Byron York: Why Democrats push health care, even if it kills them – Washington Examiner

To some observers, the Democrats’ race to pass national health care seems irrational — even suicidal. Don’t party leaders understand how much the public opposes the bills currently on the table? Don’t they know that voters are likely to take their revenge at the polls next year? Given that, why do they keep rushing ahead? […]

The Bukay Affair – by Steven Plaut

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The attack against freedom of speech in Israel.

The Depths of Demcare Demagoguery – by Michelle Malkin

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How low can they go?

Harry Reid, Uncensored – by Michael Reagan

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The apologies the Senator owes.

Tea party conservatives gear up to affect 2010 elections with fundraising, PACs – washingtonpost.com

The energized “tea party” movement, which upended this year’s political debate with noisy anti-government protests, is preparing to shake up the 2010 elections by channeling money and supporters to conservative candidates set to challenge both Democrats and Republicans. Buoyed by their success in capsizing a moderate Republican candidate this fall in Upstate New York, tea […]

Peter Suderman: How the CBO became the biggest impediment to ObamaCare, Reason Magazine

It was January 2009, and Democrats were triumphant. Their party had won major victories in both the House and the Senate, and Barack Obama, arguably the most economically left-wing president in decades, had just won the White House on a promise to finally achieve what had eluded liberals for so long: universal health care. As […]

Stimulus 3.0? – by Jacob Laksin

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President Obama promises to spend the country out of recession – again.

The Black Caucus War Against Obama – by Dick Morris

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The height of hubris: the left-wing of the Democratic party thinks it can afford to fight itself.

Andrew Stern

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For the entire Andrew Stern profile, click here. Selected highlights from the Andrew Stern profile: Former New Leftist Andrew Stern is the current President of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), the second largest labor union in North America. The economic model championed by Stern and SEIU includes universal health care, increased taxation, an expansion of social […]

Industrial Areas Foundation

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For the entire Industrial Areas Foundation profile, click here. Selected highlights from the Industrial Areas Foundation profile: Established in 1940 by Saul Alinsky, the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF) is a Chicago-based community-organizing network consisting of 59 affiliate groups located in 21 U.S. states as well as Canada, the United Kingdom, and Germany. IAF’s mission is to “build organizations whose primary purpose is […]