Scandal in the Department of Justice?

Remember the video of the New Black Panthers standing outside a polling place in Philadelphia in November 2008? They were the ones in military style uniforms blocking the door, and, carrying night sticks. What has happened since is truly amazing. Read more

Good news unemployed workers … unemployment checks are as good as a job

This is really too much. From the woman who wants us to pass bills so we can find out what’s in them, and tells us all to quit our jobs and become violinists, comes unemployment checks are the fastest way to create jobs. Eeeeesh! Read more

Juan Williams: Obama has declared war on Supreme Court

Well, in particular, Chief Justice John Roberts. Of course this should not come as a surprise to anyone. He declares war on anyone that dares disagree with him.

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Obama takes Patraeus out of Presidential race

Interesting, don’t you think? Although I doubt our President is that Machiavellian … still. The appointment of General David Patraeus is a win, win, win for Obama, and after all, isn’t that what he’s all about?

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Obama’s off-shore drilling commission

Jim spoke briefly about this on today’s show…let me fill in the rest of the blanks. Obama appointed a seven person commission to delve into the cause of the Gulf oil spill, and to recommend ways to make drilling safer.

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Why the Barton BP apology has legs – “Shakedown”

Because … the media will ride this bad boy harder than a dark horse in a stakes race. In case you are not familiar with the story, Texas Congressman Joe Barton apologized to BP President Tony Hayward this morning for what he called a “shake down” by the President of the United States. The topic was the $20 billion dollars “voluntary” escrow account for Gulf Coast damages.
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Fair and Balanced: Krauthammer and O’Reilly on the Obama speech-“kicking and screaming”

Some fair and balanced video after giving so much space to MSNBC. Here were the best takes from Fox, which did not spend much time on analysis except in regular programming. Still I was kinda stunned by O’Reilly’s frankness and surprised by Krauthammer’s gentleness.

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Blumenthal still up 20 … McMahon closes but negatives power the numbers

Egads … if she can’t close faster then this … the Republicans are in trouble, which they may be anyway. I have not gone through all of the internals, but there are two ways to look at this. First as we get closer to November, people are beginning to look a little closer at the “suit”. But you can’t beat someone with no one and while McMahon’s Positives are way up and negatives are way down, Blumenthal’s positives are way, way up. Read more

Democrats urged to avoid meeting with constituents this summer

Congressional Democrats are being urged by leadership to avoid town hall meetings and other public events that offer the ability for voters to ask questions in uncontrolled settings. Last summer’s finger waving and YouTube video accounts seems just too much to handle for faltering Democrats.

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Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour on drilling – don’t stop

Well here’s the question of the day. Should we stop deep water drilling until the cause of the New Horizon rig explosion is known? Two Gulf Governors say no. Read more