Archive for January, 2008
And Berkeley! Via Michelle Malkin: DeMint to Berkeley: Support Our Marines or Lose Federal Funds Washington, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senator Jim DeMint (R-South Carolina) released the following statement in response to the decision by the City Council of Berkeley, California to evict the U.S. Marine Corps Recruiting Station from the city. “This is a [...]
John Derbyshire: I don’t believe the thing that [Clinton and Obama] believe: That the federal government can, or for that matter should, do the things they say it can do. I won’t be voting for either of them. They’re going to win, though. Conservatives — to the catacombs! I’m not sold on the inevitability of [...]
This is the Citizens United Political Victory Fund ad I mentioned earlier:
Michelle Malkin and The Corner are liveblogging.
Ed Morrissey assigns homework for tonight. Romney has one big advantage, but it will only be an advantage this week. He has better organizational strength and more resources. He can be more places at the same time as John McCain, which makes a difference when 21 states hold their contests on the same day. He [...]
McCain has yet to win a primary of only self-identified Republicans. Just who is going to show up for the GOP convention this summer in Minneapolis?
Shudder the thought: John Hood writes, “The larger significance? I’d say we are seeing the return of the Republican party of Teddy Roosevelt, Richard Nixon, and Gerald Ford. The Republican party of Ronald Reagan and Newt Gingrich will sit on the sidelines for a bit, perhaps to rest up for the next game.” What do [...]
All the chatter was that Florida was the first closed primary for the GOP — meaning only voters who registered as Republicans 29 days before the election could vote and that this would be the first true test for McCain. Reports tonight indicated Romney won the GOP vote while McCain was pushed over the top [...]
Mark Steyn minces no words (he never does): Tonight was a big win for illegal-immigration amnesty, remorseless socialization of health care, and big-government solutions to global warming. If McCain wins in November, he’ll be eager to show he can “work” with a Democratic Congress. If Hill wins, she’ll want to make a mark, fast. And, [...]