Sunday, August 23, 2009

Larwyn's Linx: Can Congress force you to buy insurance?

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Can Congress force me to buy health insurance?: Morrissey
Busted! WH Confirms Using Contractor to Send Axelrod E-mails : JWF
Capitalism vs. Racism: Doc Zero

Marine goes nuclear on Democrats: Hot Air
Playing fast and loose with the facts: JWF
Remember when FDR praised Shintoism?: STACLU

The Czar has read all of H.R. 3200: Gormogons
'Quite Frankly, They're Stealing My Vote' : JWF
Throw Out The Democratic Health Care Sponge: LegalIns


Mistress of Disaster Jamie Gorelick At It Again: LegalIns
Why I cheer the Whole Foods boycott: Schlussel
Feds cracking down on garage sales: Fausta

Volvo and Corvette Deathwatch: Fausta
The squeegee guys of health care: AT (Lewis)
Clunkers: No One Anticipated...: Corner

Tea Party Reports

Birmingham, MI: BlogProf
St. Louis, MO: GWP
Mt. Shasta, CA: Surber

Knoxville, TN: Instapundit
Urgent: SEIU, ACORN, MoveOn may coordinate more false flag sabotage of town hall protests: ConfYank


The NY Times Draws a Map for al-Qaeda: Boot
Some day, Yale's prince will come: Kramer
To Hell with the Political Class: PJM (Clouthier)

Reporter covering Rifqa Bary case loves the hijab!: Jawa
Obama's Karmic Freight Train: AT (Joyce)
White House Confirms It Used US Taxpayer Dollars to Sell Obamacare!: GWP

Thank you, Fox News!: Aces


Undermining Democracy in the Name of Human Rights: AT (Levy)
92% Discount -- for Some: Surber
Libyan Leader Gaddafi Praises Brown for Lockerbie Terrorist's Release: GWP

Obama and the Holy Land: AT (Glick)
Was Rifqa Bary's Father Planning on Fleeing the Country with his threatened daughter?: Atlas
Who Is Demonized and Who Is Lionized?: Rubin


Net neutrality: Back in the spotlight for debate: CNet


Friday Funnies: AT (Lifson)

Okay, You Don't Like the Term 'Death Panels' . . .   [Mark Steyn]
. . . so how about "life-and-death panels"?

Dany Mercado, a leukemia patient from Kitchener, Ontario, is cancer-free after getting a bone marrow transplant at the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit.

Told by Canadian doctors in 2007 he couldn't have the procedure there, Mercado's family and doctor appealed to Ontario health officials, who agreed to let him have the transplant in Detroit in January 2008.

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