Getting nearly everything wrong to serve a narrative about Alabama.
Steve Jobs not only understood the times he lived in, he anticipated what would come next.
Thanks to the left, prices will keep on rising, too. (Update: Ed Driscoll adds, "CNN Neuters Obama" and the presidential impact on gas prices.)
There’s no stasis in electoral politics; the end of one election simply means it’s time to start thinking about the next one — and a number of Democratic senators who didn’t have to stand for re-election on Tuesday are thinking very hard indeed today.
Depends on whose bones were broken. (Also read Roger Kimball: "Haters on the march in Arizona — newsworthy?")
The issue of fairness toward those who play by the rules and are prudent in their financial transactions may bubble to the surface during the midterm elections.
Can we trust the cable companies to control the internet? Can we trust the government?
I wasn’t in Pelosi’s strategy meeting that day, but I’ll tell you what I think went on in there. (Also read Roger L. Simon: America the Hateful)
David Scott (D-GA) is fighting a planned community garden in his neighborhood. Did we mention that the garden — and his house — are not in his district?
It may be counterintuitive, but divided government seems to be the best solution to big spending and program overreach by Congress.
Why are we looking at huge, multibillion-dollar facilities in the first place? It’s not like other options don’t exist.
In the end, the justification for continuing a government program rests on the care and feeding of the bureaucrats who run it.
The Democrats believe you are too dumb to invest your own money wisely.
If you enjoy customer service calls to big corporations, you will love begging for treatment from unaccountable government bureaucrats.