Friday, March 8, 2013

Weekly Wrap-Up

While Gov. Cuomo tries to spin his way out of the latest New York job numbers, the new jobs report has some good news – though it reflects poorly on the Obama Era when 7.7% unemployment can be viewed as “good news.”
Nancy Pelosi has a strategy for stopping any progress being made on job creation, and is even successful at making Gov. Cuomo look responsible.

Sen. Tom Coburn, the guest of honor at the Conservative Party’s 49th Annual Dinner in 2011, talks some sense about spending and the sequester.

Sen. Rand Paul explains his filibuster in The Washington Times.

As the Washington Examiner notes, “Obama's ultimate answer -- that he lacks authority for domestic assassinations -- is comforting. Less so is the fact that Paul had to stage a 13-hour filibuster to elicit a straight answer to such an obvious question.”

You don’t have to agree with Sen. Paul to applaud his tenacity.

Do you stand with Rand, or with President Obama? Tell whose side you’re on in our new Weekly Poll.

Good news for the unborn – but any progress is threatened by Gov. Cuomo’s bizarre determination to increase abortion in New York.

Common sense might have prevailed, but why would such a vile individual even be considered for a special honor by the State Department?

Have a great weekend!

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