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Luther Martin was right

"We have two political parties in this country,
the Stupid Party and the Evil Party. I belong
to the Stupid Party."

Alan Simpson, former Republican Senator from Wyoming
"The urge to save humanity is always
a false front for the urge to rule it."

H. L. Mencken

Climate Change Reconsidered
Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change

War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things; the decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse. A man who has nothing for which he is willing to fight; nothing he cares about more than his own personal safety; is a miserable creature who has no chance of being free, unless made and kept so by the exertions of better persons than himself.
John Stuart Mill

Coming soon to Athens? Punish the victim, not the thief.
Savannah eyes crackdown over stray grocery carts

Athens Banner-Herald, July 30,2013

James Garland, longtime Athens political fixture, dies after suffering stroke
Jim Thompson, Athens Banner-Herald, Thursday, May 30, 2013

Dave Barrys Year in Review
Dave Barry, The Miami Herald, Sunday, December 30, 2012

Medicare Bills Rise as Records Turn Electronic
"The most aggressive billing  by just 1,700 of the more than 440,000 doctors in the country 
cost Medicare as much as $100 million in 2010 alone, federal regulators said in a recent report..."
Reed Abelson, Julie Creswell, Griffin J. Palmer, The New York Times, Fdriday,September 21, 2012

Obamacare in one sentence


The Ryan plan in his own words.
Three videos.


T-SPLOST opponents take aim at funding penalty
Dave Williams, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Friday, August 3, 2012

Carter Kessler defeats Chris Perlera in the 118th House District.
Proves Barnum right!

Quick beats McKillip in House District 117;
Frye takes down Heard in District 118 House contest

Jim Thompson, The Athens Banner-Herald, Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Incumbent Broun defeats challenger Simpson
"Incumbent Broun defeats challenger Simpson"
The Athens Banner-Herald, Wednesday, August 1, 2012

U.S. Temperature trends show a spurious doubling due to
NOAA station siting problems and post measurement adjustments.
Posted on July 29, 2012 by Anthony Watts

CFP Board disciplined Simpson
"...engaged in conduct that reflects adversely on his integrity..."
Click on above link for full context.

Oconee GOP: House District 117 Race Robo Calls Not Associated With Party
Candidate Regina Quick's campaign says it's also not responsible for the calls.
Oconee Patch, Monday, July 23, 2012

Broun Campaign: Opponent Simpson Violating Law, Deceiving Voters
Monday, July 23, 2012

Recent droughts don't compare to those in past, study says
Lee Shearer, Athens Banner-Herald, Saturday, June 16, 2012

Broun agrees to debates
Blake Aued, Athens Banner-Herald, Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Lawmakers taking serious look at limiting lobbyists' largesse
Blake Aued, Athens Banner-Herald, Saturday, June 9, 2012

State AG Sam Olens to speak at Athens contraception protest
[This is not about contraception, of course, but about religious freedom.]
Blake Aued, The Athens Banner-Herald, Manday, June 4, 2012

Dubious Donations: Theory and Practice
Scott Johnson,PowerLine, Monday, May 7, 2012

The path to bin Ladens death didnt start with Obama
Jose A. Rodriguez Jr., The Washington Post, Monday, April 30

What the Secret Service could learn from drunken sailors
Roberto Loiederman, The Washington Post, Thursday, April 26, 2012

Dubious Donations (2012 Edition)
Obama's crooked fundraising continues.
Scott Johnson, PowerLine, Monday, April 2, 2012

Police Are Using Phone Tracking as a Routine Tool
Eric Lichtblau, The New York Times,Saturday, March 31, 2012

Republican Party leaders report threats by Paul supporters
Athens Banner-Herald, Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Obamas History Lesson
Future generations will laugh at us for taking him seriously.

Mark Steyn, National Review Online, Saturday, March 17, 2012

SlutGate: Obamas Manufactured Media Tactic
Warner Todd Huston, Big Journalism, March 4, 2012

Occupy Athens to set up tents outside city hall to protest proposed Walmart
Erin France, Athens Banner-Herald, Saturday, March 3, 2012

Broun agrees to debate challenger
Blake Aued, Athens Banner-Herald, Friday, March 2, 2012

Andrew Breitbart dead at 43, Thursday, March 01, 2012

For Women Under 30, Most Births Occur Outside Marriage
"...a hint of coming generational change."
Jason Deparle and Sabrina Tavernise, The New York Times, Friday, February 17, 2012

Caterpillar plant will bring 4,200 jobs, $2.4 billion to Athens region
Blake Aued, Athens Baner Herald, Friday, February 17, 2012

Ga. GOP chair disappointed after debate cancelled
Errin Haines, AP, The Athens Banner-Herald, Friday, February 17, 2012

The Negative Tone of the Campaign Is Blocking the GOP Message
Frank Salvato, Big Government, Sunday, February 12, 2012

Poll: Gingrich up on Santorum, Romney in Ga.
Morris News Service, Friday, February 10, 2012

The lessons of the fall of communism have still not been learnt
The events of 1989 are crucial to any understanding of the present world.

Janet Daley, The Telegraph, Saturday, February 4, 2012

Georgia donors give most cash to Romney
Athens Banner-Herald, Saturday, February 4, 2012

Is Israel preparing to attack Iran?
David Ignatius,The Washington Post, Thursday, February 2, 2012

"[Buffet's secrtary's] earning over $379,150 per year
in taxable income, which places her in the top 1%..."
Analyze This
Scott Johnson, PowerLine, Thursday, January 26, 2012

Misleading downtown Athens Walmart images circulate online
Blake Aued, Athens Banner-Herald, Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Did Gingrichs Win Break the Rules?
Nate Silver, The New York Times, Sunday, January 22, 2012

Is This Any Way To Pick A President? Better Than Any Other!
Of Thee I Sing 1776, Big Government, Sunday, January 15, 2012

Gop Presidential Race 2012
What Really Happened in Gaffney?

"The Left is carrying out a coordinated
attack on Mitt Romneys business career."
John Hinderaker, PowerLine, Thursday, January 12, 2012

ABCs Debate Disaster: Contraception, Gay Marriage Take Priority
P.J. Salvatore, Big Journalism, January 7, 2012

Stephanopoulos struggles with fairness during NH debate
Matthew Boyle, The Daily Caller, 01/07/2012

Republicans sharpen knives for dual debates
Steve Holland, BredRed, Sat Jan 7, 2012

Were Wall Street Banks Bailed Out?
"I used to think that revisionist history could be written
only after lots of people who know better have died."
John Hinderaker, Powerline, Sunday, November 26, 2011

Can the Bulldog Be Saved?
"When I spoke with Sonny Seiler midway through this season,
he said the search was on for Uga IX."
Benoit Denizet-Lewis, The New York Times, Tuesday, November 22, 2011

James Hansen and the Corruption of Science
"The second reason Hansen is in the news is that he failed
to report some $1,600,000 of outside income over several years
as required by his contract for government employment."
John Hinderaker, PowerLine, Sunday, November 20, 2011

80% of Green Energy Loans Went to Obamas Top Donors
Wynton Hall, Big Government, Thursday, November 17, 2011

Another Obama Scandal in the Making
"It has to do with a green energy company called BrightSource Energy Inc.,
which develops solar energy products (or intends to someday, anyway)."
John Hinderaker, PowerLine, Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Columbia Journalism Review Slams Politicos Frenzied, Single-Minded Focus On Herman Cain
John Nolte, Big Journalism, Wednesday, Nov 9, 2011

A Night in Zuccotti Park
"The parcel is now a sliver of madness, rife with
sex attacks, robberies and vigilante justice.
John Hinderaker, Power Line, Sunday, November 6, 2011

Ft. Collins Occupy Arsonist Identified as Ron Paul Supporter
Pamela Geller, Atlas Shrugs, Saturday, November 5, 2011

Who Are These Fat-Cat Few at the Top?
Victor Davis Hanson, Townhall, Thursday, November 3, 2011

An Update On The Hiss Case
Steven Hayward, Power Line, Tuesday, November 1, 2011

3 Misconceptions That Need to Die
Morgan Housel, The Motley Fool, Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Why Im Baffled And Troubled About The Alleged Iranian-Terror Plot
"...the plot as described makes no sense whatsoever..."
Clare M. Lopez, Big Peace, Monday,Oct 24, 2011

Tea Party Group Harassed by GA Capitol Police
While Occupy Wall Streeters Given Pass to Break Laws

Warner Todd Huston, Big Govenment, Friday, October 21, 2011

Being a Celebrity Is Not a License to Be a Jackass
John Fund,, Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Election 2012: Republican Presidential Primary
National Poll: Cain 29% Romney 29% Gingrich 10%

Rasmussen Reports, Thursday, October 13, 2011

Ten Years in Afghanistan
Kerry Patton, Pig Peace, Saturday, October 8, 2011

Down With Evil Corporations!
Occupy Wall Street and the Arch too.
John Hinderaker, PowerLine, Fiday, October 7, 2011 The Tragedy of Urban Renewal 
The Destruction and Survival of a New York City neighborhood

Reason TV, Big Government, Thursday, September 29, 2011

German Golden Rule Slaughters European PIGS
"It is the Germans that after running-up vast surpluses are
now economically destroying the PIGS by terminating the bargain."
Chriss W. Street, Big Government, Thursday. September 29, 2011

Athens, deep in poverty, sinking lower?
"Clarke County's poverty rate hit an estimated 39 percent in 2009,
making it the poorest county in a metro area in the U.S."
Blake Aued, Athens Banner Herald, Sunday, September 18, 2011

Obama's Solyndra scandal reeks of the Chicago Way
Those of us from Chicago know exactly what the Solyndra
scandal smells like. And It doesn't smell fresh and green.

John Kass, The Chicago Tribune, Sunday, September 18, 2011

What Happens When Judge Friedmans Fairness Hearing Isnt Fair?
Lee Stranahan, Big Government, Friday, September 9, 2011

One and Done?
"Obama is still suffering from the Speech Illusion, the idea that he can come
down from the mountain, read from a Teleprompter, cast a magic spell with his words
and climb back up the mountain, while we scurry around and do what he proclaimed."
Maureen Dowd, The New York Times, Saturday, September 3, 2011

Kinky for Perry
"Kinky Friedman once ran against Rick Perry for the Texas governorship.
So would the singer and writer vote for him for president? Hell, yes! "
Kinky Friedman, The Daily Beast, Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Proposed Congressional Districts as of August 24

Proposed maps again split Clarke County
"Broun's 10th District is shifting west to include Barrow and Walton counties..."
Blake Aued, Athens Banner-Herald, Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Redistricting plan ousts John Barrow from Chatham County
Larry Peterson, Savannah Morning News, Monday, August 22, 2011

Obama Vacay: In Your Facemanship
"...Michelle Obama, renowned for her impatience when it comes to reaching her desired
destination, put thousands of additional dollars on the taxpayers tab, so she could
have just a bit of extra vacation  all of four hours worth."
Jeannie DeAngelis, Big Government, Saturday, August 20, 2011

The New Britannia
Big Government corrodes the integrity of a people, catastrophically.

Mark Steyn, National Review Online, August13, 2011

Jane Fonda and Her Friendly North Vietnamese Intelligence Officer
Merle L. Pribbenow, Washington Decoded, Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Austerity in the U.K.
Britain discovers that shrinking government is a lot harder than expanding it.

Theodore Dalrymple, City Journal, Summer, 2011

No guarantees on getting Social Security check
James Garland, Athens Banner-Herald. Saturday, August 06, 2011

Barack Obamas vulgar Twitter spamming campaign is
a classless act of desperation by the US president

Nile Gardiner, The Telegraph (London), Saturday, July 30, 2011

The Debt Ceiling Is Actually Not the Issue
Frank Salvato, Big Government, Friday, July 29, 2011

Obama kills bipartisan deal, then Reid resorts to smoke and mirrors
Jennifer Rubin, The Washington Post, Monday, July 25, 2011

Public can get an early look at voting districts
[Yeah, but how?]
Blake Aued, The Athens Banner-Herald, Thursday, July 21, 2011

Was John F. Kennedy the flat-out absolute worst U.S. president of the 20th century?
Thomas E. Ricks, Foreign Policy, Friday, July 15, 2011

A First-Hand Report From Afghanistan
John Hinderaker, Powerline, Monday, July 18, 2011

What the Debt Limit Battle Is All About
Michael Barone, Townhall, Monday, July 18, 2011

How Can We Not Love Obama?
Because like it or not, he is all of us

Stephen Marche, Esquire, Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Mister, We Could Use a Man like Warren Harding Again!
Steven Hayward, PowerLine, Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Coulter Rules Real Time; Why Doesnt She Have Her Own Show?
Alexander Marlow, Big Hollywood, Monday, July 11, 2011

Feds Crack Down on Campus Flirting and Sex Jokes
Michael Barone, TownHall, Thursday, June 23, 2011

Athens girl makes good?
Weiner's Christian cheerleading sextee says she
has 'no regrets' about their online 'relationship'

"The Athens, Georgia-based (YWCO) is still promoting
Ms Nobles for their summer cheerleading class."
The Daily Mail, 17th June 17, 2011

Thomas: Media hitting bottom with Palin emails
Cal Thomas. Athens Banner-Herald, Wednesday, June 15, 2011

The End of a Surprisingly Good Political Career
"Exit Newt Gingrich. Well, not quite yet, officially."
Michael Barone, Townhall, Monday, June 13, 2011

Observations on the Fall of Newt
Steven Hayward, Power Line, Sunday, June 12, 2001

The Problem Was the Wife
Fred Barnes, The Weekly Standard, Thursday, June 9, 2011

Gingrich Senior Campaign Staff Resigns
Jeff Zeleny and Trip Gabriel, The New York Times, Thursday, June 9, 2011

Twitter for Schmucks
Wayne Allyn Root, Big Government, Thursday, June 9, 2011

Live Blog: Weiner Admits Sending Inappropriate Photos
Andy Newman,David W. Chen, and Michael Barbaro, The New York Times, Mondaym June 6, 2011

Churchill never used a teleprompter.
Big Government, Saturday, June 4, 2011

Weinergate: The Would Your Spouse Buy It? Test
Lee Stranahan Big Journalism, Monday, May 30, 2011

Cheer Up, Republicans, the 2012 Field Isnt That Bad
Matt Bai, The New York Times, Wednesday, May 25, 2011

To Liberals, Every Woman Looks Like a Hotel Maid
"As Schlafly says, no wonder liberal women think men are pigs: Their men are pigs."
Ann Coulter, Townhall, Thursday, May 19, 2011

Ryan vs. Gingrich
John Hinderaker, Power Line, Thursday, May 19, 2011

Were The Men Of Seal Team 6 Taught Not To Bully Back?
The Lefts Attack On Manhood

Terrence Moore, Big Peace, Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Thank You Fred Upton: Light Bulbs to Cost $50 Each
"Publius," Big Govenment, Tuesday, May 17, 2011

The bin Laden Family Seizes the Moral High Ground
John Hinderaker, Power Line, Tuesday, May 10, 2011

The First-Person Presidency
President Obama takes credit for operations that would
have been impossible had Senator Obamas views prevailed.

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review Online, Saturday, May 6, 2011

Why Everything Is Dirtier
Jeffrey A. Tucker, Mises Daily: Thursday, May 05, 2011

Without photo proof, is bin Laden really dead?
Conspiracy theories spring to life just days after U.S. raid

Jennifer Harper, The Washington Times, Wednesday, May 4, 2011

The Attack on the Washing Machine
Mark Thornton, Mises Daily, Wednesday, May 04, 2011

They could have said he was wearing a dress
John Hinderaker, Power Line, Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Behind the Hunt for Bin Laden
The raid in Pakistan was the culmination of years of painstaking intelligence.

Mark Mazzetti, Helene Cooper, Peter Baker, The New York Times, Monday, May 2, 2011

Facts About oil
"The Democrats are furiously demagoguing energy costs..."
John Hinderaker, PowerLine, Thursday, April 28, 2011

Are Speculators Responsible for Todays Higher Oil Prices?
Warren Meyer, Forbes, Thursday,April 21, 2011

Where the Tax Money Is
Obama targets the middle class while pretending to tax only the rich.
The Wall Street Journal, Sunday, April 17, 2011

The Royal Treatment
Investor's Business Daily, Monday, April 11, 2011

Watchdog: Student isn't the only one mad at Twin Cities term-paper company
Debra O'Connor. Pioneer Press , Monday, March 28, 2011

Free Enterprise vs. National Socialism
[The business model of Koch Industries vs. that of General Electric]
John Hinderaker, Powerline, Sunday, March 27, 2011

Jamie Gorelick Who Helped to Bring us 9/11 AND
Housing Collapse Is On Short List to Lead FBI

Jeff Dunetz, Big Government, Thursday, March 24, 2011

Anatomy of a Smear
"...Center for American Progress, through its web site, has carried on
a bizarre vendetta against Charles and David Koch and their company, Koch Industries."
John Hinderaker, Powerline, Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Former SEIU Official Reveals Secret Plan To Destroy JP Morgan,
Crash The Stock Market, And Redistribute Wealth In America

Henry Blodget, Business Insider, Tuesday, Mar. 22, 2011

His Royal Highness will be pleased to welcome your support!
John Hinderaker, Powerline, Tuesday, March 22, 2011


The Obama-Kucinich doctrine
"One gets the feeling that Obama doesn't want to invest any more time or energy
than necessary in his presidential duties (as opposed to his presidential perks)."
John Hinderaker, Powerline, Sunday, March 20, 2011

Nobody Gets Married Any More, Mister
Welcome to our urban high schools, where kids have kids and learning dies.

Gerry Garibaldi, City Journal, Winter, 2011

Dems Gone Wild
"Two former leaders of the Oakland County Democratic Party are facing a total of nine felonies
for allegedly forging election paperwork to get fake Tea Party candidates on November's ballot."
Scott Johnson, Powerline, Thursday, March 17, 2011

There's No Such Thing as Homemade Ice Cream
Jeffrey A. Tucker, Mises Daily, Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Iranian Documentary: The 12th Imam is Near and Ahmadinejad is Going To Lead His Army
Jeff Dunetz, Big Peace, Sunday, March 13, 2011

On Wisconsin!
How Republicans won the battle of Madison.

Stephen F. Hayes and John McCormack, The Weekly Standard, March 21, 2011

The Decline of Unions: President Jimmy Carter, the Union-Buster
LaborUnionReport, Big Government, Sunday, March 13, 2011

Consumer Reports Pees All Over The Chevy Volt
Gus Lubin, Business Insider, Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Longhorns 17, Badgers 1
"...a nugget of stupidity so egregious that no amount of mockery will suffice.
Particularly when the issuer of said stupidity holds a Nobel Prize."
Iowahawk, Thursday, March 3, 2011

GAO Identifies $100 BIL. Savings by
Cutting Specific Duplicated & Wasteful Programs

Jeff Dunetz, Big Government, Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Financial terrorism suspected in 08 economic crash
Pentagon study sees element

Bill Gertz, The Washington Times, Monday, February 28, 2011

Hate-A-Rama: The Vulgar, Sexist, Racist, Homophobic Rage of the Left
"Barack Obama's new era of civility was over before it began. "
Michelle Malkin, Townhall, Friday, February 25, 2011

The Means of Coercion
The privileged are revolting in Wisconsin.

James Taranto, The Wall Street Journal. February 22,2011

The Education Bubble Is Fuel for Revolt
Joshua Fulton, Mises Daily, Tuesday, February 15, 2011

National Media Ignoring San Diego Report of WMDs In America
"'...but our partner agencies have found those things.'"
Bob McCarty, Big Jounalism, Feb 14th 2011

EDITORIAL: Obama to America: Get lost
Sweetheart deal for billionaire could cut off GPS service

The Washington Times, Monday, February 7, 2011

How dumb can they get?
"[Liberalism] is backed by the full weight of stupidity, one of the world's most powerful forces."
John Hinderaker, PowerLine, Thursday, February 10, 2011

Undermining Allies
Thomas Sowell, Real Clear Politics, Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Denying Our Soldiers The Vote
Investors Business Daily, 09/23/2010

Hypocrisy Unending
"Even before Bush was elected president, the kill-Bush talk and imagery started."
Jay Nordlinger, National Review Online, Momday, January 10, 2011

The Sidewalks of San Francisco
Can the City by the Bay reclaim public space from aggressive vagrants?

Heather Mac Donald, City Journal, Autumn 2010

",,,liberals are already disdaining the new constitutionalism,
denigrating the document's relevance..."
Charles Krauthammer, The Washington Post, Friday, January 7, 2011

Obamacare Pushes for Early Death
"The sooner you give up on medical care, the less money the federal government has to pay out.
[And if you don't spend your money on medical care, the feds get more from the death tax.]
Betsy McCaughey, NewsMax, Thursday, January 6, 2011

The New Sophists
"...the Washington Post's 26-year-old Ezra Klein, recently scoffed to his readers that
a bothersome U.S. Constitution was '100 years old' and had 'no binding power on anything.'"
Victor Davis Hanson, Real Clear Politics, Thursday, January 6, 2011

The 10 Most Underreported Stories for 2010
Dana Loesch, Big Journalism, Monday, January 3, 2011

For Kodachrome Fans, Road Ends at Photo Lab in Kansas
A. G. Sulzberger, The New York Times, December 29, 2010

Was General George S. Patton Assassinated Sixty-Five Years Ago Today?
Robert K. Wilcox, Big Peace,Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Big Dupes at Big Peace: FDRs Progressive Pals
[Soviet influence in FDR's White House.]
"Sun Tzu," Big Peace, Sunday, December, 12th 2010

A Race to Capture a Bounty From Shipping
"SAVANNAH, Ga.  Port officials here are racing to dig
six feet of mud from the bottom of the Savannah River by 2014."
Kim Severson, The New York Times, December 11, 2010

Representative abandons Democrats, joins GOP
"'It's a form of opportunism that I really despise in politics,'
Democratic Party of Georgia Chairwoman Jane Kidd said."
Blake Aued, The Athens Banner-Herald, Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Obama presidency turns government up to 11
[The Spinal Tap Presidency]
Glenn Harlan Reynolds, The Washington Examiner, Saturday, December 4, 2010

The time for kitty killing has come
Feral cats threaten more than just mice

Ted Nugent, The Washington Times, Friday, December 3, 2010

Why Savings Account Rates Are So Pathetic
Ron Lieber, The New York Times, Friday, December 3, 2010

The Great Thanksgiving Hoax
Richard J. Maybury,Mises Daily: Saturday, November 20, 1999

American Narcissus
The vanity of Barack Obama

Jonathan V. Last, The Weekly Standard, Saturday, November 13, 2010

Obama May Face Left-Wing Primary
Dick Morris and Eileen McGann, Townhall, Saturday, November 13, 2010

The Claremont Review of Books at 10
Scott Johnson, Power line, Thursday, November 11, 2010

Liberals Openly Call For Violence And Revolution On MSNBC
Big Government, Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Barack Obama: A One-Trick Pony
Paul A. Rahe, Big Government, Monday, November 8, 2010

Walter E. Williams:
Virginia's Black Confederates

Townhall, Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Thomas Sowell: Guess Who?
"We have tried spending money. We are spending more
than we have ever spent before and it does not work."
Townhall, Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Dr. Elaina   George Obamacare Endgame:
Doctors Will be
Fined or Jailed if they Put Patients First

Dr. Elaina George, Big Government, Saturday, October 30, 2010

Voter Fraud Alert: Fifteen Missouri Counties have More Voters than Population
Atlas Shrugs, Friday, October 29, 2010

A Crossroads Election
Thomas Sowell, Townhall, Friday, October 29, 2010

Obama has been hiding his real agenda
It sounds far-fetched, but the president is the "Radical-in-Chief."

Katherine Kersten, Star Tribune, Saturday, October 23, 2010

Election Fraud Uncovered by Patriotic Citizens  Who Promptly Get Sued
Election watchers True the Vote have found disturbing amounts of fraud in
Harris County, Texas. Rather than support their important work, the Texas
Democratic Party (among others) is suing them.

