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Wednesday May 6th 2015



Daily Right 1/3/11

*Chris Mathew’s demanding the President release his long-form birth certificate.

*The public isn’t so hot about the FCC deciding to regulate the intertubes.

The survey was conducted shortly after the FCC decided on a party line vote to impose so-called “net neutrality” regulations on the Internet world. Republicans and unaffiliated voters overwhelmingly oppose FCC regulation of the Internet, while Democrats are more evenly divided. Those who use the Internet most are most opposed to FCC regulations[...]

[…]Fifty-six percent (56%) of voters believe that the FCC would use its regulatory authority to promote a political agenda.”

An unelected bureaucrat using regulation to pursue a political agenda? The deuce you say!  Read the whole thing.

RELATED: EPA Blows of Congress, Voters

RELATED II: Death-Panels by regulation

RELATED III: Political End Runs, by Thomas Sowell.

*Despite the left’s class warfare rhetoric, the American rich get boned by our tax code.

*Cool: 400,000 year old human remains discovered in Israel

“Archeologists from Tel Aviv University say eight human-like teeth found in the Qesem cave near Rosh Ha’Ayin – 10 miles from Israel’s international airport – are 400,000 years old, from the Middle Pleistocene Age, making them the earliest remains of homo sapiens yet discovered anywhere in the world.”

*Republicans shouldn’t defund ObamaCare says…Charles Krauthammer?

RELATED: Bad Idea, by Bryan Preston.

“I get what he’s saying — that Democrats will use defunding to blame for its ultimate failure — but put me down as resolutely against Charles Krauthammer’s gambit.  That gambit is, Republicans should fund ObamaCare, watch it fail, and then kill it.”

*His Own Worst Enemy, by Michael A. Walsh.

*Remember how the Obama administration insisted that the START treaty preamble, the one that limited missile defense systems, wasn’t legally binding?  About that

*Raging Against ‘Them,’ by Victor Davis Hanson.

What strikes me is not that leftism does not work, but that when it is indulged and doesn’t work, its beneficiaries scream at the unfairness of it all—in the fashion that a theorist who claimed 2 plus 2 equals 5 blames the construct of mathematics because his equation is not true.”

*Note to conservatives: Obama is going to be re-elected in 2012.  Start the grief counseling now.

*Charles Krauthammer details how Obama will regulate his way around the new republican congress.

*Failed State Watch: How much longer for Mexico?  By Alberto de la Cruz.

*Promises and Riots, by Thomas Sowell.

The scams inherent in welfare states are not only economically counterproductive, they turn group against group, straining the ties that hold a society together.”

*The Democrats and Health-Care, by Tevi Troy.

“It was at this point that the essential dishonesty of President Obama’s repeated promise to dubious voters—“if you like your health care, you can keep it”—became inescapable. What Obama had meant, it turned out, was that government would not actively terminate employer-sponsored coverage to force you into a government program. So if employers chose to act rationally in response to the new law’s incentive structure, well, then, it would be your employer terminating your coverage and not the government.”
Read the whole thing.

*How a war between China and the US would play out, according toPopular Mechanics.

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