From email. Just received a press release on a new
Marine OCS recruiting campaign and an interesting application of
blogs by the Marine Corps. You can access the blogs here, or at link at he
very end of the release. I'll post the whole thing, since I
haven't found it on...
Is there something in the water in DC today, or is it the heat?
Taylor has a point in claiming he isn't one of the Blue Dogs who is
selling out. But, now ATR, instead of backing down, is ratcheting
it up based upon other previous votes they argue represent
I'm a conservative who votes Republican and no fan of Hillary
Clinton, but this clip via the Post is unbelievable. She's still
the Secretary of State. And this is the kind of thing...
After reading this report of tempers flaring at a recent RNC meeting, I
decided to do some quick research. The spat involves Steele's
hand-picked guy to run the important Rules Committee, Florida
Republican Chair Jim Greer.
That doesn't sit well with some conservatives, who see Greer as
a centrist. Former South Carolina...
A vanity born of a learned arrogance, perhaps? Is that
true of Obama and, if so, will it be his downfall? What's more
timely perhaps is simply that such speculation has begun. But as I
cautioned the other day, the term is still far too young to start
AIM picks up a CJR item and, not surprisingly,
elements mostly aligned with the existing old media business rise
in defense of it with analysis. But none of their analysis
holds, nor speaks to the core issues, which I found myself
pondering just last night. It isn't just how content is...
Hmm. h/t Instapundit for this by Byron York, who is doing some terrific
work for The Examiner. Best hire they've made since I've been
looking in. Read it all for the nuance.
The gist is this. As Sacramento Mayor, Kevin Johnson's problems
were getting in the way of the city receiving stimulus...
Updated: Longest post-war losing streak. This does not
bode well for anyone holding elective office right now.
The U.S. economy contracted an annualized real 1.0
percent in the second quarter of 2009, a substantial improvement
from the previous quarter's decline of 6.4 percent but marking the
longest postwar losing streak, the Commerce...
If it's unfair to judge Obama by our standards, surely
we are able to judge him by his own, I would think?
When I saw the New York Times headline on the heels of
his White House meet and drink, I couldn't help but think back to
his own rhetoric from the...
Well, that headline, and it is a serious one, believe
it or not, is nevertheless guaranteed to fuel my liberal commenters
disdain for, ire and rage at, and dismissal of me. How could I
possibly resist such a delightful opportunity to invite them all to
dance? They being so pretty when...