Wednesday, November 10, 2010

The Heritage Foundation reminded us yesterday that the primary concern of government should be to protect its citizens. Today, Ambassador John Bolton and Berkeley Law Professor John Yoo ask Why Rush to Cut Nukes?

Today, the Heritage Foundation urges Members of Congress to Get to Work Getting Control of Congress and Sen. Jim DeMint makes the case to ban earmarks, while the WSJ is optimistic regarding the makeup of the U. S. Senate.

Newt Gingrich reminds us of the sacrifices made a Valley Forge.

Thomas Sowell has more on political judges.

And Governor-Elect Cuomo certainly sounds like he understand the necessity of "no new taxes" but we are still a little skeptical that it will happen given the history in our state and the deficit. (We would be more confident had he not been on the Working Families Party line.) We wish him well and will work with him to cut spending since there is no other viable way to get out of the fiscal morass we, and the Nation, are in.

First reports on the U. S. Deficit Commission recommendations.

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