Hans A. von Spakovsky, Pajamas Media, Saturday, October 23, 2010

Juan Williams Firer a Soviet Fan?
Jeffrey Lord, The American Spectator, Thursday, October 21, 2010

The Multicultural Cult
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
The Multicultural Cult: Part II
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Thomas Sowell,Townhall

Anatomy of Petulance
Victor Davis Hanson, Works and Days, October 14th, 2010

Garland: SPLOST won't lower other taxes
James Garland, Athens Banner-Herald, Tuesday, October 12, 2010

The VFW Ignores Its Members to Suck Up to Anti-Military Washington Incumbents
Kurt Schlichter, Big Peace, Monday, October, 11 2010

Islamophobes!: WaPo Pulls Muhammad Cartoon That Doesnt Show Muhammad
Greg Gutfeld, Big Hollywood, Monday, October 11, 2010

Main Stream Media Ignores Democrats 2010 Strategy:
Lie, Cheat, Steal, Curse, Advocate Violence and Manipulate Search Engines

Michael Patrick Leahy, Big Journalism, Monday, October 11, 2010

The Global Warming Hoax: A Summary
"Global warming alarmism is not science. It is a toxic
combination of pseudo-religion and totalitarian politics."
John Hinderaker, Power Line, October 3, 2010

The Twister of 2010
America's political landscape will never be the same.

Peggy Noonan, The Wall Street Journal, Friday, October 1, 2010

No endorsement in U.S. Senate race
"The incumbent, Democrat Barbara Boxer, has failed to distinguish herself during
her 18 years in office. There is no reason to believe that another six-year term
would bring anything but more of the same uninspired representation."
San Francisco Chronical, Sunday, September 26, 2010

American Hero:
Coates Negates a Year of Justice Department Spin on New Black Panther Case

We no longer must consult history for a lawyer-hero willing to take personal risk for sacred
principles such as the rule of law and racial equality. Our age can claim Christopher Coates.
J. Christian Adams, Pajamas Media, Thursday, September 23, 2010

Michelle Malkin
How Privileged Democrats Pay for Their Houses

Townhall, Friday, September 24, 2010

I Guess You Had To Be There
The Barack Obama Celebrity Roast

Iowahawk, May 13, 2009

Why Bob Woodwards New Book Should Scare the Hell Out of All Americans
"You need to remember just one thing; instead of caring how to win the war in Afghanistan, and
how to protect the homeland, the first priority of this President was to appease his party."
Jeff Dunetz, Big Government, Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Tammany Hall Redux: From Boss Tweed to Eleanor Holmes Nortons Business As Usual Phone Call
"The Daley-Axelrod-Emanuel Chicago machine continues to do business in the same way
the Chicago machine of Bathhouse Coughlin and Hinky Dink Kenna did a century before."
Michael Walsh, Big Journalism, Tuesday, September, 21, 2010

Why the Eleanor Holmes Norton Phone Call Matters
"Those of you who wish to understand the criminal organization
masquerading as a political party  that would be the Democrats 
need only to remember one thing: the very first Democrat
vice-president, Aaron Burr, shot and killed one of the
Founding Fathers, Alexander Hamilton. Although charged with murder
in both New York and New Jersey Burr, of course, skated.
The tone was set right from the start."
Michael Walsh,Big Journalism, Friday, September 17, 2010

What D'Souza Doesn't Get Quite Right
[See "How Obama Thinks" below.]
Jack Cashill, American Thinker, September 15, 2010

Dems jockey to get off ship
David Keene, The Hill, Monday, September 13, 2010

Conservatism does not equal racism. So why do many liberals assume it does?
Gerard Alexander, Washington Post, Sunday, September 12, 2010

How Obama Thinks
"Incredibly, the U.S. is being ruled according to the dreams of a Luo
tribesman of the 1950s. This philandering, inebriated African socialist,
who raged against the world for denying him the realization of his
anticolonial ambitions, is now setting the nation's agenda through
the reincarnation of his dreams in his son."
Dinesh D'Souza, Forbes Magazine, September 27, 2010
Dinesh D'Souza, [is] the president of The King's College in New York City

Racial Stupidity and Malevolence
"The white liberal's agenda, coupled with that of black race hustlers,
has had and continues to have a devastating impact on ordinary black people."
Walter E. Williams, Townhall, Sep 08, 2010

Selective Enforcement at Obama's Justice Department
Holder facilitates election fraud.
John Hinderaker, Powerline, September 7, 2010

Did Al Gore say it? Or was it the Unabomber?
It may be more difficult to decide than you think.
Take the quiz.

The Geezer Vote -- Are the Democrats Barking up the Wrong Tree?
Paul Mirengoff, Powerline, August 22, 2010

Garland: Closed fire station is issue in spill
Athens Banner-Herald, Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Obama Propaganda Exposed in Issa House Oversight Report is Only the Beginning
Liberty Chick, Big Government, Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Ten Theses on Obama's Iftar Speech
Scott Johnson, Powerline, Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The left is unpopular, undisciplined, and ill-tempered.

William Kristol, The Weekly Standard, August 23, 2010

Secret Assault on Terrorism Widens on Two Continents
Scott Shane, Mark Mazzetti And Robert F. Worth, The New York Times, August 14, 2010

Election 2010: Georgia Governor
Georgia Governor: Deal (R) 51%, Barnes (D) 42%

Rasmussen Report, Friday, August 13, 2010

The stunning decline of Barack Obama:
10 key reasons why the Obama presidency is in meltdown

Nile Gardiner, Telegrapgh [London], August 12th, 2010

McGinn announces Belltown poop and puke patrol

Chris Grygiel, Seattle Post Intelligencer, August 11, 2010

Doctors and Hospitals Team Up for Payment Reform
Emily Ramshaw, The Texas Tribune, August 9, 2010

Despite Naysayers, Reporters Get at the Truth about What Happened in Lardeo
[A Mexican gang took over a ranch near Laredo.]
Mondo Frazier, Big Journalism, August 11, 2010

Higher education's bubble is about to burst
Further thoughts on the higher education bubble

Glenn Harlan Reynolds, The Washington Examiner, June 6, August 8, 2010

Chinese missile could shift Pacific power balance
Eric Talmadge, Star-Telegram, Thursday, Aug. 05, 2010

Robert K. Wilcox, Big Peace, August 6, 2010

In Arguing for Federal Press Subsidies, Lee Bollinger
[Columbia University President] Advocates a Fascist Media

Jeff Perren, Big Journalism, Aug 5th 2010

Voting Rights: For Felons But Not Soldiers?
John Donovan, Big Peace, Tuesday, August, 3 2010

House Democrats head for a thumping at the polls
Michael Barone, Senior Political Analyst, The Washington Examiner, Wednesday, July 28, 2010

An Old Argument Revisited
"Reading the scholarly work of Woodrow Wilson is an educational experience. It is shocking to read the
expressions of his disaffection for the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States."
Scott Johnson, Powerline, Wedneday, July 28, 2010

ObamaCare: The Rationing Begins in Earnest
"...women with breast cancer will be its first victims."
Capitol Confidential, Big Government, Monday, July 26, 2010

Why Are We Discussing Racism?
Star Parker, Big Government, Friday, July 23, 2010

Dissenting with Paul Mirengoff: New Black Panther Case Should Not Have Been Dismissed
Hans A. von Spakovsky, Pajamas Media, Wednesday, July 21, 2010

The Vast Left-Wing Journalists' Conspiracy
Jonh Hinderaker, Powerline, Tuesday, July 20, 2010

The One-Party Media
Maimon Schwarzschild, The Right Coast, Monday, July 19, 2010

Just Plane Crazy: Obamas Dog Flies to Vacation on Separate Jet
Doug Powers, Michelle Malkin, July 17, 2010

Theres a sucker born every minute
"ATM style environmental conscience cleansing."
Matt Holzmann, Matt's Meditations, Saturday, July 17, 2010

The Ku Klux Klan, Terrorist Wing of the Democratic Party
Michael Zak, Big Government, Friday, July 16, 2010

The Two Randy Vicars
from Baudy Tales for the Indifcreet Gentleman (ca. 1710) by Anonymous

A Failed Obama Hero
Walter E. Williams, Townhall, Wednesday, July 14, 2010

UGA research team unlocks secret to producing lucky four-leaf clovers
[Be sure to read the comments]
Lee Shearer, Athens Banner-herald, Monday, July 12, 2010

Revised Version of U.S. Constitution Found In DC Cave: The Dead Potomac River Scrolls
Jeff Dunetz, Big Government, Sunday, July 11, 2010

Know your Republican Heritage  QUIZ #1
"Q. How many Democrats in Congress voted to abolish slavery?"
Michael Zak, Big Government, Sunday, June 27, 2010

The Western way of war
Missed in the hullabaloo over McChrystal's resignation are
some important lessons about who we are and why we fight.

Caroline B. Glick, Jewish World Review, Friday, June 25, 2010

The Rolling Stone Article's Juiciest Bits
Marc Ambinder, The Atlantic, June, 22 2010

The Law of Supply And Demand Strikes the Law Business
"The school is retroactively inflating its grades, tacking on 0.333
to every grade recorded in the last few years. The goal is to make
its students look more attractive in a competitive job market.
John Hinderaker, Powerline, June 21, 2010

Would Obama Have Supported Ratification of the US Constitution?
Big Government, Sunday, June 20, 2010

CHANGE! 53 Days Later Obama Administration Decides
to Accept Dutch Offer to Help With Spill

"So rather than use equipment that was not 100% efficient the
Obama Administration chose to let all of the oil run into the Gulf."
Jim Hoft, Big Government, Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Barack and Benito
Michael Zak, Big Government, Monday, June 14, 2010

STEYN: Leadership in the abstract
Obama slips on the oil while bestriding the globe

"Indeed, he is the very model of a modern major generalist."
Mark Steyn, The Washington Times, Friday, June 11, 2010

In South Carolina, Greene is mystery man despite winning Democratic Senate nod
Manuel Roig-Franzia, Washington Post, Friday, June 11, 2010

The Alien in the White House
The distance between the president and the people is beginning to be revealed.

Dorothy Rabinowitz, The Wall Street Journal, Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Early voting started June 7
Blake Aued, Athens Banner-Herald, Monday, June 07, 2010

Glenn Reynolds: Higher Education's Bubble is About to Burst
Glenn Harlan Reynolds, The Washington Examiner, June 6, 2010

Here is why I soon might turn down command: Id rather make a difference
Thomas E. Ricks, Foreign Policy, Friday, June 4, 2010

Are Cameras the New Guns?
"In at least three states, it is now illegal to record any on-duty police officer."
Wendy McElroy, Gizmodo, Wednesday, June 2, 2010

U.S. 'Secret War' Expands Globally as Special Operations Forces Take Larger Role
Karen DeYoung and Greg Jaffe, Washington Post, Friday, June 4, 2010

Wynton Marsalis, Doris Day, Reverse Racism  and All That Jazz
"If Wynton Marsalis is its creative figure head," lamented British jazz
journalist Richard Williams, "then jazz is probably really dead this time."
Charles Winecoff, Big Hollywood, Thursday, June 3, 2010

Undercover Census Fraud Investigation  New Jersey
James O'Keefe, Big Government, Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Republican Roots of the 1964 Civil Rights Act
"In the House of Representatives, the 1964 Civil Rights Act passed
with 80% support from Republicans but only 63% support from Democrats."
"Senator Byrd, whom Democrats still call the conscience of the Senate,
filibustered against the 1964 Civil Rights Act for fourteen straight hours."
[The Democrat filibuster lasted 57 days.]
Michael Zak, Big Government, Monday, May 31, 2010

Democrats Turn G.O.P. Mantra on Its Head
John Harwood, The New York Times, Monday, May 31, 2010

Attacking the Heroine; Why?
"All the liberals I know claim to be feminists, so how can they support those
who mutilate little girls and sanction forced marriages and wife beating?"
John Hinderaker, PowerLine, Sunday, May 30, 2010

Were too broke to be this stupid
"...the modern progressive has no urge to emulate those Victorian social reformers who
tramped the streets of English provincial cities looking for fallen women to rescue.
All he wants to do is ensure that the fallen women dont fall anywhere near him."
Beleaguered taxpayers may finally put a stop to the sheer waste of government spending

Mark Steyn,, Thursday, May 27, 2010

Forum: The Euphemisms, Speak the Truth
E. Thomas Mcclanahan, Athens Banner-Herald, Wednesday, May 26, 2010

From the Washington Post — Not The Onion — Your Tax Dollars At Work
Frank Ross, Big Jounalism, Sunday, May 23, 2010

Faber: Nations Will Print Money, Go Bust, Go to WarWe Are Doomed
Andrew Mellon, Big Government, Sunday, May 23, 2010

One of Those Moments
The president has become the latest Western liberal
to try to hammer Daniel Pearls box into a round hole.

Mark Steyn, National Review Online, Saturday, May 22, 2010

Financial "Reform" recipe - 2 parts pablum, 3 cups confusion, 1 dose dishonesty
"It also regurgitates the nausea-inducing spin that the financial crisis was the result of "wild
speculation" and "exotic instruments" on Wall Street, when in fact it was about $2T of fake AAA
mortgage securities supported by (a) shaky insurance from a politically connected well-spring (AIG),
(b) a government rating oligopoly with no shortage of "experts" of the kind this new bill purports
to rely upon, and (c) a government-sponsored secondary market via Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac."
Clean Government Now, Friday, May 21, 2010

Media Matters Quotes Infanticide Supporter to Defend Health Rationing
"Dr. Singer is, of course, most well known for his support of non-voluntary euthanasia
and infanticide for disabled infants, or just because the parents feel like it."
Ben Domenech, Big Government, Wednesday, May 19, 2010

A Hidden History of Evil
Why doesnt anyone care about the unread Soviet archives?

Claire Berlinski, City Journal, Spring, 2010

First Healthcare, Now Banks: Is Anyone Seeing A Pattern Here?
"...the Georgia Hospital Association tried to carve out an exemption for
hospitals at the expense of physician owned ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs)."
Dr. Elaina George, Big Government, Saturday, May 15, 2010

Obama-Dodd Bank Bill: Spying on You
Capitol Confidential, Big Government, Friday, May 14, 2010

US Census Workers Knocking on Your Neighbors Doors, Looking for Snitches in Memphis
SusanAnne Hiller, Big Government, Friday, May 14, 2010

Are the Feds Trying to Nationalize Your Retirement Savings?
John Hinderaker, Powerline, May 9, 2010

Shahzad's Lesson: Foreclosed Is Forearmed
History is littered with tales of men who turned to
violence because of bad real-estate investments.

Joe Queenan, The Wall Street Journal, Saturday, May 8, 2010

Why the Media Ignored the Nashville Flood
Andrew Romano, Newsweek [yes--Newsweek], Thursday, May 06, 2010

American Oligarchy
Dont expect real reform from the Wall Street Democrats.

Christopher Caldwell, The Weekly Standard, May 10, 2010

Never Waste a Serious Crisis Through a Serious Diagnosis
Paul Mirengoff, Powerline, Tuesday, May 4, 2010

New light shed on Kent State killings
Shots fired at Guard, declassified files indicate

James Rosen, The Washington Times, Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Democrats at Ramming Speed
The White House wants to pass as much legislation as possible before
losing its big majorities, no matter how unpopular its proposals are.

Fred Barnes, The Wall Street Journal, Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Obamacare Will Kill Medical Technology
Warner Todd Huston, Big Government, Monday, May 3, 2010

The Extreme Left: A Ticking Time Bomb
"Its just a matter of time before the Left begins
to emulate their heroes- and the killing begins again. "
Brandon Darby, Big Government, Monday, May 3, 2010

Why be Optimistic about the Future?
Gary Wolfram, Big Government, Saturday, May 1,2010

In The Spotlight
Who's afraid of 'South Park'?

Frida Ghitis, Athens Banner-Herald, Saturday, May 01, 2010

The Corrupt Party, the Stupid Party, and the Birth of Crony Fascism
Scott Wheeler, Townhall, April 30, 2010

Sarah Palin E-Mail Hacker Found Guilty of Coverup
Kevin Poulsen, Wired, April 30, 2010

Bailout Bill Would Require Banks to Track and Report Personal Checking Accounts to Feds
Capitol Confidential, Big Government, Thursday, April 29, 2010

FOLK LIES: Joni Mitchell Outs Bob Dylan
Bob [Dylan] is not authentic at all. Hes a plagiarist, and his name and voice are fake.
Everything about Bob is a deception. We are like night and day, he and I.
 Joni Mitchell, Los Angeles Times, April 22, 2010
Jonny Whiteside, Big Hollywood, Wednesday, April 28, 2010

BOLTON: Folding our nuclear umbrella
As the U.S. withdraws, our adversaries prepare to advance
John R. Bolton, The Washington Times, Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Americas Progressive-Anarchist Tea Party
"The radical Progressive wing of the Democrat party, through people like Lisa Fithian,
has been in direct coordination with the very Anarchy protesters who trashed St. Paul,
Minnesota, in 2008 during the Republican National Convention."
Andrew Marcus, Big Government, Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Obama-Dodd Financial Reform Helps Wall Street, Hurts Everyone Else
[The bill hurts small banks and legalizes kickbacks in real estate transactions.]
Capitol Confidential, Big Government, Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Demonizing Goldman Sachs
"...given a choice, I'd rather have Goldman Sachs regulating
Congress than Congress regulating Goldman Sachs."
John Hinderaker, PowerLine, Tuesday, April 27, 2010

GOV2.0: Napsterize Education
"Sure, if your kid needs to have the good old college experience
and put himself (and you) $150K+ in debt, then by all means you can
send the lad off to the glories of keggers and Marxist re-education."
Morgan Warstler, Big Government, Tuesday, April 27, 2010

"Is Daddy Going to Jail?"
[Our government protects us from the Amish.]
Katherine Mangu-Ward, Reason, April 26, 2010

The Limits of Power
Thomas Sowell, Townhall, Tuesday, April 20, 2010

A Citizen Encounters Professional Journalism, Journalist Gets It All Wrong: Who Is Tee Zielsdors?
Jay Widmyer, Big Journalism, Apr 20th 2010

Was Vicious Attack on Republicans Sponsored by Democratic Party?

John Hinderaker, PowerLine, April 18, 2010

Americas Constitutionalist Revolt: Tea Parties Channel the Founding Fathers
Larry Kudlow, Big Government, Saturday, April 17, 2010

DC Emancipation Day, thanks to the Republican Party
Michael Zak, Big Government, Friday, April 16, 2010

When Armageddon lives next door
Obama is denying Israel the right to self-defense when
it is not his, or America's, life that is on the line.

Benny Morris, The Los Angeles Times, Friday, April 16, 2010

Defund Planned Parenthood
"...opposes laws that make it a crime for people
not to tell sexual partners they have HIV."
Guy Benson, Big Government, Thursday, April 15, 2010

Big Easy Beatdown GOP Official and Boyfriend Savagely Beaten Leaving SRLC Dinner
Jim Hoft, Big Government, Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Circle of Jerks: Media Matters feeds MSNBC feeds Media Matters
Larry O'Connor, Big Journalism, Apr, 12th 2010

French Leader Sarkozy Slams Obama, Warns He Might Be Insane
LINK REMOVED BECAUSE OF POSSIBLE VIRUS. The European Union Times, Apr 09, 2010

Voicemails Expose Lefts Racism
Monica Crowley, BigGovernment, Saturday, April 10, 2010

CIA Spies and Dartmouth Deans
[This applies, of course, to UGA, the Clarke County School District, and the local Ggovernment.]
Scott Johnson, Powerline, April 9, 2010

The Inconvenience of Israel
Scott Johnson, PowerLine, Thursday, April 8, 2010

Scott Johnson, PowerLine, Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Coming Soon: USPIGS
"Last week, government budget personnel revised their estimate of when
Social Security would begin running in the red from 2017 to, essentially, right away.
Hal Gershowitz and Stephen Porter, BigGovernment, Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Did the Democratic Party Field Director Lie to Police?
Larry O'Connor, BigGovernment, Friday, April 2, 2010

The Searchlight Eggsperience
"When does journalistic irresponsibility cross the line to bias?"
Chris Burgard, Big Government, Tuesday, March 30, 2010

"Insanity is randomly distributed across the political spectrum."
John Hinderaker, PowerLine, March 30, 2010

Barack Obamas imperial hubris will usher in American decline
Nile Gardiner, Telegraph (London), Monday, March 29, 2010

More Thoughts on Liberal Political Violence
Jonh Hinderaker, PowerLine, March 27, 2010

As Accusations of Violence Flow, Lets Take a Look At the Record
Penny Nance, Big Journalism, Mar 27th 2010

Andy Garcias The Lost CityWhen Film Critics Turn Historians
Humberto Fontova, Big Hollywood, Saturday, March 27, 2010

Oh, Canada!
Ann Coulter, redstatesusa, Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Barack Hussein Obama and Indonesia: there's no place like home
"Obama has made it clear he despises both the US Constitution
and the British tradition from which it springs."
The Daily Mail[London], Monday, March 22, 2010

20 Ways ObamaCare Will Take Away Our Freedoms
David Hogberg, Investors Business Daily, Sun., March 21

Weve Crossed the Rubicon
Victor Davis Hansen, Works and Days, March 21st, 2010

The US Census Speaks Volumes About One's Ideological View Of Government
"I also noticed that beyond person #6 they don't care what race you are."
Politics, Policy, Pathology and Hope WITHIN The Black Community, Thursday, March 18, 2010

OBAMAGANDA: Another School Sings Praises to Dear Leader
Warner Todd Huston, Big Hollywood, Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Gitmo's Indefensible Lawyers
Legal counsel to some of the detainees went far beyond vigorous representation
of their clients. Doesn't the public have a right to know?

Debra Burlingame and Thomas Joscelyn, The Wall Street Journal, Monday, March 15, 2010

Project to get transplant organs from ER patients raises ethics questions
"...raises the specter of doctors preying on dying patients for their organs."
Rob Stein, Washington Post , Monday, March 15, 2010

Keynesian Economics and the Wizard of Oz
Dan Mitchell, Big Government, Saturday, March 13, 2010

Is Tom Hanks Unhinged?
"...Hanks comments were sadly infantile pop philosophizing offered by, well, an ignoramus."
Victor Davis Hansen, Works and Days, Thursday, March 11, 2010

The United States of Argentina: Obama's Pension Grab
J.C. Arenas, Big Govenment, Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Are We Overpaying Grandpa?
[The left steps up it's attack on the elderly.]
Casey B. Mulligan, The New York Times, February 24, 2010

Tax Havens Are Not Money Laundering Centers
Dan Mitchell, International Liberty, February 19, 2010

Class Warfare's Next Target: 401(k) Savings
Newt Gingrich and Peter Ferrara, Investor's Business Daily, 02/17/2010

Black America loses gamble in electing first black president
"Black America mistakenly traded the future of its young black men for a black president."
Phillip Jackson, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Feb. 11, 2010

Cyber Warriors
"Attacks...could in the extreme cause the collapse of financial life,
the halt of most manufacturing systems, and the evaporation of
all the data and knowledge stored on the Internet."
James Fallows, The Atlantic, March 2010

Under Obama, crony capitalism again rules the day
[2009 was the biggest year in history for Washington lobbyists.]
Michael Barone, Senior Political Analyst, The Washington Examiner, February 14, 2010

The Age of Obama: Anno Domini 2
"How do you celebrate the first anniversary of the Second Coming?"
Charles Krauthammer, The Heritage Foundation, February 1, 2010

Why Is Senator Kirk Still Voting on Legislation?
"Why is the GOP allowing the Democrats to blatantly violate Senate and election rules and laws? "
SusanAnne Hiller, Big Government, Thursday, January 29, 2010

A Good Walk Spoiled
"A friend, and better man than I am, attended a noon rally here in Washington, DC
that was intended to be a show of support for lefty health care reform.
He filed this report on what appears to have been a rather pathetic event:"
Paul Mirengoff, PowerLine, January 26, 2010

The Incredible Deflation of Barack Obama
Mortimer B. Zuckerman, US News and World Report, January 21, 2010

Death Wish: Why Are We So In Love with the Apocalypse?
"Islamic apocalyptic by far the
most dangerous belief in the history of mankind."
Daniel Kalder, Big Journalism, Jan 24th 2010

Judicial Watch Announces List of Washington's "Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians" for 2009

Energy and Stealth of G.O.P. Groups Undid a Sure Bet
Adam Nagourney, Jeff Zeleny, Kate Zernike And Michael Cooper, The New York Times, January 20, 2010

Boston Tea Party
Massachusetts voters tell Democrats to shelve ObamaCare.

