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Obama Marched With a Despicable, Anti-American Racist

Another blockbuster scoop here on Big Government today. While much of the blogosphere’s background coverage on this story will probably be focused on more recent controversies surrounding the New Black Panther Party (NBPP), such as the voter intimidation case in

Hey, Why Not a 'Short Term' Debt Limit Extension?

Someone will have to explain to me how you can simultaneously be the only adult in the room, and yet storm out of such room like a petulant teenager: “Don’t call my bluff,” the president said. “I am not afraid

The Media's Bizarre Infatuation with Jon Huntsman

I’m not sure what this could mean I don’t think you’re what you seem I do admit to myself That if I hurt someone else Then I’ll never see just what we’re meant to be — New Order, Bizarre Love

Van Jones IS a 'Cop Killer-Supporting, Racist, Demagogic Freak'

Andrew Breitbart called Jones this in the Daily Caller this morning, and as result has apparently now been banned by the cowardly Huffington Post. His language was a bit harsh, I’ll grant, but I would add to this that Jones

An Industry by Industry Look at the Stimulus Failure

You are probably familiar by now with this infamous graph published by the White House in January 2009 highlighting their expectations for the impact of the Recovery Act on the rate of unemployment. Far from leveling off at 8% and

I Like the Dave Weigel Who Insulted Liberal Pundits a Lot Better

It’s hard to respect a “journalist” who repeatedly insulted and mocked leading conservatives he was assigned cover, and even wished death on some of them, to a secretive email list compromised of liberal media figures around the country. Whatever this

I Like the Dave Weigel Who Insulted Liberal Pundits a Lot Better

It’s hard to respect a “journalist” who repeatedly insulted and mocked leading conservatives he was assigned cover, and even wished death on some of them, to a secretive email list comprised of liberal media figures around the country. Whatever this

Jerry Brown Flashback: We Need More Welfare and Fewer Jobs

For a guy known to hold some pretty strange views, this might be the most bizarre perspective on welfare policy I have ever seen. Here is Jerry Brown from his Pacifica Radio show in 1995 (full transcript here): The conventional

Bertha Lewis Arrested at Immigration Protest

It’s only a trespassing charge, but there is something really gratifying about seeing the corrupt, race-baiting Bertha Lewis being led away in handcuffs. This happened just yesterday, at an immigration rally in NYC. Skip ahead to the 7:30 mark to

Don't Look To MSM For Honest Coverage Of Arizona

Nancy Pelosi said there were protesters parading around with swastikas – it turns out she was right! The images below are a sampling from a gallery posted by AZCentral.com, covering the protests in Arizona against the passage of SB 1070.

Buffy Wicks Departs White House, Joins Axelrod's Old Media Firm??

Buffy Wicks, remember, was the Deputy Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement who was implicated (along with Yosi Sergant) in orchestrating a propaganda campaign for health care reform with the National Endowment for the Arts. Sergant ended

Bertha Lewis: A Socialist Rallying Cry for Immigration Reform

If the video clip of Bertha Lewis I posted yesterday exposed her disturbing views on the tea party and conservatives in general, as well as her support for genuine socialism, the clip I am going to post here reveals the

And the Hits Just Keep On Coming: Van Jones's Anti-Government Rap

On this anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, with all the ginned-up media concern over the potential for tea party fervor to morph into acts of domestic terrorism, just wait until the media catches wind of this virulently anti-government song

It's Morning in America

Well, the Democrats finally found an enemy they were willing to commit whatever it takes to defeat. Unfortunately for them this enemy was the American people. While I agree with those who assert that this bill will be difficult to

Peter Orszag: These Aren't the Budget Gimmicks You're Looking For

Here’s budget director Peter Orszag writing on his White House blog yesterday: Recently, a lot of attention has been paid to a claim that this deficit reduction is achieved only through a business-as-usual Washington budget gimmick: paying for just a

White House Contradicts CBO, Misleads on Insurance Rate Increases

The President’s health care proposal this morning includes an FAQ section for various audiences – seniors, small business owners, the uninsured, etc. Here is one of the questions and answers for individuals who currently purchase insurance directly on the individual

Is White House Attorney Involved in Media Cover-up?

There is a somewhat convoluted story flying under the radar about a White House official, Rashad Hussain, who back in 2004 allegedly spoke out in support of Sami Al-Arian, a man accused (and subsequently convicted) of aiding the Palestinian Islamic

Inspector General: TARP Has Created a Looming Disaster

For all the phony talk coming out of the White House this past year about transparency and accountability, there actually is an institution outside of the executive branch which does a pretty darn good job at this most of the

Obama: The Buck Stops With Me (Except When it Doesn't)

Politico reports (emphasis mine): “As president, I have a solemn responsibility to protect our nation and our people, and when the system fails, it is my responsibility,” Obama said. Obama said an intelligence review found that the U.S. government had

How Liberals Killed the Public Option

I find it a little ironic that liberals continue to ruthlessly attack Joe Lieberman for killing the public option (and it’s evil twin, the Medicare buy-in) given the central role that liberals themselves played in precipitating it’s demise. Including some

OMB's Orzag Was Against Deficits Before He Was For Them

Just came across some rather grim analysis of the economic impact of massive, ongoing federal budget deficits from a group of prominent economists. It’s a little dated (2004) but still highly relevant considering that the deficit situation has dramatically worsened

Common Sense vs. the CBO on ObamaCare

Both the House and Senate versions of the healthcare reform bill would require employers above a certain size to provide health insurance for their workers or face some sort of penalty. The House bill that passed last month would require