|*Genius: Michael Steele redirects angry lib calls to the DNC switchboard.
*Obama ‘Impervious to Empirical Evidence,’ by Jennifer Rubin.
“Despite his disdain for facts, Obama cannot evade reality indefinitely. Unemployment figures and polling data are real. Deficit figures are real. And the public’s unease with political zealotry is real as well. Unless Obama gives up his aversion to empirical evidence, the voters will deliver a dose of reality.”
*Who We Are, by Doctor Zero.
“We do not regard America as the sole country on Earth that should be forbidden from taking pride in its history, traditions, and achievements. We reject the notion that celebrating our traditions is an automatic insult to anyone else. We owe absolutely no apologies to murderous dictators or unelected tyrants, and we care little for their feelings. We believe there are many lessons to be learned from our history, by all the people of the world, and we cannot teach those lessons if we allow ourselves to be shamed into silence. We will never hesitate to call evil by its proper name, or give evil men good reasons to fear us.”
Read the whole thing.
*Chilling: Obama’s enemies list is legal, permanent, and uncovered by the freedom of information act.
*MSDNC makes shit up, in collusion with the DNC. Shocking, I know.
RELATED: The Democrats Hypocritical Demonization of Health-Care Protestors, by Neo Neocon.
*Insult and Injury, at NRO.
*Obama’s Great Race to Change America, by Victor Davis Hanson.
ALSO BY HANSON: Prairie Fire Anger
“There is, again, a mounting anxiety that the current federal expansion is politically-driven in rather radical ways—an effort to create a permanent new constituency of millions who either receive expanded federal largess or are gleefully employed in doling it out. The zealotry of expansive bureaucracy and dependency instills fears, rational or not, of a radicalized huge federal work force, a sort of national version of Acorn to the nth degree that in pack-like fashion is mobilized to target potential naysayers.”
*Birthers of a Nation and the Paranoid Style of American Liberalism, by Jonah Goldberg.