GOP should introduce ‘Warren Buffett regulation’ in tax package
Republicans should introduce the ‘Warren Buffett Tax Me Regulation’ as part of the tax package being negotiated with Democrats. Republicans want to leave tax rates as they are while progressive
President faked to center then to left
Media reported President Barack Obama’s nod to fiscal reform this week—he froze federal employee salaries for two years, projecting a savings of more than $5 billion. The president’s love of
Did carbon emissions ruling open unanticipated possibilities?
Lawsuits have long been the weapon of choice for leftwingers. One powerful ruling came in the case of Massachusetts et al. v. EPA et al. The Pew Center for Global
Will the DREAM Act produce an American nightmare?
Advocacy groups are pushing for passage of the DREAM Act in the Lame Duck session of Congress, and Republicans I view as left of center are part of that effort.
Stop HR 1388 group aims at concealed spending in “reauthorization” bill
In less than 48 hours, the Facebook Group Stop HR 1388 drew more than 2,100 members hoping to block passage of HR 1388, known in the House as the GIVE bill.
Turkey revelry in Washington: U.S. legislators give thanks
Most of us will say abundant gratitudes on Thursday for family, friends and a roof over our heads, but our elected officials in Washington have some rather unique blessings to
About that $150k: Dear Republican National Committee
Dear RNC,RNC donor here—McCain campaign donor too. I’ve followed news reports about money spent on Gov. Sarah Palin’s large family—clothing, baby goods, what have yous. Gov. Palin is in the
Al Jazeera scoops ‘military giants’ meeting between US, China in Hawaii
(Pearl Harbor)–Al Jazeera, the Middle Eastern news agency, scooped a story about a military meeting between the U.S. and China that hasn’t appeared in a newspaper in either country. The
‘Senator Government’ vs. Joe the Plumber in final presidential debate
It was a comical moment many may have missed in the final presidential debate, and for Sen. John McCain it was a slip of the tongue. But it made a
YouTube yanks McCain videos and there’s a definite backstory
Sen. John McCain’s campaign protested removal of videos by YouTube because of takedown notices even though the videos did not infringe on copyrights. Via a letter dated Oct. 13 to