Republican Civil War
Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour isn’t running for president, after all.
In a statement this afternoon, Barbour said he couldn’t offer the kind of committment it takes to successfully mount a campaign for the White House.
“A candidate for president today is embracing a ten-year commitment to an all-consuming effort, to the virtual exclusion of all Read More
Despite the fact that Haley Barbour and the Republican Governor’s Association aren’t committing to spending money in New York, Steve Levy says the group is backing him in the Republican primary, and may give him money in the general election.
“They set up a meeting with me,” and “they do not believe Rick Read More
Date Night star Tina Fey was back as host of Saturday Night Live, and she brought along her Sarah Palin getup, plus a question: What would the world look like if Ms. Palin had her own television network?
Not to be outdone in the comedy realm, Newt Gingrich told CNN’s Candy Crowley yesterday that Read More
Aside from Andre Bauer, the South Carolina lieutenant governor who may soon luck into his state’s top job, the biggest beneficiary of Mark Sanford’s sudden fall from grace could actually be the governor of Mississippi.
That would be 61-year-old Haley Barbour, who chaired the Republican National Committee in the mid-1990s Read More
ST. PAUL—The latest word is that Hurricane Gustav has been downgraded to a Category 1 storm and that water levels in New Orleans are receding – strong and encouraging signs that the Crescent City and the rest of the Gulf Coast will be spared tragedy and destruction on the scale of Hurricane Katrina. Read More
On Saturday, the 27th annual Mississippi in the Park picnic will be held in Central Park’s East Meadow, featuring Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, for native Mississippians now living in the New York area.
Deborah Glick hosts a breakfast before petitioning at the Village Independent Democrats’ clubhouse.
On Monday, Manhattan Libertarians Read More