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Archive for March, 2010

The Reconciliation bill, currently being debated in Congress, won’t ‘fix’ anything and Phillip Kerpen, writing at FoxNews.com gives five reasons why: First and worst, the bill hikes the investment tax on capital gains and dividends. That’s the most anti-growth tax hike possible. The Reconciliation Act creates a new 3.8 percent Medicare tax on single filers over $200,000 and married filers over $250,000. The rich? Not quite. This slams business owners and Read More...

The NFL yesterday voted to change the playoff overtime rules. Under the new system, the team that gets the ball first in overtime could win the game with a touchdown. If that team scores a field goal, the other club would have a chance to get a possession and tie the game with a field goal or win it with a touchdown. If that team gets a tying field goal, Read More...

Last year, after the May Council elections, the Democrats in Alexandria (my hometown) were SO steamed that they lost two seats in the election. They tried (and failed) to challenge new Councilwoman Alicia Hughes’ eligibility to serve and the lame duck members along with many of the current Democrats on Council voted to move the spring elections to November. In June, during the last public hearing of the last Council, Read More...

This is just plain brilliant. With Hollywood remakes occurring more and more often (see the upcoming Nightmare on Elm Street, Clash of the Titans, and Karate Kid as three examples), it is refreshing to see a clip like this. Every Hollywood story trick is in the clip. The comedy team of BriTaNicK is the brains behind this clip. You can see them this weekend in Austin at the South by Read More...

The great one, Mark Levin, gave a fantastic speech at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation library last Friday as part of the foundations ‘A Reagan Forum’ series. It’s a fantastic speech and well worth the 70+ minutes of your time. For more information on the ongoing works of President Reagan’s Foundation, visit them online. If you can, you can donate to the Foundation here. (H/T Mark Levin Show)