Wednesday morning links

Lighting revolution forecast by some scientist….

.gallium nitride (GaN), is already used for some lighting applications such as camera flashes, bicycle lights, mobile phones and interior lighting for buses, trains and planes. Click to read the whole thing.

Anguish Across the Globe As Obama Rolls Back American Influence
From Townhall columnist and blogger Ben Shapiro a black scenario of N Korean and Iraqi prisoners who have no hope of relief from America.

Arrogance by John Stossel on the Real Clear Politics site

It’s crazy for a group of mere mortals to try to design 15 percent of the U.S. economy. It’s even crazier to do it by August.

Yet that is what some members of Congress presume to do. They intend, as the New York Times puts it, “to reinvent the nation’s health care system”.

Let that sink in. A handful of people who probably never even ran a small business actually think they can reinvent the health care system.

Go read it all and browse the Real Clear Politics site.

On Gun Rights from the Washington Post

South Dakota Sen. John Thune will step into the national spotlight today when the Senate votes on his measure that would allow gun owners to carry concealed weapons across state lines.

Real Clear Politics has more on Obamacare by Michael Tanner: The Three Big Lies

The Wall Street Journal: Senate Kills Funds for F-22 Fighters, I haven’t followed the F-22 situation enough to comment on it but you will probably want to read this.

Politico says “Americans Getting Big Dose of President Obama in an article by Carol Lee.

He’s been in office only six months, but already there’s a strong sense of déjà vu around the way Americans are seeing and hearing from President Barack Obama.

The president keeps returning to the same communications tactics over and over, and all the pages of his PR playbook have one thing in common: a big dose of Obama.

His prime-time news conference Wednesday night, one of the standbys, brings his total to four. That’s the same number that George W. Bush did — in eight years as president.

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