Politics Makes Strange Bedfellows. OWS Makes Dangerous, Violent Ones
Michelle Malkin, Red County
The next stage of the Aimless Occupation of America is upon us: On Wednesday, rabble-rousers in the San Francisco Bay Area will walk off jobs they don’t have and encourage everyone else around the country to abandon work to protest high unemployment.
GOP Wastes Obamacare Opportunity
Micahel Tanner, National Review Online
Yet Republicans have seemed strangely quiet about the issue of late. So much so, in fact, that the Washington Times was led to wonder if Republicans have “given up” on repeal. There certainly does not appear to be much evidence that Republicans are still making repeal a top priority.
Did Congress Authorize the Obama Refi’s?
“Some of those things that are being advocated for us to do really go beyond what Congress has given us the authority to do,” said FHFA director Edward DeMarco.
Uh oh: Witness found to Cain incidents?
Could Wilson be more than just a witness in this story? Could he be a source? It could just be a coincidence that a witness to these alleged incidents did work for an organization pushing Perry, and that the story mysteriously got to Politico as Cain took support away from Perry in mid-October. If he is the source, then conducting an interview on the topic has to be one of the dumber political moves I’ve seen.
He could knock ’em dead at the Gridiron Dinner.
Herman Cain Sings “I Must Tell Jesus”
Born On This Day
1734 – Daniel Boone American explorer (d. 1820)
1755 – Marie Antoinette, Queen of France (d. 1793)
1795 – James Knox Polk, 11th President of the United States (d. 1849)
1913 – Burt Lancaster, American actor (d. 1994)
1934 – Bill Gothard, American minister and speaker
1938 – Pat Buchanan, American journalist and politician
1942 – Stefanie Powers, American actress
1961 – k.d. lang, Canadian musician