Friday, February 4, 2011

Weekly Wrap-Up

Obamacare is still in the news this week, with a devastating court ruling against this health care “reform,” and with every Senate Democrat (except for one brave soul who didn’t vote) blindly obeying Harry Reid, Chuck Schumer and the Obama Administration and voting against repeal...

Why does this vote matter? Answers from The American Spectator and The Wall Street Journal.

Via The Weekly Standard, we are reminded that The New York Times will stop at nothing to advance the left-wing perspective on the health care debate.

As The Weekly Standard points out, “The whole piece, though attempting to be subtle, is a plug for Obamacare.”

On the international front, Egypt is the biggest story this week.

Here is Charles Krauthammer’s take on the situation.

And we’ve got this from The Heritage Foundation.

There are concerns about the Muslim Brotherhood...

...and Israel is rightly worried.

What would President Reagan do about Egypt?

How do you think the situation in Egypt will affect our world? Vote today in our Weekly Poll.

Speaking of President Reagan: As we commemorate his 100th birthday this month, there is a great deal of remembrance about how this great leader transformed America, and what we can learn from him today.

Here and here you’ll find two perspectives from The Washington Times.

And The Heritage Foundation looks at “The Classical Virtues of Ronald Reagan.”

Have a great weekend!

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