16 Days of Sarah Palin at CPAC: Day 8 Anticipation

This is the 8th of my series of Sarah Palin clips from CPAC 2014 & commentary upon them: Day 1: The Crowd Day 2: The Entrance Day 3: Dr. Seuss Day 4: Why Sarah Feels Good Day 5: Playing Prevent Day 6: Sinking Ships Day 7: Flexibility Pens & Putin We are at the half … Continue reading 16 Days of Sarah Palin at CPAC: Day 8 Anticipation

Field guide to NLRC 2014 Nashua: Jake Wagner

I spoke to Jake Wagner of the NH College Republicans at the NLRC event: I interviewed him at the Scott Brown protest, he was across the street holding a sign for Brown. ************************************************ It's Monday and we're $47 toward our goal of $365 to pay the mortgage and the writer. After three straight weeks missing … Continue reading Field guide to NLRC 2014 Nashua: Jake Wagner

History in a Post-American World

by Linda Szugyi So I'm finally getting around to reading a book my dad gave me awhile back. The Land That Never Was is a nonfiction account of a self-aggrandizing Scot who, in the 1820s, swindled large numbers of people out of large amounts of money by inventing an imaginary Central American nation and appointing himself ruler of it. … Continue reading History in a Post-American World

Field Guide to CPAC 2014 Shona Holmes

A lot of us talk about the problems of Obamacare but nobody knows it better than a person like Shona Holmes who has actually lived it: her words remind me of part of Mark Steyn's speech at NLRC 2014 concerning Obamacave vs the Canadian System it has all the bad parts of the system without … Continue reading Field Guide to CPAC 2014 Shona Holmes

Why Rand Paul’s win at the NLRC 2014 in Nashua is bigger than you think

One of the things you hear concerning CPAC and the straw poll is that it's not so much a test of who is most popular but who turns out their people. For example Rand Paul's people were all over CPAC for his speech: I had friends who came down for the single day of his … Continue reading Why Rand Paul’s win at the NLRC 2014 in Nashua is bigger than you think