From local races and state sovereignty to the Republicans’ new legislative strategy, VodkaPundit Stephen Green joins Scott Ott and Dana Loesch for a health care hangover. (Also from Stephen Green: Just a Thought On a Day With Too Much Coffee (And Way Too Much Snow)
Whether due to advocacy or sloth, the failure of both academia and the MSM pose grave risks to the decision-making process of our country on food safety and all public policy matters.
From CNN anchors to Ivy League professors to TV talk show hosts, the MSM puts out the welcome mat for liberals nursing a race fetish. As long as the media insists on a perpetual view of blacks as victims, real solutions will be a dream deferred. (Watch the latest Hicks File on PJTV.)
The “debate” over health care “reform” was a sickening spectacle: Can Nancy Pelosi find the right bribes to win over a few more wavering congressmen?
Pallywood Returns: Palestinian Doctors and Human Rights Group B’Tselem Smear Israel with a Likely Faked X-Ray (PJM Exclusive)
They want an investigation, claiming the IDF fired real bullets into a crowd. Instead, the investigation should be of the accusers — the evidence is almost assuredly a fraud.
A profound connection is taking place between ordinary citizens and their favored representatives, a feat the left cannot match by design.
The Obama administration's decision to treat an ally like a rogue state seems to have backfired.
Pro-lifers putting their trust in “pro-life Democrats” are asking for more drama than a season of Melrose Place.
This bill will change everyone's life for the worse.
The president seemed to change before our eyes into a kind of “this is for your own good” authoritarian.
The would-be tyrants may prevail, but the American people have the numbers and a superior vision.
Secretary Clinton makes brave statements in support of Israel. But will the administration act to match her words?
"What happened in the House of Representatives Sunday night is that the government voted itself a new credit card ... "
"Any law enacted can be repealed. From now on we must change our message from one of limiting government growth and spending and regulation to one of reducing it." (For another take on this, see Obamamandias.)
a href=”http://stuartschneiderman.blogspot.com/2010/03/did-male-bashing-cause-financial-crisis.html”Stuart Schneiderman:/a “It wasn’t an excess of testosterone that caused bankers to make imprudent mortgage loans. It was an excessive amount of Nanny state meddling in the marketplace, an excessive amount of imposed matriarchal values.”
She continues to talk UN sanctions, as Iran may be less than a year away from nuclear weapons. Then she attributes a recent outrage to Hamas, rather than her favored Fatah. (Also read Ron Radosh: The Obama Administration and the Jews)
It seems that they are stuck in the 1990s with the false hope that if they act “fair and balanced” by bending over backwards to give much time and attention to Democrats on their shows, they will somehow be rewarded. It was nauseating a href=”http://gatewaypundit.firstthings.com/2010/03/useful-idiot-geraldo-rivera-is-giddy-after-dems-vote-to-nationalize-health-care-video/”watching Geraldo Rivera /apreening for the camera last night and they seemed to have on more than a fair share of Democrats talking up the bill. Perhaps Fox News wants the cred of the liberal broadcasters they might hang out with or the one in their head. br /br /But as long as they are not liberals, it’s not going to happen, so they should focus on the viewers who are looking for a place where conservative or libertarian ideas are not seen as aberrant. Growing conservative and libertarian media, a href=”http://www.pjtv.com/”like PJTV,/a is more important than trying to act like liberal lite.
Recall Jimmy Carter gas lines? Artificial control of health care prices must end the same way.
a href=”http://www.jpost.com/HealthAndSci-Tech/Health/Article.aspx?ID=171421″Good news for snorers:/a “Israeli couple finds sleep apnea may extend life.”
Expect the health care formula to be followed by similar strategies for blanket amnesty, cap and trade, and expansions of the government takeover of cars, banks, student loans, and energy.
The first round of the political fight over health care has gone to those who would violate our rights — but the final victory can still be ours.
The American people have elected a president for whom the critical battleground in the world is not the Middle East, Iraq, Iran, or even Afghanistan.
In an exclusive interview, the candidate in Florida's 22nd Congressional District tells PJM that "you cannot repeal the health care bill as long as Nancy Pelosi is in charge of Congress."
This was rammed down the throats of the American people with as much cynicism, trickery, deliberate obfuscation, and budgetary tomfoolery as has ever been seen for a major piece of legislation in the history of the republic.