I had not intended on making Sunday’s post a two-part series, but just as I was posting it the online journal Politico ran a story that makes my point. According to the authors, Mike Allen and Jim VandeHei, Top Republicans in Washington and in the national GOP establishment say the 2010 campaign highlighted an urgent … Read more The Stupid Party — 2
Karl Rove got the blogosphere buzzing last week when he told The Daily Telegraph he doubts that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has the “gravitas” to be President. “With all due candor,” said Rove, “appearing on your own reality show on the Discovery Channel, I am not certain how that fits in the American calculus … Read more The Stupid Party
After decades of being forced to choose between voting for the lesser of two evils or wasting our votes on someone whose chance of winning was considerably less than that of the proverbial snowball in Hell, we libertarians — at long last — may have found in former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin a Presidential candidate … Read more Sarah Palin: a candidate for libertarians?
I was working on an article on the similarities between liberals’ embrace of theories of anthropogenic climate change and their enthusiasm, in an earlier generation, for Keynesian economics when I heard the news of Sarah Palin’s decision to resign as governor of Alaska. So, naturally, I have to write about it. After all, I’ve already … Read more Sarah Palin resigns
Wouldn’t you know it? Exactly one month after I wrote here about the common thread in the vicious attacks on Sarah Palin and Carrie Prejean, they both get slimed on the same day. Gov. Palin was visiting New York to help raise funds for a charity for special needs children, and while there took in … Read more Palin, Parker and Prejean — again