May 18, 2008

The Year of Our Discontent

Posted by Adam Graham in : Government Spending,Podcast,Presidential Race 2008

Creative Commons License photo credit: rauchdickson

Podcast Show Notes

Forty-eight percent of all voters and 76 percent of Republicans coupled with 55 percent of Independents are dissatisfied with the choices for President.

Giving tax rebates to a city that doesn’t pay taxes and a non-profit that doesn’t pay taxes makes Democratic Senators Charles Schumer (D-NY) and Max Baucus (D-MT) notable porkers.

Questionable earmarks for Democratic Congressman and Senate Candidate Bob Andrews (D-NJ) that benefited the company his wife works for. (Hat Tip: Club for Growth.)

South Carolina’s wacky laws are called out by the State’s Republican Governor.

Anti-tax activists take aim at the state income tax–in Massachusetts? (Hat Tip: Club for Growth.)

A stupid lawsuit against AOL.

The Colorado Governor’s house turned into a frat house by the son of Democratic Governor Bill Ritter.

Georgia passes landmark school choice legislation. (Hat Tip: Right Mind.) And also passed a strong concealed carry law.

Why the NRA’s not worried about the election and what other conservatives can learn.

Senator Arlen Specter (R-PA) wastes taxpayer’s time leaning on the NFL.

Outrage: UN comes to investigate US racism at the government’s urging. (Hat Tip: Newsbusters.)

Hugo Chavez meddles in Columbia. (Hat Tip: The Midnight Sun.)

Microsoft teams up with $100 lap top company.

A visit to the March for Life changes the minds of students in Canada.

The bizarre logic of Romney-turned-Obama-supporter Doug Kmiec.

The next logical step. Mentally ill people coming out as “Mad” holding Mad pride events on the grounds of Bedlam.

In a new book, a woman suggests training husbands like you would animals. (Hat Tip: Right Mind.)

Pluralistic Christianity plus what would the left do in the story of the the good Samaritan. (Hat Tip: World Magazine Blog.)

Chicago Megacurch Willow Creek shifts away from Seeker Friendly Services.

A young man’s patriotism shown in the care of the flag. (Hat Tip: Michelle Malkin.)

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