Do Democrats See Defeat In November As An Acceptable Trade Off For Getting Their Government Health Care Enacted?

Obama’s health care summit was a bust with voters. The latest Rasmussen presidential tracking poll, which tracks likely-voter responses over three consecutive days, two of which were after the health care summit, clearly shows that the Democrats’ plans for a … Continue reading

Unemployment Map — County By County 2007 — 2009

“We’re IN the Moneeeey…..Come ON, Honeeeey….. We never see headlines or redlines…..and when we see the landlord we look that guy right in the eye…We’re IN the Moneeey…Come ON Honeeey…” This interactive unemployment map of the United States shows the … Continue reading

“Taxed Enough Already” — Tea Party Movement Spreads to Britain

Daniel Hannan, MEP from South East England, and others are organizing a British Tea Party movement with its first rally at Brighton today at 10:30 A.M. MT in the U.S., 5:30 P.M. in Brighton. Hannan appears on Fox News occasionally … Continue reading

Update on Wyoming CCW Reciprocity

In a prior post, Possible New CCW Reciprocity Law in Wyoming, I reported that a new law in the Wyoming State Senate, SF 26 sponsored by Senator Cale Case of Fremont County (Lander), would widen CCW reciprocity in Wyoming by … Continue reading

Paul Ryan Understands Obama’s Healthcare Bill — And Gives Obama A Little Schooling On It

Ryan: “And we’ve been talking about how much we agree on different issues, but there really is a difference between us. And it’s basically this. We don’t think the government should be in control of all of this. We want … Continue reading

Political Cartoons Get Directly To The Point

Cartoonist Thomas Nast was thought to have played a pivotal role in bringing down Boss Tweed of New York City’s Tammany Hall in the 19th Century. Referring to an immigrant population many of whom did not read English, Tweed was … Continue reading