Afghanistan Voter Fraud and the Black Panthers – Dick Young
After the recent parliamentary vote that received very little attendance, Afghanistan is waiting for the flood of voter fraud complaints to come in. The Electoral Complaints Commission reported 702 complaints in the first day alone. My guess is that it will cost millions, if not billions to investigate the claims of voter fraud in Afghanistan. Of course that money will be bankrolled by the United States. It’s amazing though that America will pay for the investigations of voter fraud all over Afghanistan, but won’t finish an investigation into voter intimidation in Philadelphia by two New Black Panthers. It certainly seems more like a lack of will than a lack of resources that is causing the Department of Justice, led by radical Attorney General Eric Holder, to shuffle along on the New Black Panther investigation.
Estate Tax – E.J. Smith
Leave it to Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi to do everything in their power to avoid a vote on taxes before the November election. Since their stimulus didn’t work they need more of your money for their pet redistribution projects. How about permanently repealing the estate tax? That would be a perfect place to start. The liberal wing of the Senate wants more than half of your wealth when you die. Two-thirds to be exact, according to the Senate Responsible Death Tax Act. And if it passes they’re not going to stop there.
Commentary by Timothy Jones on Amnesty Vote in Senate Today (Tuesday) by Connie Hair, Human Events
Harry Reid is trying to jam through a Defense Spending bill with a quasi-amnesty amendment buried at the bottom. By cutting debate as short as he can, Reid is attempting to bypass the legislative process and force the GOP into either voting for defense spending and amnesty or against defense spending and amnesty. These types of political games are what Americans have come to expect from Harry Reid. Just one more reason for conservatives to put Reid into early retirement in November.
Commentary by Timothy Jones on Corporate Political Giving Swings Toward the GOP by Brody Mullins and Alicia Mundy, The Wall Street Journal
Corporate political action committee are known for sending money to the party they think will win. This is a good sign for the GOP.