This morning we talked about the left's blind spot for dictator's In Jay Nordlinger Impromptus yesterday he points out that the dictators and their families know who they are and who they love: Mutassim (Qaddafi Gaddafi whatever) had a Dutch girlfriend, a nudie model. Here is a snippet from a Telegraph article: “The hedonist son … Continue reading Another Nordlinger Gem on Libya
Representative Andre Carson gives outburst and his decision to stand behind it reminded me so something I had read from Cynthia Tucker in the AJC: Unfortunately — like so many measures designed to provide redress for historic wrongs — those racially gerrymandered districts also come with a significant downside: They discourage moderation. Politicians seeking office … Continue reading The side effect of majority/minority
Just a reminder of the type of stuff you could find on TV just two years ago concerning this president: From The end of Time Part 1: "Don't forget tomorrow night, Christmas broadcast, President Obama, he's promised to end the recession!" "Barack Obama will lead us all into a new age of prosperity" Just to … Continue reading Remember when people thought Obama would save the world economy?
The left and the administration very much want the election to be about religion. Because they sure in hell don't want it about this: In a stunning development, the economy added no net jobs in August, despite forecasts predicting roughly 75,000 new jobs would be created - and the unemployment rate remained 9.1 percent. and … Continue reading Yes Byron they DO want the election to be about religion
I see the hand wringing concerning Wikileaks "accidental" leaking of totally unredacted US cables and I find it an insult to my intelligence. Every generation we seem to have these groups or organization that cry freedom but tend to oppose only US interests. We saw it in the anti-war groups that opposed the US but … Continue reading Is anyone actually falling for this Wikileaks stuff?