Actual MSNBC chyron: “Law Makes it a Crime to be Illegal Immigrant.” Hey geniuses: it’s already a crime to be an illegal immigrant. You might have been tipped off by the term “Illegal Immigrant.” Ace notes that the idiocy isn’t restricted to MSNBC, and adds: In related news, Minnesota is “seriously considering” a law that would make the intentional killing … Read More
Filthy, stinking, brazen liars: The economic report released last week by Health and Human Services, which indicated that President Barack Obama’s health care “reform” law would actually increase the cost of health care and impose higher costs on consumers, had been submitted to the office of HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius more than a week before the Congressional votes on the bill, … Read More
Ed Morrisey notes this photo of a protest outside a Sarah Palin speech in Eugene, Oregon: Yes, that’s right: Eugene is a hate-free zone, except for the person who hopes that Sarah Palin chokes. Nice touch with the Obama logo there, chum. Don Surber adds: Yes, that’s pretty liberal — harassing people who went to see someone speak. From the … Read More
This is all kinds of awesome. Via Hot Air. Go sign up.
So cool. So very, very cool. I’s almost like having a real computer. WANT.
On occasion, the “World’s Greatest Deliberative Body” will do something that makes sense. It appears that last week, we arrived at one of those auspicious moments: Bipartisanship has broken out in the Senate, not that the media bothered to notice. Last week John McCain introduced a resolution stating that “It is the sense of the Senate that the Value Added … Read More
Rahm Emanuel wants to run for mayor of Chicago someday.
The New York Times seems to be noticing (a bit too late, natch) that Obamacare isn’t actually going to make health care any better. Jennifer Rubin, writing at Contentions, is shocked, shocked: So we’re going to force individuals to buy more-expensive plans than they might want (the issue Paul Ryan alluded to at the health-care summit), dump them into pools … Read More
Who could have seen this coming? Nearly 80 percent of Americans say they do not trust the U.S. government to do what is right, expressing the highest level of distrust in Washington in half a century, according to a public opinion survey.Only 22 percent of Americans say they trust the government “just about always” or “most of the time,” according … Read More
For all his failings on the domestic side of the ledger, I always respected George W. Bush for his commitment to the idea that human beings have intrinsic dignity and therefore deserve liberty. That’s probably the best thing he could use his post-presidency to promote, and he’s doing just that: James K. Glassman, Executive Director of the George W. Bush … Read More