The Road To Hope, Part I: A Peril Of Their Own Design

Introduction:  As time ushers political victories from the realm of current events to the realm of history, the answer to one question seems always to change, simplifying itself with the passage of years, decades, and centuries.  Why did this candidate win, and why did his opponent lose? The answer is never...

Tancredo’s Surprise

Congressman Tom Tancredo is no longer a presidential candidate.  That’s not much of a surprise.  Ever since he announced that he had a major announcement to make at 2pm, speculation instantly pointed to the possibility that the anti-immigration warrior was going to hop out the race. Who he chose to...

Alas, Poor Tancredo…

Alas, poot Tom Tancredo, we hardly knew ye… Actually, okay, we knew ye well enough, maybe too well.  Anyone who’s been following the race from the start would know that there was only one thing that you had to know to have a decent grasp on Tom Tancredo; he wasn’t a fan of immigration. ...

I Approve This Message Because I’m Bat-Shit Crazy

Tom Tancredo, pining for the good ole days of 1964. H/T to Eric...

Republican Debate: Final Analysis

Yesterday afternoon, the GOP field of candidates squared off to debate primarily economic issues in Michigan in what would largely be a considerably drab event that saw few fireworks, plenty of Clinton bashing (both Hillary and her husband), and in the case of one rising superstar, a kind of sleep medecine...

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