While the jubilation in the streets of Egypt is fully warranted, make no mistake: the next move (indeed, the next several) belong to the military.
While earlier in the day the indications were that Mubarak was on his way out, Mubarak himself had different plans it would seem. The question becomes: now what?
Is CPAC an important event, or just a con for cons?
Predicting (after a fashion) what the SCOTUS will do with the PPACA and a return to the Commerce Clause and the activity/inactivity disucssion.
It really shouldn’t be a surprise that that Democratic Leadership Council is on its last legs.
Glenn Beck seems to have more in common with End Time preachers than he does with a serious political analyst.
It seems to me that inactivity can have just as profound affects as activity and likewise that it is rather difficult to argue that health care isn’t part of interstate commerce.
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?