Written by James Gattuso - The Foundry of The Heritage Foundation
Forget the war on terrorism, the war on drugs, even the war on poverty. President Obama seems to have declared a new war, a war on banks. It was launched last week with the proposal of a "bank tax," supposedly meant to get TARP bailout money back to taxpayers (although it would leave out firms such ...
Written by Tom Fitton
Something happened this week that hadn't occurred since 1972. The "bluest" state in the union, Massachusetts, elected a Republican to the United States Senate, sending shock waves through the Obama White House and the Democrat-controlled Congress. Adding insult to injury, Brown will be taking over ...
Written by Thomas D. Segel
Harlingen, Texas: Scott Brown has come to Washington and is being wooed by Republicans and Democrats alike. That his election was a historic moment is not in question. That he is potentially a political game changer is a surety. But, those of us who cast ballots to place our elected ...
Written by Sultan Knish
It's natural for there to be Republican euphoria over Scott Brown's victory, which is both a reproach and a setback to Obama and the Democrats. It's been a long year and we could use the good feelings. Particularly when they come backed by real results. Brown's victory didn't just give ...
Written by James Raider - PacificGatePost.blogspot.com
American taxpayers should not read anything into today's stock market supposed reactions to the President's verbal and policy attacks on banks. Markets have little to do with realities of the broader world and its economics. The Presidential attacks, however, should be very troubling to taxpayers ...
Written by J. D. Longstreet
The intellectual elitists in charge of the US government these days have amply demonstrated "There is no fool like an educated fool." The socialists in the White House and the Congress currently are the most condescending bunch I can ever recall taking up space in those grandiose halls of power.
Written by Ron Marr
Life is funny. A year ago Barack Obama thought that he had a mandate to rule - not govern, but rule - as a totalitarian dictator. Now, it turns out the only mandate he can count on is dinner and a movie with Representative Bawney Fwank.
Written by Dick Morris
Published on TheHill.com on January 19, 2010
On the rude arch that spanned the flood
In the April breeze their flag unfurled
Here the embattled farmer stood
And fired the shot heard round the world
-- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Written by ABC News
In a dramatic upset that will end Democrats' super majority in the Senate, Massachusetts Republican Scott Brown defeated Democrat Martha Coakley to claim the seat held by the late Ted Kennedy for more than 46 years. Coakley called Brown to concede the race shortly before 9:30 p.m., a Democratic ...