Explained. Be sure to poke around the site — he’s got some other new stuff up.
California is the worst state in the country in which to do business. I can believe it.
It’s a tragedy what the vandals in Sacramento have done to such a beautiful and naturally wealthy place.
…but SCOTUS will find the individual mandate unconstitutional. Let’s hope.
I’ve discussed this before, but here are some thoughts on one of the dumbest songs ever written (Give Peace A Chance is a runner up). It never previously occurred to me, though that Lennon might have actually been mocking his own fans with it. I suppose it’s possible.
Geraghty counts more than ninety of them. I think he got tired toward the end.
Or maybe Episcopalians.
Eight have been arrested in Pakistan in connection with the Times Square bombing attempt.
They were probably upset about health care.
[Update a few minutes later]
More thoughts from Mark Steyn:
To the traditional who-ya-gonna-believe-me-or-your-lyin’-eyes cliches, Mayor Bloomberg has now added the inspired line that the amateurish loner with no connection to terrorism “didn’t like the health care bill”. I do hope they ask Faisal Shahzad his views on the individual mandate.
Any moment now, Janet Napolitano will announce that effective immediately it will be illegal to remove your sweat shirt in a public place.
By the way, there are so many of these isolated extremists and lone wolves, they surely belong to the United Amalgamated Union of Lone Wolves and Isolated Extremists. So their cadillac health care plan probably has an Obamacare opt-out anyway. Very odd.
Why do public officials so reflexively dissemble and misdirect every time? In the end, all they’re doing is undermining confidence in the integrity of their own institutions. That doesn’t seem a smart move.
It could be because they’re not very smart. Apparently that’s not a criterion for becoming the mayor of a major city, or a federal official.
[Update a couple minutes later]
The bomber had to have had help:
While officials called the bomb itself “crude” and “amateurish”, they now privately acknowledge that the preparation, advanced espionage and meticulous orchestration of events required to insert a Sport Utility Vehicle into a curbside parking space anywhere in New York City reflects a high-level of intellectual and technical sophistication.”
“You don’t just drive into New York and park your car,” the source said. “Without a real-time satellite video feed and agents on the ground in constant communication with the driver, that kind of operation can take hours on a good day. Even with all of those resources, the perps still had to count on a certain degree of luck.”
More evidence that it was sophisticated white guys. And they only have to be lucky once…
[Update a few minutes later]
It’s the Jihad, stupid.
Both groups were mentioned by the media one was dismissed as racists, whose protests nationwide might encourage violence.
The other group was mentioned as part of a nationwide nonviolent expression of popular will although in some cities actual violence took place.
I continue to be sickened by the biased media. It’s hard to feel any sympathy as they swirl the bowl financially. It’s exactly where they belong.
Three days after he decried the lack of civility in American politics, President Obama is quoted in a new book about his presidency referring to the Tea Party movement using a derogatory term with sexual connotations.
It’s not difficult to take him seriously when he piously preaches to us about civility. It’s impossible.
Oh, and as an aside, no, I am not brimming with pride that he gave the commencement speech at my alma mater.
An interesting discussion (at least to me) on the power and limitations of government regulation.