The wheel of fortune has spun once again, and the GOP Next President of the United States of the Week is now Rick Santorum.
Mind you, no one thinks Santorum will actually be the nominee. He's just running third in some optimistic polls -- of the Iowa caucuses, which is no bellwether. Yet all the wo ... More >>
Maybe it's because of the holidays, but we're learning to stop worrying and love Newtmentum.
Amazingly, the former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich looks like the front-runner in the Republican Presidential race. This delights rightbloggers who enjoy Gingrich's cantankerous style. But it's not a ... More >>
Nouriel Roubini -- who's basically living like a rap star after screaming about how utterly fucked the American economy was before it happened, watching it happen, and telling everyone how he told them so -- just made a headline tonight when he put the chances of a "renewed recession" for Ame ... More >>
8:05. The look of surprise Hillary Clinton uses when she greets people in crowds makes her look like she's trying to wake herself up. We wonder if she has a callous on her cheek from getting kissed. Whoops, Brian Williams said "death panels" was bogus! Liberalmediabias! Do a shot!
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"Staten Island's car dealers brace for post-'Clunkers' letdown," says the Staten Island Advance. Wait a minute -- we thought the program was a failure! Certainly rightbloggers like to say so. Wizbang called it "a complete failure" -- because it hadn't disbursed most of its funds. (And you thought th ... More >>
The House passed it last week, and now the Senate and Obama have signed on, so Cash for Clunkers (known to the gummint as CARS, or Car Allowance Rebate System), which ran out of its first billion dollars in funding in one week, has $2 billion. Interest in the program remains high, so that mig ... More >>