Monthly Archives: July 2011

Texas Gov. Rick Perry Signs Bill De-Funding Planned Parenthood

From It’s official in Texas, as Governor Rick Perry, a pro-life Republican, on Monday ceremonially signed SB 7, a health care measure containing language that would revoke the taxpayer funding for the Planned Parenthood abortion business. The governor was … Continue reading

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How the White House killed the deal

Can you say “bait and switch”? From By Jennifer Rubin In an aggressive move, the House speaker’s office has put out a blow-by-blow on how the debt talks collapsed: The White House is misleading reporters tonight by claiming that … Continue reading

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Laffer calls Obama terrific guy but “very poor president”

From With the unemployment rate at 9.2%, a contentious budget battle underway in Washington and small businesses- the very backbone of the U.S. economy- burdened by an ever growing list of government regulation, many might wonder what would Ronald … Continue reading

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“Do you have a degree in Economics?” “Yes, ma’m, I do…” Oops!

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Victory: Bill 371 (Local Law 17) Enjoined

From Yesterday, a Federal Judge in New York issued an injunction against the unjust law that sought to muzzle and destroy New York City’s pregnancy centers with odious mandatory signage and telephone disclaimers. The law was not enjoined in … Continue reading

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Worst nightmare: Wouldn’t it be awful to wake up dead one morning and discover that Barack Obama realy IS God?

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Another Point Of View On McConnell’s “Deal”

From ONE PRESIDENT LEFT BEHIND: McCONNELL SCHOOLS OBAMA ON DEBT Democrats don’t want to cut any government spending programs, not now, not ever. The country is on a high-speed bullet train to bankruptcy (the only kind of bullets liberals … Continue reading

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