Published March 04, 2010
If the House passes the Christmas Eve version of the Senate health care reform bill, the game is up and the American people lose. If, on the other hand, the House rejects the original Senate bill, it’s all over.
Published February 22, 2010
A speech in New Hampshire appears to be just the beginning of former green jobs czar Van Jones's comeback tour. But his environmental advocacy can't be separated from his political extremism.
Published February 17, 2010
On the one year anniversary of the stimulus bill, the verdict is clear: Obama and the Democrats were wrong, and the American people were right.
Published February 02, 2010
President Obama and Budget Director Peter Orszag have thrown transparency out the window and created a black box for taxes and spending on climate change hidden inside the administration's 2011 budget.
Published January 19, 2010
If Democrats want to salvage the rest of the 2010 election cycle they would be well-served to admit the public isn’t buying what they’re selling on health care.
Published January 12, 2010
If our government does end up in control of the Internet, they could potentially restrict it as a medium of dissent, blocking the ability to communicate, educate, and organize.
Published January 06, 2010
Retirement announcements on Wednesday by Senators Dodd and Dorgan are just the beginning for President Obama's party.
Published December 21, 2009
The "manager's amendment" which passed in the Senate in the wee hours on Monday morning is an example of corrupt, pay-for-play politics at its worst.
Published December 11, 2009
EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson comes on strong in Denmark.
Published December 07, 2009
Today the EPA declared greenhouse gases a danger to public health. And here's the bottom line: The biggest threat to Americans, when it comes to huge new energy taxes and government controls, is not from legislation, it's from regulation.