Big Hollywood blogger Kurt Schlichter is, I fear, a bit too fond of Sarah Palin for his own good. He wrote yesterday that her abrupt and as-yet unexplained resignation from the Governorship of Alaska may have been prompted by media… Continue Reading
Right said, Fred! Sarcasm is not a lost art form after all. Almost makes me wish I’d have voted for the guy. Oh, wait, he dropped out before California’s primary, too.
Six months ago, looking out at the world of politics, I knew a few things for sure: 1. The Republicans had a mess on their hands. No viable leader for the social conservative movement was stepping up to the plate… Continue Reading
As expected, Fred Thompson has dropped out of the race for the Republican nomination for President of the United States. He did it a day later than I thought he would. He never really seemed to be in the race,… Continue Reading
I heard a rumor yesterday that Fred Thompson was going to drop out of the race, after his disappointing showing in South Carolina. He has other things to do:
The Huckster would do well to remember the Eleventh Commandment.
I’m going to keep track of the estimated delegates gathered by each candidate. It will appear in the right-hand sidebar. Looking at the delegate count, Obama’s victory does not seem as decisive as press reports would have you believe. And… Continue Reading
The Iowa Caucuses are today. Hizzonner is currently polling in fifth place in Iowa despite still being the national leader; Huckabee and Romney are in a dead heat for first place. After Friday, though, no one will care at all… Continue Reading
Apparently, someone has commissioned a push poll for Iowa and New Hampshire, attacking Mitt Romney for his Mormon faith. Camps Giuliani and McCain have both denied involvement in no uncertain ways. No one apparently has thought to ask the Thompson… Continue Reading
Over at Volokh, readers have responded to Fred Thompson’s calls for questions on his policy platform with some damn tough questions: 1. What is your view of civil asset forfeiture in the absence of a criminal conviction? Would you make… Continue Reading