Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Daily Round-Up 04-26


The American “Preference Cascade”

Public Pensions, Once Off Limits, Face Budget Cuts

The resurrection of school choice

Actually, Stuxnet Has Completely Paralyzed Iran’s Bushehr Plant. Iran may even have to junk it and start from scratch.


Is the ‘Age of America’ Really at an End? By some reports, China's economy will surpass the U.S. in "purchasing parity" by 2016. Does this mean that the U.S. is on the way out as a superpower

The law protects those who seek to do us harm

Apple and their iPhone, not the customers. - Customers Sue Apple Over iPhone Location-Data Collection AND House Republicans question Google, Apple on consumer privacy


Race and Economics

Boehner opens door to cutting U.S. oil tax breaks


President Obama Job Approval

Latest Election Polls

2012 Republican Presidential Nomination

The increasingly odd political optics of Barack Obama

Obama Rails Against Oil Subsidies, Gave ACORN $3 Billion in Stimulus

Thanks to Obama, Gas Jumps in a Flash

AP Exclusive: Judge's partner cited in Prop 8 case

Obama’s Sordid Past Back in the News

From Instapundit: Gov. Rick Perry sees Texas wildfires as statewide emergency. FEMA doesn't? Ten days have elapsed since Gov. Rick Perry (R) asked for a federal disaster declaration, to get more US help to fight Texas wildfires. Why a slow answer could backfire for both Obama and Perry.
UPDATE: Reader Steve Elmers writes: “Obama has given new meaning to ‘Scorched Earth Politics!’ I believed for a long time that POTUS Obama was just a bad president; I have now come to believe he is a bad person. This same scenario has played out over and over again. Remember the Nashville floods last year?”

States face $1.26 trillion shortfall in funds to pay retiree benefits

The left decides who gets lawyers

The First Adult -- AWOL

The Cult of Obama Bites Itself

Politicians, Not Public, to Blame for Debt Crisis


I never got a job from a poor man. The Welfare State and the Selfish Society. Capitalism teaches people to work harder; the welfare state teaches people to want harder. Which is better?

I'd actually like to know the answer to that one! - Why Have Taxes at All?

Most Americans Think Deficit Caused by Spending, Not Low Taxes

What a Crisis Looks Like

Don't Forget the Unemployment Crisis

Who Said It?

Thank you, Standard & Poor's

Who's worried about NYSE jobs?

Poison for the whole economy, I'd say - Tax Increases Are Political Poison for the GOP

Americans raiding retirement funds early
A Pseudo-Taxing Debate

Raising the Debt Limit (or Not)

Officials find errors in previously reported loan default rates


The Administration’s Answer To High Healthcare Costs is…. Rationing

Obamacare Takes a Double Shot at the Economy and the American Dream

RomneyCare's Unhappy Anniversary. Higher costs and less accessible medical care has been the Massachusetts experience--and will soon be the nation's


Gallup: Majority of Human Race Does Not See Global Warming as Serious Threat

Stimulus to Fund 3 Huge Wind Turbines In Providence ... Made In China

In Search of Petrovillains

What Happens When Cars Use Less Gas? Their drivers must be punished:

U.S. to regulate electronic cigarettes as tobacco

Former Obama Adviser Van Jones Helping to Push 'Human' Rights for Mother Nature


Gas Prices Top $1-a-Gallon Higher than Year Ago; Media Don't Blame Obama


We must reverse "the long march" through our institutions now. $400 Million Taxpayer Funds For University Pushing Anti-American, Anti-Capitalist Course

The White House vs. Boeing: A Tennessee Tale Our auto industry took off because workers could choose whether or not to join a union.

The left decides who gets lawyers

Education Showdown. The irresistible force of school reform meets the immovable object of teachers unions

States face $1.26 trillion shortfall in funds to pay retiree benefits

Changes on the State and Municipal Pension Front


Five Truths about Planned Parenthood. Anyone who believes PP is primarily concerned with the health of women and girls needs to look at the record.


The American “Preference Cascade”

Rise of Populist Parties Pushes Europe to the Right

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