“Kerry warns North Korea.” That’s what all the headlines are saying. Really? Here’s Kerry’s warning: If Kim Jong-un decides to launch a missile, whether it is across the Sea of Japan or some other direction, he will be choosing willfully to ignore the entire international community. I would say ahead of time that it is a huge mistake for him to choose to do that
Lucky folks. It’s almost April 15. Have you made your contribution? H/T to Powerline.
All White House officials will be subject to furloughs beginning with the May 1st pay period, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said today. “Everyone in the White House office will be affected,” Carney said. But he suggested that senior officials might have it worse. According to Carney, so-called “commissioned officers,” including him, are not permitted to take leave and will therefore receive a dock
Oops. From Bloomberg News: Costs for a network of health-insurance exchanges, a core part of the Affordable Care Act, have swelled to $4.4 billion for fiscal 2012 and 2013 combined, and will reach $5.7 billion in 2014, according to the budget President Barack Obama yesterday sent to Congress. That spending would be more than double initial projections, even though less than half the 50 U.S.
There’s a video floating around of Margaret Thatcher unabashedly refusing to comply with a talk show host’s gimmick, which is to have guests jump in place. It occurred to me how different this is from the cloying eagerness of modern American politicians to leap through any degrading hoop as ordered to reassure the American public that they are just like them. Have a look at how
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