by Smitty Thanks Texas, lauds Senator Ted Cruz, then starts in on a Dr. Seuss parody. The rest of Seuss: Genuinely funny, but delivered more as an entertainer than as a serious contender for high office.
by Smitty Her conversational, mocking tones make all the needful heads ‘splode on the Left. At the same time, her lack of demonstrated interest in running again saw her take 2% in the CPAC straw poll. Nevertheless, we luv huh.
by Smitty While staking out a line of sight for Sarah Palin, along came Erika Harold, and I was suddenly glad to be an old married fart, and spared the need to be any more than Platonically respectful of a truly gracious lady. But don’t stop at the pretty face. She’s got the mind and […]
Phyllis Schlafly and Ann Coulter at Saturday’s immigration panel. Vivid analogies are not evidence of hate and, while I’m sure this is going to become another one of those “CPAC controversy” headlines, the point Ann Coulter was making is entirely valid: “My favorite network for humor is MSNBC. They’re always sneering, demographics are changing. No this […]
NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland Congratulations to all the winners of 2014 Blog Bash awards, particularly Blogger of the Year, William Jacobson of Legal Insurrection. Many thanks to my fellow bloggers who voted to award me the “Best Activism Post” at Thursday’s Blog Bash. The winning entry, “Aggravating Circumstances: Against the #FreeKate Campaign for Sexual Anarchy,” was […]
. . .but when I do, it’s really all about photo ops with the ladies. . . Congratulations to Kid of Lid, and her Award Winning Father, who picked up “Most Kosher Mensch of 2013″ this year at CPAC, or something. Also saw Pete Ingemi at CPAC this morning, but this is a terribly busy […]
NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland Ted Cruz was on stage in the Potomac Ballroom when I turned to Dave Weigel and said, “He can really preach it, eh?” Weigel said, “Well, that’s what his father did.” Indeed, the Texas senator’s father, Rafael Cruz, is an evangelical pastor, and the son’s sermon was the straight-up Tea Party gospel […]
Every year, the question is, “How can this CPAC possibly better than last year’s?” I’m not sure, but every year they try: As soon as attendees at the 40th annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) check into their hotel rooms, they will see evidence that the 2016 presidential campaign has already begun. Room keys at […]keep looking »