On Sarah Palin: Why the Quayling is failing
In a column for Townhall.com, The Quayling of Sarah, David R. Stokes lays out the strategy being used by the Democrats and their Vichy Republican fellow travelers to shoot down former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s national political possibilities: Any nine-year-old child or MSNBC show host (pardon the redundancy) understands that the idea is to vex and therefore hex Sarah Palin. The goal is to click | Read More »
Obama Corporatism: Too Much Too Soon
The results of new independent polls from credible opinion research houses indicate that Americans, concerned about Obama’s radical spending and abortion policies, appear to be moving to the right. The usual obligatory disclaimers: It’s only four polls. We need to see more data before we can identify any trends, if they do indeed exist. But there is reason for conservatives and right-leaning independents to find | Read More »
Exposing Planned Felonhood
Sometimes the best way to catch the bad guys is by running a scam. Police departments across the country, for example, have had some success by running a variation of the Publisher’s Clearing House scam. Appealing to a crook’s strong sense of greed, wanted criminals were contracted and notified that they had come into to some money, by inheritance, class action suit awards or some | Read More »
“I always will come down on the side of life”
Alaska Governor Sarah Palin released a statement today, responding to an e-mail campaign started in September by pro-abortion activists calling for donations to be made to Planned Parenthood on Palin’s behalf. The former GOP vice presidential candidate is a staunch opponent of the grisly practice of abortion.
Bad Doug. No Diplomatic Bone.
In a November 23, blog entry for the Jesuit’s America Magazine, Michael Sean Winters argued that law professor Douglas Kmiec would be the “perfect person” to represent the Obama Administration as the U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican.
This should really creep you out
I can hardly believe this isn’t a hoax. JP h/t: puffer