President Obama has made liberal use of "executive action" throughout his presidency, and pledged to make even more use of executive action in this year's State of the Union speech.
Something is going terribly wrong.
The Wall Street Journal's Stephen Moore is headed back to the Heritage Foundation as a chief economist with a goal of advancing policies that will help the United States maintain its standing as a global superpower.
Earlier this month, Paul Krugman wrote that, “a Heritage Foundation economist has been accused of presenting false, deliberately misleading data and analysis to the Senate Budget Committee.” Krugman was too clever to assert that the Heritage economist “did present” dishonest data, but if you read his short post, he clearly wants readers to believe that an unambiguous falsehood has been exposed.
Data actually suggests that the earth stopped warming 15 years ago. This pause in warming wasn’t anticipated in any climate change models created by global warming advocates. It must have been an executive order.
Just before announcing his departure from the United States Senate, Jim DeMint gave me one last reason to praise him in that job.
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