I actually have paying work today (a good thing), but it makes for slow blogging (a bad thing). Here are a few interesting links from a limited number of sources:
Lies and the lying presidents who tell them about health care.
Democrats play the race card (about which I’ll have more to say later).
My hope is that, the very second the Dems pass an Obama health care plan, thousands of conservatives charge into courts challenging it on unconstitional grounds. Here’s just one example of the plan’s unconstitutionality.
The liberal press has swooned about Valerie Jarrett, but the rest of the nation is beginning to figure out that she’s Van Jones in drag.
Michael Barone takes on Tom Friedman’s ridiculous assertion that the Chinese autocracy is a good thing, at least in the same limited sense that Mussolini got the trains to run on time. What’s funny is that we now know that Friedman’s swooning about the Chinese government’s environmental push is sheer idiocy.
Walter Olson chronicles just one aspect of the insanity of the nanny state and the current government’s efforts to stifle all dissent.
A whole lot of people showed up in Washington on September 12 — at least 10 times the number the MSM was willing to acknowledge.
Star Parker thinks even blacks are looking beyond Obama’s color to his policies — and some don’t like what they’re seeing.