Ottawa won’t back Obama’s Mideast peace proposal

Daniel LeBlanc The Globe and Mail 5/20/2011

The Harper government is refusing to join the United States in calling for a return to 1967 borders as a starting point for Mideast peace, a position that has drawn sharp criticism from Canada’s staunch ally Israel.

At a briefing ahead of the upcoming G8 summit in France, […]

Senator-spotting outside the Tilted Kilt


Chris Muir Big Government 2/20/2011

For those who aren’t familiar with the Tilted Kilt go to ‘Cheeseheads gone wild’ and scroll to the very bottom of the post. This is where WI’s absentee senators have been hanging out rather than doing their jobs in Madison.

Update: More humor from BigGovernment, Confession: […]

“Day by Day” on new White House attitude towards bipartisanship

Ed Morrissey February 10, 2010

Yesterday, Barack Obama made an unexpected appearance at the daily press briefing to stress the need for bipartisanship, while at the same event, Robert Gibbs demonstrated the way the White House apparently intends to put it into practice. Chris Muir brilliantly ties this to the entire nanny-state impulses of […]

We’re here, we’re for her, get used to it

by Don Surber Charleston Daily Mail Thursday, December 3, 2009

Considering all the free publicity this blog has given her (easily 11 of those 1 million books she sold in 10 days were due to the free ads here) I do not think conservative Sarah Palin will mind my swiping a few photos from her […]