I just got a cold call from the Republican National Congressional Committee. Apparently, they got the idea that I’m a Republican, and gave me the honor of listening to a tape recorded message from some congressman exhorting me to join
Glenn reports that Hugh Hewitt has given John Edwards a golden opportunity: Memo to John Edwards and his campaign staff: I know you aren’t in the habit of sitting down with center-right radio hosts, even those with a long PBS
Glenn “Instapundit” Reynolds appears perturbed that the organizers of the Boston Democratic National Convention are considering establishing a “free speech zone” in a disadvantageous location. Well, they just learned it from the Bushies: The dissidents were confined to a specific
War of words: Ann Coulter — she’s cute and smart, but nuts — lambasted Democrats and former Senator Max Cleland for questioning Bush II’s National Guard Service. Molly Ivins took gleeful exception to Coulter’s remarks: But for sheer, vicious nastiness,
The sharks are starting to feed on themselves: For example, Peggy Noonan, the Reagan speechwriter, had this to say on Sunday in opinionjournal.com about Mr. Bush’s “Meet the Press” interview: “The president seemed tired, unsure and often bumbling. His answers
Bush: we don’t need your stinkin’ jobs!
[No] Tennis, anyone?
I seem to have misunderstood the results from last week’s primaries.
According to a CBS-supported campaign blog, Edwards beats Elvis in Memphis: “There was also an Elvis impersonator that was trying to attract a lot of attention, but much to his dismay, the focus this morning was on Edwards and not
It looks like the races in Virginia and Tennessee are tightening, albeit probably too late for Edwards. CBS reports that Kerry led an American Research Group poll of 600 Tennessee voters by 32 percent to Edwards 21 percent and Clark’s