Sunday, February 27, 2011

Michelle Obama Named Big Nanny of Year

Michelle Obama Named Big Nanny of the Year by Michelle Malkin   for pushing  the $5 billion expansion of federal child nutrition programs.
 As I first reported in February 2010, the legislation was a pet project of the Service Employees International Union, which seeks to swell the ranks of dawn-to-dusk year-round public school food service workers who organize under the progressive activist slogan “serving justice, and serving lunch.”


Sunday, February 20, 2011

Multiculturalism a Failure Says…Europe

Multiculturalism a Failure Says…Europe, John Sexton, Hot Air.

First it was German Chancellor Angela Merkel who said it was a failure. Then British Prime Minister David Cameron said it too. Now French President Nicolas Sarkozy is chiming in. With the leaders of Europe publicly and forcefully abandoning multiculturalism, isn’t it time for America to make the same move?

Obama Unvails a Joker's Budget

The Obama budget is a cynical joke.

Krauthammer: In Obama's budget, the penny-ante stuff amounts to a gimmick
Charles Krauthammer, The Washington Post

Friday, February 18, 2011

Obama Community Organizes Wisconsin

Obama stirs Wisconsin's pot, again using his national office to inject himself into state affairs.

WaPo: Obama joins Wisconsin's budget battle, opposing Republican anti-union bill

The president's political machine worked in close coordination Thursday with state and national union officials to get thousands of protesters to gather in Madison and to plan similar demonstrations in other state capitals.

By the end of the day, Democratic Party officials were organizing additional demonstrations in Ohio and Indiana, where an effort is underway to trim benefits for public workers. Some union activists predicted similar protests in Missouri, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Politico: DNC playing role in Wisconsin protests

OfA [Organizing for America] Wisconsin's field efforts include filling buses and building turnout for the rallies this week in Madison, organizing 15 rapid response phone banks urging supporters to call their state legislators, and working on planning and producing rallies

Friday, February 11, 2011

Harry Reid Reagan

Unable to dent the enduring popularity of Ronald Reagan, Democratic politicians are now trying to recast America's 40th president as one of their own -- sometimes with hilarious results. One day after this week's 100th anniversary of Reagan's birth, a press release from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid hailed an achievement that has escaped the attention of even the most thorough Reagan biographers: the establishment of a park in eastern Nevada.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Sarah Palin: American Eagle

Palin channels Reagan to combat 'road to ruin' 

 SANTA BARBARA, California: Sarah Palin opened a celebration of what would have been  [ahem] Ronald Reagan's 100th birthday by declaring that the United States was lurching towards a ''road to ruin'', saying the nation had become so weighed down by debt and excess government that a new direction was urgently needed in Washington.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Pawlenty: Obama "chicken" on facing tough issues

"[Obama's] got all this soaring rhetoric, but the fact of the matter is he's chicken to address the issues."

Happy Birthday, Gipper!

Obama: Circus Act

Running the world with one hand, and campaigning with the other.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Ronnie Reagan Junior: Bitter Child

Reagan’s doctors and Alzheimer’s specialists have been debunking this myth for years, but no matter how many times they try to explain that occasional memory lapses in an elderly person do not an Alzheimer’s diagnosis make, the narrative rolls on. And it’ll keep rolling, thanks to Ron Jr and the explosive never-before-revealed details in his new book which, per Paul Bedard of U.S. News, … seem not to add up.