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Unless you've been living under a rock, you probably know that energy policy has become a big issue lately. And you don't need to look any further than the gas pump to know that it has a huge impact on our economy. read more »
By now, we've all heard about the Democratic leadership in the U.S. House taking off for vacation without taking action on our nation's dire energy problems. Most notably, bringing up for vote the ending of the congressional ban on offshore drilling. read more »
We're all familiar with McCain's charge against Obama last week of introducing race into the campaign, (in the course of mentioning that he would be attacked by Republicans because he doesn't "look like all those presidents on the dollar bills").
Well, now we've got another Democrat playing the race card, and about as overtly as possible. What makes this different? He's playing it against a fellow Democrat in a primary. Check out the YouTube video here.
I wondered how long it would be before we got another dose of how the likes of Jesse Jackson (and other black "leaders") feel about Obama. Last year we had Jackson saying things like Obama was "acting white", guys like Sharpton indicating that he didn't have "real" black roots, etc.. Well now, thanks to an open mic at Fox News, we've got this from Jackson: read more »
There's no excuse for this...unless you really just don't like making it easy for anyone and everyone to have a better idea of what you're up to.
The Majority on the Committee on House Administration is later today proposing new rules which would severely restrict constituent access to their Member of Congress and limit the ability of those Members to adopt new technologies. ...
Given that we're about to celebrate our Country's birthday, it's fitting to note that a great number of Democrats, in fact half of Obama's supporters, don't support the Constitution "as-is". read more »
This is just too good to be true. From Dave Brody:
Barack Obama may be talking up his Christian faith like he's doing today in Ohio and trying his best to appeal to Evangelicals with a "new kind of politics", but he's got a problem. Many of his positions are the same liberal positions that have turned off Evangelicals for years.
Obama just can't seem to shake the Rev. Wright. This from the Washington Times:
Most Americans say Sen. Barack Obama has failed to distance himself from his former pastor"s incendiary remarks, the new Fox 5/The Washington Times/Rasmussen Reports poll finds.
Well, despite all the efforts on the part of the media to get Hillary out of this thing, I'd say that by winning Pennsylvania, she pretty well just guaranteed that she'll be able to be in this thing for the duration. read more »