Monthly Archives: April 2010

A Wall Street Bailout Bill

The financial bill sponsored by Senator Dodd (D-CT) does not provide real reform and is riddled with flaws, including sustaining the “too big to fail” culture that led to the financial crisis.

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Side Effects: The Beginning of the End for FSAs – The Foundry

“If you like your current health coverage, you can keep it.”  It was a key promise of Obamacare. But the new law gives government a say in everything from the benefits you carry to the treatment you receive.  And that … Continue reading

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Is Michael Mann Seriously Off his Head? – John O’Sullivan, Climate Realists

…The two lead scientists in this most grotesque scam, Michael Mann of Penn. State University and British Professor Phil Jones of the University of East Anglia’s Climate Research (CRU), discussed manipulation of data to ‘hide the decline’ in global temperatures. … Continue reading

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Class on the US Constitution – Parts 1 and 2

Part 3 is not yet available, but it will be here when it is.. Click here to go to Article 1 Click here to go to Article II Click here to go to Article III Click here to go to … Continue reading

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Dragging Hay Bales and Agendas into Church – Patrick O’Hannigan, The Paragraph Farmer

Peggy Noonan and Nicholas Kristof want to fix the Catholic Church. With Noonan writing for theWall Street Journal and Kristof writing for the New York Times, neither columnist needs parchment on a door in a university town to float thesis statements, but … Continue reading

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Obama(doesn’t)care Taking Surprise Hits – David Limbaugh, Townhall

Last week, reality dealt Obamacare twin blows — not that Obama will care. An analysis inside his own administration and a report from New York state shed the grim light of reality on this monstrosity before its Draconian provisions have … Continue reading

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Big Government in Bed with Big Business – Michael Barone, Real Clear Politics

Almost a year ago, in a Washington Examiner column on the Chrysler bailout, I reflected on the Obama administration’s decision to force bondholders to accept 33 cents on the dollar on secured debts while giving United Auto Worker retirees 50 … Continue reading

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