From the daily archives:

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Obama’s Nuke Summit a Bust

April 13, 2010

Is it just me, or does Obama have a summit for everything?  He’s had a jobs summits, a womens’ summit, a health care summit, an economic summit, a global warming summit, a beer summit, and now a nuclear summit (I’m sure I missed a few.  If anyone remembers any others, let me know).  And, like [...]

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Crashing Thursday’s Tea Parties

April 13, 2010

Apparently, there is this group of Libs out there planning to crash the Tea Party protests this Thursday in an effort to make the Tea Parties look silly (why do I have a hunch that this is going to backfire?).  This Breitbart story illustrates the depths to which these Tea Party crashers are willing to [...]

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Looking Critically at the Attacks on the Pope

April 13, 2010

There have been many attacks on Pope Benedict as of late in regards to his alleged handling of clergy sexual abuse cases during his tenure as prefect of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith.  Atheists around the world, intent on destroying the Church, are calling for his resignation, or in some quarters his [...]

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Get Ready for Health Care Rationing!

April 13, 2010

Health care rationing is on its way.  Many of us predicted that it would come to pass as a result of ObamaCare, and it has been exhibited fully in ObamaCare lite, the socialized health care plan in my home state of Massachusetts.  Now, a new report shows that with the increase of people on health [...]

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Awesome: Congress Accidentally Gutted Their Own Health Insurance

April 13, 2010

This is rich, and it shows what happens when 2,000+ page monstrosities are rammed through congress without anyone reading the bill.  It seems that due to a drafting error, Congress may have accidentally excluded themselves from the Federal Employees Health Program.  The idea was that members of Congress would purchase plans through the new insurance [...]

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The Compliance Cost of the Tax Code

April 13, 2010

The income tax code is a huge drain on the American economy.  The amount of money spent on income taxes for wasteful programs, not to mention the economic cost of lost opportunity from money not being in the free market, is staggering.  Even the cost of actually preparing our tax returns and paying our taxes [...]

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