State of the Union policy proposals come, often in rapid-fire fashion, and go. President Obama’s proposal to tax “529” college savings accounts, announced only last week and withdrawn this week, may have set a record for the quickest skedaddle… 408 more words
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The man with no teeth who sits in the newspaper kiosk is a Pulp fan, apparently. I’m sure he likes nothing nothing better than to go home after a hard day’s shouting “uuuueeeehwooom” (meaning ‘late Star’) and stick on Bar Italia before settling down to a double Corrie omnibus. 709 more words
Sarah Palin is at it again. On the one hand she announced that she “might” be interested in running for President again, on the other hand, she was a total bust at the Steve King, Iowa Freedom Fest round-up of red-meat, right wingnuts held in Iowa last weekend. 403 more words
Once again, Dan Henninger hits the nail on the head with this column in the Wall Street Journal.
In the winter of his presidency, Barack Obama is touring the country—Idaho, Kansas—talking about something he calls “middle-class economics.” His Saturday radio address, a helpfully condensed version of his 59-minute, 57-second State of the Union speech, offered his definition of the idea: 798 more words