Democrats actually believe blaming Bush and pointing to healthcare will get them wins in November.
Lori Ziganto’s latest article at iOwntheworld
Well, maybe they didn’t say it directly to Al Gore, but I’m pretending that they did in my mind, because it pleases me immensely.
A British agency has banned two government television ads for exaggerating the danger of global warming.
Hee hee. Banned! For totally made-up exaggerating. Oh, [...]
Despite the shocking loss of Ted Kennedy’s old Massachusetts Senate seat and the governorships of New Jersey and Virginia and opinion polls consistently showing an overwhelming majority of Americans opposed to ObamaCare, progressives in the nation’s capital show no signs of backing off. They are hellbent on forcing change down the throats of Americans even if [...]
Breathe in deeply. Do you smell that? That’s the scent of vindication. After being hammered by some on the left and the right (but mostly the right) for pointing out how little change has happened with regards to national security policy, Obama has decided to come to my aid.
President Obama has decided not to try [...]
David Brooks has a provocative column today likening today’s Tea Party movement to the New Left that emerged in the 60s counterculture. Brooks is right about some of the outward similarities: the populist rhetoric; the grassroots activism; the disdain for political elites; and, ultimately, the somewhat diffuse policy agenda defined more by what it stands [...]
By Nicholas Kralev World weather agencies agreed this week to enhance data-gathering significantly and allow independent scrutiny of raw figures used in assessing climate change amid charges by critics that global warming scientific data were skewed. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) made the concession after an outcry over e-mails revealing that researchers in Britain had [...]