This is the 12th 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 Day 8: Anticipation Day 9: … Continue reading The 16 days of Sarah Palin at CPAC: Day 12 Liberated Much?
I spoke to Jim Rubens candidate for the GOP nomination for US Senate in NH at the NLRC event in Nashua: I suspect that he and Senator Brown will be competing for the same moderate votes in the state. Mr. Rubins web site is here.
by Fausta Rodríguez Wertz The Economist's cover story: Mr Putin’s new order, in short, is built on revanchism, a reckless disdain for the truth and the twisting of the law to mean whatever suits those in power. That makes it no order at all. Some of the more unsavory heads of state in Latin America … Continue reading Latin America: Putin gets his license
Michael Corleone: Your enemies always get strong on what you leave behind. Godfather III 1990 During my first day at CPAC 2014 I was greeted by Steven K Bannon, who amazingly recognized me sans fedora & scarf. He informed me that he was having a new "Uninvited" panel at the Westin where I was staying … Continue reading Field Guide to CPAC 2014: The Breitbart Panel on Ukraine
You get more of what you reward Glenn Reyonlds While every news network continues to speculate as to just what happened to that Malaysia air flight. The international poker game for the Rhineland Crimea has pretty much ended. The game was made a lot easier for Putin as the Ukraine gave up its best card … Continue reading Russia Risk and Reward