The Wall Street Journal, Wednesday, January 20, 2009

Evidence-Based Health Care Reform?
Lessons From Massachusetts

"...universal coverage does not mean universal access to a doctor."
Dr. Lorraine M. Schratz, Big Government, Tuesday, January 19, 2010

President Obama Must Choose Sides
[But he already has: "I will stand with them [Muslims]
should the political winds shift in an ugly direction."]
Rabbi Aryeh Spero, American Thinker, January 10, 2010

Chicagos Real Crime Story
Why decades of community organizing havent stemmed the citys youth violence

Heather Mac Donald, City Journal. Winter 2010

Congress Tinkers with Withholding Tax Tables for 2010
SusanAnne Hiller, Big Government, Wednesday, January 6, 2009

Global threats
Lax 2009, rough 2010

John Bolton, The Washington Times, Monday, January 4, 2009

Montesquieu: The Rules of War and Lessons For Today
Paul A. Rahe, Big Government, Sunday, January 3, 2010

Is This the Future of America (Detroit)?
Steven Crowder, Big Hollywood, Monday, December 21, 2009

The Double-D Strategy for Rescuing America
Dr. Jack Wheeler, To The Point, Thursday, 17 December 2009

Behind the Curtain: Why AARP Supports ObamaCare
Big Government, Friday, December 18. 2009

Twitter Tapping
"The government is increasingly monitoring Facebook, Twitter
and other social networking sites for ... political protesters."
The New York Times, Saturday, December 12, 2009

Is it Always Better to Have Health Insurance?
Dr. Jane Orient, Big Government, Monday, December 14, 2009

More Democrats than Republicans believe in ghosts, talking with the dead, fortunetellers
Byron York, The Washington Examiner, Sunday, December 13, 2009

President Obama: What Is A "Capital Gains Tax" On A Small Business?
WITHIN the Black Community, Thursday, December 10, 2009

The Climate E-mails and the Politics of Science
"The evidence of scientific dishonesty supplied by these communications
is so copious its hard to know where to begin..."
Ivan Kenneally, The New Atlantis, November 24, 2009.

Health-Care Harry Reid Does History; History Loses
"With a straight face (okay, an undertakers face) Reid asserts three outrageous falsehoods:
"1) Republicans supported slavery.
"2) Republicans opposed womens suffrage.
"3) Republicans opposed the Civil Rights Act."
Michael Walsh, Big Government, Tuesday, December 8, 2009 A True Tale of Canadian Health Care
Nick Gillespie, Big Government, Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Scientists Behaving Badly
A corrupt cabal of global warming alarmists are exposed by a massive document leak.

Steven F. Hayward, The Weekly Standard, December 14, 2009, Volume 015, Issue 13

Washington Post quietly reveals Obama's incompetence in developing Afghan plan
[Read this, then follow the link to the Washington Post atricle.]
Paul Mirengoff, Powerline, Sunday, December 6, 2009

Health Cares Coming Heart Attack  A Pre-Obama Care Death Panel?
"I am writing of the Obama Administrations  regulatory decision 
to go ahead with a massive cut in Medicare payments to cardiologists."
Thomas Del Beccaro, Big Government, Sunday, December 6, 2009

U.K. Cancer Death Rate Is 38% Higher Than In U.S.
Dick Morris, Big Government, Wednesay, December 2, 2009

Ohio College Democrats Implicated in Vote Bounty Scheme
James Richardson, Big Government, Wednesay, December 2, 2009

At U, future teachers may be reeducated
They must denounce exclusionary biases and embrace the vision. (Or else.)

['Reeducation' is the current politically correct term for 'brainwashing'.]
Katherine Kersten, Star Tribune, November 22, 2009

Did the GOP Really Lose Its Way?
Rich Muny, Big Government, Saturday, November 28, 2009

Hundreds of patients died needlessly at NHS hospital due to appalling care
Hundreds of patients may have died needlessly at an NHS hospital
due to appalling standards of care, a damning report has found.

Rebecca Smith, Medical Editor, The Telegraph (London), 26 Nov 2009

The inevitably Marxist zoo XV: King George Soros
"If we pull back the veil from the Progressive Movement,
we are obliged to see its totalitarian aims."
Michael Moriarty,, August 24, 2009

The Alarmists Do "Science": A Case Study
"Despite having no idea what the facts are,
the alarmists don't hesitate to formulate a position."
John Hinderaker, Powerline, November 21, 2009

Senate Shake-Up, 2010
A Commentary

Larry J. Sabato, Rasmussen Reports, Friday, November 20, 2009

Global Warming Bombshell
["Scientists" caught lying.]
John Hinderaker, Powerline, November 20, 2009

Bowing to "World Opinion"
"As a private citizen, Barack Obama has a right to make
as big a jackass of himself as he wants to."
Thomas Sowell,, Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Why does he hate us? Barack Obama's America-effacing presidency
Paul Mirengoff, The Washington Examiner, November 15, 2009

Recanvassing shows NY-23 race tightens even as Rep. Bill Owens is sworn into House seat
[Based on this article, some bloggers are alleging fraud.]
Mark Weiner, The Post-Standard, November 12, 2009

Who Are They?
To Obama, they are responsible for all our troubles. Problem is, they are most of us.

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review Online, November 9, 2009

The Hole at the Heart of Our Strategy
Were scrupulously non-judgmental about the ideology that drives terrorism.

Mark Steyn, The National Review Online, November 7, 2009

What the Pelosi Health-Care Bill Really Says
Here are some important passages in the 2,000 page legislation.

Betsy Mccaughey, The Wall Street Journal, November 7, 2009
Ms. McCaughey is chairman of the Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths
and a former Lt. Governor of New York state.

Killing Capitalism Soros-Style
Matthew Vadum, The American Spectator, november 4, 2009

The Health Care Disaster in Canada
Dick Morris and Eileen McGann,, Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Government Takeovers: Is Charity Next?
Howard Husock, Townhall, Thursday, October 29, 2009

The Post-Gracious President
Whenever he must make a difficult decision, Mr. Obama complains it's Bush's fault.

"The danger to his presidency is that it can sound awfully like "I'm not up to the job."
William McGurn, The Wall Street Journal, October 26, 2009

White House boasts: We 'control' news media
Communications chief offers shocking confession to foreign governmen
Aaron Klein, World Net Daily, October 18, 2009

If you want to be green, get rid of your dog
"...a cat has almost the same carbon footprint as a VW Golf."
Chris Matyszczyk, CNet News, October 25, 2009

Preventing the Next Financial Crisis
Don't be fooled by the bond market. Banks are holding prices down
because they can buy Treasurys with free money from the Fed.

Allan H. Meltzer, The Wall Street Journal, October 22, 2009

Does Obama Believe in Human Rights?
Human rights "interfere" with President Obama's campaign against climate change.

Bret Stephens, The Wall Street Journal, October 19, 2009

Iran Double-Crosses Obama
John Hinderaker, PowerLine, October 19, 2009

Barney Frank, Predatory Lender
Almost two-thirds of all bad mortgages in our financial system
were bought by government agencies or required by government regulations.

Peter J. Wallison, The Wall Street Journal, October 15, 2009

Debating Leftists is Like Debating Charles Manson
Leigh Scott,, Monday, October 12, 2009

From the Archives: ACORN Corruption Runs Deep
Anita MonCrief,, Suday, October 11, 2009

Note to the Commander in Chief: Make a Decision Boots on the Ground Report
Brigadier General (R) Anthony J. Tata,, Sunday, October 11, 2009

Decline Is a Choice
ADVANCE COPY from the October 19, 2009 issue:
The New Liberalism and the end of American ascendancy.

Charles Krauthammer, The Weekly Standard, 10/19/2009

Polanski, NAMBLA and Checking Our Moral Compass
J.R. Head, Big Hollywood, Thursday, October 8, 2009

Enabling Celebrity Dysfunction
"Well, we're here, we're high, we're horny. 
What's some shared DNA between stars?"
Kurt Schlichter, Big Hollywood, Wednesday, October 7, 2009

The Obamas' Narcissism on Display
George Will, Real Clear Politics, October 6, 2009

A Poisonous Cocktail
Expanding the Community Reinvestment Act.

Peter Schweizer, Forbes, October 5, 2009

Obamacare: Cut the Elderly and Give to AARP
Dick Morris and Eileen McGann,, Saturday, October 03, 2009

Swiss Health Care Thrives Without Public Option
Nelson D. Schwartz, The New York Times, September 30, 2009

Escape to Montana
Canadians seek a private option.

The Wall Street Journal, Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Obama's Move: Iran and Afghanistan
"On pure logic, history or politics aside, the best course
is to strike Iran and withdraw from Afghanistan."
STRATFOR Global Intelligence, Thursday, September 28, 2009

Obama Threatens the Peace of the World, How I Learned to Love the Bomb
Jeremy D. Boreing, BigGovernment, Saturday, September 26, 2009

Barack Obama's churlishness is unforgivable
David Hughes, The Daily Telegraph [London] September 24th, 2009

NEA: Obamas Ministry of Propaganda
James Hudnall, BigHollywood, Thursday, September 24, 2009

Joel Mowbray: The Sum of all Fears
[This references the videos which are the subject of the clip below.]
Scott Johnson, PowerLine, September 22, 2009

How The New York Times "Covers" The News
Duane R. Patterson, Townhall (Hugh Hewitt),Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Something Rotten?
Obama Says Danes Receive 20% of Their Power Via Wind; New Study Tells the Real Story

Institute for energy Research, September 14, 2009

The Sept 12 protest in Washington:
CNN, "Making it up" as usual
"But CNN is 'simply making [it] up' when it claims that Nazi imagery
and a post of Obama as a witch doctor were popular images at the protest."
Scott W. Johnson, Powerline, September 13, 2009

Sycophancy Has its Rewards
"But [Andrew] Sullivan's pull with the Obama administration got him a sweetheart deal..."
John Hinderaker, Powerline, September 12, 2009

Opinion: John Fund On The Trail
ACORN Outdoes Itself
ACORN helps set up a supposed brothel.

The Wall StreetJournal, September 10, 2009
Undercover video here.

Found Art: Dear Leader Addresses the Children
Doug TenNapel, Big Hollywood, Monday, September 7, 2009

Breitbart: Couric should look in mirror
Andrew Breitbart, The Washington Times, Monday, September 7, 2009

Books on Political Conspiracy
These novels on political conspiracy are worth investigating, says Joseph Finder

Joseph Finder, The Wall Street Journal, August 29, 2009

Why Default on U.S. Treasuries is Likely
Jeffrey Rogers Hummel, Library of Economics and Liberty, August 3, 2009

Ted Kennedy's Soviet Gambit
Considering the late senator's complete record requires digging into the USSR's archives.

Peter Robinson, Forbes, August 28, 2009

The Cold War At Home
"Then theres the Presidents plan to created a new civilian national defense
army as powerful as our military. For what purpose? Who will lead that army?"
John T. Simpson, Big Hollywood, Monday, August 31, 2009

An Ivy League Huey Long
Washington is seriously unserious.

George F. Will, Newsweek, issue of Sep 7, 2009

Mr. President, Please Dont Bogart the Blunt
"Conservatives are gearing up to do battle with an army of statist
fascists, but we are really up against Cheech and Chong."
Leigh Scott, Big Hollywood, Sunday, August 30, 2009

Obama Targets Medicare Advantage
Seniors would lose with health 'reform,' and seniors vote.

Karl Rove, The Wall Street Journal, Thursday, August 27, 2009

Remembering Ted Kennedy: De Mortis Nihil Nisi Bonum?</big>
Henfy Mark Holzer, Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Will Nets Note Sheehan's Anti-Obama Protest?
Media Embraced Cindy Sheehan's Anti-Bush Push in 2005; ABC Anchor Now Says: "Enough Already"

Brent Baker, Media Research Center, August 24, 2009

Clunker Health Care?
The New York Post, August 22, 2009

The Death Book for Veterans
Ex-soldiers don't need to be told they're a burden to society.

Jim Towey, The Wall Street Journal, August 18, 2009

IRS The New Health Care Enforcer
William A. Jacobson, Cornell University Law School, Friday, August 14, 2009

BREITBART: George W. Bush-by-proxy syndrome
Andrew Breitbart, The Washington Times, Monday, August 17, 2009

EDITORIAL: Obama's mad science adviser
Compulsory abortion and sterilization aren't youthful indiscretions

The Washington Times, Sunday, August 16, 2009

Socialism and Cancer
"...a Clinical Oncology study of British lung cancer treatment found in 2000 that
20 percent of potentially curable patients became incurable on the waiting list."
David Gratzer, MD, The New Atlantis, Winter, 2009

When You're Worth More Dead Than Alive
"If you are collecting Social Security benefits from the government,
as the government overspends, these too will start to look like
additional "savings" to the government if you are denied treatment. are less of a burden to the government if you promptly die
the day after you retire."
Eric Singer, Investor's Business Daily, Friday, August 14

Obama's Senior Moment
Why the elderly are right to worry when the government rations medical care.

The Wall Street Journal, August 14, 2009

Those Wearing Union Label Are Real Thugs
Michelle Malkin, Investor's Business Daily, Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Air Congress Hits Turbulence
The Gulfstream jet scandal is over. Next: unreturned per-diems.

John Fund, The Wall Street Journal, August 11, 2009

Adolf Hitler, the Buck Sisters, and The Four Horsemen
"I call Section 1233 and the Daschle-Reid-Pelosi-Obama
approach to elderly medical care what it is: passive euthanasia."
Henry Mark Holzer,Tuesday, August 11, 2009

The left can't understand why people don't like Obamacare
Ron Smith, The Baltimore Sun, August 7, 2009

Undue Influence
The House Bill Skews End-of-Life Counsel

Charles Lane, The Washington Post, Saturday, August 8, 2009

ObamaCare: Facts are Stubborn Things
Endre Balogh, BigHollywood, Friday, August 7, 2009

Dems Take Stand Against Mob Rule
John Hinderaker, Powerline, August 5, 2009

This is from the White House web site:
"There is a lot of disinformation about health insurance reform out there, spanning from control of personal finances to end of life care. These rumors often travel just below the surface via chain emails or through casual conversation. Since we cant keep track of all of them here at the White House, were asking for your help. If you get an email or see something on the web about health insurance reform that seems fishy, send it to"
In other words, you are to denounce your neighbors as politically unreliable. Sounds a lot like how the Stalinists, Maoists, and Nazi regimes operated.

If Our System Becomes Like Canada's, Where Will We Turn For Serious Care?
Thomas Sowell, Investor's Business Daily, Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Obama Can't Afford To Tell Truth on Health Care
David Limbaugh, August 03, 2009

Gov't-Run Care Is A Study In Soaring Costs
Rudy Boschwitz and Tim Penny, Investor's Business Daily, Friday, July 31, 2009

From Emmitt Till to Skip Gates
Black victim, white oppressor. Its a narrative we know well.

Shelby Steele, The Wall Street Journal, JULY 31, 2009

GovernmentCares Assault on Seniors
"Medicare has made living to a ripe old age
a good value. ObamaCare will undo that."
Betsy McCaugheyThe Wall Street Journal, July 30, 2009

Elderly lead opposition on Obama healthcare
Dick Morris, The Hill, 07/28/09

A Brief History Of White House Thuggery
" should now be clear to all Americans: Hope and Change
came to the White House wrapped in brass knuckles."
Michelle Malkin, Investor's Business Daily, Posted Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Questions for Arlo Guthrie
Just Folk
"I became a registered Republican about five or six years ago..."
Deborah Solomon, The New York Times Magazine, July 21, 2009

My Weekly Date with a Liberal - Emotional Redistribution
Jon David, Big Hollywood, July 28, 2009

A Post-Racial President?
"Many people hoped that the election of a black President of the
United States would mark our entering a "post-racial" era, when we could
finally put some ugly aspects of our history behind us. "
Thomas Sowell,, Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Reparations By Way Of Health Care Reform
Still believe in post-racial politics? Read the health care bill.
It's affirmative action on steroids, deciding everything from who becomes a
doctor to who gets treatment on the basis of skin color.

Investor's Business Daily, Monday, July 27, 2009

Wishful Thinking and Indecisive Wars
"Our enemies cannot defeat us in direct confrontations,
but we appear determined to defeat ourselves."
Ralph Peters, The Journal of International Security Affairs, Spring 2009

Ignoring Science
Climate Change: A new scientific paper says that man has had
little or nothing to do with global temperature variations. Maybe the only place
it's really getting hotter is in Al Gore's head.

Investor's Business Daily, July 24

GovernmentCares Assault on Seniors

"Medicare has made living to a ripe old age a good value. ObamaCare will undo that."
Betsy McCaughey, The Wall Street Journal, July 23, 2009

Has Liberalism Jumped the Shark?
"Over the last sixty days or so, weve seen some amazing things. We saw a wise Latina, a self-described affirmative action baby claim that her statements were taken out of context or merely meant to inspire, and that race has nothing to do with her job performance. The White House has re-branded the $787 billion stimulus package a stabilization package. Our Vice-President, devious genius that he is, stated that we need to, crazy as it sounds, spend like lunatics to avoid bankruptcy. A gay blogger and gay civil rights champion called a black guy the worst thing [he] could think ofa faggot. We saw our government allow Iranian protesters, who peacefully challenged a rigged election, get shot in the street. Concurrently, we demanded that a tin-pot dictator be reinstated after his government got wise to his schemes and legally booted him."
Leigh Scott, Big Hollywood, July 24. 2009

Take Two Aspirin And Call Me When Your Cancer Is Stage 4
"All the problems with the American health care system come from government
intervention, so naturally the Democrats' idea for fixing it is more government intervention."
Ann Coulter. redstatesusa, July 22, 2009

Pedagogy of the Oppressor
Another reason why U.S. ed schools are so awful:
the ongoing influence of Brazilian Marxist Paulo Freire

Sol Stern, City Journal, Spring 2009

The painful side effects of Obama's healthcare reform
There are warnings signs that the president and his allies are
looking at government-run rationing of care for the oldest and sickest.

Charlotte Allen, The Los Angeles Times, July 5, 2009

Obamas Plan Would Repeal Medicare
"It is high time that the elderly of America realized what the stakes are in
this vital fight to preserve Medicare as we know it and keep medical care open,
accessible, and free to those over 65. It is truly a battle for their very lives."
Dick Morris & Eileen McGann,, Thursday, July 9, 2009

Dumbing down the U.S. Navy
Pat Buchanan, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Of NICE and Men
"Mr. Obama and Democrats...will tell millions of Americans that they
are too young, or too old, or too sick to be worth paying to care for."
The Wall Street Journal, July 7, 2009

Commentary: Galloway on McNamara: Reading an obit with great pleasure
"Then he would proceed to talk for an hour, doing precisely that with answers
that were disingenuous in the extreme  when they were not bald-faced lies." Joseph L. Galloway, McClatchy Newspapers, July 6, 2009

Waxman-Markey Is Our Smoot-Hawley
"In fact, it's worse, because it imposes new taxes on an infinitely larger
number of domestic products on a scale that utterly dwarfs Smoot-Hawley."
Rep. Tom Mcclintock, CA4, Investor's Business Daily, Monday, June 29, 2009

CEI releases global warming study censored by Obama's EPA
Kevin Mooney, Commentary Staff Writer, The Washington Examiner, 06/26/09

Boxer Demotes Herself From Ma'am to Senator
Jeffrey Jena, Big Hollywood, Tuesday, June 23, 2009

A Handy Guide To The Age Of Obama
Victor Davis Hanson, Investor's Business Daily, Thursday, June 18, 2009

GM's deal erased many average Americans' savings
William Ehart, The Washington Times, Monday, June 15, 2009

Is The Republican Party Lost?
Frank DeMartini, Big Holywood, June 13, 2009

What If Israel Strikes Iran?
The mullahs would retaliate. But things would be much worse if they had the bomb.

John R. Bolton, The Wall Street Journal, June 12, 2009

Paul Rahe: Obama's Gestures
"Obama is, in fact, a master of the insulting gesture. "
PowerLine, June 11, 2009 Posted by Scott

Know thy enemy: This is not your mother's Democratic Party
Andrew Breitbart, The Washington Times, Monday, June 8, 2009

BREAKING NEWS: Lightning coup to oust Gordon Brown
Joe Murphy and Nicholas Cecil, London Evening Standard, June 3, 2009

Thugs Vs. Voters
Voting Rights: It's more than disturbing to see the Justice Department
drop a case against armed bullies practicing intimidation tactics last
Election Day. No American should ever fear to vote.

Investor's Business Daily, Monday, June 01, 2009

Bias Case Looms Large for Nominee
Ruling on Firefighters' Lawsuit Raises Questions About Sotomayor's Philosophy

Robert Barnes and Eli Saslow, Washington Post, Sunday, May 31, 2009

A New Enemies List?
More on the Chrysler dealership closings.
Investor's Business Daily, Thursday, May 28, 2009

Furor grows over partisan car dealer closings
Mark Tapscott, Editorial Page Editor, The Washington Examiner, 05/27/09

RED ALERT: Did anti-Obama campaign
contributions dictate which Chrysler dealers were shuttered?
DirectorBlue, Monday, May 25, 2009

The Right-Wing Tango
We engage in what I call the right-wing tango
for a bit, dancing around each other giving
vague answers to questions until one of us
finally gives the secret password.
Joseph C. Phillips, Big Hollywood, Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Obama: Lying, But To Whom?
"...Obama's supporters trust him precisely because they believe
that he frequently misrepresents his own beliefs..."
"'Trust me: I'm lying!' I don't know, somehow it doesn't sound
like a tactic that will work over the long run.
John Hinderaker, PowerLine, May 25, 2009

Americas Most Successful Communist
Howard Husock, City Journal, Summer 2005

Can't Wait for This: New Animated ABC
Mike Judge Series Mocks Liberal Enviro-Crazies

Debbie Schlussel,, May 22, 2009

Drinking Harvey Milks Kool-Aid
Lionized by Hollywood and California state legislators,
the real Milk was a demagogue and pal of Jim Jones.

Daniel J. Flynn, City Journal, 21 May 2009

GOP's Steele Tells Party To Look Forward, Not Backward
Michael Steele, Investor's Business Daily, Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Obama's Injustice Department
The irresponsible Office of Professional Responsibility.

Michael Stokes Paulsen, The Weekly Standard, 05/25/2009

Thinking Globally, Screwing Locally
Greg Gutfeld, BigHollywood, Monday, May 18, 2009

Energy Myths and Realities
Keith O. Rattie
Chairman, President and CEO, Questar Corporation
Utah Valley University, April 2, 2009
(a .pdf document)

Killing a Story: How it's Done
[Did the New York Times kill a story to help Obama?]
John Hinderaker, PowerLine Blog, Sunday, May 17, 2009

Chrysler and the Rule of Law
The Founders put the contracts clause in the Constitution for a reason.

"The Obama administration's behavior in the Chrysler bankruptcy is a profound challenge to the rule
of law. Secured creditors -- entitled to first priority payment under the "absolute priority rule" --
have been browbeaten by an American president into accepting only 30 cents on the dollar
of their claims. Meanwhile, the United Auto Workers union, holding junior creditor claims, will get
about 50 cents on the dollar."
Todd J. Zywicki, The Wall Street Journal, Wednesday, May 13, 2009

CIA: Our Drones are Killing Terrorists. Promise.
"Al Qaeda is so spooked by CIA drone attacks that Osamas crew is staging spectacular
bombings in Pakistan, in an attempt to get America to call off its unmanned attack fleet..."
Noah Shachtman, Wired, May 11, 2009

Unafraid In Greenwich Connecticut
"The President's attempted diktat takes money from bondholders and gives it
to a labor union that delivers money and votes for him."

