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Memorial Crosses: To Be or Not to Be?

Hamlet, Shakespeare’s melancholy Dane, epitomized the man paralyzed by indecision, never sure how he should feel or act. With the decision to deny review in the case of California’s Mount ...

The Tea Party in 2012

Surviving incumbency in the Age of the Tea Party is not easy for long-serving senators. Orrin Hatch seems to have made it through the gauntlet, but Bob Bennett didn’t two ...

Is the GOP Primary Over?

K-Lo asks me to write a quick reaction after each primary night and I always agree, and she hasn’t noticed yet that I have been writing the same thing since late January: The ...

Santorum and Romney to the Endgame

If this was match play golf, Rick Santorum would be seven shots down with six holes to play. He has indeed played the last three holes wonderfully well, winning in Kansas, ...

Ohio & November

Mitt Romney’s come-from-behind win in Ohio, like his come-from-behind win in Michigan the week before, made for a very good night for Romney, but not good enough to kill off ...

Closing Comment

Very good night for Romney because the fiery Newt had nothing to torch, and in fact was battling back the charges of lobbying/influence peddling from the start.  So now the ...

ABC Orders Roses

Those local “journalists” were paid for by George Stephanopoulos to fall off the floor he hit with contraception. From subtle lefty bias, to hard-left-agenda journalism, to inane and absurd in ...

Next Round

The local talent is auditioning for MSNBC. Every question is from the left-side of the spectrum, and when Romney reviews the Obama disaster sequence the follow-up is . . . ...

Round Two

A major network finally gets to the most important question of the cycle: Iran. Romney benefits by getting to be serious first – “Of course it is an act of war.” ...

Round One

Newt got hammered.  The lobbying/influence peddling line of attacks from Romney cues new and old media for the next three days.  What did he do, when did he do it, ...