Pretty depressing to think that my D.C. taxes for last year might cover a couple months of Kwame's SUV.
Indiana committee approves Right-to-Work law. Mitch Daniels ducks -- not exactly a profile of courage on this one. Read More
Olbermann goes to Current TV.
Thank the AFT: "Only 23 percent of students in New York City graduated ready for college or careers in 2009, not counting special-education students." Read More
Obama won't be repealing Obamacare anytime soon, he tells Gov.-elect Nikki Haley.
Read The Examiner, help catch a fugitive. Read More
#1: “For the next 20 years, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative is not likely to significantly impact carbon dioxide emissions, according to projections by its own consultants and energy officials.” Read More
Europe considers bailout of…everyone.
Dem councilman calls the cops on kids for selling cupcakes without a license.
School bans pencils and pens. Read More
Counting resumes today in NY-25, where the Republican is building up a lead with absentee ballots.
How Tea Partiers made the difference in perhaps the strangest House race of 2010. Read More
Trial lawyers go fishing for dollars, determined to bring down the entire mortgage finance system.
First Tea Party versus GOP Leadership fight defused as Bachmann drops her leadership bid. Read More
Gee, I’m so glad we finally have a White House that respects the role of science.
Where was Michele? No, not Michelle.
Cheating Holocaust victims — nice. Read More
Liberals delude themselves, blame Democratic moderates for their crushing defeat.
You can’t be serious.
We have a Republican Senate too — sort of. Read More
Blame Rahm Emanuel? Uh, no, Mr. President. Rahm BUILT that majority, and you squandered it.
Alan Grayson is optimistic about his future.
The most fair and balanced network on election night? You guessed it. Read More