Rahm backs down: We never said we’d block Chick-fil-A from Chicago, says spokesman

Allahpundit HotAir.com 7/27/2012

It grieves me to say it but I think we might owe Mike Bloomberg for this. When even America’s most meddlesome micro-managing mayor endorses the libertarian approach on this subject, the Overton window of acceptable state interference is closed. Best for Rahm to have a spokesman issue a quiet climbdown and then […]

A referendum in Britain? Let the people speak!

Farage video: The EU is the Titanic, but Britain is in a lifeboat

Reliapundit The Astute Bloggers 1/9/2012

[MEP Nigel]Farage has been warning that the EU was headed for economic and democratic disaster for years–well before the current crisis…

…Britain might escape the EU debacle…

…But there are hurdles ahead:

I pray the British […]

Sarah Palin on the California Central Valley’s water issue

Jennifer Cubachi 5/2/2011

Sarah Palin spoke at South Valley College to a huge crowd and hit on the subject that is affecting many people in the Central Valley, the government imposed water drought. This drought has hindered many farmers and their businesses.

Palin understand how this is a huge issue. In Alaska, the people of […]

Parents are stupid, or something

Claudia iOwnTheWorld 12/14/2010

From Right Pundits Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act; Michelle Obama Says ‘We Can’t Just Leave It Up To Parents’

Hey guess what? While you weren’t looking, while you were paying attention to the election and to taxes and bizarre behavior by President Obama, the democratic congress passed the “Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act” […]

Van Jones: We are coming for the media and that’s not all

…The next 2 years are the most crucial if we want to get our country back and we MUST carry the torch for freedom even higher. We must force the Republicans to use every available chance to hammer home the message that the radicals are in DC and they are trying to steal […]

California Suggests Suicide; Texas Asks: Can I Lend You a Knife?

Joel Kotkin Forbes.com 11/15/2010

In the future, historians may likely mark the 2010 midterm elections as the end of the California era and the beginning of the Texas one. In one stunning stroke, amid a national conservative tide, California voters essentially ratified a political and regulatory regime that has left much of the state unemployed […]