Tonight's Crazy Story
If you are trying to impersonate a police office, it might not turn out too well if you pull over an actual police officer. Read what happened at The Blaze.
Tonight's Final Five:
The Occupy Wall Street protesters claim that they are standing up against greed. However, Erick Erickson argues on RedState that even these protesters are motivated by greed.
Much has been made of Rick Perry's switch from the Democratic Party to the Republican Party. However, PajamasMedia's Bryan Preston argues that a party switcher might actually be better than an "always-been" Republican.
Taking a break...
To laugh a little
"Big Ben is leaning to one side, but they think that it might be able to somehow correct itself. And I thought well, yeah, look at Mitt Romney. He used to lean to the left, now he leans to the right."
-David Letterman, 10/13/11
Now Back to The Final Five
As TARP turns three, Forbes's Richard Salsman takes a look at its lack of accomplishments.
President Obama has declared, "This is not class warfare, this is math." Milton Wolf from The Washington Times takes a look at the math behind the President's policies.
The Republican National Committee publishes another set of numbers explaining the "accomplishments" of the Obama Presidency. Courtsey of The Weekly Standard.
Tomorrow in History: October 15
October 15, 1878 - The Edison Electric Light Company begins operation.
Food For Thought - A Bedtime Snack
"A feeble executive implies a feeble execution of the government. A feeble execution is but another phrase for a bad execution; and a government ill executed, whatever may be its theory, must be, in practice, a bad government."
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