Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com Neil Cavuto puts the I-Man in his place for “hating on capitalism.” If you missed it, this was a classic exchange between the two. Now that Andy Parks is gone at WMAL, at least there’s Imus to keep me entertained in the morning.
Archive | April, 2010
By a bipartisan vote of 402-15, the U.S. House of Representatives voted today to block a Congressional pay increase. However, Congressman Jim Moran of Virginia’s 8th District was one of only 15 Congressmen to vote in favor of raising their own pay. In response to Moran’s vote, Matthew Berry, Republican candidate for Congress in Virginia’s 8th District, […]
Say it isn’t so! Sacrebleu! I was in Whole Foods Market in Old Town Alexandria tonight when I came across an old friend who mentioned to me that Andy Parks had been fired at WMAL. As I stood there in shock listening to how shocked she was at the news, I thought to myself I […]
Watching Jamie Oliver’s recent Food Revolution on ABC really opened my eyes to a lot of things especially how important it is to have fresh food. Jamie went into Huntington, WV, considered one of the fattest cities in the USA in 2008, and really opened my eyes to a HUGE problem facing America – obesity. […]
School lunches have been called many things, but a group of retired military officers is giving them a new label: national security threat. Newsmax Health reports: That’s not a reference to the mystery meat served up in the cafeteria line, either. The retired officers are saying that school lunches have helped make the nation’s young […]
And the media says the Tea Party crowd is supposed to be the violent group? The fight over Senate Bill 1070 took to the streets of downtown Phoenix, as riot Police were called to the Capitol to control an unruly group of protesters. Witnesses say a group protesting against SB1070 began to fight with a […]
Want to know how a Conservative views the Government’s role in helping the poor? This is classic Milton Friedman from a 1978 appearance at Stanford University. (H/T Professor Mark Perry’s excellent Carpe Diem blog)