Monday, March 26, 2012

The most anticipated US Supreme Court case begins this week. The Washington Times believes there is a chance that Obamacare will be upheld. The WSJ has a guide to the health care arguments here. The NY Sun is Bracing for the Court, while the Heritage Foundation makes the case against Obamacare again. More from Heritage here. Fox News calls it a "rare and historic case that will impact most Americans and potentially a presidential race". National Review covers it also.

Wendy Long on televising the US Supreme Court health care debate.

Today's transcript of health care arguments.

The Washington Times writes that the White House is sure that its energy policy is an election winner. Mr. President, you are not reading the tea leaves correctly. Solar energy is a long way off, just ask the people who use solar lights in a their gardens, ask them if they are ready to invest in more solar energy and if they believe solar energy will keep them warm in winter and cool in summer.

How the truth comes out when unaware of an open mike!

More on "more flexibility" and what a second term could bring.

So far, Larry Kudlow, likes Congressman Ryan's proposed budget.

Beware of dividend tax increase, currently 15%, set to increase to 43.4% next year.

Reading, Writing and Arithmetic without dancing, dinosaurs and birthdays.

Is this how you want your tax dollars spent?

The WSJ on the
New York State budget.

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