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Water Cooler Archive: September 2010

  • Attendees at administration event bring terror ties?

    Last week, media reports surfaced that the Obama administration sponsored workshops for controversial Muslim organizations last Tuesday that would help the groups gain “direct access” to government programs. The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) is cited as one of the sponsors of the event in an email from Islamic Society of North America about the event. Published September 8 2010

  • White House plays name games with new economic bailout proposal

    When the administration can't even get MSNBC on their side when it comes to repackaging a failed message on their new massive economic bailout package, the White House should know it is in for a bumpy ride. Published September 7 2010

  • Off the beaten path online: Ex-leader of abortion clinic charged in bomb scare...

    Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Ex-leader of abortion clinic charged in bomb scare, Political fables, Teen: Security told me to remove U.S. flags. Published September 6 2010

  • Dems ‘recovery summer’ destined to fall

    Gong towards the official end of summer this weekend, Democrats scramble to re-work their failed economic message known as “recovery summer.” While the private sector added 67,000 jobs, it is only a drop in the bucket. As usual, the administration and its friends in Washington over-promised under-delivered on any strategy that could help improve America’s economic environment. Published September 3 2010

  • VIDEO - Walpingate judge to AG Holder: I've got your back

    Above is the video of the Vassar College speech this year at which U.S. District Court Judge Richard Roberts and Attorney General Eric Holder traded deep, hearty, extravagant compliments interspersed with much jocularity about their decades of close friendship -- as referenced in today's Washington Times editorial. Published September 2 2010

  • Oil rig explosion follows judge's ruling to overturn drilling ban

    Another oil rig explosion in the Gulf Coast of Mexico happened today 80 miles off the coast of Louisiana. Published September 2 2010

  • Off the beaten path online: Tax dollars for Muslims...

    Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Tax dollars for Muslims, Olbermann sarcastically ‘thanks’ Bush for starting troop withdrawal, Joe Miller's upset win spurs tea party challenge to GOP. Published September 2 2010

  • Author David Limbaugh discusses new best selling book, 'Crimes Against Liberty'

    David Limbaugh, an attorney and nationally syndicated columnist, just released his fourth New York Times best seller titled Crimes Against Liberty (Regnery Publishing, Inc.). Mr. Limbaugh, brother of radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh, also saw his book reach number one on the New York Times list on Wednesday. I spoke with David Limbaugh on Wednesday about his new book and his thoughts on the Obama administration and their allies on the Hill. Published September 2 2010

  • Obama's Iraq speech reverts to domestic policy agenda

    President Barack Obama, in his speech on Tuesday night on the Iraq war mission and pull out troops, attempted to play both sides and it came off pretty miserably. He did not seem comfortable giving an argument for a war he campaigned against, but he found ways to slip in liberal Democratic issues, which had little to do with the accomplished mission in Iraq. Published September 1 2010