Thursday, April 28, 2011

Random Round-Up 04-28 (PM Edition)

Study: MSNBC and CNN Covered 'Birther' Issue Far More Than Fox News

Harvard wanted Barack Obama’s Dad Deported

Issa Demands Justice Dept. Answer Project Gunrunner Subpoenas. Said Issa: "If you made a decision this felony stupid you shouldn't be making decisions any longer on behalf of the American people."

2011 Budget Chart Book

Several States Take Up Fight Over Defunding Planned Parenthood

SB1070 as Bogeyman

A Year After SB 1070, Activist Judges Stifling Immigration Enforcement

WikiLeaks: Obama admin lied about source of Mexican drug war guns

Police Union Bosses File Complaint against Police Chief Stopping Crime while he was off-duty

A Government Union Shakedown

How Paul Ryan's Plan "Ends Medicare"

Paul Ryan's Plan Would Not Remotely End Medicare

Why is America’s pompous liberal press sneering at the royal wedding?

Senate Leaders Call for Budget ‘Show Votes’

NOAA Scientist Rejects Global Warming Link to Tornadoes

Federal Agencies Work in Concert to Prevent Food Marketing to Children
21% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction, A New Low

Layers of Hypocrisy: Moratorium on Domestic Offshore Drilling

Troubled Democrats To Undergo Party Counseling

With no opponent and barely 558 days left, Obama has already become Campaigner-in-Chief

The Federal Government vs. Job Creation

Florida Senate passes balanced budget amendment

You’re a Racist. And You’re a Racist! And You’re a Racist!

White House aversion to transparency undermines good government

Hey Media, How About a Prime Time Obama Investigation?

Four in 10 approve of Obama's handling of economy; marks all-time low

Once Again, the New York Times Is Whitewashing WikiLeaks

Crappy Days Are Here Again

All but two N.J. towns vote to reject raising property taxes over Gov. Christie's 2 percent cap

Safety and Cures vs Cost: The Government Picks Sides

Salvatori Prize Goes to Founder of Doctors Group

If Congress Doesn’t Raise the Debt Ceiling . . .

Initial Jobless Claims in U.S. Increase to Three-Month High

Johnson & Johnson CEO William C. Weldon Responds to National Center Questions About Firm's Pro-ObamaCare and Cap-and-Trade Lobbying

"Massive crop losses" feared from South drought

Campaigner-in-chief emails, begging for a do-over (and money)

Raymund Paredes: $10,000 Degrees "Entirely Feasible"

Americans Discern Correctly that Public Schools are a Poor ‘Investment’

Oklahoma Senate OKs bill targeting illegal immigrants

Obama’s Approval Remains at All-Time Low for Second Week in Row, Says Gallup

Poll: Public Split on Medicare Reform

Why the transcripts no longer matter

New evidence that IQ is not set in stone

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