From the daily archives:

Thursday, June 18, 2009

24 Meets the Goonies

June 18, 2009

Nostalgia meets today’s headlines: Awesome!

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Bush Defends Himself

June 18, 2009

Yesterday, Dubya showed up to speak with business folks in Erie, PA, and defended himself on EITs (enhanced interrogation techniques) and his general policy in the War on Terror… um, sorry, that’s Overseas Contingency Operations (gag!).  Despite the headlines Bush indicated that he wasn’t going to criticize Obama, although he did get in a few jabs on those [...]

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Walpingate: Walpin Responds, Obama Dodges

June 18, 2009

Last week, Obama gave notice that he was firing Inspector General of AmeriCorps Gerald Walpin.  As mentioned previously, by law Inspector Generals have to be fired for cause and a 30-day written notice of the firing, and the reason for the firing, need to be detailed to Congress.  The purpose of this law (which Obama [...]

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NRSC Launches 2010 Campaign

June 18, 2009

The National Republican Senatorial Committee launched the 2010 campaign this week, with a new ad that focuses on American values vs. Liberal values.  While more of a feel-good ad for Republicans, it illustrates what is at stake in the elections; big vs. small government, and freedom vs. tyranny.  With the video ending with words of [...]

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