Clifford S. Asness, Ph.D., StumblingOnTruth, May 5, 2009

Cheney on Face the Nation
"Former Vice President Dick Cheney continued to take his case to the people..."
John Hinderaker, PowerLine, Sunday, May 10, 2009

Obama's Plan to Destroy Israel
"The overall idea is to keep a happy face pasted on
American Jewry while the knives are out in the dark."
Sultan Knish, Iyar 14, 5769

Man Detained for Displaying Dont Tread on Me Bumper Sticker
Dr. Archie Jones, American Vision, May 06, 2009

EXCLUSIVE: Secret U.S.-Israel nuclear accord in jeopardy
Obama set to betray our allies
Eli Lake, The Washington Times, Wednesday, May 6, 2009

White House puts UAW ahead of property rights
"We have just seen an episode of Gangster Government.
It is likely to be part of a continuing series."
Michael Barone, Senior Political Analyst, The Examiner, 05/05/09

Specter loses seniority on five committees

[You can always trust the Democrats to keep their word.]
Manu Raju, Politico, May 5, 2009

A Bully in the White House
"Barack Obama's lawless conduct in connection with the Chrysler
bankruptcy is sending shock waves through the business community."
John Hinderaker, PoweLine, May 5, 2009

Will Bad Science Policy Sink Recovery?
"Many Obama appointees who will be in a position to influence science- and technology-related
issues are ideological, radical, and poorly qualified to offer sound, unbiased advice on policy."
Henry I. Miller, Investor's Business Daily, Thursday, April 30, 2009

Is There a Story Here?
"...the FAA was aware of "the possibility of public concern regarding DOD
(Department of Defense) aircraft flying at low altitudes" in New York."
John Hinderaker, PowerLine, April 28, 2009

Security Before Politics
"...government has crossed the red line between properly protecting our national
security and trying to gain partisan political advantage."
Porter J. Goss, The Washington Post, Saturday, April 25, 2009

Clearly a Communist, &c.

Jay Nordlinger, National Review Online, Thursday, April 23, 2009

Details on the Pirate Saga
Free Republic, April 22, 2009

EXCLUSIVE: Obama OK'd 2 SEAL teams for pirates
Officials reject Internet rumors

[The official Obama ministry of propganda version.]
Bill Gertz, The Washington Times, Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Bigger Menace May Be Gov't, Not Extremists
Thomas Sowell,Investor's Business Daily, Tuesday, April 21, 2009

60% Say Government Has Too Much Power, Too Much Money
Rasmussen Reports,Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Criminalizing Conservatism
"Many liberals don't just want to defeat conservatives
at the polls, they want to send them to jail."
John Hinderaker, PowerLine Blog, April 21, 2009

Buy the Allen's Hamburgers sign on eBay.

Yukking it up with Daniel Ortega, &c.

"Many of Obamas foreign-policy touches have been sickening  morally sickening."
Jay Nordlinger, National Review Online, April 21, 2009

New Column: Peace Through Weakness
David Limbaugh, April 20, 2009

Bound to Burn
Humanity will keep spewing carbon into the atmosphere,
but good policy can help sink it back into the earth.

Peter W. Huber, City Journal, Spring, 2009

FBI spied on TEA Party Americans
Exclusive to the Northeast Intelligence Network & Canada Free Press

Douglas J. Hagmann, Director & Judi McLeod, Founding Editor, Canada Free Press, Sun, Apr 19, 2009

Holocaust Day 5769 Devoted to Children in the Holocaust
IsraelNN Staff, Arutz Sheva, Nisan 26, 5769

Official: Dissent Now Unpatriotic
John T. Simpson, Big Hollywood, Sun, Apr 19, 2009

Language Wars: The Truth Behind Obamas Social Construction of Reality
Dark Knight, Big Hollywood, Friday, April 17, 2009

New Column: Homeland Security Slanders
David Limbaugh, Thursday, April 16, 2009

Homeland issued 'extremism' report despite objections
Napolitano apologizes to veterans offended by report

Audrey Hudson, The Washington Times, Friday, April 17, 2009


Editorial: 'Tea parties' nothing more than starting point
Athens Banner-Herald, 4/14/2009

Study Says Small-Car Buyers Sacrifice Safety
Matthew L. Wald, The New York Times, April 14, 2009

Editorial: Athens-Clarke should play smart with stimulus

"It doesn't do much to inspire confidence in the federal economic stimulus
program to hear an Athens-Clarke County commissioner liken it to a game of darts."
Athens Banner-Herald, 4/13/2009

YAY! American Captain Freed From "Somalian Pirate" Islamic Terrorists,
But Crew Says Obama Waited Too Long

Debbie Schlussel,, April 13, 2009

Barack Obama, Civil Libertarian
The Cybersecurity Act of 2009...bypasses all existing privacy laws and allows White House
political operatives to tap into any online communication without a warrant, including
banking, medical, and business records and personal e-mail conversations.
John Hinderaker, PowerLine, April 10, 2009

Somebody Please Say, 'April Fools!'
"Today, we have the least capable, least accomplished people in the country 
our 535 national legislators, abetted by a handful of presidential advisers and Cabinet members 
seizing control of the private sector in ways that appear to be a
violation of the spirit, if not the letter, of the U.S. Constitution."
Investor's Business Daily, Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Now Youre Talking
Political talk radio is a vital part of 21st-century democracy.

Hugh Hewitt, National Review Online, April 1, 2009

The Coming War on Sovereignty
John Bolton, Commentary, March 2009

David Limbaugh: New Column: Another Day, Another Scary Nomination
Monday, March 30, 2009

Uncle Sam the Car Repair Man
"Obama evidently thinks that he knows better how to run an
automobile manufacturing company than the management of GM or Chrysler."
John Hinderaker, Powerline Blog, March 30, 2009

All the Wrong Moves
If the last two months are any indication,
Barack Obama is a better bowler than he is a president.
James Hudnall, Big Hollywood, Monday, March 30, 2009

Democrats and Cockroaches
"...Democrats are not cockroaches, because if you work very hard
and are very diligent, you can get rid of cockroaches."
Skip Press, Big Hollywood, March 27, 2009

The Economic Contradictions of Obama-ism

John Steele Gordon, Commentary, April, 2009

Dear A.I.G., I Quit!
The following is a letter sent on Tuesday by Jake DeSantis, an executive vice president of the American
International Groups financial products unit, to Edward M. Liddy, the chief executive of A.I.G.
The New York Times, Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Barack Speaks
"When a politician is capable of this sort of bald-faced lie,
an alarm bell has to go off every time he opens his mouth."
John Hinderaker, Powerline, March 24, 2009

Obamas Remarkable 9/11 Blindspot
John Ziegler, Big Hollywood,, Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Dispelling The Global Warming Myth
John Hinderaker, Power Line, March 22, 2009

The Outrage Kabuki
And the limits of telepromptered cool.

"More immediately, what message do you send to the world when legal contracts can be
abrogated by retrospective confiscatory bills of attainder? You think thats
going to get anyone investing in America again?"
Mark Steyn, National Review Online, March 21, 2009

Dan Gifford, Big Hollywood, Sunday, March 22, 2009

Og, The Original Forgotten Man
Veronica DiPippo, Big Hollywood, Sunday, March 22, 2009

Comandante Obama
The president has made America look like a banana republic.

Peter Robinson, Forbes, February 27, 2009

Will Obama Go AWOL on VA Health Benefits?
David K. Rehbein, The Wall Street Journal, March 18, 2009
Mr. Rehbein, a former U.S. Army sergeant of the Vietnam War era, is national commander of
the 2.6 million-member American Legion, the nation's largest wartime veterans organization.

Obama mulls making vets foot bill for service injuries
David Goldstein, The Buffalo News, Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Team Obama's Anti-Israel Turn
John Bolton, New York Post, Friday, March 13, 2009

Paglia & Co. Blame Everyone-Anyone But Man In Charge
"Obamas recent treatment of Gordon Brown gave us a small window into the kind of guy were truly dealing with:
classless, offensive and tacky (odd that this also seems to describe socialism!). This is not how presidents behave.
Unfortunately, it appears that this presidents skill set does not extend beyond campaigning."
Riley Hunter, Big Hollywood, Friday, March 13, 2009

Obama's Poll Numbers Are Falling to Earth
Douglas E. Schoen and Scott Rasmussen, The Wall Street Journal, Thursday, March 12, 2009

Protecting Against Inflation By Resuscitating The Gold Clause (Part I)
Henry Mark Holzer, Tuesday, March 10, 2009

The Alan Greenspan Story: From Objectivist to Statist
Henry Mark Holzer, Sunday, March 1, 2009

Barack Obama 'too tired' to give proper welcome to Gordon Brown
Barack Obama's offhand approach to Gordon Brown's Washington visit last week came
about because the president was facing exhaustion over America's economic crisis and is
unable to focus on foreign affairs, the Sunday Telegraph has been told.

Tim Shipman, The Telegraph (UK), March 7, 2009

Great news: Obama fumbled Brown visit because he's in over his head
Ed Morrissey, Hot Air, March 7, 2009

Victims Of Socialism
"The Swedish government system...refuses to provide some expensive medication and,
inhumanely, refuses to let patients buy the drugs themselves." Investor's Business Daily, Friday, March 06, 2009

Obama's Radicalism Is Killing the Dow
A financial crisis is the worst time to change the foundations of American capitalism.

"The budget more than doubles the national debt held by the public, adding more to the
debt than all previous presidents -- from George Washington to George W. Bush -- combined."
Michael J. Boskin, The Wall Street Hournal, March 6, 2009

I Daresay It Is Time We Deal With the Mutineers Aboard the S.S. Conservatism
T. Coddington Van Voorhees VII
Editor, the National Topsider
Membership Chairman, The Newport Club

Letter from a law student
Neal's Nuze, March 5, 2009

Shook up about Rush, &c.

Jay Nordlinger, National Review Online, March 05, 2009

Freeman: Beyond The Pale
"[Obama appointee to chair the National Intelligence Council] Freeman's
loyalty to Saudi Arabia and his outside-the-mainstream views on the
Middle East make him a strange choice for the post, to say the least."
John Hinderaker, Powerline Blog, February 27, 2009

Quantifying Risk Under The Watchful Eye Of Government
John Hinderaker, Powerline Blog, February 26, 2009

Hollywood Bailout, Take Two
"Now Im no economist, but when youre faced with both soaring debt and galloping deficits what
else is there to do but borrow three quarters of a trillion dollars from China and spend it on miscellaneous
social programs and digital TV converter boxes? Its really kind of a no-brainer."
Ned Rice, Big Hollywood, Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Obama's Stunted Stimulus
"Judged by his own standards, President Obama's $787 billion
economic stimulus program is deeply disappointing."
Robert J. Samuelson, The Washington Post, Monday, February 23, 2009

Oklahoma City police officer pulls man over for anti-Obama sign on vehicle

Johnny Johnson, The Oklahoman, February 19, 2009

Obama Gives What Doctor Did Not Order
"American patients who have cancer or other life-threatening problems need and get prompt care,
and we don't want that to "change." In Canada, England and elsewhere, patients are
deemed by the government to be unworthy of treatment because of age or severity of illness,
and they die while sitting on waiting lists for rationed care."
Phyllis Schlafly, Investor's Business Daily, Wednesday, February 18, 2009

The Groves of Hackademe
"Feeling, as I do, that most professors, aside from those teaching science or math, are over-paid,
under-worked, left-wing narcissists infatuated with the sound of their own voices, it makes perfect
sense that it would be nearly impossible to make a movie about them that wasnt a slapstick comedy."
Burt Prelutsky, Big Hollywood, Wednesday, Ferbuary 18, 2009

Promises, Promises
Soaring expectations collide with harsh political realities.
How Barack Obama looks from Chicagoland.

Joseph Epstein, Newsweek, From the magazine issue dated Feb 23, 2009

The Obamateur Hour
How long will it last?

Mark Steyn, National Review Online, February 14, 2009

If America Socializes Healthcare, Where Will Canadians Go For Medical Attention?
Steven Crowder,Big Hollywood, February 14, 2009

Obama's cool fireside chats—hubris anyone?
"In 2004, two UCLA economists determined that the economic policies
of FDR prolonged the Great Depression by seven years."
Skip Press, Big Hollywood, February 8, 2009

Fly On The Wal
Undercover At Wal-Mart, The Heartland Superstore That May Save The Economy

Charles Platt, The New York Post, February 7, 2009

Obama, All at Sea
Its the new presidents mythology that urgently needs some stimulus.

Mark Steyn, National Review Online, February 7, 2009

The Meaning of Sarah Palin
Yuval Levin, Commentary, February 2009

The Next Catastrophe
Think Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were a politicized financial disaster?
Just wait until pension funds implode.

Jon Entine, ReasonOnline, February 2009

Why I Am A Bad Jew
Rami Kaminski, MD,,, Posted 2/5/2009 by David Horowitz

Hope He Can Change
An Obamaplosion

Victor Davis Hanson, Works and Days, February 3, 2009

Frank Gaffney, The Washington Times, Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Daniel Pearl and the Normalization of Evil
When will our luminaries stop making excuses for terror?

"This week marks the seventh anniversary of the murder of our son,
former Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl."
Judea Pearl, The Wall Street Journal, February 2, 2009

Global Intelligence Briefing for CEO's- By Herbert Meyer

U.S. Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works
Hearing Statements
Statement of Dr. David Deming
University of Oklahoma
College of Earth and Energy
Climate Change and the Media

Do Liberals Help The Terrorists?
"Evidently they do."
David Horowitz,, 1/23/2009

What keeps Obama up at night?
"Did President-elect Obama schedule his resignation from the Senate in order to shut down
an embarrassing investigation of his personal finances by the Senate Ethics Committee?"
Moira Bagley, The New Majority, Wednesday, January 21, 2009

How Conservatives Should Celebrate the Inauguration
David Horowitz,, Tuesday, January 20, 2009

President Bush: An Assessment
John Hinderaker, Powerline Blog, January 19, 2009

Tortured Logic
Military Justice: Should terrorists willing to strap explosives to their chests
be freed because someone poured water down their nose? The ACLU thinks so and
wants the killer of 17 American sailors freed.

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY, Friday, January 16, 2009

If I Wrote For The Huffington Post - Give Geese A Chance
Andy Levy, Big Hollywood, January 15, 2009

Once Scorned, Deer Hunters Find Welcome in Suburban Md.
Steve Hendrix, Washington Post, January 12, 2009

Blacklisted Again: Three Times Not The Charm
Orson Bean, Big Hollywood, January 9, 2009

The Workshops Of Identity
"And how  pardon the profanity  how ironic is it that those libertines, those most
determined to be able to do whatever they want, whenever they want, and at no cost to
themselves how ironic, how pathetic, how tragic, how infuriating and indeed,
how insane is it that they  they alone  now control the mythology and the message of
the workshop of our identity?"
Bill Whittle, Big Hollywood, January 8, 2009

Inherit the What?
The Kennedy legacy isn't what it used to be.

Noemie Emery, The Weekly Standard, January 5, 2009

Funny Business in Minnesota
In which every dubious ruling seems to help Al Franken.

The Wall Street Journal, January 5, 2009

In Gaza, they dont vote for Hamas because they want access to university education.

Mark Steyn, National Review Online, January 3, 2009

'The end' as a weapon
Some environmentalists have their own fixation with the apocalypse, just not the biblical one.
This involves the wrath of nature and the ecological end times. But fear is an ineffective tool for any cause.

Tom Krattenmaker, USA Today, December 15, 2008

Corruptocrats With 'D' Beside Their Names
Michelle Malkin, Investor's Business Daily, Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Corruptocrat alert: Blagojevich taken into custody by FBI;
conspired to sell/trade Senate seat, HHS position, stifle newspaper

Michelle Malkin, December 9, 2008

BREITBART: I believe Hillary's cardboard cutout

"At the exact moment Jon Favreau is receiving high praise in pre-inaugural media puff pieces,
the 27-year-old chief speechwriter for President-elect Barack Obama (not Jon Favreau, the
Hollywood actor/ director) finds himself in a minor mess over a photo from a recent private
party showing him groping the breast of a cardboard cutout of Hillary Rodham Clinton as an
unnamed pal wearing an "Obama staff" T-shirt kisses and feeds her beer."
"If the photo had exposed a Republican offender,
there'd already be a full-bore media scandal and cascading resignations."
Andrew Breitbart, The Washington Times, Monday, December 8, 2008

Civics Might As Well Be Rocket Science
"Name the three branches of government. If you answered the executive,
legislative and judicial, you are more informed than 50% of Americans."
Walter E. Williams, Investor's Business Daily, Friday, December 05, 2008

Parallel Lives
In politics today, intention, symbolism, and rhetoric are everything; facts, nothing.
Victor Davis Hanson, National Review Online, Friday, December 5, 2008

Chambliss thwarts Dems
Shannon McCaffrey, Associated Press, The Athens Banner-Herald, 11:54 pm on 12/2/2008

The Shagged Sheep
This Is A Long Piece But It Does Have Underage Sex And Bestiality In It. So Enjoy!

Mark Steyn, Sunday, 30 November 2008

Miller says Chambliss is only man left to halt far-left agenda
Jim Tharpe, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Thursday, November 27, 2008

We Have Become A Nation Of Thieves
Walter E. Williams, Investors Business Daily, November 19, 2008

Nightmare on Constitution Avenue
'Election Day' won't end until Democrats have 60.

John Fund, The Wall Street Journal, November 14, 2008

Tolerance fails T-shirt test
John Kass, Chicago Tribune, November 13, 2008

Obama to use executive orders for immediate impact
Stephen Ohlemacher, Associated Press, The Washington Times, November 9, 2008

Worry, but be happy: Coping with an Obama presidency
Paul Mirengoff, D C Examiner, November 7, 2008

Dems Target Private Retirement Accounts
Democratic leaders in the U.S. House discuss confiscating 401(k)s, IRAs
Karen McMahan, Carolina Journal Online, November 04, 2008

For those who are actually curious, an elegant, non-partisan, explanation of the economic crisis
Three Trends and a Train Wreck
Tyler Cowen, The New York Times
Posted by David Horowitz,, October 19, 2008

Obama campaign workers angry over unpaid wages
"Police were called to the Obama campaign office on
North Meridian Street downtown to control the crowd."
WTHR Eyewitness News,Indianapolis, Nov 5, 2008, Updated: Nov 6, 2008

Milwaukee Puts a Vote-Fraud Cop Out of Business
Local Democrats don't take the issue seriously.

John Fund, The Wall Street Journal, Tuesday, November 4, 2008

New Column: Sorry, but Obama Scares Me
David Limbaugh, November 03, 2008

The End of Journalism
Sometime in 2008, journalism as we knew it died, and advocacy media took its place.

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review Online, October 31, 2008

Stealing An Election?
Obama's Dubious Allies

"This election has really served to demonstrate the importance of a free,
independent and honest press and how unfortunate it is that we don't have one."
Glenn Harlan Reynolds, The New York Post, November 3, 2008

David Limbaugh: New Column: Obama: Fundamental Change? Count on It
Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Will Obama Gut Defense?
Capitol Hill Democrats want to target the Pentagon.

Bret Stephens, The Wall Street Journal, October 28, 2008

Dubious Donations
Bam's Web Site Invites Fraud

Scott W. Johnson, The New York Post, October 27, 2008

Obama's Fishy $200 Million
"An auditor for the Federal Election Commission is attempting to have his bosses seek a formal investigation into the collection by the Obama for President campaign of more than $200 million in potentially illegal political donations"
The Prowler, American Spectator, October 2, 2008

Who Is John Galt?
"'As the Powerline reader has noted, if "John Galt" of "Ayn Rand Lane" attempts a contribution at the McCain campaign, it gets rejected. Which is just as well. If the Republican candidate's website were intentionally set up to facilitate fraudulent donations, it would be on the front page of The New York Times. But, as it's King Barack the Spreader, we can rest assured the crack investigative units will be too preoccupied with Governor Palin's shoes over the next two weeks.'"
Scott Johnson, Powerline, October 23, 2008

Donor Patrol: Obamas Online Site Accepts More Fakes
Michael Luo, The New York Times, October 23, 2008

Della's street
" order to permit fraud as easy as that which the Obama campaign is facilitating, you have to uncheck every single box on the AVS system, each one of which makes it very explicit just what you're doing - ie, accepting transactions with no "billing address", no "street address" match, no "zip code" match, with a bank "of non-US origin"...When you've disabled the whole lot one step at a time, then you've got a system tailor-made for fake names and bogus addresses."
Mark Steyn, National Review Online, October 23, 2008

Would the Last Honest Reporter Please Turn On the Lights?
"These are facts. This financial crisis was completely preventable.
The party that blocked any attempt to prevent it was ... the Democratic Party.
The party that tried to prevent it was ... the Republican Party."
Orson Scott Card, Meridian, Wednesday, October 22, 2008

IBD/TIPP Tracking Poll (Oct 17-21)

Boasting Weakness
Election '08: The latest in the endless series of gaffes from Obama running mate Joseph Biden is his warning
that our enemies would test a President Obama early on. We need a president they would fear to test.

Investor's Business Daily, Tuesday, October 21, 2008

John McCain and an Army of Joes
The real anger at McCains rallies.

Byron York, National Review, October 20, 2008

The Audacity of Barack Obama
Charles Kesler, Real Clear Politics, October 17, 2008

In their own words, why some people like Obama

David Limbaugh: New Column: Still Time for Voters To Wake Up
"The campaign's efforts to steal the election, if necessary, and suppress the constitutionally
protected expression of its opponents aligns with its plans for government to
subsume the health care industry and to use the tax code to punish success and
further erode private property, the backbone of liberty."
Monday, October 13, 2008

Investors' Real Fear: A Socialist Tsunami
The Crash: "Why has the market dropped so much?" everyone asks.
What is it about the specter of our first socialist president and the end of
capitalism as we know it that they don't understand?

Investor's Business Daily, Posted Friday, October 10, 2008

Spreading The Virus
"FOR years, ACORN had combined manipulation of the CRA with intimidation-
protest tactics to force banks to lower credit standards. Its crusade, with help
from Democrats in Congress, to push these high-risk "subprime" loans on
banks is at the root of today's economic meltdown."
"As a presidential candidate, Obama promises a massive national-service program closely allied with the
nonprofit sector. He wants to remove 'barriers for smaller nonprofits to participate in government programs.'
In other words, he plans a massive effort to funnel America's youth into volunteer work alongside the likes
of ACORN. So Obama's favorite community organizers may soon be training your child."
Stanley Kurtz, New York Post, Maonday, October 13, 2008

Crush the Obamedia narrative:
Look who's gripped by insane rage

"The Obamedia is attempting to set yet another false narrative:
The narrative of the McCain mob. McCain-Palin rallies are out of control,
they wheedle. Conservatives are mad! They're yelling mean things about Obama
and calling him names! It's scaaaaary!"
Michelle Malkin, October 12, 2008

McCain saw it coming
Letter from Sen. McCain to Sen. Frist, May 5, 2006
Warns of the danger of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

The Coming Obama Thugocracy
The end of free speech in America.
Michael Barone,, Saturday, October 11, 2008

Is ACORN Stealing The Election?
Election Fraud: A radical group Barack Obama used to work for is committing voter-registration
fraud in several states, ahead of the election. What does Obama know about this scam?

Investor's Business Daily, Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Planting Seeds of Disaster
ACORN, Barack Obama, and the Democratic party.

Stanley Kurtz, National Review Online, October 07, 2008

We're Not Headed for a Depression
No, this isn't the crisis that kills global capitalism.

Gary S. Becker, The Wall Street Journal, October 7, 2008

Biden's Fantasy World
Sarah Palin may not know as much about the world, but at least most of what she knows is true.

