Given the events of the last few days, were I Thad Cochran down there in Mississippi, I wouldn't want to see this quote popping up in Mother Times at all. So it makes sense that, after an inconclusive
(Permanent MusicalAccompaniment To This Post) Being our semi-regular weekly survey of what's goin' down in the several states where, as we know, the real work of governmentin' gets done, and where Georgia
Once again, just as it was before the George W. Bush Presidency launched its mendacious clusterfck in Iraq, the McClatchy Washington bureau has decided to be invaluable again. It seems that the folks our
For some reason, there is a reluctance on the part of many of our political observers to consider the effectiveness in a campaign of issues that act as what the folks on the arson squad call an "accelerant."
The past continues to shoot at the present in Iraq. Yet another day, and yet another public pronouncement from the president, and yet another spasm of outrage from the foreign-policy claque that got us
(Permanent Musical Accompaniment The The Last Post Of The Week From The Blog's Second-Favourite Canadian) OK, I takes all I can stand and I can't stands no more. Because it is hard to get your bearings
The elevation of Dave Brat to Tranformational National Figure by peoplewho should know better continues apace. (And Steve M is correctin comparing Brat's libertarian Potemkin populism with the sudden of
You just knew that the collapse of Iraq was going to bring out the absolute worst of the largely history-impaired kidz at Tiger Beat On The Potomac. First, we discover that the easily predictable long-term