A top operative for The Anchorman does his best Lionel Hutz, defending Romney’s recent ad that blatantly distorts the president’s … Continue reading ‘I’m Mitt Romney and I paid for this distortion’
The biggest mistake of his presidency so far was failing to adopt the recommendations of his own fiscal commission. Had … Continue reading Obama could’ve prevented this
His 9-9-9 plan builds on the insight that one of the chief defects of the current tax code is its … Continue reading The National Review on 9-9-9
Just watched David Axelrod muddle through a series of tired platitudes and token solutions to the economic crisis. On one … Continue reading Is the Obama Administration really this feckless?
Quagmire in Afghanistan. Check. Irresponsible fiscal policy. Check. Now Obama is threatening to veto any budget that includes additional cuts in … Continue reading The third Bush term, and a possible alternative
Soon-to-be excommunicated conservative Ben Stein summons the ghost of Paul Tsongas. But this time it’s not just the Democrats wanting … Continue reading Delaying the inevitable
Shark attacks drop; expert cites ailing economy (via Andrew Sullivan)
Obama said the stimulus bill will create or save 4 million jobs. Perhaps he misspoke, but the distinction = 4 million jobs. … Continue reading following up
Obama should appoint Bill Bradley to run the treasury and forget about raising taxes. Not now, with a recession looming. … Continue reading the bradley effect
The New York mayor seriously considered a third-party candidacy last winter. Too bad he didn’t pursue it. Considering the current … Continue reading what if michael bloomberg had run?
Even if Phil Gramm was right about the U.S. becoming a nation of whiners, how would he know? Think ‘ol … Continue reading new conservative strategy: contempt for the public