Thursday, November 4, 2010
There is a split on the right. The Elite Repubs and the Tea Partiers. The Tea Partiers could split from the repubs very quickly if they do not control spending.
Graham and Lott launch a broadside on conservatives.
"I have learned a great deal from Marxism, as I do not hesitate to admit. The difference between them and myself is that I have really put into practice what these peddlers and penpushers have timidly begun...I had only to develop logically what Social Democracy repeatedly failed in because of its attempt to realize its evolution within the framework of democracy. National Socialism is what Marxism might have been if it could have broken its absurd and artificial ties with the democratic order." -- Hitler to Rauschning, The Voice of Destruction, pg. 186
This seems to be something one would notice. Must be in DC and NY. Not “perceiving” it here in Texas.
The New York Times has just reported on a new trend towards what's sometimes known as soap-dodging. Among those who have cut down on daily showers, baths or hair-washing were a woman who swipes a sliced lemon under her armpits instead of deodorant, another who uses baby wipes to freshen up after her lunchtime runs, and a salesman who shampoos only once a month and gave up anti-perspirant for three years.
Al-Qaeda plane bomb 17 minutes from going off
One of the al-Qaeda plane bombs from the Yemen discovered by security services was disarmed just 17 minutes before it was set to go off, it has been claimed.
Anwar Al-Awlaki; America and the war on Yemen - talking about Omar Farooq
Scotland Yard explosives officers found a device hidden in a printer cartridge at East Midlands Airport around 2pm last Friday and another device was found in Dubai.
Scotland Yard explosives officers found a device hidden in a printer cartridge at East Midlands Airport around 2pm on Friday shortly after a similar device was found in Dubai.
Succeed in Kindergarten, and You’re Set for Life
Horizontal axis: Kindergarten test scores; Vertical Axis: Earnings of Same Individuals at Ages 25-27
This blog has discussed how ancient history of countries and peoples affects development today. Now a new paper shows that your own ancient history also matters: your scores on Kindergarten tests are a good predictor of your earnings as an adult, along with other good adult outcomes.
Beats 1974 post-Watergate high.
In letter to GOP colleagues, soon-to-be Speaker hails Tuesday's "repudiation of Big Government," lays out vision for leadership tenure.
Read more: http://thepage.time.com/#ixzz14LDOfJrF
McConnell pledges to "repeal repeatedly" health care legislation, reduce spending and fight "job-killing" policies during Thursday speech at the Heritage Foundation.
Minority Leader says it will be "interesting" to see how many Dems vote with GOP in the 112th during Thursday remarks at the Heritage Foundation.
Read more: http://thepage.time.com/#ixzz14LDlx0Ll
For example, Harry Reid, the conniving dealmaker, won. But Russ Feingold, the principled liberal, lost.
Obama’s home state of Illinois voted to send Republican Mark Kirk to the Senate. But the corrupt Democrat establishment managed to keep the governorship! Meanwhile, Obama-hating West Virginians elected a Democrat to the Senate.
The SAVE Act was a worthy piece of legislation that Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid never brought up for a vote. The Republican House should pass it, and dare the Senate to do the same.
The SAVE Act is a common-sense immigration enforcement bill. It would give employers the tools to ensure that they hire Americans, not illegal aliens. If implemented, it would substantially decrease unemployment among Americans, and make large numbers of illegal aliens “self-deport.”
The Act has bipartisan support. It was introduced by Congressmen Brian Billbray (D-CA) and Heath Shuler (D-NC), and Senator Mark Pryor (D-AR).
The Act had over 147 sponsors in the last Congress, with real bipartisan support from both parties. About 185 Congressmen signed a discharge petition to force Nancy Pelosi to allow a vote on the Act.
Organic Onions, Carrots and Potatoes Do Not Have Higher Levels of Healthful Antioxidants, Study Finds
ScienceDaily (Nov. 3, 2010) — With the demand for organically produced food increasing, scientists are reporting new evidence that organically grown onions, carrots, and potatoes generally do not have higher levels of healthful antioxidants and related substances than vegetables grown with traditional fertilizers and pesticides.