Podcast Show Notes
A $700 billion bail out for the troubled financial industry, but will it work?
Mitch McConnell is naive if he thinks the bill won’t be loaded down with pet projects.
Plus Obama’s misleading response to an Independent group’s abortion ad and their response to him.
Did Obama turn down a plush wall-street opportunity? His former colleagues tell all. (Hat Tip: Michelle Malkin.)
Plus, Obama’s defense of horse and buggy industries?
And isn’t Universal Voluntary National Service an oxymoron? (Hat Tip: Obama Watch.)
Plus, hope in Barack Obama’s gun-free Chicago: Kids’ greatest fear: being shot. (Hat Tip: Idaho Values Alliance.)
Why is the media only concerned with the privacy of terrorists whileblaming the victim in the case of Sarah Palin’s e-mail being hacked. (Hat Tip: Instapundit and Wizbang)
Unhinged liberals get angry because a TV reporter looks like Sarah Palin.
A college investigates a professor who handed out an anti-Palin assignment. (Hat Tip: Right Wing News.)
Democrats threaten the tax exempt status of an Iranian organization in order to get them to disinvite Palin. (Hat Tip: Wizbang.)
Suspected voter fraud by ACORN in North Carolina. (Hat Tip: Instapundit.)
ACORN goes to school. (Hat Tip: Michelle Malkin.)
1,100 fraudulent voter registration cards show up in New Mexico’s largest county. (Hat Tip: Malkin.)
A Vermont Attorney General’s Platform: Prosecute President Bush for murder! (Hat Tip: Jules Crittenden.)
While our Congress is in fiscal crisis, Harry Reid works to preserve earmarks. (Hat Tip: Instapundit.)
Why the House energy bill won’t work according to one member of Congress.
Our second Amendment update: Americans using the right to keep and bear arms to defend their property and their lives.
A Florida Democratic Congressman’s son charged with human trafficking.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal’s superb leadership through hurricane seasons. (Hat Tip: The Corner.)
While consecreting homosexual bishops the U.S. Episcopal Church defrocks a traditionalist.
Southern Baptist provided vital relief work including half a million meals per day in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike.
Plus, think secularism will make us more rational? Non-Religious folks are more superstitious than Christians according to a new study. (Hat Tip: The Corner.)