A warning from Robert Samuelson. I wouldn’t mind if the government committed suicide, if it wasn’t so determined to take the rest of us with it.
Ed Markey says that Republicans not only want to destroy the Intertubes, but the ENTIRE WORLD. The bastards.
Why it will be different than the one we just went through.
I had heard the rumors about the Dems wanting to run Gabby Giffords for Senate, but I hadn’t heard this comment. The answer is “no, there is no capacity for shame.” Nor are there any bounds on their political opportunism.
A lot more than conventional history suggests, or it admitted at the time, including the Holocaust.
Thoughts from Victor Davis Hanson on California’s precarious situation.
It is beautifully (and misleadingly) green here right now.
Thoughts from Peter Thiel.
The left continues to live in a fantasy world, politically:
Ignoring completely the immediately obvious – and in some cases vastly better funded – parallels on the Left, the author quickly concludes that the only way to beat the nasty fiscal conservatives is to implement even more aggressive “campaign finance reform” efforts than those attempted in the past. He also seems oblivious to the fact this his fellow progressives managed to fund the most expensive presidential election in history when putting Barack Obama in office and that they are already crowing over the likely target of spending more than a billion next year.
As long as they continue to delude themselves in this way, the Tea Party is going to continue to “kick their butts.”