Tag: "2010 Election"

Chomsky: The Republican Victory Means Our Doom

Chomsky: The Republican Victory Means Our Doom

| January 23, 2011 | Comments (4)

At some point we will stop thinking of Noam Chomsky as a leading intellectual and start thinking of him as a doddering old fool who has soaked so long in progressive politics that his once-formidable mind has gone soft as a down pillow. “There’s other factors like the anger, and the fear and hostility in [...]

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Jimmie at Hot Air: Afghani Tomfoolery and GOP State Domination

| November 24, 2010 | Comments (1)

Over at Hot Air today, I wrote a couple posts about stories that, to be honest, should have been bigger news but, for whatever reason, just weren’t. First up, the story of how a man pretending to be a high-ranking member of the Taliban managed to fool the Afghan government and a bunch of western [...]

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Put the Angry Mob on Hold. We’re Still Fighting Progressives Over Here.

Put the Angry Mob on Hold. We’re Still Fighting Progressives Over Here.

| November 8, 2010 | Comments (2)

Erick Erickson, bestselling conservative author and CNN commentator, wants you to know today that he’s not blaming anyone specifically for the Republican Party’s failure to turn a historic election into a super-dee-duper historic election. No, sirree. He’s not blaming anyone in particular at all, and he’s not encouraging you to blame anyone either. Nope. He’s [...]

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Conservatives, It’s Time to Grow the Hell Up.

| November 7, 2010 | Comments (8)

Dan Riehl is not happy with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie today. Why, you might ask? It’s not as if Christie has been a milquetoast conservative. He has gone head-up against public sector unions and beaten them. He is regularly combative with the MSM in his own state and around the nation yet does not [...]

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Not a Bad Rookie Season for the Tea Parties

| November 3, 2010 | Comments (2)

How effective was the Tea Party Tuesday in fielding and backing winning candidates? Pretty darned effective, I’d say. For all the talk of the Tea Party’s strength - and there will certainly be a significant number of their candidates in Congress - just 32% of all Tea Party candidates who ran for Congress won and [...]

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All the Post-Election Links You Need, Right Here.

| November 3, 2010 | Comments (2)

I promised you all an Election Day summary post this morning and, after spending a few hours recovering from a marathon day at my polling place yesterday, running a couple errands, and combing through way too many pieces that said the same old things in the same old ways, I think I have a few [...]

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Handicapping Tomorrow’s Action: Don’t Bet on Blue.

| November 1, 2010 | Comments (1)

My friend Clyde Middleton of the excellent Liberty Pundits media collaborative asked me to be part of a roundtable post wherein several bloggers would handicap tomorrow’s election and look a bit past it to what the country will look like afterwards. He tossed my contribution in with those of such new media luminaries as Melissa [...]

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If They’re Sassing Steny on the Campaign Trail, They Might Vote Him Out Tomorrow

| November 1, 2010 | Comments (2)

If you had asked me before the weekend whether I thought Charles Lollar had a chance to unseat Steny Hoyer, my response would have been something like “No, but it sure would be nice”. Hoyer is Nancy Pelosi’s right-hand man in the House and, thanks to his relentless use of taxpayer dollars, he has built [...]

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