Daily Archives: June 10, 2008

Competing Oil Legislation Defeated In Senate – What About House?

The NY Times discusses the defeat of 2 bills, one by Democrats, and one by Republicans A Democratic proposal to impose heavier taxes on big oil companies stalled in the Senate on Tuesday as Republicans and Democrats offered different ideas on how to deal with soaring energy costs. A bill that would have rolled back […]

I Can No Longer Support McCain And His Big Beer Veto!

Disturbing, very disturbing John McCain issued a promise Tuesday that may cause a bit of unrest with a broad swath of voters: “I will use the veto as needed. I will veto every single beer — bill with earmarks,” he said, as rumblings from the crowd could be heard. “And every single bill that we […]

Global Warming Today: How’s This Consensus?

InForum Recently, Arthur Robinson of the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine announced the results of an effort in which he asked scientists to sign a petition stating: “We urge the United States government to reject the global warming agreement that was written in Kyoto, Japan, in December 1997, and any other similar proposals. The […]

Koocinich Calls For Impeachment

Obama has been calling for healing the partisan divide. Is this what he means? Democratic Rep. Dennis Kucinich defied his party leadership on Monday by calling for the impeachment of U.S. President George W. Bush for launching the Iraq war — but his move was not expected to go anywhere. The Ohio representative outlined his […]

Obama To Prosecute War Criminals

On Sunday, I read a post at Little Green Footballs regarding BHO’s plan to prosecute war criminals, which is featured on Obama’s official site, and, I agree, I do not think he means al Qaeda. I did not make the connection to something Obama said in April, but, via Memeorandum, The American Thinker did Barack […]

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