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Oh, Uncle Omar. We’ll get to more of him in a moment. Over the past decade, I’ve reported on America’s bottomless deportation abyss. After the 9/11 attacks, it finally dawned on federal homeland security officials that maybe it wasn’t such a smart policy to allow 400,000 illegal aliens who had been ordered deported to remain […]
Kith and kin
**Written by Doug Powers Would it surprise you to learn that, as a replacement for outgoing economic jokester (and he also dabbles in stand-up comedy) Austan Goolsbee, President Obama plans to nominate a more conservative supply-side economist? Of course it would surprise you… but that’s not what’s going to happen. Instead, the “clunkers for clunkers” […]
The California legislature is quietly pushing forward with a sweeping proposal to mandate that Gardasil — the vaccine marketed as a shield against the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (HPV) — can be dispensed by the state to children as young as 12 without the permission of their parents. I confirmed by phone on Friday with […]
There’s one employee of the White House — other than the Teleprompter of the United States, that is — who never gets a break. His name is Pete Souza. He’s the official presidential photographer. Last week, Souza was hard at work making President Obama look hard at work while vacationing on Martha’s Vineyard. Souza’s Twitter […]
**Written by Doug Powers According to Fox News, so far 13 deaths have been blamed on the storm. Flooding is a big problem, and it’s reported that four million are without power and billions of dollars in damage has been done, but fortunately the storm never exceeded category one winds, even though to watch some […]
Thinning the herd?
Lessons on what not to do?