The New York Times has a comprehensive list of yesterday’s election results.
The Democrats’ nationalized health care bill is getting bogged down in the Senate.
Senator Tom Coburn and Rep. Paul Ryan pen an op-ed about health reform’s moment of untruth.
According to the Heritage Foundation, Democrats slipped a $6 billion slush fund into the House health care bill.
The House may vote on a health care bill as early as Friday.
From the WSJ, a shoe store owner tells a stimulus war story.
Remember when Republicans said they’d reform earmarks? That’s not working out.
WSJ Editorial: Sacramento demands a loan from California taxpayers.
Jonah Goldberg writes, “After 15 or 20 years of steady moderation, many conservatives think it might be time to give their ideas a try.”
Steve Landsburg: “The next time some Luddite tries to tell me that living standards haven’t improved in the past couple of decades, I think I’ll hand him a copy of this book.”