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Gearing up for a new week after being blissfully unplugged with family this weekend. I’ve got jury duty in the morning. What’s on your minds? *** How to help the Chilean earthquake victims: Links. More links here.
Did you remember? It has now been 17 years since the first World Trade Center bombing. The jihadi truck bomb exploded at 12:18pm, Feb. 26, 1993: Four of the six people killed in the attack worked for the World Trade Center’s owner, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Most of the victims […]
“Nobody’s talking about reconciliation,” Harry Reid said yesterday at Oba-kabuki. “Nooooooobody.” So, er, what’s this? Why, it’s Dick “Nobody” Durbin launching an online petition to kill the filibuster and lower the threshold for cloture to a simple majority. Thunders Durbin: It’s time to end the filibuster The American people are sick of process blocking progress. […]
Sunlight is the best disinfectant.
Persuasion of power.
Photoshop credit: Applecross Media and Big Fur Hat My syndicated column today is a theater review of yesterday’s Demcare talk-a-thon. What’s next? Here’s the rundown. *** Oba-Kabuki: A box-office bomb by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2010 The Oba-Kabuki health care show at Blair House kicked off with a big lie on Thursday morning – […]
Earlier today while the nation was focused on health care Oba-Kabuki, Andy McCarthy sounded the alarm on a Democrat sneak attack on CIA interrogators: The Obama Democrats have outdone themselves. While the country and the Congress have their eyes on today’s dog-and-pony show on socialized medicine, House Democrats last night stashed a new provision in […]
So, now what? Wrist slap? NAACP National Treasure award? What? Via The Hill/AP: The House ethics panel has found that Ways and Means Committee Chairman Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) broke ethics rules, according to the Associated Press. The AP reported that Rangel knowingly accepted Caribbean trips in violation of House rules forbidding hidden financing by corporations. […]