From the daily archives:

Monday, February 15, 2010

Rumor Mill: Will Barbara Mikulski Be the Next Democrat to Drop?

February 15, 2010

An unconfirmed rumor out on the blogosphere, but intriguing nonetheless.  With the announcement of Bayh’s retirement this morning, everyone’s been wondering what would be the next shoe to drop.  Rumor has it that Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) will be the next Democrat Senator to announce her retirement later this week.  Now, Maryland is a seat [...]

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Biden Tries to Lecture Scott Brown on Military Tribunals

February 15, 2010

Newly-elected Senator Scott Brown (R-MA; yes, it still feels good to say that) is involved in a war of words with the Obama Administration’s court jester, Vice President Joe Biden.  Joe Biden suggested on Face the Nation this weekend that Brown didn’t know what he was talking about when it came to military tribunals, stating [...]

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Happy Birthday, Tea Party Movement!

February 15, 2010

A year ago today, the first protest against the onslaught of Big Government occurred in Seattle, WA.  The protest was organized as a response to the stimulus porkulus bill, and led to other tax revolts around the country in Mesa, AZ, Denver, CO, and Overland Park, KS.  Then, on February 19, CNBC’s Rick Santelli let [...]

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Nevada Tea Party Founded by Wackos

February 15, 2010

Looks like the third party organization known as the Nevada Tea Party may in fact be made up of a bunch of wackos.  Confederate Yankee has uncovered details about the signatories to the NTP filing with the Nevada Secretary of State, and it appears that they are made up of wacko conspiracy theorists, not genuine [...]

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Phil Jones — No Significant Global Warming Since 1995

February 15, 2010

The UK Daily Mail has published this article focusing on hacked ClimateGate scientist Phil Jones’ admission that there has NOT been any statistically significant global warming since 1995!  Ouch — that’s 15 years! Think 1995 for a second:  Newt and crew take over Congress for the first time;  Jacques Chirac becomes President of France;  the [...]

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The Problem with the “PIIGS”

February 15, 2010

If you haven’t heard about the acronym “PIIGS” yet, I’ll let you in on it:  PIIGS stands for Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain — countries in the European Union on the verge of economic collapse.  Of the five nations in trouble, Greece is the closest to collapse and the youth in the streets have [...]

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Bayh Bayh Evan Bayh

February 15, 2010

Republican chances in the 2010 Senate elections look better every day and today is no exception.  The Washington Post is reporting that Evan Bayh is about to announce that he will not seek re-election later this year. This is excellent news for the country and for conservatives.  Although Bayh was no longer as safe as [...]

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Happy President’s Day

February 15, 2010

Every year we take a day to pay homage to our 44 Presidents on the third Monday in February.  We used to have both Lincoln and Washington’s birthday off, but with the addition of the observance of Martin Luther King’s birthday as a federal holiday in 1983 we meshed the two birthday’s together into President’s [...]

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