The coverage of Egypt shows an over-reliance on pundits and an under-reliance on actual experts.
The US has limited influence over events in Egypt–something that recent history should underscore (although not everyone appears to understand this fact).
The situatution in Egypt continues to escalate as the state strikes back at the prostests.
The House has voted to repeal the broken system of financing presidential elections.
Ok, oh scolders, what is it you want us to be blogging about in lieu of discussing a certain Hockey Mom?
The newest WaPo/ABC News poll numbers.
The current approach of the GOP to health care is not dissimilar to its approach to fiscal policy: not a lot of substance.
Both Bill Kristol and Brit Hume had interesting observations about Palin’s “blood libel” speech today on FNS.
A poll that came out late last week purports show that Palin’s speech helped her public image. However, if we look at the numbers, that claim is a weak one.
Palin’s “blood libel” speech continued to keep here in the conversation about Tucson, and not in a positive way.
Palin is missing an opportunity in the way she is dealing with the whole target graphic situation.