The Other McCain

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Feds Are Mystified Why Syrian Named Mohamad Planned Terrorist Attack

Almost as soon as the July 14 shooting happened in Fargo, North Dakota, the media rushed to emphasize that nothing was known about the gunman’s motive. On a Friday afternoon, on a busy street just blocks away from the city’s Downtown Street Fair, there was a traffic accident. When police responded to the accident, they […]

As ‘Blue Wave’ Collapses, Desperate Democrat Denounced by Women

  Democrat Sen. Heidi Heitkamp voted against confirming Justice Kavanaugh, and her poll numbers in North Dakota, which had never been very good, took a sharp turn for the worse. It appears that most voters in North Dakota don’t share Sen. Heitkamp’s anti-male ideology and the desperate Democrat has now made her problems even worse: […]

North Dakota GOP Screws Over Santorum

I’d heard some talk about this: Evidently, the pro-Romney leadership of the North Dakota Republican Party rigged their state convention so that, despite the fact that Mitt Romney came in third in the March 6 caucuses, he got most of the delegates. The Right Scoop has this video: (Hat-tip: Richard McEnroe on Twitter.) The amazing […]

Palin Helps Romney Win Alaska

WASHINGTON, Pennsylvania Mitt Romney has a powerful ally in his effort to win the Republican nomination: Sarah Palin, who told a Fox News reporter last night that she voted for Newt Gingrich. Gingrich got 1,834 votes in the Alaska caucuses, giving the former House Speaker 14.2% of the vote, good for a fourth-place finish behind […]

Attention, Lonely Women

There you are, alone at your computer on a Saturday night. Sure, you’re attractive in your own special way. But that miserable city where you live is full of beta males, metrosexuals and other wimpy guys who don’t know how to appreciate a woman like you. There’s only one thing left to do: Head to […]

Regis Philbin, 79, to Retire

And isn’t it about time? Regis Philbin, a star of morning television for a generation, made a surprise announcement at the start of “Live with Regis and Kelly” Tuesday morning, telling viewers that he intends to step down sometime later this year. The decision will mark the end of one of television’s longest runs on […]

Nine Key States for 2012

Jennifer Rubin identifies the Democratic senators who are most vulnerable in the next cycle: Jon Tester, Bill Nelson, Jim Webb, Claire McCaskill, Ben Nelson, Sherrod Brown, and Kent Conrad, for starters. That’s a total of seven Democrats who voted for (were all the 60th vote for) ObamaCare, supported the stimulus plan, and come from states […]

Marcela Hoeven Bikini Scandal?

North Dakota Gov. John Hoeven is 47 points ahead in a Senate campaign that is, by all odds, the closest thing to a surefire pick-up for Republicans this fall. And yet it appears that there are some fiendish Democrats who hope that “family values” conservatives will be horrified to discover that the governor’s daughter Marcela […]