LinkSwarm for March 5, 2013
Had a busy weekend, so here’s a late LinkSwarm:
Liberals are casting their greedy gaze on your 401K,
Charles Krauthammer: Hail Armageddon!
As Mark Steyn put it: “those Mayan guys only hold an apocalypse every few thousand years. Washington now has a Mayan apocalypse every six weeks, whether it’s the fiscal cliff or the debt ceiling, or now the sequestration…it’s talking about $44 billion dollars, or about what the United States government borrows every nine days.”
Americans speak English, but Washington speaks a strange dialect where increasing spending by $1 trillion dollars is “holding the line on spending”.
Obama’s weak hand on the sequester (though I disagree than gun control is a long-term winning issue).
News flash: ObamaCare is still unpopular.
The idea that there are more black men in prison than college? Bunk. (via Instapundit)
Student suspended for brandishing gun, threatening to shoot someone. Oh wait, no, the student was suspended for tackling the gunman. What the hell, Florida?
Syrian rebels take city of Raqqa.
The MSM idea of objectivity: quoting a Paul Sadler employee as a neutral observer on Ted Cruz.
Speaking of Cruz, he continues to garner a superb list of enemies.
Cruz will also be the keynote speaker at CPAC.
Groupon’s gun-hating, money-losing CEO got fired.
Tags: Budget, Charles Krauthammer, CPAC, Crime, deficits, gun control, Mark Steyn, ObamaCare, Sequester, Syria, Ted Cruz, Texas