Politico’s Roger Simon, writing about a town hall meeting featuring Mitt Romney and John McCain that featured quite a few unfriendly questions from the audience, closes with this: After a few more questions, Romney says, “I am told we are out of time for questions.”… Read More
Archives for January 2012
Peter Wallison says no.
He ran this ad against Mitt Romney. (Thanks to Lew Rockwell’s Political Theatre .)
I just received an email from the Suffolk University Political Research Center in Boston; its latest Suffolk/7News New Hampshire poll (conducted January 3-4) returns these results: Romney 41% Paul 18% Santorum 8% Gingrich 7% Huntsman 7%
A few belated thoughts on Ron Paul and the Iowa caucuses. Certainly it’s a disappointment. Some people counter that what matters are the delegates, but in my opinion what actually matters right now is momentum, and an Iowa victory would have been great in that… Read More
The Heritage Foundation, as usual, is trying to rein in all non-establishment thinking, which is popping up all over the place these days. Its New Year’s Resolutions for Conservatives basically amount to this: if you still have any conservative instincts left, drop them and become a neoconservative already. Of course… Read More
A Facebook group with this creepy name has 1.5 million likes.