Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Sequester Revelation

Obama has the legal power to avoid spending-cut damage. And when the Republicans opened the seventh seal of the sequester, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black and the stars fell unto the Earth; and our nation’s ability to forecast severe weather, such as drought events, hurricanes and tornados, was seriously undermined. […]

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Noonan: Government by Freakout

Obama’s scare tactics aren’t much of a long-term strategy. The president’s sequester strategy is like Howard Beale in “Network”: “Woe is us. . . . And woe is us! We’re in a lot of trouble!” It is always cliffs, ceilings and looming catastrophes with Barack Obama. It is always government by freakout. That’s what’s happening […]

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Political Cartoons: Michael Ramirez

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Christie: I ‘Agree with Andrew Cuomo on 98% of Issues’

By: Ben Shapiro Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ), who is widely expected to run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016, may have just harmed his chances by signifying his support for the policies of ultra-liberal New York governor – and possible 2016 Democratic opponent – Andrew Cuomo. Talking with union leader Larry Bulman, political director […]

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Rand Paul: Sequester A “Pittance” That Nibbles At The Edges

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Jim DeMint: Ted Cruz deserves cheers, not jeers

    By JIM DEMINT Imagine a new senator who ran a campaign of “no more business as usual.” No more special interest politics, no more backroom deals — and he won. He came to Washington, and he delivered. He didn’t stay quiet, he spoke passionately for what he believed in, and he made it […]

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Sensing weakness, Karl Rove’s critics pounce

By MAGGIE HABERMAN      POLITICO For the first time in a dozen years, Karl Rove’s critics smell blood. After his electoral wipeout in November — and motivated by years of resentment that’s spilling over — Rove’s credibility within his own party is at an all-time low. His ability to sell donors on his new endeavor, the […]

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Political Cartoons: Michael Ramirez

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Good News: Delay Of ObamaCare’s Launch More Likely

Health Care: Now that ObamaCare appears unstoppable, the question is can it be delayed? Thanks to bureaucratic bumbling combined with the law’s massive complexity, delay appears to be increasingly inevitable. On Thursday, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus told HHS to cough up details on how it plans to get ObamaCare “exchanges” ready in time […]

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Dramatic Photo of Lightning Striking Vatican after Pope’s Resignation

Here’s the photo everyone has been talking about since yesterday.  I have been so tied up at work that I haven’t been able to really follow the story, so this post isn’t exactly in the “late breaking news” category, it’s just the best I can do under the circumstances. Just coincedence or is God trying to […]

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