The talk over whether tax cuts are enough is ramping up as the GOP comes to grips with the fact that its economic plans have not in recent years delivered the results it would like at the presidential level.
There are many reasons Netanyahu and Obama don’t get along. Naturally, Obama and his supporters think it’s because Obama has all the great liberal qualities they think Netanyahu lacks. But perhaps they should instead consider how the Obama Administration’s arrogance and incompetence poisoned relations between the two governments from the get-go.
William Temple, a pastor from Georgia and tea party activist, says he will lead a walk out on Jeb Bush on Friday at CPAC by waving his Gadsen flag. He predicts that several hundred attendees will join him.
This tweet, and others, before and during the St. Louis-Boston World Series led to the tweeter being prosecuted for allegedly posting terroristic threats (because of the allusions to the Boston Marathon bombing). That prosecution was improper, the Missouri Court of Appeals rules.
The principal was entitled to tell the pledge leaders to stop saying the “if they’d like to.” But the “if they’d like to” simply reflects a 72-year-old First Amendment decision: Students really don’t have to say the Pledge if they don’t want to.