Got laid off? Thinking of fleeing to another city before you devour whatever is left in your piggy bank? How about sexy Scottsdale?
Wipe that disdainful expression off your face! If it’s good enough for Jenna Jameson, Hugh Downs, Barbara Eden, Leslie Nielsen, Ricky Schroder, former Vice President Dan Quayle and Alice Cooper, it’s Read More
"If I were giving advice to myself back on the day my candidacy was announced, I’d say, Tell the campaign that you’ll be callin’ some of the shots. Don’t just assume that they know you well enough to make all your decisions for ya. Let them know that you’re the CEO of a state, you’re Read More
The New Republic performed a service for journalists and bloggers the world over by posting Jacob Weisberg’s oft-cited March 12th 1990 article "The Veep’s Keeper" in which he dubbed then-chief of staff to the vice president William Kristol "Dan Quayle’s Brain." (Mr. Weisberg’s article comes via a post by Christopher Orr on Read More
When it comes to Barack Obama’s running-mate search, the question of “when?” is now being asked just as often as “who?”
The Politico is reporting that Obama’s decision is expected this week – but that it also might come “as late Read More
There’s plenty of of noise coming from the right these days, dire warnings to John McCain about the terrible consequences that will befall him if he fails to appease the Republican Party’s base with his VP selection. These voices come in response to McCain’s apparent openness to choosing a Read More
Theories abound about what qualities Barack Obama and John McCain should be looking for in a running mate. Does Obama need someone who’d bring instant credibility on national security and foreign policy to off-set McCain’s charges of inexperience and naïveté? How important is it for McCain, 24 years Obama’s senior, to fill out his ticket Read More
In the much-coveted Dan Quayle primaries, the former Vice President reportedly predicted that the Republican nomination will go not go to front-runner Rudy Giuliani or one-time party favorite John McCain.
The nomination, according to Quayle, will go to Mitt Romney [sixth from bottom].
How can this man be wrong?
– Azi Read More
Long before the release of An Inconvenient Truth, the new film about climate change starring Al Gore, the scientific consensus had ratified the warnings he has delivered over the past two decades. Leading business executives in the insurance, investment and even the energy industries have conceded that he was right. Conservative politicians who scoffed at Read More
Long before the release of An Inconvenient Truth, the new film about climate change starring Al Gore, the scientific consensus had ratified the warnings he has delivered over the past two decades. Leading business executives in the insurance, investment and even the energy industries have conceded that he was right. Conservative politicians who scoffed Read More
Life as a Republican intellectual can be rewarding in many ways-the money is pretty good-but it has never been free of a certain inherent tension.
Any reasonably well-educated Republican must always be prepared to cringe, at least during the past few decades. Such people have had to smile benignly when the late Senator Roman Hruska Read More