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In my Sunday column, a look at what Obama meant when he said (longingly! not puckishly!) that he thinks about “going Bulworth.”
The resignation of Lisa Jackson, who apparently operated under the nom de plume Richard Windsor, and what it tells us about the much-vaunted transparency of the Obama administration is the subject of my Sunday column.
In my Sunday column, I explain why “Zero Dark Thirty” is a clear vindication of the Bush Administration’s approach to the war on terror. (Spoiler alert: The good guys win in the end.)
I’m not normally given to hyperbole, but it’s all over for the Republican party as we know it and hence all over for the United States of America as we know it. The Reagan period now looks like a blip. Only once has a Republican presidential candidate won the popular vote in 24 years.
In my final thought on Campaign 2012 (I hope), I contrast the character assassination of one side vs. the sober sunniness of the other. More in my Sunday column.
Come on, Mitt. Win this thing.
In my Sunday column, I take a bite out of the nothing sandwich that is Obama’s second-term agenda. Thanks to Sarah Hoyt and the indispensable Instapundit for the link.
Yankeefan (pictured above shortly after disposing of Qaddafi) wants to know if I’m willing to bet on this election. When last we wagered, it was over the Supreme Court’s ruling on Obamacare: He predicted it would be upheld (6-3); I said it would be rejected (5-4). Basically it was a push. But I was happy [...]
In my Sunday column, I look at the enthusiasm levels of Democratic and Republican voters and conclude that Republicans have a real edge.
I’ve grown tired of the “Obama blew it” meme about the debate. This idea comes from 2 places: 1) Ultra-liberal policies are so awesome that any self-respecting college grad should be able to defend them; and b) by not showing up, Obama sealed Romney’s victory. The facts are otherwise. Obama was lackluster and mediocre, I [...]
I stole that line from someone on Twitter, can’t remember who. I’ll be livetweeting the proceedings later on tonight, Inshallah.« Previous Entries