- Perry’s first TV ad debuts today in Iowa, marking the start of the 2012 air wars.
- The highest earners would benefit from Perry’s optional flat tax, the lowest earners would not, and middle-income earners would need accountants to figure out things one way or the other.
- It doesn’t exactly qualify in the simplicity or fiscal derbies.
- National Review’s editors are unimpressed.
- Did Romney really revolutionize the corporate takeover game?
- He steps in it re Ohio collective bargaining.
- Regulatory tyranny under Obama is a fiction.
- Congressional leadership steps in to “save” the deficit supercommittee.
- Cain still doesn’t understand that “pro-life” means “I want the government to make abortion illegal,” not “I’m personally opposed to abortion.”
I am pro-life from conception. Abortions, no exceptions. That has been my official stand from the beginning. What Piers Morgan was trying to do was to pigeonhole me on, “Well, what if this was your granddaughter?” You know what? If it’s my granddaughter? Yes, this is my official position, and it’s always been that. If it’s my granddaughter? I used the word “choice.” And that’s where they jumped all over it. A family will make that choice. I was not talking about the whole big issue.