet to Come in GOP Race - Kevin Drum, Mother Jones
The Real Case Against Elitism - Philip Klein, Washington Examiner
The Week – Wed Jun 15, 12:06 pm ET
New York - Islamabad and D.C. were already at odds, and now, Pakistan's detention of informants who fed America intel on bin Laden will likely make things worse Full Story »
Waiting for the Texas Chief - Ruben Navarrette, Denver Post
Top Radio Talkers Sell Endorsements - Vogel & McCalmont, Politico
The Sleaziness of Politico's Kenneth Vogel - Mark Levin, Human Events
Wisconsin's Incredible Shrinking Protest - Christian Schneider, NRO
by Jack Dunphy
The Sacramento Bee would have you believe that if you favor taking a hard line on crime, you are no better than the reprobates from America’s past who argued for slavery.
Obama and the Ghost of Hoover - Walter Russell Mead, American Interest
New Map Has Dems California Dreaming - Sean Trende, RealClearPolitics
Is Mitt Romney Now Mr. Right for GOP? - Margaret Carlson, Bloomberg
Such a warning has never come from the regime before.
What should we do with an organization bent on destroying the American way of life en route to establishing a global Islamic dominion?
The Week – Wed Jun 15, 11:08 am ET
New York - A new survey suggests that fulltime moms do twice as much parenting work as their male counterparts — and are therefore twice as valuable Full Story »
June 15, 2011, at 10:49 AMThe U.S. is reportedly ramping up drone attacks against al Qaeda suspects in Yemen. Is this a logical extension of the war on terror, or a dangerous violation of the law?
June 15, 2011, at 10:18 AMThe Tea Party favorite began the week as a dark horse, but a winning debate performance may have catapulted her to the top of the GOP heap
GOP Debate Shows Joke Could Be on Obama - Toby Harnden, The Telegraph
States Balance Budgets With Cuts, Not Taxes - Pamela Prah, Stateline
The "Anti-Christie" Agenda Driving Connecticut - Steven Malanga, RCM
The Week – Wed Jun 15, 6:49 am ET
Why Capitalism Is So Pernicious - Eugene McCarraher, The Nation
The Failure of Obama's Stimulus Is No Joke - Rush Limbaugh
New Solar Forecast Hints at Big Chill - Alan Boyle, MSNBC
China's Cyberassault on America - Richard Clarke, Wall Street Journal
Obama Energy Policy Remains "a Hodgepodge" - Alexis Simendinger, RCP
Pakistan arrests CIA informants who fingered bin Laden
June 15, 2011
Punishing cooperation. More
Internal emails and faxes document the university’s collusion with the 56-nation Organization of the Islamic Conference to promote criminalizing “Islamophobia.”
by Barry Rubin
Only by forgetting history, distorting it, or leaving out huge chunks of reality can Obama supporters defend his policy in the Mideast.
by Ryan Mauro
For al-Qaeda’s number two, it’s a question of trying to keep the organization together in the aftermath of bin Laden’s death.