Tuesday Apr 15
The American Prospect
Strike a Pose
One of the central dynamics of American politics in the last few decades has been the sorting of the parties, the way that the Republican and Democratic coalitions have become ideologically clearer and more narrow.
NHDP - Scott Brown Launches "One Word" Campaign With More of the Same Phony Attacks
"Scott Brown made it clear last night that his entire campaign is about tearing down New Hampshire's Jeanne Shaheen with phony attacks about Obamacare.
Wall Street Journal
Best of the Web Today: 'Shut Up' Is No Argument
"The debate over repealing this law is over," President Obama declared last Tuesday in reference to ObamaCare.
The Papillion Times
World-Herald editorial: Pay-as-you-go has worked well
Matthew Livers and Nick Sampson were jailed for several months following the shotgun murders of Livers' aunt and uncle, Wayne and Sharmon Stock of Murdock, Neb.
Berkshire Hathaway Is Undervalued By 15%
Berkshire Hathaway will not repeat the 19.8% returns it enjoyed from 1964-2011 due to its size and because it has already bought up many of the most desirable investment opportunities in the marketplace.
Retired barber still busy cutting hair at VA shop
In this photo taken on March 21, 2014, a sign on Robert Taylor's shop door in Lincoln, Neb., says he will be gone next week to attend the Korea War Veterans Honor Flight in Washington D.C. Taylor, a Korean war veteran, has been the barber at Lincoln's VA community-based outpatient clinic for 19 years.
2014 looks as bad for Democrats as 2012, and how did that year turn out?
When Human Events last looked at the 35 states in which voters are choosing U.S. Senators this fall, we concluded that "Republicans are brimming with confidence about gaining at least the four seats they need" to turn the Senate's present 53-to-47 seat Democratic edge into a GOP majority.
Accuracy In Media
Obamacare's Tough Day in Court
Since its passage, a number of lawsuits have attempted to undermine Obamacare as a law, with varying degrees of success.
Court Will Decide If ACA Language Bars Health Subsidies In 34 States
While hundreds of people were rallying for religious liberty on a snowy day outside the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday, there were heated arguments inside a D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals courtroom a few blocks away, both involving challenges to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
In These Times
Keystone XL Gets Electoral
In the eyes of political consultants and party operatives, environmentalists in the United States are mostly urbanites who sip espresso and oddballs who dabble in other substances.