Friday, April 29, 2011

Cruising the Web

From the "imagine if a GOP president did this" file, we learn that the White House has banned a San Francisco Chronicle reporter from their pool for releasing video of protesters at an Obama speech.

And another addition to that file: Barack Obama's about-face on presidential signing statements.

The results are in. Keynesian economics are not the way to grow the economy coming out of a recession.

Now we know Obama's idea of "influential Hispanics." What he really means are actresses and TV stars. Celebrity over substance. Always.

Demonstrating how Paul Krugman is wrong that our real problem today is insufficient revenues.

Tom Bevan explores President Obama's
re-election chances in Pennsylvania. However, it's all moot until a GOP opponent is selected.

He hasn't decided, but if he does decide to run, Mitch Daniels has the campaign structure in place.

It would be difficult to match the incoherence of Obama's choices in the Middle East. As Victor Davis Hanson points out, he is on the verge of achieving the exact opposite of his stated goals with his kinetic action there.

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