National Republicans are making a morbid political bet. It goes something like this: If there’s a deadly terrorist incident in the next three years, we win – big.
Their almost uniformly hysterical response to President Obama’s decision to bring Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other 9/11 terrorists to New York to face charges in federal Read More
I promise I’ll let the Lieberman/V.P. angle go after this, but I can’t resist pointing out the kooky logic employed by Newt Gingrich earlier this week in an effort to shoot down the Lieberman talk. In an appearance on Hannity and Colmes, the former Speaker said:
I like Senator Read More
I’m noticing a pattern here: Some outfit conducts a poll, throws Bob Barr’s name into the mix, and reports back that the former Georgia congressman and current Libertarian presidential nominee is scoring somewhere in the mid-single-digits. Then, a bunch of news outlets run the same basic story about how Barr is poised to play Read More
At noon, former Rep. Bob Barr will address the Federalist Society at Hofstra University School of Law.
At 1 p.m., Mike Bloomberg delivers his State of the City address at the New York City College of Technology in Brooklyn.
At 2 p.m., the New York Convention Center Operating Corporation’s
governance committee holds a meeting Read More
Backlash to Mayor Bloomberg’s national war on ilegal gun dealers has surfaced in Georgia, where Former U.S. Rep. Bob Barr filed a lawsuit against the mayor today arguing that his crackdown was “careless, willful and clearly illegal.”
Supporters of Mr. Barr’s have suggested the lawsuoit it is about the second amendment, Bloomberg has long Read More
Remember back when former Georgia Congressman Bob Barr, a Clinton impeachment leader, became a darling of the left for working with the ACLU to fight the Patriot Act?
Well, before his new friends get too excited, it’s worth noting that Barr is back on the Black Helicopter juice, as expressed in an email Read More
Now that everyone is allowed to laugh again, however anxiously, it seems appropriate to mention the farce currently playing on Capitol Hill, where members of Congress sworn to defend the United States are instead acting out their madcap obsessions. At a time when sane and sober people agree that airline security must be bolstered with Read More
Presidential press secretary Ari Fleischer, the balding boy who
cried “vandal,” is in a world of trouble. The clever ploy he executed last
January to demean the White House’s former occupants and thus dignify his
boss-all the while feigning high-minded disinterest-looks more and more like a
lowdown frame-up. His accusations about the damage done to Read More
Enough jokes about Larry Flynt’s Late-Night Bust. After launching a flutter of rumors around the world, with journalists trying to figure out whether the time announced for his press conference was Eastern or Pacific standard time, the only meat that America’s second-best-known pornographer could wave before a room of reporters the night of Jan. 11 Read More