The End of the Orange Revolution?
As the world outside of Barack Obama’s self-absorbed bubble turns: Polls show former communist apparatchik Viktor Yanukovych holding a slim lead over Yulia Tymoshenko in the Ukraine presidential election. Yankukovych
Ranting and Raving, Barney Frank Tips His Hand
According to The Hill: Arguably the nation’s most prominent openly-gay lawmaker this week slammed Defense Secretary Robert Gates for opening a year-long review of the military’s “Don’t ask, don’t tell
That Mass “RhINO” then and that Mass “RhINO” Day One.
Before the Tea Parties, before the Town Halls, back when Obamamania was all the rage, when the political pundits declared the GOP irrelevant, and gloomy conservatives were busy playing the
No One in the Obama Administration Knows How to Make Payroll Says…
Blanche Lincoln? Other outlets have picked up on the testy exchange between Blanche Lincoln and Obama, but this little nugget caught by Glenn Thrush went unnoticed: The seminal moment of
Judd Gregg Schools Wonderboy Peter Orszag on the Meaning of the Law
Senator Judd Gregg schooled OMB Director Peter Orszag on the law and managed to put Bernie Sanders in his place during a hearing on TARP. Judd Gregg has been a
In Defense of Keeping Paul Kirk Seated
Let me preface my comments by stating that Paul Kirk’s decisive vote on the debt ceiling bothers me, and if I had my druthers, he’d be gone. But there is
Indefatigable Enemy of the Republic Dies
Howard Zinn, an immensely influential enemy of our Republic, has passed away. I prefer not speak ill of the recently deceased, but I can’t ignore it either. A prolific writer
Why Does Obama Hate the Space Program?
I’m not a science guy, but something caught my attention about Obama’s SOTU; the surprise and disappointment by many in the scientific community regarding Obama’s dismissal of the space program.
A Serious Discourse on John Maynard Keynes and Friedrich Von Hayek
Well, not maybe not serious, but I bet you’ve never seen Keynesian economics and Austrian economics debated like this:
One Man With Courage Made a Majority
Former Massachusetts governor Paul Cellucci walked through Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall one brisk winter’s day, when he saw a familiar face among the crowd. He spotted the man sitting at