0-3 For Romney

Tomorrow morning team Romney is going to wake up with a really bad headache and ask themselves “what the just happened?”.  In one day that frontrunner status that he thought he reclaimed went up in a poof of smoke.  Ya they knew they were going to have a rough day, but Romney lost by 30 points...

What Can I Write?

Osama Bin Laden is dead. I am overcome with emotion.  I want to write, but I have no clue where to begin as there are literally dozens of ideas racing about my head so I am going to write a few micro stories and hope to get as many of my ideas out. Why I am Happy How does one react to news of this...

Barbour drops out, Daniels ascends

As everyone has reported, Barbour has officially announced that he will not be running for president.  To those who have been following Barbours recent string of racial gaffs (such as here and here) this announcement is not that surprising as he probably is not looking forward to getting tarred as a racist...

Gadaffi’s Son Lays Rhetorical Groundwork for Slaughter

Sayf al-Islam, a son of Muammar Gaddafi, has drawn a hard line against the protests there.  In his internationally televised speech Sayf threatened the people with the spector of civil war and began to lay down the groundwork for a massacre of the protests there.  For the most part the speech was...

Arizona and the US: It’s complicated

Last week the Arizona state legislature passed a bill with the goal of creating a panel with the power to ignore federal laws in both parts and entirety. Lawrence O’Donnell noted how this was a clear violation of the supremacy clause in the constitution, and was a job already filled by the courts.  ...

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