I believe I have seen the future of Maryland politics and his name is Dan Bongino. He is a former Secret Service agent and New York City police officer, husband to a wife who legally emigrated from Colombia, and he’s running for the United States Senate seat currently held by Ben Cardin. My friend Jim […]
Category: The 2012 Horse Race
I agree with Nice Deb. This GOP campaign video is good, but not quite there. What’s missing? Let’s go back to Nice Deb’s post for the answer. But that barely scrapes the surface of how divisive this President has been. The “hope and change” candidate who was sold as having “a first class temperament”, has proven […]
Why the GOP has agreed to subject their candidates to the best attacks the Democratic message machine can craft is entirely beyond me. Why we on the right have allowed the GOP to continue in its folly without serious pushback mystifies me as well.
You could call Episode 127 my surrender to Barack Obama and the Democrats. I prefer to look at it as a hard dose of reality applied like a splash of water in the faces of sleepy Republicans.
I was going to write a long post, probably in the area of 3,000 words, about the candidates, and which one I like but I decided not to. Oh sure, I could toss in bullet points and section headers and give you something every bit as good as you’d find in your average conservative political […]
It looks as if some of the big blogs on the right have picked a candidate for 2012 and his name is Rick Perry. Most of the core group of Red State writers laid out their case for the Texas Governor and while it’s not an official site endorsement, I’m not sure Erick Erickson would […]
I wonder how many questions we’ll get about soldiers shooting reporters in Iraq and how wonder Kim Jong-Il is?
Now that Herman Cain’s candidacy appears to be two inches away from mountainside impact, the other candidates should be conducting a quick inventory of his campaign in search of useful bits their can take and use in their own