Morning Examiner: You can punish BP, but then they won’t be able to pay victims

BP: If you bar us from new leases, we might not be able to fund that $20 billion trust fund.

Sheriff Joe (Arpaio, not Biden) pushes back against a Justice Department lawsuit.

Kirk, Giannoulias tied at….34 percent apiece? Can you say “leaners?”

Why do we give D.C.’s pathetic punk-gangsters the satisfaction of being referred to as “crews?”

Dog bites man on MSNBC’s Hardball.

The original union thug predicts: Dems will win in a cakewalk!

Liberation theology? Come on, people. It’s not like Obama spent years attending Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s….Oh, he did?

Gov. Christie, R-N.J., endorses Mike Castle in the Delaware GOP Senate primary.

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