Good Reading From The Week
First, Common Folk Using Common Sense has facts about taxes, and who pays them. Once again the budget numbers show an inconvenient truth (for the left), the rich pay the taxes, the lower middle class and poor pay damn little, and the middle class (federal income) tax burden has gone down. All you have to do is the math, which if you went to a public school could be an issue.
Bruno at Extreme Wisdom has an outstanding piece, with references (1.7 meg PDF), on how to win the global warming debate. Al Gore shouldn't read it, since it show the UN (and US) science is flawed, shows what law of physics has to be broken for Gore's arguements to be true, and how the sun's roll in the Earth's temperature was completely avoided in calculating global climate change.
For something funny, visit Mark at Knockin' On The Golden Door. He's got pictures from "Knitting For Psychopaths". My wife found it hillarious since everyone in her office wants her to crochet something for them (even a bikini!). We figure if she works on one of the projects on that website everyone will leave her alone.
Charlie Sykes latest column for CNI papers gives some good advice to the GOP on what their priorities should be in the next few years.
Greyhawk at Mudville Gazette has some interesting stuff on Nancy Pelosi and her use of John Murtha, to keep the President's "National Strategy for Victory In Iraq" from being a news story.
(All the liberals that actually read that document before declaring there is no strategy please raise your hands.)
Also, Rachel is having some problems getting batteries out of a cylindrical object, can anyone help the poor girl?
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