Democrats vow to protect Boehner
Has this ever happened before in the history of the House of Representatives? A profoundly ineffective Speaker, a Speaker so weak that he has to depend on Democrat votes to pass legislation, is given assurances by the opposition party that they will protect him against his own caucus? Via The Hill: A number of right-wing Republicans, long wary of Boehner’s commitment to GOP efforts attacking | Read More »
Breaking: Right to Work has passed in Wisconsin.
Right to work will be established in Wisconsin next week.
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Big February Jobs Report and Apple is Added to the Dow
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the February jobs report, the story told by the raw numbers and Apple replacing AT&T in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
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FREAK regulation leaves us less secure
The liberals, anarchists, and socialists are all telling us how Obama’s new Internet regulation plan is such a great idea. They say we need to trust government bureaucrats to keep us better off, making the Internet more like the DMV, instead of managed by corporations which are evil because they invest, compete, and create incentives were better, faster Internet for us, makes more money for | Read More »
WHOSE hill? OUR hill! WHOSE hill? OUR hill!
Capitol Hill is America’s hill, not the Democratic party’s. We reserve the right to have our kids slide down on it when it snows.
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The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Friends: Hillary’s Email, King v. Burwell, Net Neutrality & CPAC
Welcome back to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Friends! Tonight’s panel features regulars Scott Lincicome of the Cato Institute, F. Bill McMorris of the Washington Free Beacon, Jay Caruso of Pocket Full of Liberty, and guest Brian Faughnan of the LIBRE Initiative. Also, producer Aaron Gardner joins the panel as a contributor tonight as the guys talk Hillary’s private email account, the King v. | Read More »
These GOP Representatives think you are idiots UPDATED
One of the classic stunts in Washington is to vote for and against a bill. While made “voting for it before voting against it” famous, he is by no means the only practitioner. Bob Dole was eviscerated because his voting record was replete with instances of him taking both sides on a position. When the House of Representatives grabbed its collective ankles on Tuesday and | Read More »
Texas Files Early Discovery Motion Against Obama
The Texas Attorney General is attuned to the news cycle as the rest of us. This week came word that the Obama Administration had actually begun implementing his executive amnesty plan well before he claimed to. In fact, his administration claimed that the amnesty plan would not be implemented until mid-February. A few days before the start of implementation, a federal judge in Texas issued | Read More »
In King v. Burwell, Liberals Substitute False Confidence for Facts
Any seasoned Supreme Court watcher will tell you that it is impossible to predict with any level of certainty what the Supreme Court will do about anything. Generally speaking, the more confident someone sounds during the course of predicting the outcome of a Supreme Court case, the less confidence you should have in their analysis. This leads directly to the phenomenon we are witnessing now | Read More »