From the daily archives:

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

British Left Asks Media to Do its Bidding

January 18, 2011

When the British Conservative Party won the largest number of seats in the last general election, they did not win an outright majority in the House of Commons.  That forced them to enter into a coalition with the Liberal Democrats (similar to our Democrats but probably more committed to civil liberties for law-abiding citizens).  During [...]

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Sen. Kent Conrad Calls it Quits

January 18, 2011

Here we are only 18 days into January, and we already have a Red-state Democrat announcing that he is not seeking re-election — two years before the actual election.  Sen. Kent Conrad (D-ND) has become the second Democrat Senator from North Dakota in just over a year to announce his retirement.  Last January, Sen. Byron [...]

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Repeal Vote Back on Track

January 18, 2011

Out of deference to the victims of the Tuscon Massacre, House Republicans postponed legislative business until today, with full intentions of moving forward on repealing the “job-killing” Obama Care law.  The Dems were, of course, hoping that in the spirit of lowering the rhetoric that House Republicans would wimp out on all controversial legislation until [...]

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Regulation is Bad for America

January 18, 2011

The regulatory nightmare that has become our federal bureaucracy is bad for America.  It is bad for American businesses, the American people, and for our economic recovery prospects.  Powerline has two examples of how regulation is ruining American economic interests. First, today Goldman Sachs is opening up private investment opportunities for Facebook.  However, they are [...]

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