Last Thursday Baltimore County police shot and killed one man and arrested two others shortly after midnight as they were leaving their Pikesville, MD, hotel room. The three men had been under police surveillance for some time, and the two who were arrested were charged with — get this — counterfeiting currency, a federal crime. … Read more Getting real about the Arizona law
Unless Congress acts before the end of this year, the largest tax increase in American history is due to take effect when the Bush tax cuts expire at midnight December 31. According to the Tax Foundation, in the absence of Congressional action we can expect: The two “marriage penalty elimination” provisions will expire, so that: … Read more Extend the Bush tax cuts — especially for the rich
Let’s try a little thought experiment. Pretend you’re the Democratic Party. You’ve controlled both houses of Congress since 2007 and the White House since 2009. You came to power during a recession which, most voters agree, you only made worse. You also inherited a budget with a huge deficit, and you made that worse, too. … Read more Changing the subject
There’s hardly anything I like about the Left. Their economic views are naive in the extreme, their political views are statist, their attitude is elitist and arrogant, their books are boring, and, to be blunt — if politically incorrect — I don’t find their women very attractive. In short, they suck. But there’s one area … Read more Krista Branch: the Tea Party’s Bob Dylan?
A reader recently sent me a link to the following article that appeared in t r u t h o u t, an on-line publication its editors describe as “devoted to equality, democracy, human rights, accountability and social justice” — in other words, devoted to promoting a secular, leftist political agenda. The article was about … Read more Christian Reconstruction: the Left’s new bogeyman