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Donna Brazile: Yes, I said Sarah Palin for President

This is from a recent column by Democrat political operative Donna Brazile: In my last column, I presented reasons why Sarah Palin should not be dismissed as a presidential hopeful. Because one column alone couldn’t cover everything, I offer another … Continue reading

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Latest AP Poll Shows Palin Ahead Among Republicans

Here are the approval ratings of GOP contenders among Republicans according to the most recent survey by the Associated Press-Gfk: Palin–63% Romney–61% Bachmann–54% Pawlenty–43% Gingrich–43% Huntsman–23% As noted by Don Surber, the AP report buries the lede–it is not until … Continue reading

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Whistling in the Graveyard: Romney Thinks That a Palin Candidacy Would Ensure His Win

So saith Mike Allen at Politico: Romneyworld strongly believes that if Palin gets in, he wins more easily. “The shock value would cause elected officials and party officials to rally around Mitt, because she’d scare the daylights out of them,” … Continue reading

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Is Pawlenty for Real?

Power Line has consistently held that Tim Pawlenty is the best contender for 2012, a questionable premise to say the least. Pawlenty has always seemed out of touch with everything going on outside of his state, and in a large … Continue reading

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Let’s Put the Birther Issue Aside, Once and for All

Along with the people over at Free Republic, Joseph Farah was one of the primary forces upholding conservatism throughout the wilderness of the Clinton years. Having said that, at times he has pushed some pretty flaky stuff. What do you … Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season for Mugwumpery!

Yes, ‘Mugwump‘ is a rather pejorative term, and so I hate to use it–many of the people I would apply the term to are otherwise compatriots and even friends. Some are on my blogroll. And, yes, some of their concerns … Continue reading

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To heal our country we need to get the arrogance out of the White House and the elitists out of the Congress–We need tough love

Peggy Noonan is a great writer and a true conservative, who nevertheless often gets loopy and wanders completely off the reservation. Lately, her articles have usually not been worth reading. However, her latest missive in the Wall Street Journal about … Continue reading

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