Monday, February 21, 2011

President's Day Random Round-Up 02-21 UPDATED

President Obama Job Approval

Gee I wonder why - Number of Solidly Democratic States Cut in Half From '08 to '10

U.S. Gov‘t Software Creates ’Fake People’ to Spread Message via Social Networking

Obama’s Wisconsin Bind

If only the left had listened to the Tea Partyers

Teaching and Sacrifice

Seattle Restaurant Bans TSA Agents

The Tea Party is winning AND Public-Sector Unions vs. the Tea Party

What a surprise - Times’ Slanted Wisconsin Coverage Contrasts With Their Treatment of Tea Party

Dems' Dependence on Government Workers Poses Peril

Rep. Ryan: "Uncontrolled Debt Means Job Creation Goes Away Today"

Wisconsin reveals class war between 'have-nots' and 'have yours'

Madison Madness: Taxpayers Have Had Enough

Walker (Still) Holds His Ground, Won’t Back Deal

Top Dems want Social Security off the table in spending battle

GOP spending plan a welcome change

Collective Bargaining in the Public Sector

Mayor of large NYC suburb resigns after conviction

Liberal Wisconsin Political Cartoonist sides with…

Open Process Gets Results

Santelli compares budget crisis to Sept. 11

Despite oversupply, U.S. gas prices leap

Politics from the Nation's Capital Voters lack confidence politicos in either party will make needed spending cuts

Scientists warn of $2,000bn solar ‘Katrina’

Wisconsin: Free and Fair Elections-A President Objects

This Presidents Day, A Lesson In Greatness

The Governors Storm D.C. Daniels and Christie light a fuse under GOP lawmakers.

Pressure on Wisconsin Unions, Dems Grows as Walkout Drags on

Lincoln & liberty. His vision of social mobility

Wisconsin Union Talking Points: More Myths Than Facts

Philly Fed Index Hits 7-Year High as Inflation Builds

How the Fed Prints Money Without Any Ink

Why Obama and the Dems Blundered in Wisconsin. Another stunning political miscalculation.

But That’s What Community Organizers Do

Obama’s war on democracy. President’s campaign forces seize Wisconsin statehouse

After Wisconsin, How Do Democrats Argue Against a GOP Government Shutdown?

Yes, there is a reason to rein in public employee unions

Battle in Wisconsin over public-sector unions set to spread to other states

What the Media Won’t Show: Union Protestors Carry Signs Threatening Tea Party Rape

Inflation makes comeback as prices rise for food, fuel

Al-Jazeera Loses Its Luster with Logan Assault Cover-up

Soros Compares Rupert Murdoch to Hitler (Media Matters silent)
To truly understand how surprising this is you need to know that Media Matters, which Soros supports financially, has been on a two year crusade to have Glenn Beck removed from television. In the last two-four months, a big part of their strategy has been to attack Beck for his use of Nazi references (you can find the mother-lode of oppo-research here). They’ve written dozens of dispatches on this subject, some contain penetrating questions like this:
[D]oes this mean that Beck really thinks that this is a defensible part of the reasonable discourse in this country given that Nazi tactics include detention and execution of political opponents, use of paramilitary force, banning other political parties, and of course the systematic genocide of Jews.
I suppose it’s a fair question. So now that Media Matters’ #1 fan and largest individual donor has done the same thing on national television, what do they have to say about it?

The Feds’ Destruction of Our Home Values

The Revo' Guard skips a crackdown

Madison city salt trucks circle Capitol Square blowing horns in apparent solidarity with protesters.

The ACLU Assaults Religious Freedom

Top ten ways to tell if you might be a member of a public-sector union

ABC Correspondent: Obama Denounced Walker Faster Than He Denounced Mubarak

Could Obama decide a deficit deal is in his interest?

What it Means that an Hour’s Work Yields a Week’s Food (Part 1: productivity)

FoodPolitik: Food revolutions (and revolutionaries)

Gasland Director to Save Us All From Dangers of Energy Independence

Palin Enthusiastic?

For compromise in Wis., 3 GOP senators are needed

The Wisconsin Protests and the New Medical Ethics. The breaches of professional ethics displayed in Wisconsin may be an ominous foretaste of future problems Americans can expect under ObamaCare.

NewsBusted: Did President Obama Really Quit Smoking?

Real Doctors, Fake Notes AND Name names?

'Are we dealing with our budget in a serious way and reducing spending?’

Does Gates funding of media taint objectivity?

The Bottom of the Teachers’ Union Barrel?

Message to Madison: No Special Treatment for Government Workers!

Who Rules America? The AARP

Tolerant Left Wishes Death on Governor Scott Walker

Medicaid fight shapes up as states seek solutions to budget woes

SEC Charges Seven in Global Warming Pump-and-Dump Scheme

The NAACP’s racism double standard

Presidents Day: Thanks for Nothing

WSJ: Same-Sex Couples in CA, NV & WA Reap Big Federal Tax Bonuses "The bonuses are off-limits to heterosexual married couples—a sharp reminder of the "marriage penalty" that often dings two-earner couples."

Labor faces a moment of truth

Sale of the Century. The deficit debate remains fixed on tax hikes and spending cuts, but there is another option

Deutsche Bank On The Imminent Inflationary Outbreak In America


White House Gets It Wrong on Stimulus Jobs

Madison schools will close again on Monday — the 4th school day in a row — to accommodate teachers protesting at the Capitol.

Wisconsin’s Issues Are the Nation’s Issues

American Way: Barack Obama, cult figure of 2008, left behind by new anti-spending zeitgeist

Exacting Revenge in Kansas: A Matter of Injustice

Obama Administration Rescinds Bush Conscience Regulations

Obama's 2012 Budget Gimmicks

‘It happens all the time’

The correct term is indeed 'babies'

Unexpectedly, Navy’s Superlaser Blasts Away a Record

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