h/t commenter Justaslob
Ted Cruz is embroiled in a last minute controversy regarding his latest campaign mailers, but the networks decided to ignore it, why?
Looks like Reince Priebus has given up on Iowa and New Hampshire.
Carly Fiorina embarrasses herself by rooting for Iowa against her own alma mater in the Rose Bowl to pander for votes.
In a National Journal story, an adviser to Scott Walker openly boasts that Walker is going to flip-flop if he's the Republican presidential nominee next year.
If I didn't know better, I'd think that Republicans are completely FUBARing their primaries to prove their contention that government is not the answer. But I think the truth of it is that Republicans are so fundamentally incompetent in running
News of January 20, 1980 and the week past. Carter White House inching closer to calling Boycott of Summer Olympic games in Moscow, getting sporadic support from allies. Soviet Afghanistan incursion now going through Public Relations phase, starting with kicking out US reporters, following in the steps of Iran's expulsion of foreign journalists. Final dispatches filed say growing unrest with Khomeni regime. United Nations votes unanimously to condemn Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and Justice William O. Douglas dies.
Here is a shining example of how dedicated Republicans are to vote accuracy and integrity. Two weeks and three days after the Iowa caucuses, Iowa Republicans have announced that Rick Santorum actually won Iowa by 34 votes. Maybe. Via
The big news first. Rick Perry announced he would return to Texas to see if there was any path forward for his campaign. Hint to Perry: There isn't. Stay in Texas. But I couldn't resist this clip, because it so perfectly displays the
I hate to break this to Bill Kristol, but there are Democratic caucuses in Iowa tonight, and Democrats will be there for them. While he may think it's "cheesy" for the Democratic candidate for President to speak to his supporters, his nasty
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