Posts Tagged ‘fraud’

Toys for Pols


When Chris Dodd announced he wouldn’t seek another term in the Senate, Democrats were relieved. Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, a popular Democrat, was expected to cruise into the seat, while Dodd’s reelection chances had looked shaky. Now, things aren’t quite so rosy for the bad guys. “We have learned something important since the days […]

Death Panels


From the Wall Street Journal comes word of Death Panels in the ObamaCare legislation. Death Panels. They don’t call them that – of course – but that’s what they are. As usual, the most dangerous parts of ObamaCare aren’t receiving the scrutiny they deserve—and one of the least examined is a new commission to tell […]

Award Winner?


What is the most ridiculous argument the President has offered in support of his health care proposals? “Reducing the waste and inefficiency in Medicare and Medicaid will pay for most of this plan,” Obama said. Now, that’s incredible.

Bag for Obama


Most of the liberal/radical power structure of America is in the bag for Obama – willing to let his adoption of the most detested Bush policies proceed without objection. President Obama’s proposal for a new legal system in which terrorism suspects could be held in “prolonged detention” inside the United States without trial would be […]

Fraud Squad


Could there be any bigger frauds than the members of congress who voted for this useless piece of political grandstanding? Acting with lightning speed, the Democratic-led House has approved a bill to slap punishing taxes on big employee bonuses from firms bailed out by taxpayers.The vote was 328-93. So if you’re a British citizen working […]

President Obama was so tedious during his first prime time press conference last week that his staff wants to make sure it doesn’t happen again. So they’re looking for ways to yell at him – in the middle of his remarks. … the White House is looking to install a small video or computer screen […]

Circle Game


When bad times come, movie scripts write themselves. Some of America’s wealthiest socialites were facing ruin last night after the arrest of a Wall Street big hitter accused of the largest investor swindle perpetrated by one man. The good times have been tough to kill – the fates reluctant, perhaps, to let go of such […]