- (CNS News) Obama: ‘We would not be a great country’ without government entitlements – Translation: We are not a great country unless all citizens are under Big Brother’s boot.
- (Los Angeles Times) Obama approval rating hits five-month low in Gallup poll
- (Todd Feinburg) Obama admits he was too dumb to be a Senator – When will he admit he’s too dumb to be POTUS?
- (Jeffrey Kuhner) Trump poll triumph built on doubting Obama’s birth – Who says this is a loser of an issue? The American people, in growing numbers, are expressing that they want to be certain their president is one of them.
- (Anthony Martin) Interesting new face surfaces among possible presidential contenders – I like Sen. Tom Coburn, but I’m not seeing it.
- (Randy’s Right) Internet user arrested by Homeland Security for linking to other websites – This appears to be a legitimate copyright +violation issue, but DHS is walking down a really slippery slope, at the very least. (And begs the question of why DHS is handling copyright violations, as opposed to local and state police, et al.) Are all of us who have blogs, or tweet, and link to various sites (in other words, just about everyone on the Internet) going to be considered criminals? Doubtful, but the precedent is being set, and that alone is scary enough.
- (Baptist Press) National Day of Prayer upheld by 7th Circuit
- (Mitch Albom) Spring is here, so is Johan Franzen’s ‘A’ game
- (Sacramento Bee) Sacramento Kings fans give their all, maybe for a last time