Mark Levin chimes in: Also, count me among those few here who want to thank the House Republicans for taking a bold stand against what had been a stampede on a scale I have never before witnessed on matters of huge consequence. Conservatism is more than a quaint belief-system to be embraced and debated over… Continue reading
Month: September 2008
I think Jay Fitzgerald is on the money: I’ve generally gone back and forth on the plan’s merits, tilting toward the Warren Buffett/Andy Kessler view that it could end up making money for taxpayers, not to mention saving the economy from possible ruin. But the sight of jaws dropping on trading floors, as it dawned… Continue reading
P.J. O’Rourke can find even his own cancer funny: Furthermore, I am a logical, sensible, pragmatic Republican, and my diagnosis came just weeks after Teddy Kennedy’s. That he should have cancer of the brain, and I should have cancer of the ass … well, I’ll say a rosary for him and hope he has a… Continue reading
Enough is Enough Dept. Atheists love to dismiss belief in God as just a security blanket. They may have a point.
Friday dose of Krauthammer: I have little doubt that some, if not many, cases of malfeasance will emerge. But what we conveniently neglect is the fact that much of this crisis was brought upon us by the good intentions of good people. For decades, starting with Jimmy Carter’s Community Reinvestment Act of 1977, there has… Continue reading