To Our Friends at (The) National Review
From the diaries . . . So with New Hampshire behind us (and with any luck, never again in front of us), and with my tendency to be overloaded with life to the point at which I catch up on things I meant to write two to fifty-two weeks after they are timely, I wanted to say something about the controversy which was and is | Read More »
The Washington Post Goes All-In On Left Crazy: Welcome Think Tanked!
Many of us received a spam email this morning from the Washington Post, announcing they’d hired yet another left-wing thug cheerleader (snazzy uniform optional) for yet another made-up reporting gig that will inevitably degenerate into yet another look-at-the-dirty-racist-conservatives event. After adding Greg “I Think Union Violence Is Progressive” Sargent and Ezra “The Constitution Is, Like, Really Old and Stuff” Klein, and the late Dave “Kyle | Read More »
It’s Pretty Much Our Own Fault.
From the diaries by Jeff As a friend of mine recently put it, I join the gentleman from Texas’s remarks, and know that I cannot surpass them. I would, however, like to add something to them. Any honest reckoning of the budget deal the House GOP appears to have reached must view it as a result of negotiations in which one side — the Democrats | Read More »
Tags: Boehner is a coward
, budget showdown
, Cantor is a spineless wuss
, Eric Cantor
, GOP leadership
, John Boehner
, planned parenthood
Some Thoughts on Judge Vinson’s Decision on the Mandate
(If he won’t front it, I will. – Moe Lane) While trying to drum up business on Friday, between meetings, I took the time to read U.S. District Court Judge Vinson’s decision on the constitutionality of the mandate. (Opinion here.) I have a few thoughts; however, fair warning: I refused to violate my personal ban on doing legal research — that is, free legal work | Read More »