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Remembering the Weirdest Failed Candidacy of the Last Decade

I’ve got an idea that’ll make some eyes roll and some others widen: a 30 For 30-style series on the strangest and wildest campaigns, both failed and successful, of the last century. 966 more words

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Fiorina's victory party

View the site of Fiorina’s (at one time theoretically possible) victory party in Iowa:

It was perhaps intentional that she left Bernie Sanders playing in the empty room, given that her role is to hound Hillary like a modern day Fury (chthonic symbols of irrational badgering being the preferred role for women in the Republican Party, see,  133 more words


The Maverick Returns (July 28, 2011)

Had I been a Republican during the 2000 Presidential primaries, there is no doubt I would have voted McCain instead of Bush. At the time, the man came off as relatively uncompromised. 579 more words

Contemplating My Navel (Personal Blog)

Spinning Plates (February 25, 2011)

Ever since I started a full-time job a couple of weeks ago, I have been forced to do something I loathe: admit that sometimes, as much as I want to, it’s impossible do it all. 532 more words

Contemplating My Navel (Personal Blog)

"They Just Want Somebody To Fall In Love With": Republican Voters Do Not Give A Flying Comb-Over About Who Is Electable

The parlor game for 2016 campaign observers is based on a straightforward question: “If Donald Trump’s support is eventually going to fall, what will be the cause?” 598 more words


Let me introduce you to Shawn...

“You don’t have a soul. You are a Soul. You have a body.” — C.S. Lewis

Shawn has done a marvelous job showcasing his contribution to the souls among us!

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American Spirit

9 non sequiturs from famous folks

There is no rhyme nor reason for this short list of celebrity non sequuntur.

1. Jessica Simpson: “If I’m just in a hang-out mood, I won’t even wash it. 157 more words