Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Cruising the Web

It seems like the Supreme Court is set to deliver some sanity to the class-action suit against Wal-Mart. It won't be the first or last time that they reverse a dumb decision from the Ninth Circuit.

President Obama tries to distinguish between the "mission" and the "goal" in our Libya campaign. According to that distinction and the Obama administration, our mission has been accomplished. Didn't George W. Bush get ridiculed for that sort of thing?

Just more proof of how our elected solons think that they're better than the rest of us: they've piled up thousands of dollars of unpaid parking tickets and nothing was being done until the media started writing about it. I say that the D.C. police should be booting these cars and dunning the delinquent politicians.

Ross Douhat exposes how Obama sets up false choices that don't make any sense.

What does it mean to say that "we have a responsibility to act"?

Delving into the Gallup poll analyzing
how conservative or liberal states are.

The Republicans are planning to expose some of the pork that the Democrats have sent AARP's way. They got a grant in the stimulus bill for a job training program that hasn't created any jobs. They get exemptions from requirements placed on the insurance industry. They're exempt from the tax that the Democrats have imposed on insurance companies even though that is the main source of AARP's money.

Why North Carolina will be one
of the top battleground states in 2012.

Another campaign finance case
before the Court could do even more to whittle away at campaign finance reform laws.

Alan Dershowitz describes how unwelcoming
Norway is to Jews.

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