The Wall Street Journal, Monday, October 6, 2008

The Lies Biden Told
"For all the focus on Sarah Palin's graceful performance in Thursday's vice presidential showdown,
a more significant spectacle was taking place behind the other rostrum.
That's where Joe Biden, speaking with the pompus self-importance befitting
his 36 years in the Senate, told one baffling fib after another."
The New York Post, October 4, 2008

Secret, Foreign Money Floods Into Obama Campaign
What is the chance that these contributions are legal? Just about zero.
Kenneth R. Timmerman, NewsMax, September 29, 2008

36 Hours of Alarm and Action as Crisis Spiraled
The who and the what, but not the why, of the turmoil on Wall Street
Joe Nocera, The New York Times, October 1, 2008

Obamas Assault on the First Amendment
Stifling political debate with threats of prosecution is not the rule of law  its tyranny.

Andrew C. McCarthy, Natinal Review Online, October 1, 2008

O's Dangerous Pals
Barack's 'Organizer' Buds Pushed For Bad Mortgages

" organizers help to undermine the US economy by pushing the banking system into a
sinkhole of bad loans. And Obama has spent years training and funding the organizers who do it."
Chutzpah: ACORN's drive to lower mortgage standards paved the way for the meltdown - yet last week, it
was holding protests like this one in Florida, trying to get a cut of the financial-market-rescue bill.
Stanley Kurtz, New York Post, September 29, 2008

Rescuing ACORN
"Democrats want to use profits from the bailout as a slush fund for liberal
activist groups, even those involved in vote fraud to help elect Barack Obama."
Investor's Business Daily, Friday, September 26, 2008

Obama and Ayers Pushed Radicalism On Schools
Stanley Kurtz, The Wall Street Journal, September 23, 2008

How Obama Applies Alinsky's Rules
"Rule: "Rub raw the resentments of the people; search out controversy and issues."
Investor's Business Daily, Monday, September 22, 2008

The truth behind the Census Bureaus insurance figure
Sally C. Pipes, DC Examiner, September 21, 2008

How the Democrats Created the Financial Crisis
Commentary by Kevin Hassett,, September 22, 2008

Hope, Change, & Lies: Orchestrated "Grassroots"
Smear Campaigns & the People that Run Them

The Jawa Report, September 22, 2008

Deep Secrets Of Campaign 2008
"...important stories illuminating Obama's character, judgment
and lack of seriousness have been thrown down the memory hole..."
Scott Johnson, Power Line, September 22, 2008

The Palin Effect
Her enemies are bellowing like a wounded moose.

"So they lied all along when they said they wanted to help and empower all women. Who knew?"
Noemie Emery, The Weekly Standard, 09/29/2008

Washington Post Faults McCain For Relying On...Washington Post
Byron York, NRO Online, Friday, September 19, 2008

Investing 101: Don't Ever Sell America Short
Lawrence Kudlow, Investor's Business Daily, Thursday, September 18, 2008

Paying A High Cost For Racial Identity
Thomas Sowell, Investor's Business Daily, Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Community Organizer In Chief
Election '08: Barack Obama claims he worked for a "small group of churches"
as a community organizer. In fact, he was hired by a radical Alinskyite group,
and Saul Alinsky's own son has outed him

Investor's Business Daily, Tuesday, September 16, 2008

When in touble, cheat
"The Democrats are sinking in the polls, but, as always,
they have an ace in the hole: voter fraud."
John Hineraker, Power Line, September 15, 2008

Among the Paultards
Even they are ashamed of their candidate's supporters.

Matt Labash The Weekly Standard, September 15, 2008

The Hunt for Sarah October
City slickers invade Wasilla

The Wall Street Journal, September 9, 2008

Hasn't The Weather Been Funny Lately?
Powerline, September 6, 2008

Sleeping With Adel Al-Jubeir & Dan Senor:
The Foreign Policy "Experience" of Campbell Brown v. Sarah Palin

Debbie Schlussel, September 03, 2008

The Best Man Turned Out To Be A Woman
"After drawing "Keith + Obama" hearts on their denim notebooks, Keith Olbermann and
Chris Matthews stayed up all night last Thursday, writing jokes about
Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, the presumed vice presidential pick.
Now they can't use any of them."
Ann Coulter,, September 3, 2008

Sheriff's investigation: Anarchists discussed kidnapping delegates
Emily Gurnon and Mara H. Gottfried , Pioneer Press, September 3, 2008
Application for search warrant and supportin affadavit (.pdf file)

Obama's Motion To Suppress
Free Speech: It appears Team Obama will stop at nothing to intimidate and harass
those who would expose his long and cozy relationship with terrorist William Ayers.
As in the '60s, lefties think freedom of speech applies only to them.

Investor's Business Daily,Tuesday, September 02, 2008

The Face Of Evil
"The Communist/anarchist/truther/pro-Obama protesters were out in force,
committing various crimes and attempting to disrupt the proceedings." Powerline, September 1, 2008

Obama Should Come Clean on Ayers, Rezko ond the Iraqi Billionaire
John Fund, The Wall Street Journal, August 30, 2008

Annenberg Papers: Putting On Ayers?
Election '08: The Obama camp tries to suppress a campaign ad and university archives
linking the candidate to a '60s terrorist who hosted his first campaign fundraiser.

Investor's Business Daily, Wednesday, August 27, 2008

The top 10 films about campaigns
Ruthe Stein, The San Fransico Chronicle, Sunday, August 24, 2008

Is the grass greener with socialized medicine?
"According to an August 2008 study published in Lancet Oncology, the renowned British
medical journal, Americans have a better than five-year survival rate for 13 of the
16 most prominent cancers when compared with their European and Canadian counterparts."
Sally C. Pipes, The Examiner, August 23, 2008

The answer, my friend, isn't blowing in the wind, after all
"All in all, wind power will substantially increase our power costs
and increase the frequency of power blackouts. What absolute madness."
Robert M. Sykes, The Columbus Dispatch, Saturday, August 16, 2008
Professor emeritus Civil and environmental engineering Ohio State University Mount Vernon

Obama's Radical Roots And Rules
Election '08: Most Americans revile socialism, yet Barack Obama's poll numbers remain
competitive. One explanation: He's a longtime disciple of a man whose mission was
to teach radicals to disguise their ideology.

Investor's Business Daily, Thursday, August 14, 2008

The Pickens Scam: Taxpayers Beware
John Bender, Ether Zone, August 14, 2008

Hunters claim to have nabbed Bigfoot, Internet goes nuts

Caroline McCarthy, C-Net News, August 14, 2008

For Most People, College Is a Waste of Time

Charles Murray, The Wall Street Journal, August 13, 2008

Young Obama's Red Mentor
Election '08: The mainstream media have finally gotten around to revealing
Barack Obama's early mentor. But they've downplayed the mystery man's communist background.

Investor's Business Daily, Tuesday, August 05, 2008

President Obama Continues Hectic Victory Tour
Dana Milbank, The Washington Post, Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Fix this medical ethics glitch
Government health care in Oregon--your treatment will be too expensive, kill yourself.
The Oregonian,Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Barack Obama's Stealth Socialism
"Before friendly audiences, Barack Obama speaks passionately about something called "economic
justice." He uses the term obliquely, though, speaking in code  socialist code."
Investor's Business Daily, Monday, July 28, 2008

The Far Left's War on Direct Democracy

John Fund, The Wall Street Journal, July 26, 2008

He ventured forth to bring light to the world
The anointed one's pilgrimage to the Holy Land is a miracle in action
- and a blessing to all his faithful followers
Gerard Baker, TimesOnline (UK), July 25, 2008

Putting Money Where Mouths Are: Media Donations Favor Dems 100-1
"The New York Times' refusal to publish John McCain's rebuttal to Barack Obama's Iraq op-ed
may be the most glaring example of liberal media bias this journalist has ever seen.
But true proof of widespread media bias requires one to follow
an old journalism maxim: Follow the money."
William Tate, Investors Business Daily, Wednesday, July 23, 2008

No smoking hot spot
"There is no evidence to support the idea that carbon emissions
cause significant global warming. None."
David Evans, The Australian, July 18, 2008
Dr David Evans was a consultant to the Australian Greenhouse Office from 1999 to 2005.

Political Diary

Dr. Broun Goes Back to Washington
John Fund, Wall Street Journal, July 17, 2008

Obama, Shaman
The candidates post-masculine charisma tempts America in the age of Oprah.

Michael Knox Beran, City Journal, Summer 2008

Easy win for Broun, but other incumbents struggle
Blake Aued, Athens Banner-Herald, Wednesday, July 16, 2008

American Politics Aren't 'Post-Racial'

Dorothy Rabinowitz, The Wall Street Journal, July 7, 2008

Undercover city detective finds hints of danger among mosques
"The detective reported that some youths became extremists after they traveled
to their home countries; others went on the hajj - the pilgrimage to Mecca -
and came back fired up by imams who encouraged violence as a religious obligation."
Patrice O'Shaughnessy, (New York) Daily News, Sat, July 5, 2008

Why We Went to War in Iraq
Douglas J. Feith, The Wall Street Journal, July 3, 2008
Mr. Feith, under secretary of defense for policy from 2001 to 2005, is author of "War and Decision:
Inside the Pentagon at the Dawn of the War on Terrorism" (HarperCollins, 2008),
the author's proceeds of which are being donated to charities for veterans and their families.

The Truth About Big Oil's Windfall Profits
"The reason Big Oil is making a lot of money is that oil is scarce --
and that's probably the worst time you should give the oil companies less incentive to find more oil."
Morgan Housel, The Motley Fool, June 30, 2008

Grim proving ground for Obama's housing policy
[At best, the appearance of corruption]
Binyamin Appelbaum, The Boston Globe, June 27, 2008

The Farce Continues
"It is clear, however, that some, at least, of the Democrats who engage in these witch-hunts
now identify with members of al Qaeda and unapologetically represent their interests."
John Hinderaker, Powerline, June 26, 2008

Obama: The Early Years
Urgent: follow the links in this post.
John Hinderaker, Powerline Blog, June 22, 2008

Islams War Doctrines Ignored
"...though military studies have traditionally valued and absorbed the texts of classical war
doctrine  such as Clausewitzs On War, Sun Tzus The Art of War, even the exploits of Alexander
the Great as recorded in Arrian and Plutarch  Islamic war doctrine, which is just as,
if not more, textually grounded, is totally ignored."
Raymond Ibrahim, MESH (Middle East Strategy at Harvard), June 19, 2008

Bush's America: 100 Percent Al-Qaida Free Since 2001
Ann Coulter, RedStates.usa, June 11, 2008

Obama and McCain
"Iran's nuclear bomb will be the terrorists' nuclear bomb--
and they can make 9/11 look like child's play."
Thomas Sowell, Townhall, June 05, 2008

Obama, Political Viagra
Now is when you get worried.

Mark Steyn, National Review Online, June 7, 2008

Iraq and the Election
"The good news in Iraq is increasingly undeniable, even to the media."
Wall Street Journal, June 6, 2008

First Wave at Omaha Beach
Unlike what happens to other great battles, the passing of the years
and the retelling of the story have softened the horror of Omaha Beach on D Day.
S. L. A. Marshall, The Atlantic Monthly, November 1960,
The, June 6, 2008

Obama the naive
His views on world affairs ignore history and imperil the U.S. and our allies.
John R. Bolton, The Los Angeles Times, June 5, 2008

Blame Congress for High Oil Prices
"...15% of the cost of gasoline at the pump goes for taxes, while only 4% represents oil company profits."
Mackubin Thomas Owens, The Wall Street Journal, May 29, 2008

The Kennedy-Khrushchev Conference for Dummies
Remedial history for Barack Obama.

Scott W. Johnson, The Weekly Standard, May 28, 2008

Change You'll Have to Pay For

"Here's one "change" presidential candidate Barack Obama
apparently believes in: higher prices. "
Wall Street Journal Asia,May 28, 2008

She lay 5 days on stretcher in ER

"I'm angry we pay such high taxes and the more money we throw at the health care system
the worse it gets. People shouldn't be lined up on stretchers in the emergency department.
If you are sick you should get a room."
Clinton and Obama want this for you.
Kevin Connor, The Toronto Sun, May 23, 2008

Are We Safer?
"On the stump, Barack Obama usually concludes his comments
on Iraq by saying, 'and it hasn't made us safer.'"
John H. Hinderaker, Power Line, MAY 25, 2008

The Fall of Lebanon
"May 21, 2008, is a date--like December 7 (1941) and September 11 (2001)--that
should now live in infamy. Yet who will notice, mourn, or act the wiser for it?
On that day, the Beirut spring was buried under the reign of Hizballah."
Barry Rubin, GLORIA, Gobal research in International Affairs, May 24, 2008

Beneath the Hope . . .
Obama and the politics of grievance

Victor Davis Hanson, May 23, 2008

Obama's Growing Gaffe
"...a presidential candidate makes a gaffe, then, realizing it is too egregious to take back
without suffering humiliation, decides to make it a centerpiece of his foreign policy."
Charles Krauthammer, Real Clear Politics, May 23, 2008

Democrats Launch McCainpedia, an Attack Site Masquerading as a Wiki
Sarah Lai Stirland, Wired Magazine, May 19, 2008

Poisonous "Authenticity"
Jeremiah Wright draws on a long line of Afrocentric charlatans.

Heather Mac Donald, City Journal, 29 April 2008

Medicaid Money Laundering

"The right word for this is fraud."
The Wall Street Journal, May 19, 2008

Pity Party

"The Democrats aren't the ones falling apart, the Republicans are."
"Mr. Bush has squandered the hard-built paternity of 40 years."
Peggy Noonan, The Wall Street Journal, May 16, 2008

The company Obama has kept deflates voters' hopes
Rod Dreher, The Athens Banner-Herald, May 16, 2008
Dreher is a Dallas Morning News editorial columnist.

McCain's Letter To Obama
Text Of Republican Senator's Letter On Lobbying Reform

CBS News, Feb. 7, 2006

Democrats' Hybrid Pickup Trucks
"It is beyond outrageous for liberals to complain about the practice
of linking Democrats to the national party when their calculated strategy in race after race
in the red states has been to run Democratic candidates who appear to be Americans."
Ann Coulter, RedState.USA, May 14, 2008

Michelle Obama's Gospel Of Bitterness
"The burden of paying for her undergraduate education at Princeton and her
law school education at Harvard has scarred her. It remains a motif
of her stump speech. No one is accorded a chance to ask her if she thought about
attending the University of Illinois, or if she's grateful for any of the financial
assistance that facilitated her and her husband's attendance at the finest institutions
of higher learning in the United States."
Scott Johnson, PowerLine Blog, MAY 6, 2008

Democrats Platform for Revolution
"Though Alinsky died in 1972, his legacy has lived on as a staple of leftist method,
a veritable blueprint for revolution -- to which both Democratic presidential candidates,
who are his disciples and protégés, refer euphemistically as 'change.'"
John Perazzo,, Monday, May 05, 2008

Less Than Half of all Published Scientists Endorse Global Warming Theory
U S Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, August 29, 2008

The 'Race' Speech Revisited
"I can no more disown him [Jeremiah Wright] than I can disown my white grandmother."
-- Barack Obama, Philadelphia, March 18
Charles Krauthammer,, May 02, 2008

Where Were Obama's Friends?

"At Barack Obama's darkest hour, not one prominent ally came forward to support him."
Daniel Henninger, The Wall Street Journal, May 1, 2008

Political Diary
Hoosier Daddy?

"...and that critics of the law 'have produced not a single piece of
evidence of any identifiable registered voter who would be prevented from voting.'"
John Fund, The Wall Street Journal, April 30, 2008

The Myth of the Walk Aways
Abandoned homes are a questionable symbol of the housing crisis.

Zubin Jelveh, Condé Nast Portfolio, Apr 29 2008

Feed your Prius, starve a peasant
Mark Steyn, Orange County Register, April 26, 2008

You Don't Need A Weatherman to Know Which Candidate Blows
"The key problem for Hillary's campaign is that normal people
reel back in horror at her association with the Clinton administration."
Ann Coulter,, April 23, 2008

Hillary's Terrorist Ties
Dick Morris & Eileen Mcgann,, April 18, 2008

Was It the Right War?
Abdul Razzaq al-Saiedi, The New York Times, April 18, 2008

Our Climate Numbers Are a Big Old Mess

"The earth's paltry warming trend, 0.31 degrees Fahrenheit per decade since the mid-1970s,
isn't enough to scare people into poverty. And even that 0.31 degree figure is suspect."
Patrick Michaels, The Wall Street Journal, April 18, 2008

They Really Do Plan to Surrender
Don't put your hope in Democratic statesmanship.

"What matters is that both Obama and Clinton promise
to end the war regardless of conditions on the ground."
Matthew Continetti, The Weekly Standard, April 21, 2008

So That's Why His Pro Football Career Tanked:
Herschel Walker Claims He's the New "Sybil," Even Has "White" Personality
"I used to think the reason Herschel Walker's NFL career didn't work out was the Heisman curse.
Debbie Schlussel,April 14, 2008

Campaign-Finance Meltdown

"Their [Democrats] behavior suggests what they really want
is the politicized breakdown of the campaign-finance system."
The Wall Street Journal, April 16, 2008

Obama's Flaws Multiply

"Speaking to small-town voters in Iowa last year, he asked,
'Anybody gone into Whole Foods lately and see what they charge for arugula?'"
John Fund, The Wall Street Journal, April 15, 2008

Our European Candidate
The Real Obama?

"...his inability to simply apologize for the stupid remarks and move on
suggests that he may well think he has said nothing wrong."
Victor Davis Hanson, April 14, 2008

The Health Insurance Mafia

"You don't need to be an economist to understand that any middleman interposed
between seller and buyer raises the price of a given service or product."
Jonathan Kellerman, The Wall Street Journal,April 14, 2008

Pennsylvania Divided

"As a Pennsylvania voter, I'm disheartened by the identity politics now playing out
as both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama battle for votes among Democratic Party factions."
Jerry Bowyer, The Wall Street Journal, April 12, 2008

Is there a pattern here?
Here we go again with Wright Redux.

"Now any hate-monger, it seems, can go on a public racist rant,
with the expectation that there will be no credible and absolute public condemnation."
Victor Davis Hanson,April 10, 2008

Obama's Minister Problem
"I am a strong supporter of and a substantial fundraiser for
Hillary Clinton for president (though in this column I speak only for myself)."
Lanny J. Davis, The Wall Street Journal, April 9, 2008
Mr. Davis, a Washington, D.C. attorney, is former special counsel to President Clinton.

The Trouble With Brand Hillary
"Recently the Clinton campaign released a portion Sen. Clinton's White House daily activity logs.
A preliminary analysis of these logs has begun to reveal Mrs. Clinton's claims of experience to be overstated."
Michael Zeldin, The Wall Street Journal, April 9, 2008
Mr. Zeldin is the former independent counsel who investigated the tampering with Bill Clinton's passport.
He is a part-time volunteer for the Obama campaign in the primary cycle.

Dreams From My Father, Lame Excuses From My Grandfather
"Since a Chinese graduate student at Columbia University, Minghui Yu, was killed last Friday when
black youths violently set upon him, sending him running into traffic to escape,
I think B. Hussein Obama ought to start referring to the mind-set of the 'typical Asian person.'"
Ann Coulter, RedStateUSA, April 09, 2008

The Audacity of Rhetoric
Thomas Sowell, Jewish World Review, 19 Adar II 5768

Obama's speech
Thomas Sowell, Jewish World Review, 12 Adar II 5768

Tell us what you really think, Ann
Obama's Dimestore "Mein Kampf"
"Forget Rev. Jeremiah Wright -- Wright is Booker T. Washington compared to this guy."
Ann Coulter, RedStateUSA, April 02, 2008

What Rev. Wright Has Wrought
"While it was not Obamas intent to unleash racial animosity,
the net effect of rationalizing Wright will be precisely that."
Victor Davis Hanson, Sun, March 30, 2008

Hackers Assault Epilepsy Patients via Computer
Kevin Poulsen, Wired, March 28, 2008

Global warming? The world is coming to an end, don't sweat the small stuff.
Asking a Judge to Save the World, and Maybe a Whole Lot More

The possibility that a black hole eats up the Earth
is too serious a threat to leave it as a matter of argument among crackpots.
Dennis Overbye,The New York Times, March 29, 2008

Hillary: Swiftboated!
"She claimed that she came under sniper fire when she visited in Bosnia in 1996,
but was contradicted by videotape showing her sauntering off the plane and
stopping on the tarmac to listen to a little girl read her a poem."
"So in the speech the media are telling us is on a par with the Gettysburg Address,
B. Hussein Obama casually informed us that even blacks who seem to like white people
actually hate our guts."
Ann Coulter, Human Events, 03/26/2008 Updated 03/27/2008

Fantasies on Iraq
Political speeches on the war's anniversary have in common the promise of the impossible.

The Washington Post, Thursday, March 20, 2008

The Obamastrophe
The Me-Campaign

"The Democrats flocked to this Pied Piper and now
hes going to lead them over the proverbial cliff."
Victor Davis Hanson, March 20, 2008

The Obama Bargain
"...Mr. Obama's run at the presidency is based more on the manipulation of white guilt than on substance."
Shelby Steele, The Wall Street Journal, March 18, 2008

Our New Nixon
"Almost everything Barack Obama has said about his relationship with Wright is untrue."
Victor Davis Hanson, Monday, March 17, 2008

How Did I Get Iraq Wrong?I didn't.
Christopher Hitchens, Slate Magazine, Monday, March 17, 2008

Deconstructing Obama's lawyerly evasions on Wright
An American Thinker editorial
Saturday, March 15, 2008

A Brit speaks on Islam. Not politically correct.

An Endless Campaign
Clinton vs. McCain vs. Obama

"I still maintain that Obama is the easier candidate for McCain for a variety
of reasons that remain unchanged. He has no experience in adversarial politics..."
Victor Davis Hansen, Wednesday, March 3, 2008

Obama and Chicago Mores
"On Tuesday, Barack Obama may well wrap up the Democratic nomination.
Yet how he rose so quickly in Chicago's famously suspect politics
-- and who his associates were there -- has received little scrutiny."
John Fund, The Wall Street Journal, March 3, 2008

Temperature Monitors Report Widescale Global Cooling
Twelve-month long drop in world temperatures wipes out a century of warming

Michael Asher, Daily Tech, February 26, 2008

Clinton, Obama and a Difference That Matters
"Sen. Obama views himself as a citizen of the world, thanks to his background as the son
of an African father and American mother, and as one who spent formative years living in Indonesia."
The Walll Street Journal, February 26, 2008

Barack Obama embarrassed by billionaire link to home deal
"A British-Iraqi billionaire lent millions of dollars to Barack Obama's fundraiser
just weeks before an imprudent land deal that has returned to haunt the
presidential contender, an investigation by The Times discloses."
The Times, February 25, 2008

Follow Hillary Clintons Money!
"...Clintons wealth is of very recent origin and much of it may represent
the fruits of influence seeking by wealthy foreigners like the Emir of Dubai."
Dick Morris, Feb 11 2008

Clinton v. Obama: The Lawsuit
"Imagine that as the convention approaches, Sen. Clinton
is leading in the popular vote, but Sen. Obama has the delegate lead."
Theodore B. Olson, The Wall StreetJournal, February 11, 2008

Broun setting good example on earmarks
Athens Banner Herald, February 11, 2008

The Right Is Wrong on McCain
"As President Reagan once told me, 'Going over the cliff,
flags flying, is still going over the cliff.'"
Robert Mcfarlane, The Wall StreetJournal, February 9, 2008

A McCain Trilogy

How The Clintons Will Destroy John McCain
Dr. Jack Wheeler, To the Point, Thursday, 31 January 2008

Dispelling Internet Rumors About John McCain
James H. Warner,, Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Doubting McCain
Dr. Jack Wheeler, To the Point, Thursday, 07 February 2008

Open-Field Politics
"...every candidate's strategy has failed."
Michael Barone, The Wall StreetJournal, February 7, 2008

Candidates--some final appraisals
Victor Davis Hanson, Works and Days, February 1, 2008

Obama's Nation of Islam Staffers, Edward Said & "Inflexible Jews"
Causing Mid-East Conflict: An Obama Insider Reveals the Real Barack

Debbie Schlussel - January 30, 2008
**** EXCLUSIVE: Must Cite Debbie Schlussel and/or ****Copyright 2008

McCain May Win, Romney Can't
"And, if a failure to win means the election of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.), the stakes are too high to ignore the issue of political practicality in making a choice."
Dick Morris,, Wed, January 30, 2008

"Straight Talk" Express Takes Scenic Route To Truth
Ann Coulter, RedStatesUSA, January 24, 2008

Straight Talk About The Straight-Talker
"[McCain] is "a man of integrity without integrity"meaning that the senator is reputed to have great
integrity, but in fact has little, given the definition of that word: "the quality of possessing
and steadfastly adhering to high moral principles or professional standards" (Encarta Dictionary)."
Henry Mark Holzer, The New Media, January 23, 2008

The Rainbow Coalition Evaporates
Black anger grows as illegal immigrants transform urban neighborhoods.

