The Thrill Is Gone: Audible Gasps on MSNBC Set Over MA Bellweather Polls


This morning on MSNBC’s  Morning Joe show, as Chris Matthews reported his conversation with Suffolk University pollster David Paleologos that the GOP’s Scott Brown leads Martha Coakley by “double-digits” in the “Bellweather areas” of Massachusetts, audible gasps of “Oh, my God” are loudly heard on the MSNBC set.

The bellweather areas last night were double digit for Brown so [...]

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The Biggest “too little too late” Tweet of the Day: Nebr. Ben Nelson on State Equality


Earth to Nebraska Senator Ben Nelson:  the animals have already left the barn.  I mean seriously dude, you reiterating that all states be treated fairly after your infamous kickback strikes me as funnier than all of Conan’s NBC bashing put together.
Just released: Sen Nelson reiterates his call for all states to be treated equally in [...]

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Ben Nelson Panics: Starts Massive Ad Campaign


Senator Ben Nelson and his friends (of the leftist MSM) have discovered that the senator from Nebraska may have committed political suicide by voting for ObamaCare. Yahoo! News reports that, according to pollster Scott Rasmussen, Nelson would only receive 30% of the votes if elections were held today, while his (unnamed) Republican competitor could count [...]

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Edward Lazear: Stimulus and the Jobless Recovery – WSJ.com


With the news that GDP grew at 3.5% in the third quarter, it seems apparent that economic recovery is underway. How much of this was a result of government programs? To evaluate this, it is important to understand what constitutes a recovery. There are three developments needed to restore the economy to its prior vibrancy. […]