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Hugh Hewitt: One of the Best Sources For Conservative Activists

Posted by Mark on March 19, 2010

I’ve listened to Hugh Hewitt for years. He is not on radio here in Oklahoma, but thanks to the internet, all radio is local. A law professor and radio host, he was the first to see blogging as more than a passing fad, and still one of the best sources of info and conservative activism around.

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Hugh Hewitt: One of the Best Sources For Conservative Activists

Posted by Mark on March 19, 2010

I’ve listened to Hugh Hewitt for years. He is not on radio here in Oklahoma, but thanks to the internet, all radio is local. A law professor and radio host, he was the first to see blogging as more than a passing fad, and still one of the best sources of info and conservative activism around.

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Looks Like Tomorrow Will Be a Great Day to Blog

Posted by Mark on March 19, 2010

US Current Weather
The Blizzard of March 2010 is on it’s way. Hopefully, this is winter’s last gasp.

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Democrats Need to Watch This…

Posted by Mark on March 19, 2010

…especially Nancy Pelosi, as it is about to happen again.
Dick Gephardt showed grace and class. Pelosi has neither.
If they think we will forget this weekend, then they are bigger fools than they appear.

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The Breach

Posted by Mark on March 19, 2010

As I watch the Democrats continue their unending death march, I keep seeing similarities to the Republicans who continued to go after Clinton even when the polls were against them. The Breach is one of the best looks at both sides of the Impeachment fiasco. History has a tendency to repeat itself until we learn its lessons.

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A Dose of Truth from a Real American Heroine

Posted by Mark on March 19, 2010

Ingrid Martin didn’t have to say anything. She could have kept her mouth shut. Thank God she didn’t. She took on the President, and “spoke truth to power.” Isn’t that the phrase the liberals used back in the sixties? 

I crossed my hand and bit my lips a couple of time, and when he made his Medicare claim I said ‘no, no, no,’ ” she told me yesterday.

“ ‘Yes, sir, I’m fine,’ I told him. ‘I just don’t support your bill,’ ” she said. “And at that point, security and everyone stopped.”While she kept her reactions more in line with Justice Sam Alito’s, the president must have noticed. As he shook hands after the speech, he asked her, “Are you OK?”

And so it came to pass that, for two minutes, Obama and an informed citizen who doesn’t support his plan shared some straight talk. Well, Martin talked straight, anyway.

“He asked me what I would do, and I said the problem is that he’s doing insurance reform, but the problem is really the cost of medical care itself. I said we should fix things that are driving costs up, like defensive medicine and the need for tort reform,” she said. “He told me the bill handled all that, and I said ‘Well, I don’t believe it.’ ”

Ingrid Martin, of Brunswick, Ohio, called out the president of the United States. And at his own pep rally, to boot. “Oh my gosh, I’m calling the president a liar,” she said afterward.

About time someone did. 

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The Corner – National Review Online

Posted by Mark on March 19, 2010

This represents 3 strikes: Arrogant. Ignorant. Incompetent. That fits the unHoly Trinity of Obama, Pelosi and Reid.

During a press conference held by eleven Congressional GOP doctors today, Rep. Paul Broun (R., Ga.) had harsh words for Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.)

“I have three simple questions Ms Pelosi,” said Rep. Paul Broun, R-Ga. “Are you so arrogant that you think you know what’s best for the American people? Are you so ignorant that you are oblivious to the wishes of the American people? And are you so incompetent that you are going to ignore the Constitution of the United States, use tricks, deceptions, bald faced lies to try to ram down the throat of the American people something that they do not want and is going to be absolutely worse for their healthcare?”

The Corner – National Review Online

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