"LOL OMG Talibanz!" Soldiers return home to fight the war on jerks. It makes me want to enlist today.
How does appeasing the Taliban work out?
How are things working out with Chrysler? Note re the possibly pending bankruptcy: union benefits will be protected by the taxpayers.
Also related, Kudlow on TARP
People who think they are good, are less good. They seem to think they get a pass, because they're good.
Review of Horowitz' new book, One Party Classroom, at City Journal
New models for higher ed
60% say govt has too much power and money. Yet many seem to love the O. What's the deal? Related: The Christian Left has tears of joy re O's budget. Tears of joy about a budget?
Does the fact that waterboarding saved LA make a difference to you? Hmm, let me think...
A Federalism Amendment? Count me in.
Dick Morris gets heated up in Obama's Leap to Socialism
...whoever controls the banks controls the credit and, therefore, the economy. That’s called socialism.
From SISU on the tea parties, quoting Steyn:
That’s why these are Tea Parties — because the heart of the matter is the same question posed two-and-a-third centuries ago: Are Americans subjects or citizens? If the latter, then a benign sovereign should not be determining “your interests” and then announcing that he’s giving you a “tax credit” as your pocket money.
As we wrote a couple of years back in another context, "It's naive to believe [citizens] should be content to have physical comforts handed to them on a welfare platter. No man — no creature worth its salt — can bear the shame. Come to think of it, that's exactly what's wrong with the liberal project. Talk about intellectual bankruptcy.
Related, from The Map is not the Terrain at NE Repub:
You can’t believe in or be loyal to, low taxes and small government, but you can believe in freedom because you can imagine what it means to be a slave, and you can be loyal to the principle of personal sovereignty. And so can a lot of other people who aren’t conservatives.