Friday, April 13, 2012

Weekly Wrap-Up

“Gov. Cuomo and Mr. Hyde?” The New York Post takes a look at the two sides of Andrew Cuomo on display this week.

Meanwhile Wendy Long, a principled conservative running for the U.S. Senate, picks up a key endorsement.

There’s really only one side to Barack Obama – he’s a left-wing politician through and through, pushing “free lunch egalitarianism” as Charles Krauthammer puts it.

And Obama has the gall to (very selectively) quote President Ronald Reagan in defending his plans for massive tax hikes. The Weekly Standard has the details about what Reagan actually said.

The “Mommy Wars” continue to rage. The Washington Times sees the Democrats’ attack on Ann Romney as a sign of desperation. Meanwhile there are calls for a cease-fire...

Now on to real wars... North Korea humiliated itself with a failed missile launch... which gave us “a sorry display of feebleness” from the Obama Administration.

And then we have the Obama Administration’s feeble energy policies and lame excuses about why gas prices are so high.

Now that Mitt Romney seems to have locked up the GOP presidential nomination, which of these issues (or others) will be most important to you as we follow the 2012 presidential campaign? Vote now in our new Weekly Poll.

And have a great weekend!

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