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Why Is Congress So Lame?

March 3, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba I have been wondering of late why the Democrats in Congress are so lame. It is astonishing because, having taken back control of Congress in 2006 and increased it in 2008, you would think they would have been passing laws like crazy, but all they have managed to do is borrow and […]

Health Care Reform Bill, Airline Security, And More

January 6, 2010 by


The Patriot Post Chronicle The Foundation “The whole art of government consists in the art of being honest.” –Thomas Jefferson Editorial Exegesis “Democratic leaders reportedly plan to forge a final reform bill behind closed doors. They should not be able to get away with hiding public policy from the public it will adversely affect. Both […]

Arlen Specter – A Series Of Convenient Coincidences

April 29, 2009 by


A lot has been said about Arlen Specter switching from the Republicans to the Democrats, and you probably think that there’s not much I can add. After all, I’m from Australia, so what would I know about anything like this. However, before you brush off my comments, consider this. Arlen was a Democrat in his […]

Plundering The Plumber’s Records

November 1, 2008 by


PLUNDERING THE PLUMBER’S RECORDS Michelle Malkin If Joe the Plumber were Jawad the Suspected Terrorist, civil liberties activists would stampede the halls of Congress on his behalf. Liberal columnists would hyperventilate over the outrageous invasions of his privacy by Ohio state and local employees. The ACLU would demand the Big Brother snoopers’ heads. And Democratic […]

Palin Spooks The Castrated Critics

September 3, 2008 by


PALIN SPOOKS THE CASTRATED CRITICS Andrew Bolt IF only Sarah Palin were just some famous guy’s wife Then, as with Hillary Clinton, the women’s groups and activists could love and pet her like a victim. But the Governor of Alaska has torn up the script. Confounded the simpering stereotype. Here is a caribou-hunting, moose-gutting, corruption-busting, […]