Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Sean Trende has an objective look at Obama's uptick in his approval numbers.

The Supreme Court is allowing 5 1/2 hours for oral arguments on Obamacare, much more time than most cases in recent history. More expensive ways the Obama Administration is manipulating the health care industry.

Michael Gerson writes how Obama turns his back on Catholics.

Sen. Tom Coburn's report on subsidies can be read here. The Hill has a short recap of the report here.

Keystone XL sees a light for the pipeline.

Congressman Jerry Nadler is in La-La Land again. Oh, and by the way, Congressman, no one is trying to silence anyone, as Americans we cherish the First Amendment, however, the OWS crowd needs to respect others rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness and stop the occupation of private and public grounds.

The Washington Examiner's Editorial says "Throw them all out" sounds like a good start as it opines on Peter Schweizer's book of the same title and the focus of a 60 Minutes segment this past Sunday. The San Francisco Chronicle looks at former Speaker Nancy Pelosi's purchase of VISA stock and so does the Daily Beast. Throw Them All Out seems to me to further the case for term limits.

The Feds are now looking into NYC Comptroller John Liu's campaign financing shenanigans.

Apparently drugs are not enough for the notorious MS-13 gang.

Tuesdays with Thomas Sowell: Will Republicans Blow It?

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