Daily Archives: July 10, 2011

It’s not the crime, it’s the cover-up

Via Hot Air: “This Obama Justice Department reminds me of nothing so much as the Nixon Justice Department,” Hume said on Fox News Sunday. “You have the scent of high-level knowledge of serious wrongdoing and you have the smell of … Continue reading

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Priorities

Don Surber: Memeorandum is an aggregator of political blogs. I suppose it is supposed to be in the center. But this was its hubbub on Friday night: Cheryl Contee / Jack & Jill Politics: Michelle Bachmann Signs Pledge that Says … Continue reading

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Sarah’s Newsweek Bio

Newsweak: Palin Plots Her Next Move By the time Palin ran for governor in 2006, she had already established a reformer’s reputation, having exposed a conflict of interest on the part of a fellow member of the state’s oil-and-gas regulatory … Continue reading

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Sarah says she can win

I believe her. (via C4P)

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I’ll sign it

From VastLeft: Who will sign this pledge? The initial rallying cry of Obama’s re-election campaign is “Are You In?” My answer is no. I am 2L4O: Too Left / Too Liberal for Obama. I do not and will not support … Continue reading

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More bumps in the road

NY Post: If you are an American looking for work — no, make that pleading to be allowed to earn a living — you already know this: the job market is even worse than Washington is telling us. And Washington … Continue reading

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Toldja so!

Ian Welsh: So, compared to McCain, was Obama actually the lesser evil? I thought so at the time, but I’ve been wondering for a while. As I’ve pointed out, frequently, Bush failed to slash Social Security. Obama is probably going … Continue reading

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Hopium Dream Analysis

Michael Medved smokes some hopium and dreams that BHO turned into FDR: At the end of December 2011, the unemployment rate seemed stuck near 9 percent and the Obama administration faced increasingly gloomy political prospects. By more than 2 to … Continue reading

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Flashback – Obama’s first miracle

From an article about Jon Huntsman by Andrew Ferguson: This last point helps show why the mainstream press has found Huntsman so attractive. He’s a throwback to a golden era—that moment when the world was young, in late 2008 and … Continue reading

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