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Deace’s Daily Top Three – February 25th, 2011

In National Politics on February 24, 2011 at 10:50 pm

My top three most interesting stories of the past 24 hours.

Treason never prospers, what’s the reason…Because when treason prospers none dare call it treason. For further evidence that what’s happening to America isn’t socialism but fascism, which is when big government and big business get into bad together, comes this story that also may explain why the private health insurance industry didn’t raise nearly the fuss over Obamacare as they did Hillarycare back in the day.

Huckabee takes aim at Romneycare…Joining a chorus of conservatives who are publicly criticizing the former Massachusetts governor for his Ted Kennedy-backed government healthcare plan called Romneycare, which included an Obamaesque mandate to purchase insurance and taxpayer-funded $50 abortions, MikeĀ Huckabee lays the smack down in his new book and its accompanying media tour. Of course, Huckabee and Romney were bitter campaign rivals in 2008 and could be again in 2012 (although I don’t think so).

Not so fast?…Earlier this week in this space we applauded the Pence Amendment in the U.S. Congress, which would have eliminated federal funding for Planned Parenthood. However, now comes word from our friends at American Right to Life that this effort isn’t all its cracked up to be. Read their report and determine for yourself what you think.

 

Deace’s Daily Top Three – February 14th, 2011

In Humor, National Politics on February 14, 2011 at 1:02 am

Top three stories that have caught my eye in the last 24 hours:

CPAC Winners & Losers…The annual Conservative Political Action Conference is losing its luster thanks to so many compromised leaders and its cozying up to the sodomy lobby, but it still is an event of some influence for the time being. To get a more objective summary of what happened this year you probably need to go to the enemy media camp, so I would recommend this report from The Washington Post.

Dallas Worst Super Bowl Site Ever…So says one of the few, the proud — sports writers who have persevered long enough to have covered all 45 of them like Jerry Green of The Detroit News.

Egalitarianism comes to Iowa State Wrestling TournamentI’m a father of two daughters who hopes they have the opportunity to maximize their God-given potential, but if they came to me wanting to wrestle I’d look at them the same way I’d look at my son if he came to me wanting to become a seamstress. How would you like to be the boy pinned by one of these girls? Something tells me we’ll see that kid down at the statehouse lobbying for more anti-bullying legislation one day.