Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Editorials from the DCExaminer

TODAY'S WASHINGTON EXAMINER EDITORIAL SECTION HIGHLIGHTS

No impartiality between Israel, Palestinians

Examiner Editorial
"What Obama and Clinton seem not to understand is that concessions by Israel frequently represent a diminution of her ability to defend herself against enemies that have declared their determination to destroy the Jewish state."

Congress lags behind public opinion

Noemie Emery, Examiner Columnist
"It is the first bill whose supporters say they have to sell it now after passage, as they failed so spectacularly to sell it the first time."

Suing our way to a carbon-free world

David Freddoso, Examiner Columnist
"Do you drive a car, ride the bus or cause carbon emissions of any kind? If so, you could be named as a defendant in the next lawsuit over Katrina -- or even in this one."

It's Tea Partiers and GOPers against the Elitist Democrats

Ralph Benko, Examiner Contributor
"By placing himself in opposition to the popular will, and treating this opposition as a virtue, Obama aligns himself with the spirit of monarchy. He takes it as a virtue to thwart the consent of the governed."

Goodwin Liu's America

Theodore H. Frank, OpEd Contributor
"America is a better and freer nation than Goodwin Liu thinks. Yet in the current state of the Ninth Circuit, his rigid ideology will further tip the scales of justice against the kind of country America is and ought to be."

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