Alan Barton and the Front Page crew take a look at the asinine claim of a 9 to 1 spending gap in the Wisconsin recall election, and the even more asinine thought that a spending difference means an end to the democratic process.
An yet another well reasoned argument comparing our civilization to the Roman Empire, more specifically its fall. This one has a twist to it however, and that twist is the realization that we don't have to do this. We can pull ourselves out of it by simply discarding the blather and nonsense spouted by the pampered elite pseudo intellectuals who unfortunately keep finding themselves in positions where credence is lent to their idiocy. Watch MSNBC for five minutes some evening, and you will instantly know what I mean.
One of the unexpected sources of amusement for me this election season has been to watch Bill Clinton's destruction of the Obama Campaign while appearing everywhere with the President and clapping him patronizingly on the back. We have run the gamut from Clinton being taken to the woodshed to having the Obama Campaign claim that Wild Billy Jeff is senile now. I don't know how much longer this will continue, and no, I am not a Clinton fan now, but it is fun to watch Don Clintonleone teach the Bamster how the game of political destruction should be played.