Blast From The Past
Bill de Blasio is upset with rival Joe Lhota’s latest ad.
The ad, released this morning, declared that if Mr. de Blasio wins the mayor’s race, the city will plunge back into an era where violence and riots ruled the streets. But Mr. de Blasio, who is far ahead in the polls, scoffed at the “desperate” move.
According to Scripture, it would be unseemly to visit the past alleged sins of George Bush the father upon George W. Bush the son. Boy George must answer for all too many of his own political peccadilloes, especially in the final week before the Super Tuesday primaries.
But that “independent” blitz of anti-John-McCain ads, financed Read More
How nice that everybody is now in favor of “campaign finance reform”-even George W. Bush. Like so many royalists do when confronted by pitchfork-toting populists, the Republican front-runner peeped out from under his overflowing treasure chest to issue a panicky endorsement of reform.
Suddenly, Mr. Bush has decided that “soft money” ought to be banned, Read More
Republicans and conservatives came to the White House the other day for one of those intimate little meetings with the President. He must have served them coffee, because without it, their intensely dull palaver about race in America would have put everyone, even that indefatigable listener Bill Clinton, to sleep.
The trouble was not that Read More