Health care reform “will raise taxes on American families by $400 billion,” according to Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell:
78 percent of all jobs lost during this recession were held by men
The presence of homosexual characters on broadcast TV has sharply increased.
The British National Health Service comprises 20 percent of all government spending.
Former UN ambassador John Bolton says a “military strike on Iran” is now “very likely.”
Glenn Beck says the decision by Arizona State University to withhold an honorary degree from rookie president Obama now stands in stark contrast to the Nobel Peace Prize committee’s decision.
The recession is hurting Planned Parenthood, the ACLU, and the Vegas gambling scene.
This Sunday in Washington, thousands of homosexuals will hold a big rally in favor of special rights. On the same day in Phoenix, thousands will walk or run a 5-kilometer course to raise money for Planned Parenthood and its best friend, the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Fred Barnes of the Weekly Standard estimates that Republicans will win 15 to 25 House seats in the 2010 election – not enough to regain control, but putting them well on their way.
Illegitimate births in the U.S. are 40 times higher than in South Korea.
Since Obama became prez, the U.S. is surrendering control of the Internet, and the dollar is on the verge of being replaced as the worldwide currency standard for the first time in 60 years.