Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Required Reading 10/22

READ OF THE DAY
Obama's New Tax Welfare by Peter Ferrara
The truth behind the 95.


How Palin Governed by Byron York
Behind all the criticism and controversy, what really happened.

General Blind Spots by Claudia Rosett
Questioning Powell's judgment and global perception.

Universal Coverage Kills by Michael Cannon
Don't resist innovation.

Black Like Me by Kathryn Jean Lopez
An overload of identity politics.

Fake Donors, Phony Pledge by David Freddoso
On campaign finance, Obama declared independence from his promises.

Paging Arthur Schlesinger by Michael Knox Beran
Eggheads who embrace Obama should be wary of the dangers of [intellectual whoredom][hero-worship].

Great Society Redux by James Capretta
Senator Obama's economic program is a throwback, not change.

The Increasingly Erratic, Super-Gaffetastic Joe Biden by Michelle Malkin
Be afraid. Be very afraid.

Believers in Barack by Thomas Sowell
Apparently, Obama-love is blind.

The Media vs. Joe The Plumber by Jonah Goldberg
Suddenly the questioner matters more than the answer.

Right You Are, Joe by Pete Hegseth
America's enemies will see Obama as weak.

Opposing Murtha by Mark Hemingway
Meet the Iraq vet running for his congressional seat.

Are The Polls Accurate by Michael Barone
Reading them right is more art than science.