The NSA controversy, which continues to develop, has been useful in a lot of ways. It's gotten people talking after a long period of quiet about the surveillance powers of the state -- and whereas the national security state had legions of defenders back in post-9/11 days, in these post-post-9/11 da ... More >>
Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul spoke at historically black Howard University last week, and it was a major event. No, he didn't seem to win any black votes for the GOP -- even his fans admit as much. But white people of the rightblogger variety were all over it, and that's what counts. Some ... More >>
Yesterday, President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney completed their final full day of what will go down as one of the most incessant, important, negative and, yes, divisive presidential races in the history of the United States. The two candidates spent their last 24 hour ... More >>
So how are the other candidates doing? Other candidates? No, not the senate or house folks, but the other presidential candidates. Yes, there are actually people who aren't in the two main parties who have their own ideas about fixing this country, who had the courage to run for president. Number ... More >>
As everyone has heard by now, Pride Week came a little early to the White House as President Obama said, "I think same sex couples should be able to get married." He didn't push any legislation, and he said legalization should be left up to the states. But he is a U.S. President who has endorsed gay ... More >>
That's what one writer says. Before you start screaming "foul" en route to resuming your gay-victory celebration, kindly check out the article by Roger Stone. It makes some points. "Once Gay Americans are through celebrating President Barack Obama's 'personal' support of Gay marriage equality, t ... More >>
Mitt Romney couldn't make it to the Southern Republican Leadership Conference this year, but with the help of a "grass roots" group of supporters led by '08 Romney presidential campaign advisors (one of whom is Mrs. Romney's ghostwriter), he scraped by second-place Ron Paul to win the preside ... More >>
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