Rewarding Irresponsible Decisions with Endless Bailouts
Yesterday, Congress passed H.R. 1106, the Helping Families Save Their Homes Act. Supporters hope this legislation will restore liquidity in the housing market and assist those homeowners who are in
The Year of Reform?
This year has brought good news for freedom and democracy in Oklahoma. Last month, the state’s attorney general, Drew Edmondson, dropped his appeal of a federal court decision, which had
Democrat Congressman Boren: This Bill is Un-American; Obama is a Partisan
I couldn’t agree more: Blue Dog Democrat Boren, the lone Democrat [in the Oklahoma delegation - bf], was the first to pop off about President Obama. Boren said Obama “missed
On the Good News Front – The Incubation Chambers
We lost, however it looks not quite as bad as it did last night. Obama’s victory doesn’t seem to have been as big as either of the Clinton victories, nor
Dem Candidate Refuses to Remove Name of Fallen Soldier from Campaign Website
A Democrat candidate for the Senate in Oklahoma has thus far refused to remove from his campaign website the name of a fallen U.S. soldier despite the fact that the
U. of OK Decertifies Teacher Over His Global Warming Skepticism?
A popular professor of environmental geology seems to be under attack by the University of Oklahoma because of his skepticism over global warming this month. In October Dr. David Deming,
A Pause in the Jubilation: Is Inhofe In Trouble?
Andrew Rice has halved the 20-point lead that Senator Inhofe possessed a month ago. Not only that, but Inhofe’s approval and disapproval ratings are basically the same (46% to 47%);
Consumers and Suppliers Unhappy With Ethanol
A recent New York Times article has helped to expose the frustration of unwilling ethanol consumers and their suppliers. Marine and small engines are sputtering across the nation and fuel
Did you enjoy watching Senator Trainwreck embarrass Harry Reid?
Is this the sort of thing that brightens your day?And, like Constant Reader NightTwister, do you think that “Entertainment this good should cost money”?Well, guess what: it does – because
Senator Reid Offers Excuses Not Solutions
When Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid introduced a massive and unprecedented $10 billion omnibus spending bill this week comprised of about 35 of the 200 bills I have declined to
Thank You RedState and Congratulations on RedState 3.0
As someone who has never been shy about criticizing status quo politics in Washington I’m often asked whether I have much hope for the future of country. While I don’t
Oklahoma Election 2008
As we find ourselves with a new look to the blog and in the summer run up to an election, I thought we’d look at the different offices up for