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‘After running one of the most disgraceful ‘honorable’ campaigns in American political history … you’d think the least of the military McCains could do is to slink quietly off into the wild blue yonder with the thanks of a grateful nation trailing in his wake. Read More
RedState.com's Erick Erickson says the time for talking about cutting federal spending and stopping the growth of the national debt is over, the time for actually doing something about them is here. And Erickson thinks too many conservative organizations in the nation's capital are part of the problem because they are addicted to talking instead of acting.
In a post this morning, Erickson declares:
"The time for nuancing and diplomatic niceties in Washington are over. Read More
As I noted in a blogpost at the time, , Britain’s Liberal Democrats got pasted in the local government and referendum election held May 5. Read More
On Friday, the Tea Party Patriots dropped by our offices. They are an eminently praiseworthy group whose goal of limiting government is dear to my heart. Read More
Here’s a good analysis of the results of Canada’s May 2 election, about which I wrote in my Sunday Examiner column, by John Ibbotsford in the Toronto Globe & Mail. Read More
Britain voted yesterday, and the key issue was a referendum on “alternate voting,” a change from the first-past-the-post method of electing members of Parliament. The idea is that you would cast a first-choice vote and then a second-choice vote, with the latter being added to the former if no candidate gets an absolute majority. Read More
Almost certainly not, to answer the question posed by the headline above. Here's the latest example of why.
Think Progress is all atwitter about a Nation magazine report concerning the Koch Industries 2010 Election Packet. This dastardly document, according to Think Progress, was "mailed to 50,000 employees instructing them on who to vote for in the 2010 midterm elections." Read More
Anybody in Washington who thought the 2010 election would be sufficient to vent a significant portion of voter anger away from Washington had better think again because the latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds nearly three-fourths of those questioned still hot under the collar. Read More