Monthly Archives: June 2011

Head On TV: Sober up, spenders!

By |June 9th, 2011|

Washington spenders are like drunks on a binge, says John Andrews in the June round of Head On TV debates. It’s bad, agrees Susan Barnes–Gelt, but she contends the solution must include tax hikes as well as entitlement reform.

John on the right, Susan on the left, also go at it this month over Hancock’s win for Denver mayor, Hickenlooper’s first six months, the politics of natural disasters, and the 2012 presidential outlook, and results of Colorado’s legislative session. […]

Eco–doomsday predictions are unhinged from reality

By |June 8th, 2011|

(CCU Faculty) Bulletin: Harold Camping is alive and is now a columnist for the New York Times. Not really; It’s just Thomas Friedman cranking out yet another jeremiad with warnings of apocalyptic doom.

“The earth is full […]

Liberals find the bad & make it worse

By |June 4th, 2011|

(Centennial Fellow) David Mamet, a novelist, screenwriter and Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright, has come out of the closet as a conservative, and in his milieu of Hollywood’s unrelenting liberalism, this is so astonishing a development that both the Wall Street Journal and New York Times Magazine have interviewed him on the revelation. […]