From the daily archives:

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Massachusetts GOP on the Rise?

April 6, 2010

Could the Massachusetts GOP be on the rise?  With the election of Scott Brown, and a growing dissatisfaction in the Bay State with socialized medicine and the general direction of the state, could it be possible that the Republican Party may see some victories in November, including the Governor’s Mansion, a congressional seat or two, [...]

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Duke Defeats Butler 61-59

April 6, 2010

What a game!  I only caught some of the first half since 24 was on until 10, but wow! It came down to the last 3.6 seconds and a Hail Mary half-court shot by Butler that hit the rim but missed, pushing the Duke Blue Devils to their latest NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship.  Great defense, [...]

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FCC Doesn’t Have the Authority to Regulate the Internet

April 6, 2010

The D.C. Court of Appeals today issued a ruling that stated that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) does not have the authority to regulate internet traffic, thus putting a huge roadblock in front of the Net Neutrality movement.  One of the centerpieces of the Nutroots’ agenda, Net Neutrality (like many liberal ideas) is a concept [...]

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Why Covering Pre-existing Conditions Doesn’t Work

April 6, 2010

As a resident of Massachusetts, we’ve seen a preview of what ObamaCare has to offer carried out right here in our own state – it’s one of the reasons that Scott Brown was elected to the Senate, as we know here that government-run medicine is a disaster.  One of the major selling points of ObamaCare [...]

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Obama Tells the World He Won’t Use Nukes

April 6, 2010

This is just maddening.  Most of Obama’s policies to this point have been damaging to our nation.  Both the Stimulus and ObamaCare, for instance, will have a long-term disastrous effect on our national debt and our economy.  His foreign policy has propped up our enemies and insulted our allies.  In his latest assault on our [...]

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