Quote of the day:

Wednesday, December 13, 2006 at 04:48 PM

Ever read a New York Times story reporting gloom and doom about the American economy and wondering if you're missing something? [editor's note: like this sentence is missing something?] Its a common problem for Times readers. But there is a place to go on the web where you can get the real lowdown on the US economy, business, social welfare, government and politics -- the American Enterprise Institute.
Nathan Tabor, on The Conservative Voice web site, extolling the objectivity and accuracy of the AEI, which as its name indicates, is essentially a pro-business, free market mouthpiece.

+++++++Give the man an A for disclosure, however; the byline includes this description of the author:

"At 29, Nathan ran for Congress (NC5) in an eight way primary. He raised over $750,000 and received over 7,500 votes in the most expensive primary in American history. Nathan's supporters included Dick Armey, Ed Meese, Steve Moore, Art Laffer, Pat Robertson, Bob Jones III, Congressmen Robert Aderholt, Congressmen Trent Franks, Congressmen Jim Ryun, Beverly and Tim LaHaye, Mike Farris and many others. Dr. Jerry Falwell dubbed him the "young Jesse Helms.""