Energy Secretary Steven Chu to take the fall for Solyndra.
Secretary Chu will take “full responsibility” today for the government’s decision to throw a half-billion’s worth of taxpayer money into a failing energy company, despite its own watchdogs’ recommendations (and
Wisconsin Democrats voting the graveyard on Walker recall?
[UPDATE] Before anybody starts complaining that I shouldn’t have taken this calendar entry seriously, I’d just like to note: as of 10:54 AM EST, so did up to 71 Wisconsin
Stuck in traffic on November 17th? Look for the union label!
The n-dimensional geniuses over at SEIU (Michigan) have decided to link up with the Occupy Ringworm people in declaring November 17th to be Bridge Action Day – which should, of
White House scheduled Solyndra layoffs for after ’10 elections?
I am almost relieved by this: The Obama administration urged officers of the struggling solar company Solyndra to postpone announcing planned layoffs until after the November 2010 midterm elections, newly
Perry’s government reform speech.
So, Governor Rick Perry made a speech today where he proposed the following: Ending the practice of giving lifetime appointments to federal judges (current judges would not be affected); Cutting
Blogcon 11 Interview: Karen Harrington (R CAND, FL-20 Primary)
That would be the district currently Occupied by Debbie Wasserman Schultz; at least, it is when DWS has time to spare from being Barack Obama’s trained seal at the DNC.
Video: “Every Generation.”
One of the nice things about attending Freedomwork’s Blogcon last weekend was that I had the opportunity to get an early look at the Veteran’s Day video that RedState’s Ben
Obama administration gives $433m no-bid contract to Democratic donor.
The last time I checked, didn’t the Left call this sort of thing ‘crony capitalism?’ Over the last year, the Obama administration has aggressively pushed a $433-million plan to buy
Blogcon11 1, Occupy Denver 0.
It’s kind of sad when you show up to a protest and the people that you’re trying to intimidate have better and louder chants. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qwD-vHGtqk&feature=youtube_gdata_player “We want the dog! We
RS Interview – Matt Kibbe (Freedomworks President)
As the video mentions, Matt helped kick off the festivities this morning. We talked about Blogcon, Freedomworks, and various priorities for 2012: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0EADy0NG5Y&sns=em
Eric Holder admits differences between F&F, OWR.
(Via Instapundit) For those needing background: “F&F” is Operation Fast & Furious, which is an Obama-era operation in which guns were actively allowed to cross over the border (without any
The “Aside from that, Mr. Lane, how was the CNBC debate?” Overnight Open Thread.
Well, let’s see: the lack of an official live feed was exasperating and Cramer was, well, Cramer. Newt ate another moderator’s liver and came back for seconds. As for the
Virginia Senate control hangs by thread.
The Washington Post sums it up: at least six seats lost by the Democrats (including their House Minority Leader) in the House of Delegates and either one (Bill Stanley over
Occupy DC: Corporate-funded, corporate-controlled, corporate-aimed.
This ABC News article is correct enough, as it goes: On the surface, the “Occupy the Koches: Guerilla Drive-In” event looked like any other “Occupy” movement protest against the proverbial
RS Interview: Dan Liljenquist (R, UT-SEN District 23)
This interview was from last week; unfortunately, technical difficulties were… difficult. Dan Liljenquist is developing a name in the Utah legislature for his past work on pension reform and current