UPDATED: Colorado Democrats Take Extreme Position on Abortion Rights
*Update at bottom* Colorado Democrats have taken the assault on the unborn to new depths. The anti-life legislation currently making its way through the Colorado Senate is so extreme that
Opening our eyes on Tax Day
There’s no experience quite like filling out quarterly estimated taxes for the first time. All of the mechanisms designed to make taxation as painless as a mosquito bite are disabled.
Barack Obama cooking the Census books over #Obamacare.
There are a lot of people in the health care pundit business who are screaming about this piece of news right now: “The Census Bureau, the authoritative source of health
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Democrats Showing Flopsweat In Arizona Races
Polls show pretty clearly that there’s at least one part of the Democratic coalition that’s deeply unhappy with the Obama Administration so far: Hispanic voters. Many voted for Barack Obama
If Obamacare Were Working, They Would Not Do This
One must admire the Obama Administration’s willingness to use every tool at its disposal to win an argument. They are now changing the way the census records healthcare data to
Jeb Hensarling Tackles the Export-Import Bank and Crony Capitalism
The Export-Import Bank, the darling of K Street lobbyists, is up for reauthorization and there are encouraging signs that House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling just might have
In Honor of Tax Day: The Truth About the IRS Scandals
Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by Charles Johnson to discuss his book, The
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The Common Core Problem
I don’t think Common Core supporters understand what they’ve done. The supporters of common core seem to think that people should be thanking them for the great benefit that is
Tech at Night: Why NSA probably didn’t know about Heartbleed. Music royalty issues.
If you want an explanation of the ‘Heartbleed’ bug in the news, Francis Cianfrocca gives a good explanation in Coffee and Markets. But more important is his point about NSA.
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Welcome to The Vine, where every week I strive to bring you updates from around the pro-life community to help you keep up with the ever constant battle to save lives.
Unions, Chambers, Politicians Agree: Ohio Needs More Debt
Labor unions, Chamber of Commerce affiliates, and both major political parties support Strong Ohio Communities, a campaign to issue $1.875 billion in new state bonds for local public works projects.
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John Paul Stevens: What Is This Second Amendment Crap Anyway?
Whenever a liberal sets out to make something better, you need to run for cover. You need look no further than the Great Society, the War on Poverty, or Obamacare
A Personal Note
Over the weekend, my friend Herb Emory died. We referred to him as Captain Herb. If any of you have spent any time in Atlanta in the past several decades,
A Tale Of Shoe Pities: Bush Versus Hillary In Footwear Follies
This morning on Fox and Friends, the hosts aired a short segment showing media reactions to the Bush shoe toss incident versus the reactions to the Hillary dodge from last
Wendy Davis Uses The Texas Senate As Her Piggy Bank
Once upon a time Texas state senator and gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis promised her constituents that the work her law firm did on behalf of local governments would not become