Daily Archives: September 6, 2011

Obama Mouthpiece Jay Carney: All Complaints Of Uncivil Discourse Is “Kabuki Theater”

Via Ace, we get this awesome exchange between Jake Tapper and Jay Carney. Listen at the end when he calls this “kabuki theater” As Ace points out, Carney wants a double standard where any Democrat can say anything, and not be called out for their “uncivil” discourse, but, if a Republican says something, well, the […]

Whoops! Even David Brooks Notices Green Jobs Are A Farce

Must suck when your house of cards falls With the economy stagnating and unemployment high, where are the jobs of the future going to come from? A few years ago, it seemed as though the Green Economy could be a big part of the answer. Only to confirmed leftists. New clean-energy sources could address environmental, […]

If All You See…

…is a super awesome waterfall on an island that will disappear, you might just be a Warmist

Vermont Enviro’s Love Wind Power, Just Not In Vermont

Here we go again, another enviro group which loves “green” energy, but doesn’t want it where they can see it (via Master Resource) Editor’s note: This op-ed is by Annette Smith, executive director of Vermonters for a Clean Environment. It is not too late for Vermont to stop and take a serious look at wind […]

Obama Plans To Continue His “Patriotism” Calls During Boring Joint Session Speech

Hey, if Obama can pre-questioning the patriotism of Republicans for not passing a plan that he hasn’t even introduced yet, I can pre-call the campaign speech boring. As John Podhoretz points out, Obama will continue his despicable “country before party” nonsense News reports suggest that on Thursday night, the president will tell Republicans in the […]

Politico Upchucks Tired Old Liberal 9/11 Memes

In what will surely be the first of many liberal smear jobs as we approach the 10th anniversary of 9.11, Politico’s Elizabeth Drew goes with A 9/11 anniversary misremembered With events planned to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, including elaborate ceremonies in New York, a three-day commemoration at the National […]

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