From the daily archives:

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Orrin Hatch Targets BCS

March 26, 2009

College football’s method of determining a national champion has been the subject of debate for decades.  One side argues that the current system represents a tradition that should be preserved and guarantees one of the most meaningful regular seasons in all of sports.  Others argue that the current system is too subjective and excludes too [...]

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Crowder Started the Obama Song

March 26, 2009

This is the first night this week I’ve had a real chance to blog.  Unfortunately nothing really interests me tonight.  Thankfully it’s Thursday and that means Steven Crowder has a new video.  This one’s a bit Grand Master White but it’s still not bad. If music’s not your thing, here’s another clip, from Steven’s brother [...]

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Napolitano: Our “Man-Caused Disaster”

March 26, 2009

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano refuses to use the word terrorism in her recent speeches, inferring terrorist attacks are merely ”man-caused disasters.”  As Obama’s administration has put more effort declaring war on semantics rather than continuing to kill and detain terrorists, we’re moving beyond a pre-9/11 mindset in my opinion, we’re just being ridiculous, asking for something [...]

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Benedict Arlen Specter on the Rocks

March 26, 2009

Benedict Arlen Specter is on the rocks.  In a recent Quinnipiac poll (not the most reliable, mind you, but still).  Specter trails potential challenger Pat Toomey by 14 points, 41-27.  In an effort to save himself, Specter is currently trying to change the primary rules in Pennsylvania to allow Independents to vote for him.  I’ve [...]

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Community Service Bill Marginalizes Organized Religion

March 26, 2009

The House of Representatives passed the Generations Invigorating Volunteerism and Education Act (GIVE), creating a mandate for community service among high school and college students.  The bill spends $6 billion on beefing up government-paid and sponsored national service programs, and paves the way for future mandatory service by establishing a commission to explore the feasibility [...]

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