It looks like the editors over at ZDNet have decided to allow one of their own to leave the realm of tech-blogging and move into the political game. I assume this was green-lit in order to take advantage of the virtually untapped political interests of their otherwise agnostic tech readers. The writer in...
Ok, I’m no fan of intervention, humanitarian or otherwise. So, let me state for the record that I’m unequivocally opposed to military operations in Libya, regardless of how much fuzzy, feel-good moralistic liberal internationalist gloss the usual suspects try to apply to their latest...
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Sen. John McCain and Minnesota’s Gov. Tim Pawlenty, at least, chose the classy route. McCain told Greg Sargent through his press spokesperson, “I congratulate President Obama on receiving this prestigious award. I join my fellow Americans in expressing pride in our President on this occasion.”...
Ed Morrissey, a conservative blogger I once had a modicum of respect for, has proven that working at Hot Air has finally gotten to him.
He accuses Obama of playing the race card for saying:
“And I know that the temptation is to say, ‘You know what? …The guy hasn’t been there that long in...
So it seems that McCain really wanted to pick Joe Lieberman as his running mate, but could not stand up to the Christianists’ wrath:
For weeks, advisers close to the campaign said, Mr. McCain had wanted to name as his running mate his good friend Senator Joseph I. Lieberman of Connecticut, the...
See Update below.
If it’s Sarah Palin, why is she distinctly not pregnant in a photograph which was apparently taken on Super Tuesday, which is in February, when, as Jazz Shaw points out, Palin would have been about six months along in her pregnancy?
Keep in mind, before we wind up the Friday night...