Glenn Reynolds | Obama’s war on White House women
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Ed Rogers | Democrats’ Koch distraction won’t save them in November
The new English.
February 17 2011 - 10:35 PM | By: Ian Lazaran
"Palin’s endorsement gave us a boost that energized supporters, brought in new ones and, of course, annoyed my opponent [Trey Grayson] and his Republican bosses to no end."
February 17 2011 - 4:01 PM | By: Doug Brady
Kathy Trinko was at Governor Palin’s Long Island event today and filed this report at the National Review: Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin isn’t ready to commit to a presidential run, but she indicated that she might decide soon, citing the need to connect with individual voters. “Nothing is more effective than being actually […]
February 17 2011 - 2:46 PM | By: Doug Brady
This is idiotic, even for Smith. It's hard to tell if Smith is really this dumb, or if it's simply an aggressive missing of the point. Sorry, Benny (can I call you that?), this was a knock on Obama's economic policies, much as you want to pretend otherwise, although the breastfeeding reference was a brilliant yet humorous way to expose the backasswards priorities of this administration.
February 17 2011 - 1:17 PM | By: Kelsey
Newly elected Republican Governor Scott Walker's budget-balancing proposals have enraged state teacher's unions.
February 17 2011 - 1:00 PM | By: Submissions
The Left is acutely aware of the disastrous potential of joy, of how the election of a strong, jubilant and exhortative American leader might stop their seemingly unstoppable Statism and even reverse our nation’s slow, collective zombie-march to submission.
February 17 2011 - 11:00 AM | By: Whitney Pitcher
Governor Palin understands that in order to "win the future", the US government must protect both the present and the future, and this includes having a well funded military. She recognizes that funding ideologically focused program and pet projects, especially when fiscal restraint is particularly needed, doesn't win the future. As usual, Governor Palin is right, and President Obama's goal of winning the future ultimately results in losing both the present and the future.
February 17 2011 - 9:20 AM | By: Doug Brady
Today, to add to the fun, we present Obama's new press secretary, Jay Carney, as he explains to Jake Tapper how adding to the national debt to pay interest is really not...adding to the national debt.
February 17 2011 - 9:19 AM | By: Kelsey
Robin of Berkeley | Liberalism and the Fear of Death
February 17 2011 - 9:16 AM | By: Kelsey
Mark Levin | Christie continues dissembling about Obamacare
February 17 2011 - 8:57 AM | By: Kelsey
AP | CIA: If caught, bin Laden would be sent to Gitmo
February 17 2011 - 8:55 AM | By: Kelsey
Larry Hannan | Rick Scott Refuses Federal Funds for High-Speed Railway
February 17 2011 - 8:51 AM | By: Kelsey
John Hayward | The Wisconsin Showdown – Teachers Unions Demonstrate Why They Must be Broken
February 16 2011 - 10:11 PM | By: Hal
The GOP Establishment continue to grasp at straws to find the next great savior candidate to stop Governor Palin (even though she hasn’t even announced if she’s running) from capturing the 2012 GOP nomination.
February 16 2011 - 7:22 PM | By: Ian Lazaran
What's going on today?
February 16 2011 - 7:15 PM | By: Doug Brady
So there you have it. We'll just ignore the interest on the debt, even as it rises each and every year. What could go wrong? This way, for example, if our annual interest on the debt is $800 billion, we can run an $800 billion deficit and claim we aren't adding to the debt, that our books are balanced. It's magic!
February 16 2011 - 4:26 PM | By: Doug Brady
I'm flabbergasted. When Obama signed the bill two years ago, we were assured that the economy would come roaring back to life, and that unemployment would remain below 8%. Surely the White House would jump at the chance to tout the wonders of what, along with the wildly popular ObamaCare, was one of the the signature achievements of Obama's first two years, no?
February 16 2011 - 4:13 PM | By: Ian Lazaran
"A New York Magazine story on Tuesday reporting that Sarah Palin parted ways with staffers Jason Recher and Doug McMarlin 'just before' the 2010 election doesn’t exactly hit the mark."
February 16 2011 - 3:58 PM | By: Ian Lazaran
Even the most recent national poll from the Daily Kos shows that the Governor cut around 30% off Obama's lead in one month....The crosstabs also show that she's likely to win pretty much all of the undecideds considering that nearly all of the undecideds are Republicans or people who already voted for her ticket in 2008
February 16 2011 - 8:27 AM | By: Doug Brady
Having the GOP nominate a generic mannequin as their candidate will ensure Obama's reelection, and the only way to guarantee such a scenario is to convince Governor Palin to stay home.
February 15 2011 - 8:59 PM | By: Ian Lazaran
A new low for even an extremist like Shannyn Moore
February 15 2011 - 7:48 PM | By: Nicole Owl
Obama an amateur? Now where have we heard that one before?
February 15 2011 - 6:49 PM | By: Ian Lazaran
Most Americans (55%), however, think media coverage of Palin has not been fair and objective. Only 37% say it's been fair. That most Republicans (70%) see bias is no surprise, but a majority of independents (56%) agree.
February 15 2011 - 5:05 PM | By: Doug Brady
Indeed this would all be laughable if it wasn't so dangerous to the nation's economy and national security. There is one potential candidate in 2012 who is perfectly positioned on this issue.
February 15 2011 - 2:58 PM | By: Ian Lazaran
Governor Palin is the top second-choice for 40% of Huckabee supporters. Romney is the top second-choice for only 18% of Huckabee supporters.
February 15 2011 - 11:00 AM | By: Whitney Pitcher
As Governor Palin has noted, you can't win the future by inappropriately addressing spending, ignoring entitlement reform, and increasing federal education spending that should be addressed at the state and local level. However, President Obama's budget does all of those things.
February 15 2011 - 9:03 AM | By: Kelsey
AP | Clothing prices to rise 10 percent starting in spring
February 15 2011 - 8:57 AM | By: Kelsey
NPR | Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood To Form Political Party
February 15 2011 - 8:56 AM | By: Kelsey
Fox News | House Prepares to Chop Spending for Remainder of 2011
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