Sarah Barracuda can teach the GOP how to fight
Examiner.com’s George Copeland has some food for thought for the Republican Party. The GOP, he points out, tends to avoid controversy and allows The Left to club it unmercifully. But Sarah Palin marches to the beat of a different drummer than most of her fellow Republicans: In the view of many of her supporters, not only did Palin excel in her handling of this controversy, she | Read More »
Liz Cheney or Meghan McCain?
The daughters of two famous Republican politicians have been getting some serious face time in the media lately. Meghan McCain has a head start, thanks to her blog, her father’s campaign for the presidency last year and a set of beliefs which the Obama-loving drive-by media finds very close to their own. So she has been given a wealth of video footage and column inches | Read More »
When did the GOP become too conservative?
Arlen Specter told David Gregory on NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday Morning that the GOP has become too conservative: “The Republican Party has gone far to the right since I joined it under Reagan’s big tent.” Meghan Mccain says the GOP needs to become more moderate: “I just wish that moderates like myself — more moderate Republicans and more socially liberal Republicans — weren’t looked | Read More »
No wonder the GOP is on its knees
If Curly Haugland is typical of his fellow RNC members, that would go a long way toward explaining why the Republican Party is in such a mess. Haugland recently sent an e-mail to former Lt. Governor Michael Steele of Maryland asking Steele to give up his quest for the RNC’s chairmanship. The Washington Times printed portions of the e-mail in a story by Ralph Hallow | Read More »