Monthly Archives: April 2010

The Quote Of The Day

"Three cheers aren't enough for Arizona. It's the first state to defend American citizenship on the basis of identity, and American sovereignty on the basis of borders. In an age of blurred identities and undefended borders, Arizona has put itself … Continue reading

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All That’s Missing Is Central Perk

From: The New York Times Magazine All the Obama 20-Somethings By ASHLEY PARKER Published: April 26, 2010 … President Obama‚Äôs young staff and their senior counterparts mix seamlessly and often sweetly. During the primaries, Axelrod once dropped by a party … Continue reading

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The Headline Of The Day

O'Brien: I wouldn't have done what Jay Leno did You don't  suppose he means – save the Tonight Show? Read and post comments | Send to a friend

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Mack Smack

If you loved Republicans as you remember them when they were in power, here's some good news – they haven't changed one single bit. Here's a perfect example… Rep. Connie Mack (R-Fla.) ripped into the new Arizona immigration law today… … Continue reading

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For The Misbegotten, Bigots Beget Bigots

Taranto: Vote for Me, You Bigot! With British national elections a week away, the Washington Post reports on what is being characterized as a major gaffe: The headlines here Thursday morning told it all. "Day of Disaster," read the Telegraph. … Continue reading

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This Is Not A “Big Tent” Issue

In my last post, I discussed a simple way to tell if someone is a bona fide Republican. Actually, it wasn't intended to be a discussion, it was meant to be a pithy if obvious observation – that any "Republican" … Continue reading

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When Is A Republican Not A Republican?

When he or she does not support the Arizona immigration law. Read and post comments | Send to a friend

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