Because There Are Only So Many Hours In A Day


There just aren’t enough hours in the day to keep up with the political goings on, so here’s another post rounding up the news I’ve missed that I still think is important. (Hey, don’t complain – I still managed 12 other posts today, in addition to going to work and then the end-of-season wrestling dinner for the boys! Plus, I have a book I really want to finish and I’m missing Survivor.)

It looks like NPR executives aren’t the only ones who met with millionaire Muslims wanting to make a donation. The Other McCain has the scoop about how PBS got caught up in it too. Oh yeah, those progressives are brilliant.

What’s with all the outrage over Rep. Peter King’s investigation into the radicalization of Muslims? He’s not going after all Muslims, only the radical ones. Find out more at Weasel Zippers.

Roseanne Barr must be jealous of all the attention being paid to crazy Charlie Sheen, so she’s giving him a run for his money. Check it out at That Mr G Guy’s Blog.

Speaking of Charlie Sheen, the other day an article about how the Chinese view our culture caught my eye, but I was too busy to post anything about it. Be sure to read Da TechGuy’s post on the subject. Then read a post I did a while back about Antonio Gramsci. It’s all going according to plan.

Maggie’s Notebook has more on our culture, and what’s going on with the Girl Scouts.

Did you know that the White House forced the NLRB to remove a post criticizing House Republicans for trying to strip away a little bit of their funding? Find out why at Labor Union Report.

Don’t expect a deal on the budget in the United States Senate anytime soon. Senator Chuck Schumer says he wants to see tax hikes. Find out more at American Spectator.

The NRCC released this video showing how Washington Democrats are living in the past when it comes to the budget.

Newt Gingrich blames the mistakes he’s made in his personal life on the hard work he was doing for our country. Lame. Read about it at Hot Air.

President Obama is having another party tonight. It’s about sports, so hopefully he’ll take a night off from his class warfare rhetoric. Last night, at the 5,000 to 50,000 per plate fundraiser was bad enough. Oh, and he also called on spending more money.

More on the foreclosure mess and what Republicans call “regulatory shakedown” can be found at the LA Times.

Peter Pitts wrote about the “1984” style nightmare of Obamacare. Unfortunately, unless the law isn’t repealed it’s a nightmare we won’t wake up from.

If you’re wondering why the cost of gas is so high, read this post at American Thinker. Hint: It’s by design.

That’s all for now, folks.