Thursday, April 25, 2013

The George W. Bush Library is now open and honestly it was good to see positive news for a change.   And as the NY Post editorial points out " it strikes us as noteworthy that a president derided as a cowboy for his willingness to fight also believed, as FDR and Truman did with Japan, that America’s best guarantee of security is a free Middle East where ordinary Muslims can prosper and look to the future with hope."  Even strong liberals, Lanny Davis and Ellen Ratner,  had good things to say about Dubya today.  For those who don't believe George W. Bush was very smart, take the time to read this, it may just open your eyes.

The Heritage Foundation continues to educate us on S.744, the Immigration Act.

Here is Betsy's McCaughy's take on S. 744

Some Judges still uphold our Constitution. 

National Review Online writes how few DREAMers are denied.

This is the first paragraph in a Politico article "Congressional leaders in both parties are engaged in high-level, confidential talks about exempting lawmakers and Capitol Hill aides from the insurance exchanges they are mandated to join as part of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, sources in both parties said,"  and I shudder to think what would happen at Town Hall meetings if happens.  Of course any elected official who would vote for exempting lawmakers would not even hold a Town Hall meeting knowing the outrage constituents would have. Especially when even some staunch supporters of Obamacare now understand it is off the tracks.

The Chicago-Tribune opines on the air traffic controllers furloughs.

Henninger:  Boston and the Un-Bush.

What Investor's Business Daily thinks about the bombings in Boston. 

Chairman Long on Sen. Skelos's disdain of Gov. Cuomo's planned expansion of  abortion, you know,  the bill we don't need details on according to the Governor.

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