The Daily Grind: The Tears of Wisconsin Unions Sustain Us
7:30 AM, Mar 10, 2011 • By MARK HEMINGWAY
You know, for all the Soros money shoveled at Media Matters for America, it's really quite a monument to what a bunch of hapless ideologues run the place that they have absolutely nothing to show for it.
"Up to 4,947 non-citizens may have voted in Colorado in November 2010"
Sometimes I wonder if the people that write for Huffington Post are aware there's an election next year: "Obama Should Endorse Same-Sex Marriages for Immigration Purposes."
"[64 percent] was the highest number of people in an Ipsos poll who think the country on the wrong track since Obama took office in January 2009."
Megan McArdle has taken up the totally radical, discrediting position that we should be able to fire bad teachers without spending housands and thousands in legal fees. Where does she get such crazy ideas?
Hitchens on Egypt: "What I Don’t See at the Revolution"
Tyler Cowen on the common mistakes of left-wing economists and the common mistakes of right-wing and market-oriented economists.
For the first time in a few weeks, I'm compelled to use the word "winning" in a non-ironic refence to Charlie Sheen. How unhappy are Wisconsin unions right now? This unhappy: