Written by Julia A. Seymour
The debate over health care legislation has raged for months. One line of attack coming from liberal politicians on the network news is that insurance companies simply make too much money.
Written by Alan Caruba - factsnotfantasy.blogspot.com
I am always amazed at the variety of choice that exists in my local supermarket. There are other supermarkets in the area, but the one I frequent most has lower prices on most items and almost anything you want to purchase allows one to select among several brands available.
Written by AIM.org
Dems Close to 60 Votes on Health Care
Leading Democrat Senators feel that they are very close to the 60 votes needed to pass Obama's health care reform legislation.
From the Politico
Written by The Cobourg Skeptic - ILoveCarbonDioxide.com
In the 3 months before the December Copenhagen Climate Change Conference, there are three things that will determine what will happen there:
1) Will the U.S. implement Cap & Trade? It looks likely that any action will at least be after the Conference - the U.S. bill is currently stalled in the ...
Written by Sultan Knish
For eight years Democrats pounded at the doors of D.C., throwing their own fecal matter around, and claiming that it was only a matter of time until Bush had them all rounded up for being unpatrotic. And like the frenzied mob at a Black Friday sale waiting for the doors to open, shoving and shoving ...
Written by Bob Steinburg
A Conservative's Viewpoint
On the floor of the U. S. Senate last week, Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., an aide to former President Richard Nixon, delivered a cautionary warning to President Barrack Obama. He asked him not to follow the path of the former president by developing a White House ...
Written by Sultan Knish
This week Obama began throwing around his weight around more than usual. In the USSR all the trains ran through Moscow in order to centralize control of the country. In the US today, Obama is pushing to make sure that all the trains run through him.
Written by Rasmussen Reports
For the first time in recent years, voters trust Republicans more than Democrats on all 10 key electoral issues regularly tracked by Rasmussen Reports. The GOP holds double-digit advantages on five of them.
Written by JudicialWatch.org
A veteran Illinois congressman embroiled in a big-city corruption scandal last year unscrupulously pressed the federal government to bail out a Puerto Rican bank operated by his wife and several major political donors.