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Leave Michael Steele, and Don’t Let the Door Hit You in the …

It is difficult to feel sympathy for Michael Steele. The guy is a public relations nightmare, a raging example of the Peter Principal in a world that suffers fools only in its elected officials, not in its hirelings. 578 more words

2010 Mid-term Election

Se Habla Republican?

“ … [A]nalysts say the party risks damaging its already strained relationship with Hispanics, a bloc with growing clout in U.S. politics who voted for Obama in 2008 by a two-to-one margin.” 236 more words

2010 Mid-term Election

ObamaCare Repeal: Extracting Poison From Witch’s Brew

While Republicans seem to be united in Congress on a Repeal and Replace strategy for ObamaCare, across the GOP landscape others are singing a different tune. 391 more words

Barack Obama

Schlussel Throws Another Bomb

I have never been a huge Sean Hannity fan. I didn’t like his sophomoric showdown with Alec Baldwin, and he has always seemed a little sanctimonious to me. 515 more words

Michelle Malkin

John McCain 2010 … For Private Citizen

John McCain doesn’t think of himself as a progressive. He has always framed himself as a Reagan Republican. Which shows just how far the party mainstream has drifted from its message since those halcyon days of the 1980s. 409 more words

Michelle Malkin

Palin’s Different Drum Beats On

Most of us know that mothers and housewives run this country. Always have. That crossed my mind while watching Sarah Palin addressing the Tea Party Convention… 485 more words

Barack Obama

Old School Politics And The New Right

They are not Republicans or, if so, claim the moniker in name only. Many of them are still registered that way in states where party registration is a requirement to vote in the primary election, but no party owns their heart. 425 more words

Michelle Malkin