And he wonders why he’s called #Baghdad Bob

I could only watch so much of Press Secretary Mohammed Saeed al-Sahhaf Jay Carney’s blatantly obvious lies concerning the e-mails showing that the White House had Susan Rice deliberately lie about the Benghazi attacks: It’s plain as day: they were trying to limit the political damage a month before the President’s re-election, and everybody knows …

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Economics 101: When government is friendly to business, business gets done and jobs are created

From, believe it or not, The Washington Post: Texas isn’t just leading the nation in job growth — it’s doing it more equitably, too By NIRAJ CHOKSHI | March 7 at 6:00 am Underestimate Texas at your own peril. You might be inclined to think that the Lone Star state is bad at creating good jobs. …

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You can’t get away with lying about things in the public record

State Senator Wendy Davis (D-TX-10th District) made quite a name for herself with her filibuster of pro-life legislation in Texas. Her filibuster succeeded, initially, but Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) called a special session of the state legislature, and got the legislation passed anyway. Nevertheless, with her new-found fame, the lovely Mrs Davis has decided to …

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Rick Perry for President?

Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) announced yesterday that this will be his last term in office; he will not run for re-election in 2014. From almost the moment of his announcement, the pundits were telling us that he’s preparing to run for president in 2016, though they were also very good at telling us what a …

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Rick Perry says to firearms manufacturers, “C’mon down!”

Long-time readers of THE FIRST STREET JOURNAL may recall that my support for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination initially went to Governor Rick Perry (R-TX). Governor Perry proved to be a poor candidate, but he has remained a great governor, and would certainly have made a better president than the man who holds that position …

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U.S. gift of F-16 fighters headed to Egypt to Bite Us in the Ass Later

This has to be the worst thing Obama has ever done since 1/20/09. Face it, Morsi will have no problem using these against Israel. The White House muslim has taken this a step too far. Didn’t the WH muslim tell us years ago Mubarek had suppressed and destroyed the Muslim Brotherhood? Well, another Lie. This …

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What, the Democrats commit vote fraud? Nahhh, never happens!

There it was, on the front page of The Philadelphia Inquirer: Romney scored 0 in some city zones Miriam Hill, Andrew Seidman, and John Duchneskie, Inquirer Staff Writers Posted: Monday, November 12, 2012, 5:30 AM It’s one thing for a Democratic presidential candidate to dominate a Democratic city like Philadelphia, but check out this head-spinning …

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From around the blogroll

Let’s see, we have run a deficit of over a trillion dollars every year that Barack Hussein Obama has been our President, and if the Congress doesn’t agree to do something about the upcoming “fiscal cliff,” federal spending will be reduced by roughly $300 billion for FY 2013, sowhat better time for federal government workers …

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America was put to the test, and failed

Remember this clip from Senator Barack Hussein Obama (D-IL), from during the 2008 campaign? In it, the junior senator from Illinois said that it was “irresponsible” and “unpatriotic” of President Bush to have added $4 trillion to the national debt in eight years.1 How, then, how is adding $5.587 trillion to the national debt in …

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