Here are today's top stories on NetRight Nation and other relevant information:
Obama: More Regulation and Redistribution Will End The Business Cycle: Obama calls for regulation and redistribution to solve the economic crisis in this video.
Tiger, Tiger Burning Bright: This past Tuesday, the people of Alaska decided it was time to close the chapter on Sen. Ted Stevens (R-AK), who leaves as the longest-serving Republican in the Senate’s history. But not all in the GOP are saddened by the impending end of Mr. Stevens 40- year sojourn. Nor should they be.
New Hampshire Fight For Tax Cap: Despite being reviewed and approved by 3 state agencies, and the ballot group who put the initiative up for referendum bending over backwards to oblige the city council, Concord City Solicitor Paul Cavanaugh has challenged a tax and spending restriction charter amendment for the city in the Merrimack Superior Court.
Policy Based On Fallcy, Not Prophecy: The recent revelation that the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) lacks the quality control necessary to ensure accurate temperature data has thrown yet another bucket of cold water onto the global warming debate.