Tuesday, October 2, 2012

President Barack Obama may own the main stream media, but even he cannot stem the articles on the murder of four American patriots in Libya.  From today's USA Today editorial: Shifting Libya attack story raises red flags.  From the Daily Beast:  U.S. Consulate in Benghazi Bombed Twice in Run-Up to 9/11 Anniversary.  Neither publication is considered right leaning so it is heartening to know that they are questioning what is being spoon fed to them by the Administration.

Thankfully the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is demanding some answers.

The latest debacle in Libya is hurting President Obama among independent voters.

To believe Obama  is to forget the last four years.

Another major potential problem for the Administration here and more here.

Do you know how much foreign aid has increased under the Obama Administration?  You won't be happy about the fact that foreign aid spending increased more than boarder security.

A new study tells us what we already knew:  Obama's spending plan raises middle class taxes.

And who will be surprised that two liberal whoppers on Medicare are still being promoted by the left.

Doctors understand.

If the polls are right (I'm not convinced they are) then the fiscal cliff looms even steeper.

Are we heading to another recession?  David Malpass thinks we may be.

FDNY discrimination judge Must Go.  Good editorial in the NY Post on Judge Garaufis.

Governor Cuomo is the only one who thinks he isn't stalling.  The NY Post Editorial agrees with us.

Our US Senate candidate, Wendy Long, in NewsMax!  Where is the NY MSM on this Senate race?  Fred Dicker will have Wendy Long on his radio show on Thursday.  You can listen live on the internet @ Talk1300.com.

Seriously, why does Governor Andrew Cuomo want to pursue an extremely expensive, non-productive, easily abused campaign finance bill.  Remember it is your tax dollars that will be used to finance politicians, your tax dollars, not your voluntary donation to those you support.

E. W. Jackson has some wise words for his community.

Tuesdays with Thomas Sowell.

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