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  • Day of Reckoning For gun control proponents and opponents a lot is riding on a former security guard for the Supreme Court Annex. Next Tuesday , the Supreme Court will hear arguments over whether the District of Columbia's ban on handguns and its requirement that any rifles or shotguns remain locked violates the plaintiff, Dick Heller's, constitutional rights. (Via Conservative Libertarian)

  • No Do Over White House Democrats in Florida Nix re-do. (Via Right Voices)

  • It Still Won't Be Enough Great op-ed in WSJ by Andrew Biggs of the American Enterprise Institute (a conservative think tank) about how Barack Obama's plan to impose the Social Security Taxes on those earning over $200,000 will be not only one of the largest in history, but also won't even begin to solve the problem. (Via Ankle Biting Pundits)

  • 2009 House Budget An analysis of the House Budget Resolution for FY (H.CON.RES.312) reveals that the U.S. economy will suffer huge losses in gross domestic product (GDP), job creation and personal income if implemented. (Via Ankle Biting Pundits)

  • The BIGGEST Loser LA Times loses biggest share of circulation in the US. And they still don't get it. (Via Patterico)

  • Could it be incompetence? Boomer over at Right Wing Squadron wants to know why the Dems think they can run the country when they can't even contorl their own primary election process? (Via Right Wing Squadron)

  • Monsters have minds of their own Having a monster of your own making turn on you is always a tragedy, isn't it? (Via Southern Appeal)

  • DUH! Antiwar reporting encourages terrorists. Ya think? (Via LGF)

  • America The Bone Headed Just when you thought Americans couldn't possibly become any more stupid. (Via Cold Fury)

  • Don't Swiftboat Me Bro Awwww temper temper Mr. John Kerry, you're not out of the spotlight yet. (Via Six Meat Buffet)


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    Comments (3)

    I hadn't checked Southern A... (Below threshold)

    I hadn't checked Southern Appeal very often since my old pal "Bama Jim" Dunn ("JD") left and started his own blog some time ago. Still have it bookmarked, though, and I'll be sure to start checking in more regularly.

    Thanks for the reminder!

    "DUH! Antiwar reporting enc... (Below threshold)
    Scrapiron:

    "DUH! Antiwar reporting encourages terrorists. Ya think? (Via LGF)" That means the media types are directly responsible for the death of over 400 Ameican soldiers. I though the number was higher but guess I'll have to take the word of one of, if not, the most liberal democrat left wing anti-american colleges that exist today. DUH: Democrats take notice of the blood of Amerian soldiers on your hands.

    Newspaper circulation is do... (Below threshold)

    Newspaper circulation is down not because of the crap they print but because that crap is outdated long before it leaves the printing press. The web and cable news provide much faster forms of lies and deception for the masses.




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