Friday, February 12, 2010

Daily Round-Up 02-12

YouTube Video of Yesterday's Iran Protests

Iran's birthday bash

PJTV Video (Middle East Update) - World Reacts to Iran's Nuclear Ambitions

PJTV Video (The Hicks File) - You Have The Right To Remain Terrorists: Obama's Waterheaded Interrogation Policy

Closing the New Frontier. The space race still matters, and we’re losing it. AND Astronauts install space station observation deck

The President’s Meeting This Week with Civil-Rights Leaders

Virginia Legislators Outlaw Involuntary Implantation of Microchips

75% back letting gays serve openly

Where the U.S. went wrong on the Christmas Day bomber

Many in denial over China's quest for bases


VDH- Why Did Rome Fall—And Why Does It Matter Now?

Is al Qaeda Bankrupt? Desperate for funds, the terrorist group has turned to affiliates that rely more and more on crime. That'll win hearts and minds.

The FBI Knows Where You Are, Thanks to Your Cell Phone. A federal appeals court will begin debating on Friday a privacy issue you probably hadn't considered: the government's ability to track your location at any time, if you carry a cell phone.

PJTV Video (Special) - Interview with Israeli Amb. Michael Oren, Part 2: Iran - Will Sanctions Work?

Thomas Sowell - The Fallacy of "Fairness": Part IV

Big Government's Cronies

Religion on Trial in California Marriage Amendment Case

From InstaPundit - THEY TOLD ME THAT IF I VOTED FOR JOHN MCCAIN, they’d be trying to license bloggers to end Web anonymity. And they were right! AND THEY TOLD ME IF I VOTED FOR JOHN MCCAIN, we’d see a new Orwellian era of surveillance. And they were right! “The Obama administration has argued that warrantless tracking is permitted because Americans enjoy no ‘reasonable expectation of privacy’ in their–or at least their cell phones’–whereabouts.”

Death of D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program Would be "A Tragedy and an Outrage"

Free Speech on Campus: Michael Oren at UC Irvine

The Electorate vs. Obama's Agenda


PJTV Video (Sonja Schmidt) - You Not Good, Uh, Talker All the Time? Sonja Has Help

Rubio Rises

Tea Parties and the American Political Tradition. So far the movement looks a lot like the opposition to Roosevelt's court-packing scheme.

Scenes from a counter-revolution. The growing power of the tea-party movement will make it hard for Republican politicians to compromise with the president

The Tea Parties Are United in Favor of Limited, Responsible Government

Tea, anyone? The independent-bent thirst for limited government is more than just some marginalized shouting


Would Reagan Be a Tea Partier? His sons share different views.

Tea party groups attempt to transform passions into practicality with PACs AND Ensuring Liberty PAC: Creating a Tea Party Caucus

Feminists Still Furious Over Tebow Ad AND Saying grace

“In the land of Mahatma Gandhi, Indian gun owners are coming out of the shadows for the first time to mobilize, U.S.-style, against proposed new curbs on bearing arms.”

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