From the daily archives:

Monday, January 4, 2010

No US Combat Deaths in Iraq Last Month

January 4, 2010

That’s a pretty bold statement, but nonetheless a true one.  The US military lost zero soldiers in combat last month — an all-time low for a one-month period!  However, three soldiers did die of non-combat causes.  2009 itself was the most quiet year since 2004 on the casualty front. Some of the reasons why we’re [...]

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Prospect of Hung Parliament Looms in the UK

January 4, 2010

The next British General Election is going to be held no later than May.  David Cameron’s Conservative Party has held a commanding lead in the polls ever since Gordon Brown chickened out and decided against calling a snap election in 2007.  In recent months however, Gordon Brown’s Labour Party has slightly narrowed the gap, causing [...]

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The Stimulus Slush Fund Spending Money in Places That Don’t Exist

January 4, 2010

I’ve said all along that the Obama administration would be nothing more than Chicago thug politics, mob rule meets the White House, and that the stimulus porkulus was nothing but a Democrat slush-fund.  Well, Stimulus reporting is now resembling a classic money-laundering scheme.  It seems that the same agency that reports on how many jobs [...]

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No Heroin Addict Left Behind

January 4, 2010

Liberals just can’t help themselves when it comes to spending other people’s money.  You might even say they’re addicted.  Take New York City for example.  The NYC Health Department recently spent $32,000 on a bunch of pamphlets telling junkies how to properly shoot heroin into their arms.  The fact that junkie already know or have [...]

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Hope and Change from Massachusetts?

January 4, 2010

There is a chance to send shock waves through the Obama administration, and it comes from, of all places, my home state, the People’s Republic of Massachusetts.  State Senator Scott Brown (R-MA) is facing off against Attorney General Martha Coakley (D-MA) to replace Ted Kennedy in the U.S. Senate on January 19, 2010.  While there [...]

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