Kentucky Democrat alleges Progress Kentucky behind Mitch McConnell wiretap.
I’m not going to be cute about this: Progress Kentucky is a racist organization. We know this because they went after Mitch McConnell’s wife for being, apparently, a spy for
The lady’s not for jumping.
Oh, this was Maggie to a T.
VIDEO Short version: There was a Swedish interviewer once who had a gag where she asked her interviewees to jump (a perfectly harmless
Mother Jones, Mitch McConnell, & Ashley Judd.
A few things that I’m taking away from this (forwarded) Mother Jones “expose” of Mitch McConnell’s Ashley Judd oppo research: The whole thing reminds me of the Washington Post’s ongoing
RIP, Margaret Thatcher.
The Right Honorable Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher, Order of the Garter, Order of Merit, Privy Counselor, Fellow of the Royal Society, has passed away from a stroke at the
Barack Obama blames US Navy for increased North Korean tensions.
Ever notice that this administration is only lightning-fast when it comes to shifting blame when things don’t work out perfectly? They practically left a vapor trail in their zeal to
Washington Post: Mark Begich (D) is terrified of the NRA.
Well, that’s what the WaPo wanted to say: Sen Mark Begich declared a “sea change” in the politics of gun control immediately after the school shooting in Newtown, Conn., telling
Jake Tapper politely calls Barack Obama, Mike Bloomberg pig-ignorant about guns.
Before you watch the video below, I invite you to first get a glass of something nice – why not? It’s Friday afternoon; the sun is over the yardarm somewhere
Electric car maker Fisker begins the usual “painful public death” process.
Meet yet another of thank-God-he’s-former Energy Secretary Dr. Steven Chu’s bad calls with your tax money: Struggling carmaker Fisker Automotive laid off 160 employees, most of its staff, Friday as
Some insurers may extend existing policies until after 2014 elections.
Well, we had to pass the bill before w… oh, never bloody mind. At issue is a little-known loophole in President Obama’s landmark legislation that enables health insurers to extend
SC-01 Special Election Primary Runoff (GOP) Open Thread.
Mark Sanford vs. Curtis Bostic. Polls closed at 7 PM: will put up links to results when I find them. [UPDATE: Politico's results here.]
Welp. It’s a banner day for New York politicians getting arrested.
(H/T: Jammie Wearing Fools) Geez Louise. State Sen. Malcolm Smith and city Councilman Dan Halloran were arrested this morning on charges they were plotting to rig this year’s mayoral election
Hmm. Turns out Karl Marx was just as smelly and personally useless as his modern-day acolytes!
Hey, you want a good laugh? Figure out when I started to chortle… at the New York Times. The Karl Marx depicted in Jonathan Sperber’s absorbing, meticulously researched biography will
War on Science Update: Greenies attack White House over farmers’ rights.
Here’s the background: the continuing resolution that’s keeping the government (and that passed last week) included a rider that, as the Competitive Enterprise Institute put it, “codifies existing USDA practices
Attention, Republican Senators planning any random pushback against the administration…
…and/or any public spectacles along those lines: April 10th is your target date. I repeat: April 10th is your target date. President Barack Obama will launch a new round of
The crucial word not appearing in this article on Walmart’s staffing woes.
Said woes being, Walmart doesn’t have the staff to handle the business it currently has: [Merchandise is] piling up in aisles and in the back of stores because Wal-Mart doesn’t