Sunday, July 19, 2009

Larwyn's Linx: Conservatism in defense of liberty

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Conservatism in defense of liberty: AT (Levin)
Broken Promises: Post (McCaughey)
Obama repeats same canards CBO debunked: GOPleader

Then Obamacare is Dead: Hewitt
Doctors: AMA Sold Us Out: Breitbart
A Rush to Healthcare Disaster: Post

Not a hard question: Dinocrat
The Myth of Cheaper Government Health Care: LawHawk
Sunday Funnies: AT

Disarmament through spending: Prairie
Double Standard: Red Planet
Sonia's Life in Identity Politics: Chavez

Feds Seek Dealership Closure Data: DetNews
Not a unifier: Obama's speech to the NAACP: Atlas
Lesson for the Day: BrutHon


Stimulus! 1,000 Defense Workers Fired By Obama Today: ClosVel
Feds to set wages: AT (Lifson)
Liberal Utopia of CA closes state offices to save cash: Breitbart TV

The Jobless Map of Britain: Guardian (UK)
What a Million Buys at the Sea Shore: Yahoo! Finance


Cronkite and the National Will: Doc Zero
What's Next, Mr. President -- Cardigans?: WaPo
Cronkite: MoneyRunner

Levin's Brilliant Rant on Government-run Welfare Health Care: Mark Levin (MP3)
Health Care Fairness Doctrine: Charlie Foxtrot
Lou Dobbs, Nirther?: Media Matters

Pravda corrects Obama: Surber

Climate & Energy

Must watch: Angry voters confront Congressman who voted for cap-n-tax: Watts
Michigan crops delayed because of cold: BlogProf


Fiscal ruin of the Western world beckons: Telegraph
F-22 to Japan and Israel: A debt of Honor: AT (Timperlake)
No Future: Steyn

Private Schools for the Poor: AT (Chantrill)
Violence in France: Atlas


New Photos of Apollo Landing Sites from Lunar Orbit: LGF
Researchers Hunt for 3-Foot Long Earthworm: Breitbart
Trust but verify: Security risks abound in the IT supply chain: GCN


Modern Banking Explained: South Park
Retired general, lieutenant colonel join reservist’s lawsuit: Ledger-Enquirer

"[Cronkite spent] the rest of his life steadfastly insisting his editorial judgment on Vietnam represented his honest and heartfelt opinion. When measuring an event of such enormous importance, it hardly matters what his deeply felt personal reasons were. What he did not do was simply and clearly report on the outcome of the Tet offensive, and allow his viewers to decide what they made of it. The Communists came to understand the value of their propaganda victory, with General Giap later saying “The most important result of the Ted offensive was it made you de-escalate the bombing, and it brought you to the negotiation table. It was, therefore, a victory… The war was fought on many fronts. At that time the most important one was American public opinion.” -- Doc Zero

“If (businesses) don’t make [a] profit, there’s nothing for us to tax.”
-- Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory

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