Archive for December 12th, 2009

Lord Monckton Nails the New ‘Hitler Youth,’ Defenders

Lord Monckton Nails the New 'Hitler Youth,' Defenders

Lord Christopher Monckton denounced a group of disruptive youth in Copenhagen as acting like “Hitler Youth.” Monckton not only defends his use of the label more than adequately, he uses the opportunity to educate the person taking the video on just a few of the pertinent facts on this issue, doing so off the cuff, articulately, and very evenly.

Climate Thugs Tolerate No Dissent

Climate Thugs Tolerate No Dissent

The collection of climate thugs in Copenhagen will tolerate no dissent, no questioning of their vast intellect, no deviation from their plan to bring all of the unwashed masses under their green heel. When a question was asked about ClimateGate, the mic was cut and a cameraman was told to leave immediately.

Senate Health Care Bill Exempts Certain Counties from Medicare Cuts

Senate Health Care Bill Exempts Certain Counties from Medicare Cuts

Just a few weeks ago we heard about the $300 million bribe Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) received from the architects of the Senate health care bill in order to get her vote for cloture. As we might have expected, the sweetheart deals, the carving out of chunks of taxpayer funds for personal advantage, the corruption did not stop there.

Senator Reid Following in Tom Daschle’s Footsteps

Senator Reid Following in Tom Daschle’s Footsteps

Is history repeating itself? Let us hope so. In 2004 Tom Daschle was the first Senate party leader to be put out to pasture by an opponent since 1952. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, down by double-digits in the polls, is walking in Daschle’s footsteps.

Principle v. Pragmatism

Principle v. Pragmatism

There are certain issues in life that are non-negotiable, no matter how seductively the siren song of “compromise” may beckon. We understand that the way of Washington, particularly in the game of politics, is to “go along to get along.” However, at some point a line must be drawn.

A time of universal deceit

A time of universal deceit

Our national history began by asserting “self evident truths.” Now we have a president who, in his interpretation of our constitutional history, writes: “Implicit in its structure, in the very idea of ordered liberty, was a rejection of absolute truth …” It must have been times like this that George Orwell had in mind when he wrote: “In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.”