Monthly Archives: November 2010

Republicans have the stronger case, but can they make it?

Thomas Sowell looks at the arguments for and against increasing tax rates on high income earners and offers a suggestion: let’s take a look at the evidence. These are not new arguments on either side. They go back more than … Continue reading

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An ominous sign

More meddling from Washington: [T]he Federal Highway Administration is ordering all local governments — from the tiniest towns to the largest cities — to go out and buy new street signs that federal bureaucrats say are easier to read. This … Continue reading

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Bill Whittle: What We Believe

I’m extremely envious of Bill Whittle’s talent for presenting things in a clear and engaging manner. If you haven’t seen it, be sure to check out his outstanding YouTube series called “What We Believe.” It’s a great summation of what … Continue reading

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More pie for everyone

W. Kurt Hauser: The Obama administration’s budget projections claim that raising taxes on the top 2% of taxpayers, those individuals earning more than $200,000 and couples earning $250,000 or more, will increase revenues to the U.S. Treasury. The empirical evidence … Continue reading

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Obama: American Narcissus

Jonathan Last hits a home run with his Weekly Standard piece documenting Obama’s extreme vanity. I was familiar with some of this, but the, dare I say, “audacity” of the man’s self-importance is utterly astounding when taken in toto. Consider … Continue reading

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Considerable quote

Dennis Prager: There is an amazingly simple way to defeat the left: Raise children who are grateful to be American, who don’t complain, who can handle losing and who are guided by values, not feelings. In other words, teach them … Continue reading

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Dear parent, your kid is fat

Daily Caller: Chubby elementary school children in Flagstaff, Ariz., have more than just bullies to worry about. If they’re too fat, their school will notify their parents. Starting in the fall, students in the Flagstaff district will be weighed and … Continue reading

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