I took a short gambol through The National Review this morning. Some small sadness, some recriminations, and then the frothing from Preventing National Suicide.
Was it only me that thought McCain's and Conservative criticism of Obama applied even better to them? Or when it did not apply better to themselves, that the criticism had no place in reality? It just seems like so much frothing at the mouth to me.
Obama shares one quality with Tony Blair - English is not a second language to either.
Law360 Interview with Acting Head of FTC's Consumer Protection Bureau Thomas Pahl - Here. Excerpt: In the area of national advertising, Pahl listed three priorities that indicate a return to a more traditional, conservative approach to law...
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