Wednesday, January 30, 2008

January 30th 2008 - Today's Columns:

Thomas Sowell : A "Stimulus Package"? - "things that are bipartisan are often twice as bad as things that are partisan"

Walter E. Williams : Stimulus Package Nonsense - "There are three ways government can get the money for a stimulus package. It can tax, borrow or inflate the currency"

Jonah Goldberg : We Were Warned - Jonah compares the Bush Presidency to Clinton's in how it destroyed the party by using the rhetoric of the right while governing from the left.

Michelle Malkin : The Politics of Foreclosure - "The borrower-as-victim and lender-as-predator storylines are etched in stone."

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann : McCain May Win, Romney Can't - Call it wishful thinking but I believe Morris' understandable antipathy for Hillary is clouding his considerable campaign judgement. He is, after all, a liberal so his belief that McCain has wide appeal must be viewed in that light. But I don't want to live in a world where that Machiavellian boot-licking (probably literally) toad is right. I say that with the highest respect for Mr. Morris.

Dennis Prager : A Response to "What You Have To Believe To Be a Republican Today" - An adequate but not inspiring response to rather silly liberal beliefs about conservatives.

Christopher Chantrill: The Liberals' Mommy Fascism - There's something inherently disturbing about challenging "mommy fascism" with "mommy conservatism." American Thinker is coming dangerously close to falling off my list of daily reads.

Mark Steyn: Nice is Easy (via National Review) - "to govern is to choose. And to govern in tough times is to make tough choices. And thus to choose is to divide"

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