Saturday, March 10, 2012

Presidential Elections 2012 - #3719 -VIDEO: Hannity: Thomas Sowell Speaks of Derrick Bell from the 1990's and His Book 'Intellectuals and Society" - Fox (2) Santorum and Freedom - Daniel Henninger - Wall Street Journal



Thomas Sowell Speaks on Hannity regarding Harvard Professor Derrick Bell. Very Interesting Interview with Thomas Sowell, please watch.

Santorum and Freedom - Wall Street Journal - Daniel Henninger - America's long-slog presidential campaigns are a process of discovery. Candidates, voters and the press criss-cross a complex nation trying to discover where the public mind will be the first Tuesday in November. No candidate has had a more interesting journey through 2012's campaign frontier than Rick Santorum. Few are going to forget Sen. Santorum in the early debates, stuck in the left-field bleachers, begging to be heard over such center-ring heavyweights as Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry and Herman Cain. In August, no one thought this guy would be toe-to-toe with the Romney machine in March. What happened? I went to Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, Monday to find out. Out of 1,189,530 votes cast the next day in bellwether Ohio, Mr. Santorum lost to Mitt Romney by only 10,288, at last count. He's doing something right, and what one learned in Cuyahoga Falls, an Akron suburb, is that it doesn't have much to do with the famous Santorum controversies over social issues. It's about ObamaCare. And it's about the idea of freedom. America's long-slog presidential campaigns are a process of discovery. Candidates, voters and the press criss-cross a complex nation trying to discover where the public mind will be the first Tuesday in November. No candidate has had a more interesting journey through 2012's campaign frontier than Rick Santorum.What Mr. Santorum has discovered in this campaign is that for a large number of voters, a connection has surfaced between Barack Obama's economic policies and the issue of personal freedom. The potency of the latter is what's new, and a vulnerability for this presidency. Freedom, or liberty, is a staple of conservative politics.  Read more........

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