Steven Malanga, City Journal, Winter 2008

Waiting for Straight Talk
It won't come from McCain
George Will, Real Clear Politics, Sunday, January 20, 2008

The Clintons and History
"...the most dangerous place to be between the Clintons and an elected office."
Matt Bai, The New York Times, Monday, January 14, 2008

Not a viable heroine
"If George Eliot were reporting on the election cycle, she might produce
a piece rather like the one Camille Paglia has recently published on Hillary Clinton."
Erin O'Connor, Critical Mass, Friday, January 11, 2008

The New Deal Jobs Myth
The candidates keep touting Depression-style public works programs. Why?

Amity Shlaes, WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Dec 31, 2007

What's the Matter With Iowa?
The caucuses are anything but a Norman Rockwell exercise in small-town democracy.

John Fund, WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Dec 31, 2007

The Old Ba' Game
Residents of a Scottish Town Feel the Pull (and Push) of a Chaotic, Centuries-Old Holiday Event

In the ba' game, a writhing mass of humanity attempts to push a ball to a designated location,
the Doonies team to the sea and the Uppies to a wall across town.
Eli Saslow, The Washington Post, Sun, Dec 30, 2007

The Résumé Factor: Those 8 Years as First Lady
"But during those two terms in the White House, Mrs. Clinton did not hold a security clearance.
She did not attend National Security Council meetings.
She was not given a copy of the presidents daily intelligence briefing."
Patrick Healy, The New York Times, December 26, 2007

The NIE Fantasy
The intelligence community failed to anticipate the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Bret Stephens, WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, Dec 11, 2007

The Flaws In the Iran Report
"...the headline finding -- that Iran halted its nuclear weapons program in 2003 --
is written in a way that guarantees the totality of the conclusions will be misread."
John R. Bolton, The Washington Post, Thursday, December 6, 2007

Income Mobility
"Listening to people like Lou Dobbs, John Edwards and Mike Huckabee lamenting the plight of America's
middle class and poor, you'd have to conclude that things are going to hell in a handbasket."
Walter E. Williams,, Wed, Dec 5, 2007

In Hospice Care, Longer Lives Mean Money Lost
Hospices being punished for not killing their patients soon enough
Kevin Sack, The New York Times, Tue, Nov 27, 2007

Inside Intel / Not a reactor - something far more vicious
What did the Israeli Air Force destroy in Syria?
Yossi Melman,, Sun, Nov 25, 2007

Income Confusion
"The top one percent -- "the rich" who are supposed to be monopolizing the money,
according to the left -- saw their incomes decline by a whopping 26 percent."
Thomas Sowell, Real Clear Politics, Tue, Nov 20, 2007

For What the Thanks
Mark Steyn, The New York Sun, Mon, Nov 19, 2007

Movin' On Up
A Treasury study refutes populist hokum about "income inequality."

WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, Nov 13, 2007

The Reclamation of Skid Row
The LAPDs efforts are reviving Americas most squalid neighborhoodand the homeless industry is hopping mad.

Heather Mac Donald, City Journal, Autumn, 2007

Huckleberry Finn and Muslim Jim
Lee Culpepper,, Sun, Nov 4, 2007

Wifebeating 101

'This Will Make Voter Fraud Easier'
Why does Mrs. Clinton want driver's licenses for illegal aliens?

John Fund, WSJ OpinionJournal, Fri, Nov 2, 2007

Shocking Inside DC Scandal Rumor: A Media Ethics Dilemma
This is fun even if there's nothing to it
Ron Rosenbaum,, Mon, Oct 29, 2007

35 Inconvenient Truths: The errors in Al Gore's movie
Christopher Monckton of Brenchley, Science and Public Policy Institute, Fri, Oct 19, 2007

SAT doesn't stand for Sex Aptitude Test
Bob Barr, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Wed, Oct 24, 2007

The Russia Problem
Peter Zeihan, Stratfor, Tue, Oct 16, 2007

Payback for the Chicken Lady
Fun idea, but the Repulicans don't have the you-know-whats.

Jeffrey Lord, The American Spectator, Tue, Oct 16, 2007

Fred Sawyer and Huckabee Finn
Ann Coulter,, Thursday, October 11, 2007

The Realignment of Iraq
We're winning because the Iraqis want us to--Moqtada al-Sadr included.

Bartle Bull, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Oct 3, 2007

The Long Arm of Iran
The top mullahs have been complicit in terror attacks.

Dan Senor, WSJ OpinionJournal, Sat, Sep 29, 2007

A Quiet Triumph May be Brewing
"There are signs that the global Islamic jihad movement is splitting apart,
in what would be a tremendous achievement for American strategy."
Ray Robison, The American Thinker, Fri, Sep 28, 2007

Pork Barrel Stonewall
The Democrats refuse to allow public scrutiny of all earmarks.

John Boehner, WSJ OpinionJournal,Thu, Sep 27, 2007

Global Warming Hysteria
'Despite increasing evidence that man-made CO2 is not a significant greenhouse gas and contributor
to climate change, politicians and others who wish to control our lives must maintain that it is.'
Walter E. Williams,, Wed, Sep 26, 2007

Warning: USAF is "Going Out of Business"
John A. Tirpak, Air Force Magazine, Fri, Sep 21, 2007

Israelis 'blew apart Syrian nuclear cache'
Secret raid on Korean shipment

The Sunday Times [London], Sun, Sep 16, 2007

New NASA temperature data just another reason to re-assess global warming scare
US being hoodwinked into draconian climate policies

Dr. Timothy Ball & Tom Harris, Canada Free Press, Thu, Sep 13, 2007

Cuba Has Better Health Care than the United States?
John Stossel,, Wed, Sep 12, 2007

Mark Steyn: No terrorism, just war?
Orange County Register, Sun, Sep 9, 2007

A Bundle of Trouble
You wouldn't want to be in Hsu's of Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Sep 10, 2007

GOP scandals get more press
Democrats and the media let the liberals slide

Jack Kelly, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sun, Sep 2, 2007

Mark Steyn: There were two creeps in the men's room

"Never go to a public lavatory in London," warned Professor Jackson.
"I always pee in the street. You may be fined a few pounds for committing a nuisance,
but in a public lavatory you risk two years in prison
because a policeman in plain clothes says you smiled at him."
Orange County Register, Sat, Sep 1, 2007

The great but politically incorrect Ernie Kovacs [with cigar]:

Uh-oh, Canada
If Canada's national health-care system is so dang wonderful,
why are so many Canadians coming to America to pay for their own medical care?

Bill Steigerwald, Saturday,, Sep 1, 2007

Norway's Moose Population in Trouble for Belching

Spiegle Online, Tue, Aug 21, 2007

Al Qaeda's Travel Agent
Damascus International Airport is a hub for terrorists.

Joseph Lieberman, WSJ OpinionJournal,Mon, Aug 20, 2007

Global Warming and James Hansens Hacks
Michael Fumento,, Thu, Aug 16, 2007

The Two Things To Know Before Your City is Nuked By Terrorists
Douglas MacKinnon,,Wed, Aug 15, 2007

So you think you want "Universal Health Care."

Global warming?
Look at the numbers

Lorne Gunter, National Post (Canada), Monday, August 13, 2007

Red faces at NASA over climate-change blunder
Agency roasted after Toronto blogger spots `hot years' data fumble

Daniel Dale, The Star, Tue, Aug 14, 2007

Tragic Implications
"Money supposedly set aside for repairing potholes and maintaining bridges
is diverted to the building of bicycle paths or subsidizing ferries or buses.
These other things have more of a political pay-off."
Thomas Sowell,,Tue, Aug 14, 2007

Fighting the "Real" Fight
Foolish myths about al-Qaida in Mesopotamia.

Christopher Hitchens, Slate, Mon, Aug 13, 2007

Global Warming

$100,000 will be awarded to the first person to prove,
in a scientific manner, that humans are causing harmful global warming.

Whose Ox Is Gored
After Bush's victory, liberals shouted "Voter fraud!" Why have they changed their tune?

John Fund, WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Jul 30, 2007

Don Putin
To understand today's Russia, read "The Godfather."

Garry Kasparov, WSJ OpinionJournal, Sun, Jul 29, 2007

Dr. Broun Goes to Washington
A conservative Republican wins a stunning upset in a Georgia House race.

John Fund, WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Jul 23, 2007

Our Vanishing Military Deterrent
General Richard E. Hawley, USAF (Ret), Air Force Association

Broun wins
Whitehead won't concede

Athens Banner-Herald, Wed, Jul 18, 2007

Delusions of Honesty
Tony Blair's domestic legacy: corruption and the erosion of liberty.

Theodore Dalrymple, City Journal, Wed, Jul 18, 2007

Farewell, Antioch
One down, hundreds to go
George Will,, Sun, Jul 15, 2007

Live Earth: Dead on Arrival
"One could say Live Earth is proof that global warming has jumped the shark,
except for the fact that the phrase "jumped the shark" has jumped the shark."
Jonah Goldberg,, Wed, Jul 11, 2007

Whitehead engaging in petty politics
Another thought

"In case Jim Whitehead doesn't know it - and his Monday comments to the Kiwanis Club
of Augusta suggest strongly that he does not - the 10th Congressional District
seat he's seeking includes both the Athens and Augusta areas."
Athens Banner-Herald, Thu, Jul 5, 2007

'Wonderfully Spared'
Our Founders were talented men--and lucky ones too.
Joyce Lee Malcolm, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Jul 4, 2007

The Summer of Drugs
Forty years ago, dirty, stinky hippies converged on
San Francisco to "turn on, tune in and drop out."

Ted Nugent, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Jul 4, 2007

The Real Deal
Reconsidering our reverence for FDR.

Amity Shlaes, WSJ OpinionJournal, Sun, Jul 1, 2007

Mark Steyn: Impudent citizens got Sen. Lotthorn's goat
Mark Steyn, Orange County Register, Sun, Jul 1, 2007

The Tax-Free Lunch
Charles Krauthammer, Real Clear Politics, Fri, Jun 29, 2007

Climate History
Bruce Bartlett,, Wed, Jun 27, 2007

A coming cold day for a warm globe
Wesley Pruden, The Washington Times, June 22, 2007

What I Saw in Iraq
Iran remains a problem, but Anbar has joined the fight against terror.

Joseph Lieberman, WSJ OpinionJournal, Fri, Jun 15, 2007

Sen. Sessions Releases List of 20 Loopholes in the Senate Immigration Bill

Realists on Iraq
Democratic presidential candidates should listen to the "experts" they so often cite.

Dan Senor, WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, Jun 5, 2007

The Case for Bombing Iran
I hope and pray that President Bush will do it.

Norman Podhoretz, Commentary, June, 2007

Hillary, Bill Clinton Linked to Elder Scam - How Much Were They Paid?
Dick Morris & Eileen McGann,, Tue, May 29, 2007

When Porn Stars Get Offended
Mike S. Adams,, Tue, May 29, 2007
Vagina Monologues in the chapel? UGA is
falling behind on the cultural diversity front.

The Many Myths of Ethanol
"If you're not willing to sacrifice children to the corn god,
you will not get out of the Iowa primary with more than one percent of the vote."
John Stossel,,Wed, May 23, 2007

Broun makes his argument for 10th Congressional District seat
Dr. Paul Broun, The Athens Banner-Herald, Tue, May 22, 2007

The Left's Iraq Muddle
Yes, it is central to the fight against Islamic radicalism.

Bob Kerrey, WSJ OpinionJournal. Tue, May 22, 2007
Mr. Kerrey, a former Democratic senator from Nebraska
and member of the 9/11 Commission, is president of The New School.

Pride of the Caymans
John Edwards's part-time job.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Sun, May 20, 2007

A performance by the Milton Friedman Choir

Staying in Iraq is the only reasonable course of action
Jeff Emanuel, The Athens Banner-Herald, Fri, May 18, 2007

Ethanol's Bitter Taste
Congress is choking on corn-based fuel.

"It was a scant two years ago that Georgia's Saxby Chambliss voted with 73 other giddy senators for an energy bill that required the nation to use 7.5 billion gallons of ethanol. Georgia's farmers loved corn-based ethanol; Georgia's agri-businesses loved corn-based ethanol; and all that meant that then-Agriculture Committee Chairman Chambliss loved corn-based ethanol, too."
"Turns out Georgia's chicken farmers hate corn-based ethanol; Georgia's pork producers hate corn-based ethanol; Georgia's dairy industry hates corn-based ethanol; Georgia's food producers hate corn-based ethanol; Georgia's hunters hate corn-based ethanol. And all that means Mr. Chambliss has had to find a new biofuels religion."
Kimberley A. Strassel, WSJ OpinionJournal, Fri, May 18, 2007

Was Osama Right?
Islamists always believed the U.S. was weak. Recent political trends won't change their view.

Bernard Lewis, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, May 16, 2007

Surging Ahead in Iraq
The new strategy can work. But Washington has to give it time.

Max Boot, WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, May 15, 2007

The Anger Of The Left
"...nothing is more of a threat to their desire to run other people's lives than the free market and its defenders."

Thomas Sowell,, Tue, May 15, 2007

Multitude of Sins
"Most terrorists seem like bumbling losers if they're caught before the act..."

Mark Steyn, The New York Sun, Mon, May 14, 2007

The Realignment of America
The native-born are leaving "hip" cities for the heartland.

Michael Barone, WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, May 8, 2007

Leftist Thought Control
David Limbaugh, Fri, May 4, 2007

The myth of Cuban health care
Fred Thompson,, Thu, May 3, 2007

The Dems' Dirty Game in the Middle East
Using proxies to wage war--against the Bush administration.

Lee Smith, The Weekly Standard, Wed, May 2, 2007

True Unbelievers
A sectarian split among atheists.

Christopher Orlet, WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, May 1, 2007

Dutch Rub-Out
Wolfowitz and the World Bank's Euro-cabal.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Apr 30, 2007

Certified Madness
America might not have beaten the Japanese if Jack Murtha had been around.

Bruce Berkowitz,WSJ OpinionJournal, Sun, Apr 29, 2007

The CFL mercury nightmare
What if you break a fluorescent bulb?

Steven Milloy, Financial Post, Sat, Apr 28, 2007

The NFL Backdraft
"Why do these teams keep drafting players with character defects
you can see at 100 yards in the dark with your back turned?"

Fred Thompson,, Sat, Apr 28, 2007

Evian Criminals
The new snob appeal of tap water.

Daniel Gross, Slate, Thu, Apr 26, 2007

Rewriting History a Classroom at a Time
Fred Thompson,, Thu, Apr 26, 2007

Harry's War
Democrats are taking ownership of a defeat in Iraq.

"We're going to pick up Senate seats as a result of this war.
Senator Schumer has shown me numbers that are compelling and astounding."
--Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, April 12.
WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Apr 25, 2007

Bedlam Revisited
Why the Virginia Tech shooter was not committed.

Jonathan Kellerman, WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Apr 23, 2007

'I found Saddam's WMD bunkers'
Interview with Dave Gaubatz, a former US special agent

Melanie Phillips, The Spectator (london), Sat, Apr 21, 2007

I'm All Right, Jack
Many have found the behavior of the British sailors and marines captured
by the Iranians to be questionable. "General Sir Michael Rose...has claimed
the incident has shown that the Royal Navy is no longer fit for modern warfare."

G.P. Colebatch, The American Spectator, Tue, Apr 17, 2007

THE LOW POST: The Imus Sanction
In a media shitstorm, everyone ducks for the cover of easy moral outrage

Matt Taibbi,, Wed, Apr 18, 2007

Caught in the (Legal) Crossfire
Virginia Tech could have been sued no matter what it did.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Fri, Apr 20, 2007

Suffering in Silence
Rachel Carson's ideas are still popular, with deadly effect.

"DDT remains the cheapest and most powerful tool for stopping malaria. When sprayed on interior walls, it has virtually zero interaction with wild ecosystems. Yet when the topic of relaxing restrictions in order to save millions of lives comes up, someone inevitably brandishes a copy of "Silent Spring" and opposition is silenced so completely that you could hear a mosquito buzzing in the next room."
Katherine Mangu-Ward, WSJ OpinionJournal, Fri, Apr 20, 2007

The Media Cornucopia
It's a Golden Age of media—but not for long, if the Left has its way.

Adam D. Thierer, City Journal, Spring 2007

Most mass transit riders in 50 years: Good news or bad?
Michael Medved,, Wed, Apr 18, 2007

A Gutless Lynch Mob
Thomas Sowell,, Tue, Apr 17, 2007

Time for Jackson, Sharpton to Step Down
Pair See Potential for Profit, Attention in Imus Incident

Jason Whitlock, AOL Sports, Fri, April 13, 2007

Iraq in the Balance
In Washington, panic. In Baghdad, cautious optimism.

Fouad Ajami, WSJ OpinionJournal,Wed, Apr 11, 2007

Climate of Opinion
Why we believe in global warming.

Holman W. Jenkins Jr., WSJ OpinionJournal, Sun, Apr 8, 2007

Gen. Pelosi's Gift to Our Enemies
David Limbaugh, Thu, Apr 5, 2007

Emanuel: Heading to the war to get the real story right
Jeff Emanuel, Athens Banner-Herald, Thu, Apr 5, 2007

The Democrats' Surge
Will they thwart a military success, or will success thwart them?

Daniel Henninger, WSJ OpinionJournal, Thu, Apr 5, 2007

Iraq's Real 'Civil War'
Sunni tribes battle al Qaeda terrorists in the insurgency's stronghold.

Bing West And Owen West, WSJ OpinionJournal, Thu, Apr 5, 2007

The Shame of Higher Education
Walter E. Williams,, Wed, Apr 4, 2007

Worry About the Right Things
John Stossel, Real Clear Politics, Wed, Apr 4, 2007

Fitzgerald's Cover-Up
It's time to hold the special prosecutor accountable.

WSJ OpinionJournal,Wed, Apr 4, 2007

The Trouble With Islam
Sadly, mainstream Muslim teaching accepts and promotes violence.

Tawfik Hamid, WSJ OpinionJournal,Tue, Apr 3, 2007

Some inconvenient realities about global warming
Today's token bit of truth. Don't worry, they still have Ed Tant.

Ross Mackenzie, The Athens Banner-Herald, Sat, Mar 31, 2007

How to Win in Iraq-and How to Lose
Campaigns like the current "surge" in Baghdad have a record
of battlefield success-when they are not undermined at home.

Arthur Herman, Commentary, March, 2007

Political video smackdown part II
Hillary responds to the Obama "Apple" video, asking "Where's the Beef?"

Year of the Donkey
Are the Democrats rising, or just listing to the left?

Pete Du Pont, WSJ OpinionJournal,Wed, Mar 28, 2007

Tehran's Hostages
Iran's act of war against our British allies.

WSJ OpinionJournal,Mon, Mar 26, 2007

Earmark Cover-Up
The Congressional Research Service is helping its masters hide wasteful spending.

WSJ OpinionJournal,Mon, Mar 26, 2007

Gore's Faith Is Bad Science
Michael Barone,,Mon, Mar 26, 2007

Reality: It's Not Just For TV Anymore
From the Air University website.

Shariah in Minnesota?
Radical Muslim activists go fishing in troubled waters.

Katherine Kersten, WSJ OpinionJournal, Sun, Mar 25, 2007

The road to serfdom
Caroline Glick, The Jerusalem Post, Thu, Mar 22, 2007

Was Valerie Covert?
Robert D. Novak,, Thu, Mar 22, 2007

KSM's Confession
New questions about the link between Saddam and al Qaeda.

Edward Jay Epstein, WSJ OpinionJournal,Wed, Mar 21, 2007

McGovernism Returns
Iraq and the "Come home, America" Democrats.

Peter Wehner, WSJ OpinionJournal,Wed, Mar 21, 2007

Political video smackdown
'Hillary 1984': Unauthorized Internet ad for Obama converts Apple Computer's
'84 Super Bowl spot into a generational howl against Clinton's presidential bid

San Francisco Chronical, Mon, Mar 19, 2007
Link to the video

Whose Ox Is Gored?
The media discover the former vice president's environmental exaggerations and hypocrisy.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Mar 19, 2007

Global Warming Swindle
Britain's Channel 4 has produced a devastating documentary titled
"The Great Global Warming Swindle." It has apparently
not been broadcast by any of the networks in the United States.
But, fortunately, it is available on the Internet.
Thomas Sowell,, Thu, Mar 15, 2007

The Walter Reed Fiasco
The Army fired the one guy who can fix it.

Daniel Henninger, WSJ OpinionJournal, Thu, Mar 15, 2007

Shooting Elephants in a Barrel
Ann Coulter, Human Events, Wed, Mar 7, 2007

The Libby Travesty
Mr. Bush owes the former aide a pardon, and an apology.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Mar 7, 2007

Notes From Baghdad
Open liquor stores and other signs of the surge's success.

Mohammed Fadhil and Omar Fadhil, Blog: Iraq the model, Wed, Mar 7, 2007

Mars Melt Hints at Solar, Not Human, Cause for Warming, Scientist Says
Kate Ravilious, National Geographic News, February 28, 2007

Loaded Lib
Chris Mathews intoxicated on the air? Watch and decide.

Maybe he can be the new Foster Brooks.
Could this somehow be faked?

The North Korea Climbdown
Politicized intelligence? This time it's for real.

John R. Bolton, WSJ OpinionJournal,Mon, Mar 5, 2007

Cap and Charade
The political and business self-interest behind carbon limits.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Sat, Mar 3, 2007

The Real American Idol
Why the New York Times buried Maj. Bruce Crandall's Medal of Honor on page 15.

Daniel Henninger, WSJ OpinionJournal, Thu, Mar 1, 2007

Let Them Eat Tofu!
Leonardo Decaprio wants you to die.

Ann Coulter, Human Events, Wed, Feb 28, 2007

The Choice on Iraq
"I appeal to my colleagues in Congress to step back and think carefully about what to do next."

Joseph Lieberman, WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Feb 26, 2007

Democrats disingenuous in their anti-war rhetoric
...why is this war now supposedly George Bush's misfortune and not theirs?

Victor Davis Hanson,, Thu, Feb 22, 2007

The global-warming hysterics strike again
"The global-warming controversy is powered by three mighty engines, which are almost never recognized."

William Rusher,, Thu, Feb 22, 2007

Plus Ça (Climate) Change
The Earth was warming before global warming was cool.

Pete Du Pont, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Feb 21, 2007

The Antiwar Surge
Iraq is unpopular, but embracing defeat may prove politically disastrous for Democrats.

Brendan Miniter, WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, Feb 20, 2007

Hill's Weak Spot -- She's Senator Stubborn
Dick Morris and Eileen McGann,,Sun, Feb 18, 2007

Why Hillary bullies her House slaves
Kevin McCullough,,Sun, Feb 18, 2007

Global Hot Air: Part III
Thomas Sowell,, Thu, Feb 15, 2007

Do we want socialized medicine?
Problems with our health care system are leading some to
fall prey to proposals calling for a nationalized single-payer
health care system like Canada's or Britain's.
There are a few things that we might take into consideration
before falling for these proposals.

