Monthly Archives: March 2011

Inflation

It isn’t your imagination that everything costs more. Of course, we all see it plain as day at the gas pumps. And every trip to the grocery store generally reminds us too when we take a $6 loaf of bread … Continue reading

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Lynn Woolsey’s 2010 opponent speaks out on education and shrinking budgets…

Yesterday’s print edition of The Press Democrat included a “Close to Home” Guest Opinion entitled “Making students the focus” by former 6th District congressional candidate Jim Judd. In a slightly longer form, one can also read it on the newspaper’s website at this … Continue reading

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Lynn Woolsey “defends” NPR

First, check out Lynn Woolsey’s speech video on It’s the Constitution Baby!  You can also read the text here. I’ll just quote the last bit: And the idea that we need to give up this cherished public resource because of something … Continue reading

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Does Lynn Woolsey act like Lindsay Lohan?

Michelle Malkin thinks she does: A grown woman in public office who acts like Lindsay Lohan has no business comparing one of America’s finest generals to Charlie Sheen. But anti-war Democratic Rep. Lynn Woolsey of California has never shown any … Continue reading

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Tack on 2 TRILLION more to the long-term deficit…

According to the CBO, President Barack Obama’s budget released Friday says the White House underestimates future budget deficits by more than $2 trillion over the upcoming decade. The estimate from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says that if Obama’s February … Continue reading

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“Behold! Your Public Sector Unions at Work.”

As I mentioned in “Another look at who has contributed to Lynn Woolsey,” public sector unions figure prominently in her contributors database. Many people are not sure why public sector unions are different from private sector unions and why public … Continue reading

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62% support repeal of ObamaCare

According to this latest Rasmussen poll: 62% favor repeal of the health care law, including 51% who Strongly Favor it. Only 33% of voters oppose repeal, with 24% who are Strongly Opposed.  (To see survey question wording, click here.)Support for repeal … Continue reading

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