Plus, this a good break from all things heavy.
The Wall Street Journal: Not only a favorite read of mine, it is the pinnacle of conservative propaganda, at least according to those who dwell on the Left side of things. In this week’s edition, after 70 odd years of living, Senator John McCain might be finally embracing his inner conservative and had some very kind words about Sarah Palin.
The New Yawk Times-You might remember eons ago, back in the days of the 2008 Presidential campaign, that then candidate Obama promised to never raise taxes on anyone who made under $250,000 per year? Basically, the rich would pay for everything. Now that the price of his expensive agendas are actually setting in, “experts” are saying what most already know, “This idea that everything new that government provides ought to be paid for by the top 5 percent, that’s a basically unstable way of governing.” No way!!
Human Events-The Dems have become famous for claiming that the Republican Party is just the party of “No!” and they never have offered any ideas about a budget or a stimulus package? Well they still haven’t offered anything on health care either. Oh wait, I almost forgot, they have. Too bad they are locked out of the debate, so much for the bi-paritsan era and end of business as usual in Washigton, eh?
The American Spectator-William J. Antle has an interesting piece on AmSpec about the Republican Road to Recovery. Basically he is saying the universe will force them to amend their ways whether they want it or not. That still remains to be seen, but an interesting hypothesis, nevertheless.
The Politico-Newt Gingrich just won the lottery, $8 million bucks worth. Well not really, he just scored an astounding $8.1 million haul just for the first six months of the year. Impressive!
National Review Online-Charles Krauthammer makes a poignant observation in his latest NRO article, health care reform isn’t Obama’s Waterloo, just a tactical retreat.
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