If President Barack Obama doesn’t like you – his government tends to make your life really, REALLY miserable. Ask Tea Party and conservative groups – when Obama’s Internal Revenue Service (IRS) isn’t harassing them, it is allowing them to endlessly languish unapproved. Ask reporters who report things in ways the President doesn’t like – his government spies on and investigates them. Ask the coal industry – Obama’s administration is unilaterally regulating it out of existence. And on, and on, and…
God bless Al Sharpton. I mean this. God bless him. This video above—this service Sharpton has done us—is final proof, it seals all deals, dissolves all doubt, that global warming is purely political.
Heartland Senior Fellow Benjamin Domenech was a guest Wednesday night on “All In with Chris Hayes” on MSNBC. Ben is rare among people who go on TV to talk: He actually endeavors to answer the questions he’s asked.
Chris Hayes says that the Tea Party faction and right-wing activists are “lying” to the American people and the Republican leadership in Washington. But Ben points out, rightly, that the bigger lie was that Obamacare was ready for prime time.
It may not be that surprising that during the current progressive administration the opposition has been dismissed as “racists” and “tea baggers…” Bottom line — no matter how big a tantrum the progressives throw, no matter how many names they call their opponents, no matter how badly they distort the facts, the probability of very many young healthy people signing up for coverage in California or anywhere else is extremely low.
Even for MSNBC — which obsesses over Sarah Palin’s every word and movement and casts them in the worst-possible light— this is more than a bit pathetic. Martin Bashir, who gained[…]
I’m grateful that MSNBC reached out this week to The Heartland Institute for an expert to talk about the voter-ID movement that is sweeping state legislatures. Judging from how Heartland’s[…]
Firebrand Ann Coulter isn’t everyone’s cup of Tea. I like her, because she does bring the real as she sees it. And her writing is … let’s say … a[…]
This headline notwithstanding, I have nothing against small-town columnists. I was one myself early in my five-stop newspaper career before coming to The Heartland Institute. The scope of one’s circulation[…]
Sam Karnick, one of the most perceptive writers and thinkers in the free-market movement, has some interesting things to say about the recent kerfuffle over Keef Uberegoman at the Infotech[…]
At the risk of getting kicked off a media query list, I just have to share this call for a subject of an interview. Here is the pitch, verbatim (minus[…]