Thursday, April 7, 2011

Daily Round-Up 04-07

‘Freak Show’: 911 Memorial Museum Officials Exploit Human Remains

Wisconsin City Caught Destroying Ballots


AP Count Wrong, Prosser Now Leads by 40 Votes in Wisconsin Election AND Latest vote counts give edge to Prosser

Conservatives unveil alternative budget with $9.1 trillion in cuts

Can the House speaker convince other Republicans, if not the Democrats, to avoid a government shutdown?

Paul Ryan's Adult Conversation

Cantor: ‘We Will Not Leave’

Mr. Trump, Your Argument Against China Just Got Stronger


‘The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.’

Obama, Reid Have Voted for D.C. Abortion Funding Ban

Lawmakers in Virginia Limit Abortion Coverage

Pro-Life Med Students Face Discrimination

Not So Pretty in Pink: Planned Parenthood Gets Its Raunch On


Tea Party Is the Most Powerful Player In Budget, Government Shutdown Fight -- And That Could Mean Big Trouble for the GOP That's because the TEA Party isn't about political parties as much as it is fiscal conservative values and the individual's unalienable right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness unencumbered by outrageous regulations and burdensome taxation.

Rasmussen: 48% Prefer Tea Party to Congress

Polls: Public Fury at Budget Impasse Surges — Voters Turn to Tea Party

Tea Party Talks Back

In St. Louis, a protest sign meets government arrogance

Tea Partyers Praise NY Governor Cuomo

Tea Party senator: Obama might have planned shutdown with ‘malicious’ intent

Utah tea party leader has political warning for Herbert, Hatch

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