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Stupak and Lessons Learned: Democrats Lie. Chronically


The second lesson that should be learned is that there is no such thing as a Pro-Life Democrat. Partisanship and agendas over-ride all for them. Thus, it should come as no surprise that Bart Stupak sold out for an Executive Order;  a piece of paper that holds absolutely no merit, particularly when coming from arguably [...]

Obama Uses Prayer Breakfast to Define Opposition as Uncivil and Birthers


President Obama self-righteously calls others to civility while he tears them down.

Las Vegas Mayor Goodman – Next “America’s Mayor”?


From Lori Ziganto’s latest article
Obama can’t seem to keep that “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” thing straight. He keeps forgetting that you have to GO to Vegas first and, instead, he is constantly deterring people from visiting the sin-alicious city.
Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman has had just about enough.
“He has a real psychological hang up [...]

Sean Hannity Attacked for Calling Sarah Palin “Governor”


It’s sometimes tempting to think that, with all the petty and stupid attacks against conservatives out there, we have to have seen it all.  But if there’s one lesson you should take to heart about the Left, it’s this: Never say never.  It can always get worse.
Today’s example is a recent post by True/Slant’s Austin [...]

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The Bernanke Nomination – WSJ.com


The White House said yesterday it has damped down a political revolt against Ben Bernanke and now has the votes to secure the Federal Reserve Chairman’s second four-year term. Whether or not Mr. Bernanke is confirmed, the lesson we draw is that overly political central bankers will eventually be undone by politics. There’s no doubt […]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: January 20, 2010


The lesson I learned from Vietnam was not a lesson in theory but a lesson in practice. Observing this nation go through its worst historical hour from a vantage on the other side of the barricade, I came to understand that democratic values are easily lost and, from the evidence of the past, only rarely [...]

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Smarmy Sanchez: Rick Fumbles Report on Chris Henry’s Death


Rick Sanchez once again shows he lacks basic journalism skills – this time when discussing the death of Chris Henry.

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From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 22, 2009


fifty years ago this spring, Jackie Robinson broke the color bar in baseball. The events that followed provide a lesson for Black History Month — which ends this week — that many civil rights leaders seem to have forgotten. Following Robinson’s historic breakthrough, as everybody knows, other black athletes followed his example and professional basketball [...]

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Ross Douthat: Prisons of Our Own Making – NYTimes.com


If you’re a governor with presidential aspirations, you should never, under any circumstances, pardon a convict or reduce a sentence. That’s the lesson everyone seems to have drawn from the dreadful case of Maurice Clemmons, an Arkansas native who murdered four Lakewood, Wash., police officers over Thanksgiving weekend — nine years after Mike Huckabee, then […]