Whose money is it, anyway?: John R. Lott, Jr.
I pledge: Iowahawk
Dutch Courage: Mark Steyn
Professor denies global warming theory: Daily Princetonian
A declaration of Independence: Mitchell Langbert
Difference between Bush and Obama: Ms. Underestimated
From the people who wanted to run the war: Jules Crittenden
I am Geert Wilders: Atlas Shrugs
Whence the First Lady's dress?: Ace o' Spades
The invisible man: Pajamas Media
Who gets to rebuild Gaza?: Prairie Pundit
A bold step drastically contemplated: Jules Crittenden
Oh, about that strategy of 'cut and run'...: Gateway Pundit
How the Presidents Stack Up WSJ (Charts)
GM warns it could be out of cash by March 31st: AutoBlog
The economy is bad, but 1982 was worse: Carpe Diem
Dear American liberals, leftists, social progressives, socialists, Marxists, Obama supporters, et al:: Theo Spark
This emperor has no clothes: Telegraph (Gerald Warner)
Bulleit Bourbon: Parkway Rest Stop
2010 Ford Taurus SHO spotted: AutoBlog
Today's Mark Madness: Blog of Walker
Andy Levy's 'To Don't' List: Big Hollywood:
DON’T question the motives - question the policy. When you disagree with Obama’s policies, say so, and make it clear why. But remember that President Obama is doing what he thinks is best for the country, as President Bush did. Both men love America and want what’s best for her. End of story.
DON’T make it personal. We don’t need another Derangement Syndrome. We don’t need people doing things like emphasizing Obama’s middle name in a derogatory fashion. How anyone would think that’s beneficial to their cause, or to the country as a whole, is beyond me. Also, it’s not even clever. Neither are smushwords like BusHitler, or sillywords like Rethuglicans and Dhimmicrats.