Archive for: May 8, 2009

May 8, 2009

Democratic Efforts to Criminalize Blogs — Why Does Republican Mark Kirk Approve?

I hope I have this story all wrong, I really do. But it seems that Representative Mark Kirk has signed onto an effort that could criminalize the free political speech of bloggers or anyone else that uses the Internet to …

Obama and Bernanke’s Perfect Failure

Filed under: Politics In General - 08 May 2009

By: William L. Marcy IV, Ph.D.

Anyone and everyone who follows the U.S. economy are hoping for a change. Sadly, that change is not forthcoming. Rather, the fiscal policy of the Obama administration during the 2009 fiscal year is a …

New Yorker: Obama a Better Churchill than Churchill? (Or Bush)

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,What The F@#K?!? - 08 May 2009

Amy Davidson of the New Yorker should take up bowling or gardening because history doesn’t seem to be her thang, if you will. In the aftermath of Barack Obama’s own false historical reference, made during a Wednesday press conference, of …

The Old Guy From Pennsylvania (Specter) And Other Inane Democrat Terrorist Acts

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 08 May 2009

Arlen Specter (?-PA) is a spectator. He watches the wind. When the wind blows a hard right, he leans to the right. When the wind blows hard to the left, he leans left. He is a political opportunist to be …

Stopping Truth at the Border: Banning Michael Savage from Britain

When I awoke Tuesday morning, I ambled over to the computer, as is my wont, and made my usual cyber rounds. I logged on to the Drudge Report and, lo and behold, saw the following headline, “RADIO HOST MICHAEL SAVAGE BANNED FROM UK FOR ‘EXTREME VIEWS’….” “Wow,” I thought, “Britain strikes again.”