*Taxes, Depression, and Our Current Troubles, by Arthur Laffer.
*Just great: The CBO predicts Social Security deficits next year, not 2019 as previously predicted.
*The Conservative Debate Over Glen Beck, by Ron Radesh.
*The â€śTentherâ€ť Smear, by Radley Balko
â€śThere’s really no consistent principle or cogent argument underlying the Tenth Amendment smearers. The smarmy sentiment seems to be little more than that “Tenthers” are silly because all serious people stopped giving a damn about the Tenth Amendment years ago.â€ť
Read the whole thing.
*Obamaâ€™s Cardinal Errors, by Jennifer Rubin.Â
*Let the Unraveling Continue, by James Capretta.
*In His Narcissists Service, by Bernard Chapin.
â€śConservatives of America, let us vow to ridicule mercilessly the cult of Obama, those videos honoring him, and the entire left wing of the political spectrum.
Let us also labor to fight socialism and government expansion whenever or wherever it is initiated, combat emotion with reason, and expunge lies with truth. From now until death we will argue with our foes, refute their every contention, and labor tirelessly to take our country back â€” starting with the elections of 2010.â€ť
He better be careful, â€śtake our country backâ€ť sounds like coded racism to me.
*Iâ€™m Moving To Fox News, by John Stossel.Â
â€śIn my new job, I want to dig into the meaning of the words “liberty” and “limited government.” For many years, through Republican and Democratic administrations, we have been losing something vital in America: the commitment to individual liberty and the understanding that as government grows, liberty shrinksâ€¦
â€¦I also want to undertake exercises in understanding libertarianism, the philosophy of freedom, which used to be called “liberalism.”
Welcome to the dark side my friend, youâ€™ve belonged here all along.
*Summits of Folly, by Bret Stephens.
*Civility is Overrated, by David Harsanyi.
*Your Daily Dose of Awesome: Because you can never have enough Obama.