Walter E. Williams,, Wed, Feb 14, 2007

Global Hot Air: Part II
Propaganda campaigns often acquire a life of their own.

Thomas Sowell,, Wed, Feb 14, 2007

Global Hot Air
Thomas Sowell,, Tue, Feb 13, 2007

Climate of Opinion
The latest U.N. report shows the "warming" debate is far from settled.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Feb 5, 2007

Global Warming: The Cold, Hard Facts?
Global Warming is not due to human contribution of Carbon Dioxide

Timothy Ball, Canada Free Press, Mon, Feb 5, 2007

Somewhere, Milton Is Smiling
Utahns win a hard-fought victory for school choice.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Feb 5, 2007

Will America and Israel Survive?
Newt Gingrich, Human Events, Jan 29, 2007

Insurgencies Rarely Win-And Iraq Wont Be Any Different (Maybe)
Donald Stoker, Foreign Policy, January 2007

Giving radical Islam its start
Are Jimmy Carter and the American left responsible for today's troubles?

Dinesh D'Souza, Townhall, Monday, January 29, 2007

Universities are among the most cynical institutions in America.

Ruth R. Wisse, WSJ OpinionJournal, Sun, Jan 28, 2007

The Truth About Clarence Thomas
He's an independent voice, not a Scalia lackey.

Jan Crawford Greenburg, WSJ OpinionJournal, Sun, Jan 28, 2007

Very, Very Big Corn
Ethanol and its consequences.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Saturday, January 27, 2007

Bonkers at the Border
Lou Dobbs and some Republicans pull an Al Sharpton.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Friday, January 26, 2007
You may have heard about two poor Border Patrol agents who
are being "wrongly" jailed for "doing their job." Here is the real story.

Many Democrats Won't Stand For Victory In Iraq
Lorie Byrd,, Friday, January 26, 2007

Wealth and Freedom Go Hand In Hand
Rebecca Hagelin,, Friday, January 26, 2007

Hillary's team has questions about Obama's Muslim background

Insight Magazine, Wed, Jan 17, 2007

Essay: This Holocaust will be different
Benny Morris, The Jerusalem Post, Thu, Jan 18, 2007

Will Al Gore Melt?
If not, why did he chicken out on an interview?

Flemming Rose And Bjorn Lomborg, WSJ OpinioJournal, Sun, Jan 21, 2007
Mr. Rose is culture editor of Jyllands-Posten, in Copenhagen.
Mr. Lomborg is a professor at the Copenhagen Business School.

Aztecs vs. Greeks
Those with superior intelligence need to learn to be wise.

Charles Murray, WSJ OpinionJournal, Thu, Jan 18, 2007

What's Wrong With Vocational School?
Too many Americans are going to college.

Charles Murray, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Jan 17, 2007

Intelligence in the Classroom
Half of all children are below average, and teachers can do only so much for them.

Charles Murray, WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, Jan 16, 2007

Two Alliances
President Bush has managed to divide and conquer the Middle East.

Edward N. Luttwak, WSJ OpinionJournal, Sun, Jan 14, 2007

Speaker Pelosi's Ethics
Targeting the bad people who lead the innocent lambs of Congress astray.

Daniel Henninger, WSJ OpinionJournal, Fri, Jan 5, 2007

The Democratic Party: A Vast Sleeper Cell

Human Events, Wed, Jan 3, 2007

This Remaking of Downtown Has Downside
There are more than 100 drinking establishments in downtown Madison [Wisconsin],
home to the main state university campus. In recent years
thousands of young professionals and retirees have moved to the area.

Susan Saulny, The New York Times, Mon, Jan 1, 2007

Jimmy Carter's Friend
Declassified State Department Document:
Arafat Responsible for Storming of Embassy and Murder of Americans in 1973

The New York Sun "It Shines For All", Thu, Dec 28, 2006

Uphold Free Speech Or Resign
The Viscount Monckton of Brenchley rebukes
the Honorable Senator Olympia Snowe and the
Honorable Senator John D. Rockefeller

Frontiers of Freedom, Mon, Dec 11, 2006 (This is a PDF file)

Jimmy Carter and the Arab Lobby
Follow the money

Jacob Laksin, FrontPageMagazine, Mon, Dec 18, 2006

Toying with Genocide
Very, very scary.

American Digest, Sat, Dec 16, 2006

Captain Obvious to the Rescue
The problem with the Iraq Study Group.

Robert Tracinski, WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, Dec 12, 2006
Robert Tracinski writes daily commentary at
He is the editor of The Intellectual Activist and

Pelosi's Promise
Will the next speaker live up to her word and clean House?

WSJ OpinioJournal, Mon, Dec 11, 2006

No Way to Win a War
Iraq Study Group: A fatuous process yielded fatuous results.

Eliot A. Cohen, WSJ OpinionJournal, Sun, Dec 10, 2006
Mr. Cohen is Robert E. Osgood Professor of Strategic Studies at
Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies.

The Bloomberg Diet
The nanny state reaches into the kitchen.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Sat, Dec 9, 2006

Winders: We'll all turn blue waiting on sheriff
It's worse than we imagined. Way worse.

Jason Winders, The Athens Banner-Herald, Sun, Dec 3, 2006

Losing the Enlightenment
A civilization that has lost confidence in itself cannot confront the Islamists.

Victor Davis Hanson, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Nov 29, 2006

Better Late Than Never
Two Republicans take a stand against profligate spending.

WSJ OpinioJournal, Mon, Nov 27, 2006

Gadfly or Hero?
Former Pilot Fights On Against Vietnam

And you thought it was all over
Seth Mydans, The New York Times, Sat, Nov 25, 2006

Tickle Me Dingell
Time for action on huggable, lovable dolls.

Stephen Moore, WSJ Opinionjournal, Fri, Nov 24, 2006

The World According to Carter
Georgia's homegrown idiot

Alan M. Dershowitz,, Thu, Nov 23, 2006

The Stuff of Democratic Life
Lincoln, Gettysburg and Thanksgiving.

Allen Guelzo, WSJ Opinionjournal, Thu, Nov 23, 2006

Our Muslim Friends Celebrate An Early Thanksgiving
Debbie Schlussel, Wed, Nov 22, 2006

Freedom Man
Milton Friedman had both genius and common sense.

Thomas Sowell, WSJ OpinionJournal, Sat, Nov 18, 2006

The Right Coalition
Which bipartisanship will Bush choose?

Newt Gingrich, WSJ OpinionJournal, Thu, Nov 16, 2006

Milton Friedman, Nobel Prize-Winning Economist, Dies at 94
The New York Times, Thu, Nov 16, 2006

Meet the New Boss
John Murtha and Congress's "culture of corruption."

WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Nov 15, 2006

The Wages of Politics

The minimum wage is viewed as an economic free lunch. It isn't.
WSJ OpinionJournal, Sat, Nov 11, 2006

Bridge to Somewhere
The House GOP needs a new generation of leaders.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Fri, Nov 10, 2006

End of the Revolution
Advice to Republicans: Don't go back and check on a dead skunk.

Dick Armey, WSJ OpinionJournal, Thu, Nov 9, 2006

The True Ideological Battle
Will today really be the dawn of a new day for the left?

Arthur C. Brooks, WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, Nov 7, 2006

New York Plans to Make Gender Personal Choice
Separating anatomy from what it means to be a man or a woman, New York City is moving forward with a plan to let people alter the sex on their birth certificate even if they have not had sex-change surgery.

Damien Cave, The New York Times, Tue, Nov 7, 2006

Soldiers in Iraq Say Pullout Would Have Devastating Results Josh White, Washington Post, Mon, Nov 6, 2006

Why Democrats Are Worried
Can Republicans "Steele" away some of the black vote?

Brendan Miniter, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Nov 1, 2006

'My Country Needs Me'
Iraqi democrats haven't given up the fight. How can we?

Heather Robinson, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Nov 1, 2006

Pelosi's Stake in Illegal Immigration
Joseph Klein,, October 30, 2006

Diversity's Oppressions
Why Iraq has proven to be so hard to pacify.

Thomas Sowell, WSJ Opinionjournal, Mon, Oct 30, 2006

The enemy fails
In Iraq's bloody Ramadan, the forces of chaos lose

Amir Taheri, The New York Post, Sun, Oct 29, 2006

Of Senators and Judges
There is still time to remind voters of what is at stake as they cast their Senate votes.

William Kristol, The Weekly Standard, Sun, Nov 5, 2006

The Non-Contract With America
What Democrats aren't saying about their agenda, so we will.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Saturday, October 28, 2006

13 Reasons to vote Republican on Nov. 7
Mona Charen,, Friday, October 27, 2006

George W. Bush and Presidential Greatness
James Lewis, The American Thinker, October 24th, 2006

Democrat-Sponsored Bills Tell a Liberal Story
If the Democrats take over Congress, here's what they will do.

Susan Jones, Senior Editor, October 20, 2006

The Don't Show Me State
The liberal assault on voter ID laws.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Bleak House
Republicans deserve to lose, but what happens if Democrats win?

Pete Du Pont, WSJ OpinionJournal Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Litigation Day
Control of Congress may be decided in the courts, starting Nov. 8.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Monday, October 23, 2006

Can We Talk?
There are very few saints among people of any race, religion, national origin, or sexual orientation. None should be above criticism.

Human Events, Oct 17, 2006

Democrats would reverse Bush's work
Donald Lambro, The Washington Times Thu, Oct 19, 2006

Kinky Friedman Runs for Governor
But is it good for the Texans?

I'm 61 years old, too young for Medicare and too old for women to care. . . . Once enough people can get biodiesel, I will trade in my own Yom Kippur Clipper. That's a Jewish Cadillac--it stops on a dime and picks it up, basically. . . . Musicians can better run this state than politicians. We won't get a lot done in the morning, but we'll work late. . . . Trust me, I'll hire good people.
Matt Labash, The Weekly Standard, Oct 23, 2006

Pachyderm Eludes Border Patrol
Raj Peter Bhakta, candidate for congress, accompanied by a mariachi band, rode an elephant across the Rio Grande to demonstrate the lack of border security.

See the video on his campaign website.

Benedict the Brave
The pope said things Muslims need to hear about faith and reason.

WSJ Opiniojournal, Tue, Sep 19, 2006

Global Warming: Apocalypse Now?
Alarmists are winning the day–though the facts, as some of them know, are not on their side.

Kevin Shapiro, Commentary, September 2006

La Fallaci
A prophet of decline passes from the scene.

Tunku Varadarajan, WSJ OpinionJournal, Sat, Sep 16, 2006

An apology to slaves - from the catchers
Karen Palmer, The Washington Times,Thu, Sep 14, 2006
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Blaming the Victim
When it comes to 9/11 the Arab media ignores the attack and concentrates on the American response to it.

Mohammed Fadhil, WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, Sep 12, 2006
Mr. Fadhil, along with his brother Omar, runs Iraq the Model, a blog based in Baghdad.

For Democrats' Hopes, Less Promise in New York
...Democrats envisioned significant gains in New York, perhaps picking up as many as four seats, possibly even five. But that goal now seems increasingly remote...

The New York Times, Mon, Sep 11, 2006

The Path to 9-11
What the Democrats don't want you to see

Clips from the ABC miniseries.

Five Years On
There have been far more victories than setbacks since September 11.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Sat, Sep 9, 2006

Bush and Lincoln
Echoes of the past in today's strategic mistakes.

Newt Gingrich, WSJ OpinionJournal, Thu, Sep 7, 2006

Incomes and Politics
Comparing the current decade to the sainted 1990s.

"One sure sign that the economy is doing well is when the left revives that old political warhorse, inequality. With GDP growth of nearly 4% for three years running and a jobless rate of 4.7%, it's their last economic resort in an election year. But when you look at the actual evidence, the inequality campaign also proves to be trumped up."
WSJ OpinionJournal, Sat, Sep 2, 2006

Life and Death
Western guilt blinds us to the nature of Islamic extremism.

Shelby Steele, WSJ OpinionJournal, Sun, Aug 27, 2006

Arabs' Last Chance
Ralph Peters, New York Post, Thu, Aug 24, 2006

Bicycling on Popular W& OD Trail No Longer a Breeze
Speeders, Soaring Usage Have Heightened Danger

Candace Rondeaux, Washington Post, Fri, Aug 18, 2006

Our "Grievance" Problem
Some "root-cause" talk will get you nowhere.

Emanuele Ottolenghi, National Review Online, Tue, Aug 15, 2006
Emanuele Ottolenghi is the incoming executive director of the Brussels-based Transatlantic Institute.

Mr. Ahmadinejad's Neighborhood
Iran's rulers have learned to play the media game.

Bernard Goldberg , WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, Aug 15, 2006

Big Foot, Scoop Jackson Democrats and Other Myths

Human Events, Mon, Aug 14, 2006

Environmental Bounty-Hunting
How Earthjustice and other green groups abuse the legal system.

Bruce L. Benson, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Aug 9, 2006

August 22
Does Iran have something in store?

Bernard Lewis , WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, Aug 8, 2006

Actually, the Middle East Is Our Crisis Too
The war is now part of the global conflict between the U.S. and radical Islam

Charles Krauthammer, Time, July 30, 2006

Exclusive: The Truth About 'La Raza'

The Reconquista is real
Rep. Charlie Norwood, Human Events, Apr 07, 2006

Shaken and Stirred
By liberating Iraq, the U.S. set the stage for the destruction of Hezbollah.

Josh Manchester, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Jul 26, 2006

Liberals: Born To Run
Ann Coulter, Thu, Jul 20, 2006
Gee Ann, why won't you tell us what you really think.

In the cockpit
An Israeli pilot's thoughts

The Jerusalem Post, Wed, Jul 19, 2006

Don't Blame Bush
The war in lebanon isn't his fault.

Jacob Weisberg, Slate, Wed, Jul 19, 2006

U.S. Border Town, 1,200 Miles From The Border
Georgia's 'Carpet Capital' Relies on Immigrants

Dale Russakoff, Washington Post, Mon, Jul 17, 2006

Brokaw's objectivity compromised in global warming special
Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, July 11, 2006

Disgraced Lobbyist Taints Race
Reed gets national coverage

Shaila Dewan, New York Times, Sat, Jul 15, 2006
Login as "younge46" password "hannah46"

Don't Believe the Hype
Al Gore is wrong. There's no "consensus" on global warming.

Richard S. Lindzen, WSJ OpinionJournal, Sun, Jul 2, 2006
Mr. Lindzen is the Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Atmospheric Science at MIT

A Desire Named Streetcar
Desperate to get citizens to move to the city and ride mass transportation, local governments embrace "traffic calming."

Rachel DiCarlo, The Weekly Standard, Fri, Jun 23, 2006

Addicted to Regulation
The real reason for America's foreign-oil dependence.

Pete Du Pont, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Jun 21, 2006

Districts likely in place for primary
Superior Court judge dismisses suit involving new Senate maps

Blake Aued, Athens Banner-Herald, Wed, Jun 21, 2006

Mixed feelings on Father's Day
The legacy of the liberal Democrats
Dutch Martin, Townhall, Sun, Jun 18, 2006

Vandalism spells trouble for GOP
The sad state of tolerance and free speech in Athens-Clarke County

Josh White, Banner-Herald intern, Athens Banner-Herald, Sat, Jun 17, 2006

Royal Democrat
Reza Pahlavi [pretender to the Peacock Throne] says America should help Iranians who oppose the regime.

Nancy De Wolf Smith, WSJ OpinioJournal, Sat, Jun 3, 2006

Warmed Over
Al Gore's new movie is the feel-good hit of the summer--but not much more.

Holman W. Jenkins Jr., WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, May 31, 2006

Don't Try This at Home
Garage chemistry used to be a rite of passage for geeky kids. But in their search for terrorist cells and meth labs, authorities are making a federal case out of DIY science.

Steve Silberman, Wired Magazine, June, 2006

Another Stumble for Ralph Reed's Beleaguered Campaign
Thomas B. Edsall, The Washington Post, Mon, May 29, 2006

Revisionist History
Antiwar myths about Iraq, debunked.

Peter Wehner, WSJOpinionJournal, Tue, May 23, 2006

Don't Be Very Worried
The truth about "global warming" is much less dire than Al Gore wants you to think.

Pete Du Pont, WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, May 23, 2006

The Datamining Scare
Another nonthreat to your civil liberties.

WSJOpinionJournal, Sat, May 13, 2006

Muslims Muzzling Memphis
"Free speech" on campus

Brigitte Gabriel, The American Thinker, April 8th, 2006

The Caged Virgin
Holland's shameful treatment of Ayaan Hirsi Ali.

Christopher Hitchens, Slate, Mon, May 8, 2006

Exclusive: Chinese, Saudi and French Money to Fund Clinton Campaign?
Amanda B. Carpenter, Human Events Online, Fri, May 5, 2006

Supply and demand in higher education
Tuition Soars Due to Knowledge Shortfall

Ann Coulter, HumanEvents Online, Wed, May 3, 2006

Jane, Jane, Jane, It's still not a slam dunk for Cowsert.
Clarke voting split stands
Rep loses remap challenge

Vicky Eckenrode, Morris News Service, Athens Banner-Herald, Wed, May 3, 2006

Reconquista Is Real
Not illegal immigrants but invaders

Michelle Malkin,, Wed, May 3, 2006

Dissident President
George W. Bush has the courage to speak out for freedom.

Natan Sharansky, WSJOpinionJournal, Mon, Apr 24, 2006

Campus Heterophobia
Hate speech at Ohio State
David, Thu, Apr 20, 2006

Are we being invaded?
Mexican aliens seek to retake 'stolen' land
La reconquista is a radical movement calling
for Mexico to "reconquer" America's Southwest

Valerie Richardson, The Washington Times, Sun, Apr 16, 2006

Facing Down Iran
Our lives depend on it.

Mark Steyn, City Journal, Spring 2006

Climate of Fear
Global-warming alarmists intimidate dissenting scientists into silence.

Richard Lindzen, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Apr 12, 2006
Lindzen is Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Atmospheric Science at MIT.

There IS a problem with global warming... it stopped in 1998
Bob Carter, The Telegraph, Apr 9, 2006

Wowie Zahawie
Sorry everyone, but Iraq did go uranium shopping in Niger.

Christopher Hitchens, Slate, Monday, April 10, 2006

Islam's Imperial Dreams
Muslim political ambitions aren't a reaction to Western encroachments.
Efraim Karsh, Commentary, Apr, 2006
Prof. Karsh is head of Mediterranean Studies at King's College, University of London

Forget Dubai -- worry about Smartmatic instead
Richard Brand, Miami Herald, Mon, Mar 27, 2006

Are You Ready to Rumble?
If the Democrats win in 2006, impeachment is coming.

Jonathan V. Last, The Weekly Standard, Wed, Mar 29, 2006

'The Last Helicopter'
Mideast dictators try to "wait Bush out." They may be miscalculating.

Amir Taheri, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Mar 29, 2006

Killing Babies, Compassionately
The Netherlands follows in Germany's footsteps.

Wesley J. Smith, The Weekly Standard, Mon, Mar 27, 2006

What if We Lose?
The consequences of U.S. defeat in Iraq

WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Mar 22, 2006

Jihadi Turns Bulldog
The Taliban's former spokesman is now a Yale student. Anyone see a problem with that?
WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Feb 27, 2006

A Failure of the Press
William J. Bennett and Alan M. Dershowitz, The Washington Post, Thu, Feb 23, 2006

Coup d'Ecole
Harvard professors oust Larry Summers. Now they must face their students.

Ruth R. Wisse, WSJ OpinionJournal, Thu, Feb 23, 2006

Liberals' Energy Policy: Obstruct Supply, Marvel at Price
Mac Johnson, Human Events, Jan 30, 2006

Higher Learning, a Tutorial
Pop quiz: Is the cost of a college education worth it? (No.) Is there an alternative? (Yes.)

Mark Oppenheimer, WSJ OpinionJournal, Fri, Feb 17, 2006

Saddam general: WMDs in Syria
Another former confidant of ex-dictator makes claim, also links Iraq to al-Qaida

WorldNetDaily, Wed, Feb 15, 2006

Cheney's Coverup
The Vice President shoots a man. Questions must be asked.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Feb 15, 2006

Divided We Stand
Can a polarized nation win a protracted war?

James Q. Wilson, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Feb 15, 2006

Tom Chasteen: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut
The Commissioner speaks to the Senate redistricting issue.
The unedited version of his Sun, Feb 12, 2006 guest column in the Banner-Herald

Folk Beliefs Have Consequences
Folk Marxism vs. Folk Lockeanism
Arnold Kling, TCS Daily, Mon, Jan 23, 2006

Deconstructing Bin Laden's Talking Points
...the terrorists who wrote the bin Laden script cribbed its arguments from American leftists and leaders of the Democratic Party.
Victor Davis Hanson, Chicago Tribune, Wed, Feb 1, 2006

Oil Bashing, Round Two
How about a windfall pundit's tax on high TV ratings?

WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Feb 1, 2006

Republicans reform thyselves
Lobbying abuses keep party from implementing its ideas and solutions
Newt Gingrich, The San Diego Union-Tribune, January 29, 2006

Shut Up, They Explained
The left's regulatory war against free speech.

Talk radio, cable news, and the blogosphere freed U.S. political discourse. The Left wants to rein it in again.
Brian C. Anderson, City Journal, Winter 2006, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wed, Jan 25, 2006

Hillary's Plantation
Hillary Clinton reveals her fear of Condi Rice.
Shelby Steele, WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Jan 23, 2006

The Plantation that Hillary Loves
Star Parker,, Mon, Jan 23, 2006

In Ga., Abramoff Scandal Threatens a Political Ascendancy
A once-profitable relationship with disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff now jeopardizes the emblematic career of Georgia's Ralph Reed.
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Thomas B. Edsall, Washington Post, Monday, January 16, 2006

Saddam's Terror Training Camps
What the documents captured from the former Iraqi regime reveal--and why they should all be made public.

Stephen F. Hayes January16, 2006,The Weekly Standard, Volume 011, Issue 17

Green House Gasbags
Conspicuous conservation is a huge waste of energy.

Daniel Akst, Wsj OpinionjournaL Friday, January 13, 2006

'Affluent beggars'
Couple supports family through panhandling; Ashland merchants fear negative impact on customers

At least these parasites are in Oregon, not here in Athens
Jennifer Margulis for the Mail Tribune, Sun, Jan 8, 2006

They'll be ok if no one reads the report
The Washington Post misrepresents the Congressional Research Service report on "Presidential Authority to Conduct Warrantless Electronic Surveillance to Gather Foreign Intelligence Information."
Powerline Blog, Sat, Jan 7, 2006

Major terror plot against U. S. ignored by mainstream media, Thu, Jan 5, 2006

Teachers' Pets
The NEA gave $65 million in its members' dues to left-liberal groups last year.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Tuesday, January 3, 2006

Black Republicans should be able to live without fear.

Ted Hayes, WSJ OpinionJournal, Monday, January 2, 2006
Mr. Hayes is a homeless activist in Los Angeles.

Right Islam vs. Wrong Islam
Muslims and non-Muslims must unite to defeat the Wahhabi ideology.

Abdurrahman Wahid, WSJ OpinionJournal, Friday, December 30, 2005

FISA vs. the Constitution
Congress can't usurp the president's power to spy on America's enemies.

Robert F. Turner, WSJ OpinionJournal, Wednesday, December 28, 2005

The Legacy of Tet
How the press got the way it is.
J. R. Dunn, The American Thinker, Tue, Dec 20, 2005

There's nothing new about warrantless wiretapping
Neals Nuze, Wed, Dec 21, 2005

Thank You for Wiretapping
Why the Founders made presidents dominant on national security.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Tue, Dec 20, 2005

You've Got Male
How about a little fair play in the battle of the sexes?

