If you've ever been frustrated, confused or irritated at trying to figure out what political "team" you're supposed to play for, join the club. It's enough to make a lot of people shrug their shoulders and opt for easier choices in life, like whether you want your steak medium or medium rare. Therefore, I've attempted to provide the most accurate and shortest explanation known to mankind.
Even if the health care bill fails, and if Republicans win back majority control in the House this November, the biggest conservative victory of the year probably took place this afternoon in Austin, Texas. After years of progressive slant in social studies textbooks, the Texas State Board of Education approved a new curriculum that would include more conservative ideas. This news is particularly important because it will effect how books are written nation-wide, as publishers […]
David Frum had a good piece on the special elections in New York, Virginia and New Jersey, from which an important quote should be observed: “And if the Republicans pick up an Arkansas Senate seat and a dozen blue-dog Democratic House seats in 2010, you can see this “tea party” mentality taking strong hold of the GOP in the run-up to 2012. But a political formula that encourages Republicans to write off the suburbs, the Northeast, […]