Liberal Tolerance Again On Display With Todd Akin
In the days since Republican candidate for Missouri Senate Todd Akin (the current Congressman from the second congressional district), made his “legitimate rape” comments there has been much (well-deserved) outrage.
RedState Gathering 2012: Jacksonville Felt Like Home #RSG12
Promoted from the diaries It’s funny how I always used to laugh at the phrase “Home is where the heart is”. It always seemed a bit silly to me. It
Reid Punts on Omnibus Spending Bill
Via William Jacobson, Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) has opted to forgo the porked up Omnibus Spending bill in favor of a much more slimmed down continuing resolution. The new measure
Run Robin, Run
Robin Carnahan is clearly afraid of talking to radio hosts who will be less than coddling of her campaign. She has been avoiding going on one radio show in particular.
The Postmortem on Robin Carnahan is Already Being Written
The writing is on the wall for Missouri Democrats. Their chances of winning the Senate seat currently held by Republican Kit Bond certainly qualify for the “slim to none” category.
The Choice Almost Nobody Wants
Far be it from me to not give credit where it is due. Unlike what I detailed last night in the inaugural edition of the Choice and Competition Death Watch,
Choice and Competition Death Watch
On the campaign trail and all through the first year of his administration, President Obama touted the benefits of his health care plan. One of the often repeated phrases that
Poor Russ Carnahan
You can really tell that Russ Carnahan desperately wants to be seen as a smart man. Why else would he speak so forcefully about a topic without knowing much about
Seventy One Percent of Missouri Voters Agree With Candidate Obama
On Tuesday, Missouri voters went to the polls. Among other things, the voters decided on Proposition C, a statute exempting Missouri from the individual mandate from Obamacare. By an overwhelming
Reid to Nutroots: ‘We’re Going To Have a Public Option’
It’s the bad idea that just won’t die: the public option. Progressives have been pushing a government run “option” to private health insurance as some sort of panacea over the