On H1B Visas: Scott Walker Will Fight For American Workers, Senators Cruz and Rubio Not So Much.
One of the few intelligent and worthwhile things that John Maynard Keynes contributed to society is the following quote “When my information changes, I alter my conclusions. What do you do, sir?” Governor Scott Walker’s information has recently changed. Remember that Governor Walker had the guts to back down the Progressive Establishment in The Democratic Party of Wisconsin. It thus comes as no surprise that | Read More »
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, flip flops
, glenn beck
, H1B Visas
, Jennifer Rubin
Charlie vs. Charlie: Education!
Charlie VS. Charlie: Education! We all know Charlie Crist used to be a Republican. We also know he is now running for Governor of Florida as a Democrat. So I’ve decided to take a look at some of the major issues Charlie Crist has flipped on. Let’s start with education, shall we? As a Republican, Charlie Crist was a pro school choice Republican. That | Read More »
, Charlie Crist
, flip flops
, Rick Scott
Rick Perry: Flip-Flopper (Updated)
A profoundly dishonest narrative about the Republican presidential field has taken root in the blogosphere. Mitt Romney, we’re told, is the smooth-talking phony whose conservatism is mostly fraudulent, while Rick Perry is the “conservative of conviction” whose only real shortcomings concern presentation. Though this narrative depends on several disingenuous attacks on Romney, it must be admitted that Romney is far from ideal, and his actual | Read More »
, Al Gore
, Arizona Immigration Law
, Fed Up
, flip flops
, Gay Marriage
, Mitt Romney
, path to citizenship
, Republican Party
, Republican Primary
, rick perry
, Rudy Giuliani
, Social Security
, States rights
, War on Terror
Obama Administration HALTS Prosecution of USS Cole Bomber?
Wasn’t it Obama who said: “It’s time to better protect the American people and our values by bringing swift and sure justice to terrorists…” So why is it that a year later, Obama is not just delaying “swift and sure justice to terrorists”… but bringing it to a screeching halt? In a filing this week in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, | Read More »
Are Made-for-TV Elections Pre-Empting Real Elections?
Greetings from New Haven— I’m sure you’ve noticed it. They’re doing it now to John McCain by saying he can’t win. They did it to Hillary Clinton in the primaries when she wouldn’t give in. And they’ve done it in other elections, like when they projected Reagan the winner over Jimmy Carter in 1980 with polls still open from coast to coast. Why can’t they | Read More »
Why Obama’s Flip-Flops Matter
If you looked at Barack Obama’s record, public statements and campaign platform as of any time before June 3, 2008 (the last day of the Democratic primaries), you could detect a trend: on issue after issue after issue, there was a conservative position, a moderate position, a liberal position…and then there was an Obama position. Other liberals opposed the Iraq War; Obama called for complete | Read More »
Hope and Change and Culture and Civility
In our super-secret Contributor’s Conclave, we were discussing a certain Presidential candidate of notorious metrosexual proclivities, who had the bald effrontery to wear flip-flops with a blazer and slacks. And the question quite logically was asked: “This guy is supposed to bring culture and civility back to the White House?” To the best of my knowledge, Obama has promised Hope and Change, rather than culture | Read More »
McCain Goes On Offense!
The Obama Iraq Documentary: Whatever the Politics Demand
Obama Tells Us What He Won’t Do
From an AP wire story, we hear that Senator Obama believes the US economy is in recession. If you’re in business or you follow business, your response is likely to be “No [excrement], Sherlock.” What frustrates me no end, however, are statements like these, which are being spun as His Highness’ “most definitive” statements yet on the economy: “I have little doubt that we’ve moved | Read More »