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Congress has been so busy trying to ram a bill masquerading as health care reform down our throats that it hasn’t had time to take care of its primary responsibility, the federal budget.
The new fiscal year began on October first and, to date, the nation’s lawmakers have passed only one of the 12 appropriations bills that make up the federal budget. Read the rest of this entry »
In 1998, Bill Clinton tried to convince a grand jury – and the nation – that his guilt or innocence in the Monica Lewinsky affair depended on “what the definition of ‘is’ is.”
In her confirmation hearing for the Supreme Court, Judge Sonia Sotomayor has bested the former president. In defending the radical remarks she made to the ACLU in Puerto Rico on the use of foreign law as a basis for making judicial decisions, Sotomayor told the members of the Senate Judicial Committee, that there was “no conflict” between that speech she gave in April and her statements to them. It’s all about a “misunderstanding” of the word “use.” Read the rest of this entry »
On July 3, Sarah Palin did the unthinkable. She resigned her office as governor of the state of Alaska and threw away any hope of running for higher office.
If you believe that you are either delusional or a liberal loon, incapable of rational thought. Read the rest of this entry »
In 1962, in the thick of the Cold War, the late Haitian dictator Francois Duvalier effectively blackmailed the United States into supporting his government in a speech in which he said this: “Today there are two poles of attraction in the world; if we are not drawn to one, we will gravitate to the other.”
History has a funny way of repeating itself. Read the rest of this entry »