Tweet Today’s question: Can President Obama use an executive order to override the Constitution? Today’s answer, courtesy of Matt Drudge is “yes, he can, but it won’t be pretty.” (Click on image to enlarge.)
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Tweet I caught a few minutes of last night’s Daily Show with Jon Stewart, during which Stewart amused himself by taking potshots at a very big target: CPAC. I haven’t paid much attention to CPAC, so I can’t and therefore won’t comment on whether his shots were righteous or dishonest. If you’d like to know [...]
Tweet My book club just read and discussed William F. Buckley’s Stained Glass: A Blackford Oakes Novel, which Buckley wrote in 1978, two years before the Reagan revolution. The book is sort of a spy novel, but it’s more a rumination on a particular type of political conundrum: When it comes to international politics, should [...]
Tweet A quick, and personal, history of San Francisco’s decline from the 1960s to the present I was born and grew up in San Francisco. My very earliest memories of the City just predate the advent of the hippies. At that time, the City was a solid amalgam of working class people, middle class people, [...]
Tweet Thanks to LGF, it’s becoming increasingly clear that Obama has plans for his predecessors, and they should worry all of us. Thomas Lifson, harking back to other plans Obama has expressed, and the media world ignored, explains why: Barack Obama’s plan for imposing unity on the nation after he takes office apparently entails a [...]