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Addressing constitutional and legal issues in health care reform
Committee for Justice - Beyond the greater political debate concerning health care reform are constitutional and legal issues that are not being addressed by the proponents of the legislation, in terms of how health care legislation, if passed, would impact the legal system.
71% give Congress a poor rating
Rasmussen Reports - With the mood of the country's voters decidedly turned against incumbent politicians, it should come as no surprise that a recent poll showed 71% of those surveyed give Congress a 'poor' rating, which is the highest level of dissatisfaction ever recorded.
Steele's spending spree angers donors
Politico - As if RNC Chairman Michael Steele doesn't have enough problems trying to convince conservative donors that the GOP is serious about cutting government largesse, now he's taking heat for spending lavishly on Party events and entertainment.
He who holds the culture holds the future
Big Hollywood - Blogger Steven Crowder writes that the key to the future of America is not found in Washington (with politicians), but in the greater culture - and whoever wins the culture will win the future.
Texas GOP Primary: Perry 48%, Hutchison 27%, Medina 16%
Rasmussen Reports - As the Texas GOP race for governor draws to a close, Gov. Rick Perry has opened up a commanding lead on his challengers (Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison and Debra Medina), and nears the 50% needed to avoid a run-off election that would take place in April, if needed.
Conservatives celebrate a resurgent confidence
Baxter Bulletin - Political observer Chuck Raasch writes of the new attitude found amongst conservatives (as typified by last weekend's CPAC meeting), one of confidence and a tangible enthusiasm where last year there was only gloom and despair at being out of power.
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