*America the Broke, by Matt Patterson.
“For decades, the government has been spending our wealth — first everything we made, then everything we’re ever going to make, and now everything our children and their children will ever make. How future generations will judge us for the theft of their prosperity is not hard to guess.”
Read the whole thing. And stock up on ammo.
*Sometimes God says yes: Keith Olbermann is now off the air.
*Death by Deconstructionism, by Larrey Anderson.
“Obama’s hosting of Hu, and what amounts to a celebration of that dictatorship, has been a disaster, from nearly every point of view.”
*Evidently what the US really needs, is more stimulus. That word, I do not think it means what they think it means.
*An Anti-Authority Creed, by George Will.
“What made the American Revolution a novel event was that Americans did not declare independence because their religion, ethnicity, language or culture made them incompatible with the British. Rather, it was a political act based on explicit principles. So in America more than in Europe, nationalism is, Huntington said, “intellectualized”: “We hold these truths to be self-evident.” Who holds them? Americans. Who are Americans? Those who hold those truths to be self-evident.”