Lionel Tiger, WSJ Opinionjournal, Sun, Dec 18, 2005

Literacy Falls for Graduates From College, Testing Finds
Sam Dillon, New York Times, December 16, 2005

The Panic Over Iraq
Norman Podhoretz, Commentary, January,2006

MRC Study: Amid Iraq Progress, Networks Continue
to Emphasize Violence and Calls for Withdrawal
No End to Media's Defeatism on Iraq War

Motown Loses Its Mojo
If only Detroit could just declare bankruptcy.
Tom Bray, WSJ OpinionJournal, Thu, Dec 8, 2005

Peggy Noonan:
The American Way

What does it mean that your first act on entering a country is breaking its laws?
WSJ OpinionJournal, Thu, Dec 8, 2005

'Holiday' Cards Ring Hollow for Some on Bushes' List
Alan Cooperman, Washington Post, Wed, Dec 7, 2005

Senator Joe Lieberman:
Our Troops Must Stay
America can't abandon 27 million Iraqis to 10,000 terrorists.

WSJ OpinionJournal Tue, Nov 29, 2005

Only Encouraging Them
Generous people give money to colleges without restrictions. The money gets misused.

"We can no longer assume that college graduates possess even a rudimentary knowledge of history, for instance, or that they understand basic concepts like federalism or the separation of powers or, indeed, that they know about the ideas and events that have shaped our institutions."
James Piereson, WSJ OpinionJournal,Fri, Nov 18, 2005

Who Is Lying About Iraq?
A campaign of distortion aims to discredit the liberation.

Norman Podhoretz, WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Nov 14, 2005

Against Judicial Imperialism
The Federalist Society speech

Karl Rove, November 11, 2005

A Brilliant Judicial Mind
Alito isn't "pro-life" or "pro-choice" but "pro-law."

Jonathan H. Adler, OpinionJournal, Tue, Nov 1, 2005

Political Virus
Why there's only one drug to fight avian flu.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Sat, Oct 22, 2005

How the "mainstream" press covers the 'anti-war' movement
A photo essay from the September 24 demonstration in San Francisco.
More photos from the same rally.

Exterminating Whitey
Mike S. Adams,, Fri, Oct 21, 2005

Reasons to Be Fearful
We are ill-prepared for a flu pandemic.
Henry I. Miller, WSJ OpinionJournal, Mon, Oct 17, 2005
Dr. Miller, a physician and fellow at the Hoover Institution, was founding director of the Office of Biotechnology at the FDA, 1989-1993.

Zawahiri's Lament
What our enemy thinks about Iraq.
WSJ OpinionJournal, Thu, Oct 13, 2005

Born in the USSR
I survived Soviet health care--barely.
Julia Gorin, WSJ OpinionJournal, Monday, October 10, 2005

The World Wide Web (of Bureaucrats?)
Keep your U.N. off my Internet.

Adam Thierer And Wayne Crews, WSJ OpinionJournal, Sunday, October 9, 2005

The Oil Bubble
Seventy dollars a barrel? Relax, it'll come down.

WSJ OpinionJournal, Sat, Oct 8, 2005

Ivory Cower
University presidents have lost their dignity. Victor Davis Hanson, WSJ OpinionJournal, Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Anti-War, My Foot
The phony peaceniks who protested in Washington.
Ed Tant was in the crowd
Christopher Hitchens, Slate, Monday, Sept. 26, 2005

Hurricane coverage
The Katrina (and Rita) political aftermath story has grown to merit a separate page. Much of what you heard from TV was just urban legend, but it was used to make Bush look bad. Just follow this link. Updated Sun, Oct 9, 2005

America's Most Successful Communist
Howard Husock, City Journal, Summer 2005

Eminent domain abuse here in GA:
Battle for school site taints day
Jewish academy owns land; Fulton County may claim it, Paul Donsky, Monday, September 19, 2005
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'An Islamist threat like the Nazis'
Tony Blankley The Washington TimesMon, Sep 12, 2005

National Conservative Coming Out Day
Mike S. Adams,, Mon, Aug 29, 2005

Resurrecting Jim Crow for Political Gain
Voter fraud is also a threat to minority voters.

John Fund, WSJ, Mon, Aug 22, 2005

Help! I'm a Hollywood Republican
By Robert J. Avrech, FrontPage Magazine, Mon, Aug 22, 2005

Our extreme makeover: Favorable impressions of the U.S.
are being detected around the world,
including inside Muslim countries.

Max Boot, The Los Angeles Times, Thu, Jul 28, 2005

Joe Wilson, Valerie Plame and the truth
Powerline Mon, Jul 17, 2005

Karl Rove, Whistleblower
He told the truth about Joe Wilson.
WSJ Opinionjournal Wednesday, July 13, 2005
Compare with the misguided, uninformed "editorial"
in the Athens Banner-Herald

Failure Isn't an Option
Success in Iraq, though not assured, is within reach.
Barry R. Mccaffrey, WSJ Opinionjournal Saturday, July 2, 2005

Ethnomathematics: Even math education is being politicized.
by Diane Ravitch, WSJ, Sunday, June 26, 2005

Euro-English is coming

Unsocialized Medicine
A landmark ruling exposes Canada's health-care inequity.
WSJ Opinionjournal, Mon, Jun 13, 2005

A reminder of danger, Media memories are short on Iraq
Jack Kelly, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sunday, June 12, 2005

Listen up you maggots,
here's a message from the ghost of General Patton.

Seeing Red
How Democrats view Republicans
WSJ Online, Peggy Noonan, Thu, Jun 9, 2005

Kerry's and Bush's grades at Yale AP, Tue, Jun 7, 2005

Something Smells At Pew
Inside Its Manipulative, Big-Money Campaign for "Campaign Finance Reform"
by David Hogberg, Sun, Jun 5, 2005
Summary: A bombshell revelation by a former officer of the Pew Charitable Trusts revealed the charity giant's surreptitious but successful effort to manipulate the Congress into passing the McCain-Feingold Law. Here's how they did it. (9 page PDF file)

The Muslim groups who wouldn't attend the March Against Terror
Joel Mowbray, Townhall, Wed, Jun 1, 2005

Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries
Human Events Tue, May 31, 2005

Ollie North reports from Iraq Fri, May 27, 2005

Bush Country
The Middle East embraces democracy--and the American president.

by Fouad Ajami, WSJ OpinionJournal, Sunday, May 22, 2005

America's military can win wars. We've done it in the past...
And, somehow, we've managed to do it all with the wrong Army.

Newsweek lied, people died

What does Zarqawi want?
Powerline May 14, 2005

Europe's '70s Show The Continent's economic death spiral.
BY BRIAN M. CARNEY , WSJ Opinionjournal, Sunday, May 15, 2005

Scaremongers shun scientific findings of no global warming
May 9, 2005 by Jay Lehr Chicago Sun-Times

FDR's Card Trick The cynical idealism behind Social Security.
BY WILLIAM VOEGELI Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Bicycles aren't viable option for commuting
Editorial Athens Banner-Herald April 15, 2005

Mauldin not fit for responsibility of the DA's office
Editorial Athens Banner-Herald March 22, 2005

Mass Transit Hysteria
Take the plunge, save the planet.
BY P.J. O'ROURKE Wednesday, March 16, 2005

All That Work for Nothing?
A letter from the Social Security Administration makes the case for reform.
BY BRENDAN MINITER Wednesday, March 16, 2005

Good riddance to Rather Thomas Sowell 3/11/2005

An authoritative guide to the left.

Required reading: Aliens Cause Global Warming
Michael Crichton
Caltech Michelin Lecture
January 17, 2003

Chrichton examines the perversion of science in the interest of politics. For example, he considers the EPA claims about second hand smoke. "This was openly fraudulent science, but it formed the basis for bans on smoking in restaurants, offices, and airports." Global warming comes off no better.

The rise of the bike path left Jonah Goldberg 2/16/05

Jimmy Carter Revisited
PowerLine, February 16, 2005

We've been pretty tough on Jimmy Carter, but with hindsight, probably not tough enough. If you search our site for "Jimmy Carter," you'll find all of his disgraceful acts that we've commented upon. His history is a sorry one: he started out as a Midshipman and served honorably in the Navy. But at some point, his leftist politics took hold and he started aligning himself with America's enemies. The turning point, I think, came here:

Soviet diplomatic accounts and material from the archives show that in January 1984 former President Jimmy Carter dropped by Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin's residence for a private meeting.

Carter expressed his concern about and opposition to Reagan's defense buildup. He boldly told Dobrynin that Moscow would be better off with someone else in the White House. If Reagan won, he warned, "There would not be a single agreement on arms control, especially on nuclear arms, as long as Reagan remained in power."

Using the Russians to influence the presidential election was nothing new for Carter.

Schweizer reveals Russian documents that show that in the waning days of the 1980 campaign, the Carter White House dispatched businessman Armand Hammer to the Soviet Embassy.

Hammer was a longtime Soviet-phile, and he explained to the Soviet ambassador that Carter was "clearly alarmed" at the prospect of losing to Reagan.

Hammer pleaded with the Russians for help. He asked if the Kremlin could expand Jewish emigration to bolster Carter's standing in the polls.

"Carter won't forget that service if he is elected," Hammer told Dobrynin.

Conspiring with our chief enemy to try to influence an American Presidential election: We could have called that treason, but we didn't. You can form your own opinion.

In more recent years, Carter has never met an anti-American dictator he didn't like. Whether it was Castro, Ortega, Arafat...whoever. And he used the occasion of being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize to attack the current American government...just as those who awarded the prize had expected. No class.

And most recently, of course, he invited the execrable Michael Moore to sit with him in the former President's box at the Democratic National Convention. Moore is best known for calling Iraq's terrorists, who take sadistic delight in capturing innocent people and decapitating them on camera, that country's "Minutemen," and gleefully predicting that they would defeat the armed forces of the United States. Carter's public embrace of Moore can only be seen as an endorsement of his views. That puts Carter squarely "on the other side."

Jimmy Carter is a disgrace. We've said so before, and we'll continue saying so as long as he merits the criticism. If you want to learn more, read Steven Hayward's book The Real Jimmy Carter.

Another Hillary scandal Dick Morris New York Post 1/11/05

The post-Saddam boom WSJ 1/13/05

Stolen election John Fund WSJ 1/10/05

Why John Kerry lost New York Sun 12/7/04
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From a Special Forces contact:

Subject: Secretary Rumsfelds visit to Iraq.....not newsworthy, just one 1SG's opinion

To All,

This is a shotgun blast response to the media reports on Secretary Rumsfeld's visit to our Camp. I was fortunate enough to be there and even shake the man's hand. When the media reports were released concerning the event, I could not believe what I saw and heard. There are over 12,000 troops on our base. Only 2,000 or so had the opportunity to attend the gathering and I can tell you, those were hotly contested seats.

Not as the media would have you believe, so we could voice our displeasure, but rather to have the opportunity to see and hear the man we admire. Mr. Secretary spoke for 10 minutes or so on the war in Iraq and what freedom meant to the people of Afghanistan. He was there for the recent elections and shared his wonderful insight. After his prepared remarks he opened up the floor for questions and made it very clear that nothing was off limits.

Folks, this is extremely unusual for a dignitary to do. Also, we as leaders, were instructed to not screen our soldiers questions. They were to be honest and from the heart. Mr. Rumsfeld fielded a number of questions, took down notes for the ones he did not have answers to and genuinely enjoyed talking to the soldiers. Afterward, he spent over an hour with the enthusiastic troops who literally mobbed him and would not let him leave. He smiled for all, shook hands and had pictures taken. It ended only when his security forced us away.

He was applauded, he was given a standing ovation and he was loved. He stood there like a professional, like a man, and he took the heat because that's what leaders do. And yet somehow, the American media turned that wonderful event into a "disgruntled troops meet with Secretary Rumsfeld" headline. Incredible.

The morale is high, the equipment is good and improving daily. Disregard what you read and hear from the media and trust in the American fighting men and women to do the right thing. We have excellent leadership and are doing what we signed up to do.

SG Timmy Rikar

Looking for love in all the wrong places

Ding dong, the #*%(@& is dead. The Boston Globe 11/11/04

The county by county map for 2004.

Culprits in the Kerry camp New York Post 11/05/04

Osama threatens states which vote for Bush
New York Post 11/1/04

They'll Do Anything
Why Democrats and the media think they're entitled to do whatever it takes to win this election.
by Fred Barnes /01/04

Kerry is "tone deaf." New York Post, 10/29/04

Yard signs reveal more than politics.
You can't make this stuff up.

40 excuses and a mule
Ann Coulter, 10/28/04

Libertarian pioneer endorses Bush, World Net Daily, 10/27/04

'Provisional' Democracy, WSJ, 10/22/04

A 'good man' or not, Linda Chavez, 10/21/04

Quotable quotes:
When Larry King asked Senator Kerry recently about being briefed by the Bush administration
on the possibility of new al Qaeda attacks, Kerry said: "They have offered to brief me;
I just haven't had time."

Kerry's belief in working with allies runs so deep that he has maintained that the loss of American life can be better justified if it occurs in the course of a mission with international support. In 1994, discussing the possibility of U.S. troops being killed in Bosnia, he said, "If you mean dying in the course of the United Nations effort, yes, it is worth that. If you mean dying American troops unilaterally going in with some false presumption that we can affect the outcome, the answer is unequivocally no."

America's Most Highly Decorated Living Veteran Calls Kerry
'a Man of Benedict Arnold Qualities' Human Events10/15/04

Can't get a flu shot? Here's why.

An Edwards outrage, Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post 10/15/04

Iranian Mullahs for Kerry

Union thugs target Republicans WSJ 10/11/04

Locally, an attempt was made to break into the Clarke County
Republican campaign headquarters the night of 12/13 Oct.

Kerry has strange discharge New York Sun 10/13/04

Kerry sees terrorists as a nuisance, like prostitution and gambling.

News from Baghdad WSJ 10/11/04

Rather biased
60 Minutes story
on Bush's National Guard lapses
based on forged documents.

Followup, Monday, Sep 13

More followup

Dispatch from Baghdad, 9/21

Democrat thuggery

Green versus Black

David Limbaugh: "The Old Media richly deserves its diminishing fate."

Dick Morris on Kerry: "Nobody Likes Him"

Telling It Like It Is, Zell Miller

Bring it on, John
by Oliver North

Are you a South Park Republican?

Kerry Anti-War Ally Recants 1971 Claims of War Crimes

The Classic Center hotel is on hold again.
In our poll to name the hotel,
Trotsky was the clear winner
by a 2 to 1 margin over Stalin.

The Democrat Convention

A roundup of the past two weeks' good news from Iraq.

Combat film of Kerry was staged

Five reasons to fear the Democratic party
Michelle Malkin

"The very rich are different from you and me."
Suppose Tom had been shot instead, and Gatsby had then married Daisy.
Sounds like the life of John Heinz Kerry.

Planned GOP convention protests funded by Kerry's wife.
Anarchist 'Ruckus Society' trains for blockades, chaos, disruptions.

Where Have All The Democrats Gone?
By David Horowitz | June 28, 2004

Michael Moore in trouble in Canada?
Group there wants to jail him.

In Desperate Move, Kerry Adopts Puppy

From the left coast
Democrats Block Independence Day Celebration
Sacramento Union, July 2, 2004

Feminists just c**t make up their minds, Mike S. Adams

Take this quiz! Warning! Democrats tend to score higher than Republicans.

The condensed Bill Clinton

Reagan in his own words, right then, right now.
Reagan delivered this address on national television Oct. 27, 1964,
in support of Republican presidential nominee Barry Goldwater.

One of a Kind: Nine reasons the world would have been different if someone else had won the 1980 election. by Fred Barnes

Standing in line. A Vietnam vet of our acquaintance pays his respects.

In Solidarity The Polish people, hungry for justice, preferred "cowboys" over Communists. BY LECH WALESA

Freedom's Team: How Reagan, Thatcher and John Paul II won the Cold War.
Stuff you probably don't know.

Ronald Reagan is dead. Hereand here, is what Democrats have to say about it.

Fighting terror, a long excerpt (in .pdf format) from When Devils Walk the Earth

North Vietnamese Communists honor Kerry for his efforts on their behalf.

VIETNAM VET: Kerry service unimpressive free registration to Chicago Tribune required

Meet Cathy Diebold, found on

From the front in Iraq, a Marine speaks out

To understand Abu Ghraib look at the 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment

Zell Miller on Abu Ghraib

Call sign: Boston Strangler

And the Strangler's daughter
shows her stuff at Cannes

City Journal: The Fruits of Appeasement, Victor Davis Hanson
How Jimmy Carter and academic multiculturalists helped bring us Sept. 11.

Male humiliation, Muslim rage, Suzanne Fields

The Hon. Pete Stark, moron, California, demonstrates how to treat a constituent.

Portland Oregon, model for ACC

Portland Oregon, model for ACC II

Portland Oregon, model for ACC III

Kerry Purple Heart Doc Speaks Out

Unfit for office

Gen. Giap Thanks Kerry & Co. for Anti-war Protests
This is one of Kerry's foreign endorsements.

Kerry's Conundrum: To know him is to dislike him

May 1, 3004 The Los Angeles Times leads with the California secretary of state's de-certification of most of the state's electronic voting machines. He also directed the attorney general to investigate one of the companies producing the machines, Diebold Inc., for misrepresenting its technology. (In the NYT, he calls Diebold's behavior "despicable." "If that's the kind of deceitful behavior they're going to engage in, they can't do business in California.")
These are the machines on which Cathy Cox blew $56 million of the Georgia taxpayers' money.

Are the Democrats going into the Toricelli mode and plotting to dump Kerry? See The Village Voice for Tuesday, April 27.

Petty Officer 2nd Class Daniel A. Bernath has a few questions for Kerry.

According to this morning's (April 28) New York Times there are plans afoot to disrupt the Republican Convention.

And they all went to collitch

"Sometimes a guy will go down, and I'll let him scream a bit to destroy the morale of his buddies," said the Marine corporal. "Then I'll use a second shot."

Does "Smart Growth" cause crime?
More links on the issues of "New Urbanism"

2004 Polly Awards for political correctness

Navy Commanders to Cast Doubt on Kerry's War Record

Western Cannibalism, Victor Davis Hansen

Photo coverage of the "Global Day of Action" Rally in San francisco last Saturday, March 20. Look for Ed Tant, he's got to be there somewhere.

From the grave, Rudyard Kipling replies to the Democrats and their Spanish Socialist brethern

Saddam's Useful Idiots: Did any Iraqi money filter back to American war critics?

Kerry's record on defense

Rise of the milblogs, Weekly Standard. Troops in the field have weblogs. Get the news first hand and unfiltered.

You can't get a good education if they're only telling you half of story.
Students for Academic Freedom reports on UGA

An End to Evil: How to Win the War on Terror, by David Frum and Richard Perle (Random House, 304 pp., $25.95)
Reviewed by Newt Gingrich
Zell speaks his mind

Bumper Stickers

Well, well, well! The Vietnam War is back, thanks to the Democrat Primary.
Click here to see if what you "know" is so.
The link is courtesy of the Forward Air Controllers Association.
To find out who they are, find and watch this video from the History Channel.

A quote from "Amish Tech Support," one of the blogs we link to at right.

If Kofi Annan praised and welcomed indoor plumbing, I'd shit in the yard and get my drinking water from rain buckets.

George Bush vs. the Naive Nine by Zell Miller

Voices from the Aghan and Iraqi fronts

Perspective on the Iraq "Quagmire"

The latest news on "Global Warming"
Recent news from the "Global Warming" front

A reading list from Thomas Sowell
Sowell on Martin, Jesse and Al

"For the third year in a row, the United Nations' Development Program has ranked Norway as having the best standard of living in the world."--Aftenposten, July 8

"Seven out of ten Norwegians have had a random sex partner and the country is a world leader in one-night stands."--Aftenposten, Sept. 25

"Prostitutes Flocking to Rich Norway"--headline, Aftenposten, Oct. 16

"How can there possibly be liberty and justice for all, when, in the name of justice, people claim rights to income, food, housing, education, health care, transportation, ad infinitum? We can't. Positive rights to receive such things, absent an obligation to earn them, must violate others' liberty, by taking some of their income without their consent. They are really just wishes, convertible into benefits for some only by employing the government to violate others' rights not to have what is theirs taken."

Prof. Gary Galles of Pepperdine University

"The vast majority of those who fought in Vietnam as frontline combat troops—two thirds of whom were not drafted but volunteered—were disproportionately lower-income whites from southern and rural states. These were young men of a vastly different socioeconomic cosmos from the largely middle- and upper-class journalists who misrepresented them, the antiwar activists and academics who castigated them, and the generals of the military high command who led them so poorly."

Blake Hurst, a Missouri farmer, superb writer and proud resident of Red America

A liberal is a man too broad minded to take his own side in a quarrel.

Robert Frost

"Of all tyrannies, a tyranny exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It may be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end, for they do so with the approval of their own conscience."

C. S. Lewis

Senator Alan Simpson (R) WY was one of the wisest and wittiest (assignment: find out why he kept a can of Bag Balm on his desk) gentlemen ever to grace Washington with his presence. He had a saying:

"We have two political parties in this country, the Stupid Party and the Evil Party. I belong to the Stupid Party."

"The shepherd drives the wolf from the sheep's throat, for which the sheep thanks the shepherd as a liberator, while the wolf denounces him for the same act as the destroyer of liberty."

Abraham Lincoln

Lincoln made it clear who the sheep was and who the wolf was.

Is this Heidi's secret plan for Athens?

News from the "Global Warming" front.

Sen. John McCain, the only member of the Keating Five (took bribes to help destroy the Savings and loan industry and cost the taxpayers billions in the process) still in office, has managed to pass his so-called campaign finance reform bill. It has specific exceptions for McCain supporters. It is at least in part unconstitutional and has been challenged in court. See REALCampaign website for details.

Liberals are vehemently opposed to genuine election reform. This Wall Street Journal article explains why.

Required reading:
Victor Davis Hanson; The 1930s Again, NRO

Enron: The Scandal that Wasn't

What FDR stole from us

It is impossible to overstate the unusual nature of American society for more than 100 years after the inception of the federal government in 1787. There were no Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, welfare, drug laws, occupational-licensure laws, income taxation, gun control, public schooling, immigration controls, travel restrictions, and foreign aid.

Our ancestors believed that (1) it is morally wrong to use government to take money from a person to whom it belongs in order to give it to someone to whom it does not belong; (2) a person has the right to accumulate unlimited amounts of wealth and decide what to do with it; and (3) people have the right to engage in any peaceful enterprise and to travel and trade anywhere in the world.

That is what it once meant to be an American, notwithstanding the tragic and ultimately costly exception of slavery. That is what it once meant to be free.

Jacob G. Hornberger, February 2002

Thoughts about the war on terrorism.
You must read these

Great Osama cartoon (animated)

The appetite for money, your money, of the Unified Government of the Demokratiche Volksrepublik of Athens and Occupied Clarke County is insatiable. One scheme under consideration is cameras at traffic lights.
Here's how it works in San Diego, according to Dick Armey.
And how it works in Greensboro.

Libertarian Party proposes cure for colleges that prohibit display of flag.

One man's opinion on the Five Points fire hall

Results of polling conducted by NAACP

"UN supporters like to ridicule the notion that the UN represents the beginning of one-world government, but what other label can be applied to an organization that seeks global laws, global courts, centralized legislative power, and a worldwide army?"
Texas Congressman Ron Paul
Why Georgia has never, until now, had a Republican Governor
Lies, lies, lies
delegitimatizing the Bush presidency
Wall Street Journal: Best of the web   (updated daily)
P. J. O'Rourke on unilateralism
Four myths about global warming
Walter Williams on education
Live long and die out
How the Elite Media view America Greens vs. Energy 7/19/01
Are you an outlaw? 7/19/01
Reparations (from TNR) 7/18
A Clinton chronology, lest we forget.
Archive of news and opinion on the attempted theft of the 2000 election and other stuff (many broken links)
Once upon a time, long ago, the Athens Daily News carried the column of James Kilpatrick. He is still writing, and still well worth reading.

How the country really voted
The USA Today county by county electoral Map

And the count went on...and on...and on...
Helpful book for South Florida voters
Florida cartoon
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