Now I'm not so sure, and Wednesday's [Sept. But possibly near the top of the list of league coordinators could be Steelers offensive boss Mike Mularkey, a former Vikings tight end who knows the city well and is a good guy. But at least he had a good hat -- a "downright stylish and manly" Stetson X beaver, which he donned for the audience. So ask yourself: Do you want your new head coach tied up in depositions, perhaps having to defend himself in a high-profile case? Thanks to Clinton's warmongering piety and the sanctimonious sob-sisters of the "humanitarian" Left, Serb-less Kosovo groans under the heel of an Albanian thug-ocracy.
A phone call to his office got the answer that economists haven't finished studying it. A related letter comments on a Sept. Will's column notes, correctly, that Dick Armey has always opposed the hypocrisy of cutting future budgets and calling it a spending cut. Do spending caps reduce spending? A couple days ago, I quoted a bit from Dana Milbank's column , where he showed that Tea Party honcho Dick Armey's historical knowledge is less than firm:. But now that a Democratic president whom they despise has led the nation into war, GOP leaders have adopted the arguments of the counterculture.
There are so many ways they the Vikings can go, lots of scenarios, and they aren't close to anything yet. Column: Tax reform making real difference for all. I don't believe that America will justifiably make an unprovoked attack on another nation. The Huffington interview with correspondent Gwen Ifill aired Sept. In an oddly childish show of churlishness, the President, in answer to a reporter's question, added: "And I wouldn't tell you if I had! Now let's consider the impact on revenues.
Since , Congress has been on an unprecedented spending binge. But even the most powerful man in the world, the de facto Emperor of the World, must operate within certain constraints. I just doubt that was the case in fact about Hamilton. Eventually club management decided exactly what it could do to him and, when the bottom line in the ledger became more critical than the bottom line of the wins-losses column, Green was deemed excess baggage and on Friday tossed overboard. At least we can take comfort that conservatives will soon put an end to overall public assistance-to-private-concerns silliness. Voters were genuinely excited by tax simplification and the idea of postcard-size tax returns. Each Congress, I introduce legislation to enact a flat tax, an idea that was popularized by my predecessor, former Majority Leader Dick Armey.