Thursday, January 31, 2013

Cruising the Web

Jonah Goldberg wonders why we never had public debate over women serving in combat during the campaign or otherwise and instead it has just been decided by fiat. The discussion seems to revolve on why this is good for women soldiers professionally and not whether it is a good idea for the American military when in combat.

Will President Obama's overreach of executive powers end up weakening the office of the presidency?

Sources who have witnessed the President skeet shooting cast a lot of doubt on his claim that he and his guests "do skeet shooting all the time." Could our president have, gasp, misled the American people?

Why we still supporting the Muslim Brotherhood?

Human rights commissions that want to limit freedom of speech are now moving in on Washington D.C. businesses. Don't be so sure that the First Amendment protects you if you say or do something that offends particular groups.

One more retired politician cashes in on his vote for Obamacare. Funny how that works out.

Yet one more Obamacare gimmick.

Beware what the 15% ethanol gas that Obama is pushing for can do to your car engines.

What a coincidence that the course that Chuck Hagel was teaching at Georgetown listed required texts that demand Israel vacate all settlements and compensate Palestinians monetarily and with part of Jerusalem. But, of course, none of that reflects the support that Hagel just decided that he has for Israel.