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Night of the Yeoman
There are two Republican parties, and both had a candidate on the 2008 presidential ticket. John McCain was the candidate of the thin-blooded aristocracy, tired men who dislike certain elements of their nominal constituency far more intensely than their political opposition.
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The other Republican party is young and vital. On the 2008 ticket, its banner was carried by Sarah Palin. It’s the yeoman wing of the party, composed of people with middle-class backgrounds and real-world business experience.

Repeal.

Reorganize.

Renew. Regulators Failed to Address Risks in Oil Rig Fail-Safe Device

Officially our best-ever cease and desist

Merkel Tells Obama Spending Cuts to Boost Economy, Not Put Brake on Growth

I'm Beginning to Believe This Obama Fellow Is Unequal to the Task, by T. Coddington Van Voorhees VII, Intellectual Conservative At-Large

MoveOn Scrubs “General Betray Us” Page From Website . . . Update: Flashback to 2007, Obama Skipped Senate Vote to Condemn MoveOn . . . Update 2: Rationale Page Also Flushed. . . -- We have always been at war with Eastasia . . . we have never been at war with Eastasia . . .

President Obama took command

A McChrystal Endnote

Why Chicagoans Need Guns -- In short: because the bad guys have them, and the bad guys don't give a damn about gun control laws . . .

The Gulf's "Little People" Fight Back--Against Obama

Nikki Fever

Thomas Sowell, on Ends and Means -- Sowell caught in a contradiction? Or arguing how many angels are on the head of a pin?

U.S. to issue more flexible oil drilling moratorium -- "flexible moratorium." Um. OK.

Obama on Petraeus: A tale of two videos

Music of the Spheres? Stand by for the Boson Sonata

Petraeus for McChrystal

Obama administration eyeing price controls in health insurance -- "Price control" exactly equals "failed, wrongheaded economic policies." Exactly.

A few questions for President Obama

Obama's beef with India

Obama Changes His Tune -- "This video from September 2007 reminds us that before Obama became a lousy President, he was a lousy Senator."

Police: Argument over butter in macaroni and cheese churns into violence for siblings

Summit League to consider UND for membership

Obama’s Radical Agenda Revealed

Can't? Or won't? -- OK, this is silly. (Cue dramatic deep voice) OR IS IT??? (Cue spooky music)

NBC/WSJ poll: Americans losing faith in Obama

Last Chance Saloon

Century of No Progress -- "But has Tesla had the last laugh after all?"

The Pat and Geno convo

SDSU to host Preseason WNIT

SDSU sells out tickets for Nebraska football game

The Brilliant but Confused Radicalism of George Orwell

Obama drops under 50% approval … in California

McChrystal wasn’t the problem in Afghanistan -- The problem in Afghanistan is radical Islamism. But we have a President whose administration can't even say those two words. And that's a problem, too.

Telling Congress to Reduce the Deficit by Cutting Spending

Q: Where does the Constitution authorize the federal government to wage the war on drugs? A: The surge in Iraq worked! -- This is usually how trying to discuss issues with "progressives" goes . . . you go away shaking your head, wondering what color the sky is in their world . . .

Supreme Court: Disclosure of Referendum Petitions Does Not Violate First Amendment

The End is Near

Dem Rep says “minorities, defective[s]” not “average, good American people” -- Occasionally, the mask slips and we see what Democrats really think and believe, when they're not concentrating on duping the rubes . . .

Was Venus Once a Habitable Planet?

Did Obama eliminate a 2012 challenger by sending Petraeus back to the front?

The Green Job Phantasm

Guns Save Lives: Why the right to keep and bear arms is essential in a free society

Small Amount of Common Preservative Increases Toxins from Harmful Bacteria in Food, Study Finds

Dead man walking: Hamas founder's son insults Islam

Sharron Angle 48%, Harry Reid 41%

Invincible Apple: 10 Lessons From the Coolest Company Anywhere