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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are glad to see Tennessee Rep. Marsha Blackburn expanding her lead over Democrat Phil Bredesen in the tight Tennessee Senate race. They also cringe as UN Ambassador Nikki Haley announces she is resigning at the end of the year, ending two years of clear, principled service on behalf of the U.S. And Jim unloads on Democrats for suggesting the Kavanaugh confirmation was illegitimate by pointing out that Democrats have declared almost every good election result for conservatives over the past 40 years to be illegitimate for one reason or another.
Tonight, Taylor Swift, who, up until this point in life had shrewdly stayed clear of politics knowing that it would alienate half her fan base, decided to forgo her Swiss-like neutrality and throw her support behind Senate Candidate Phil Bredesen (D) because he stated two days ago that if – and the if is the […]
After a holiday hiatus, Julie and I finally return to catch up with each other and discuss Rob Porter’s resignation, the #MeToo movement and feminism, and Mustangman getting stabbed in downtown Portland (he’s ok, folks) by a man who said Taylor Swift told him to do it. Preview Open
I’m sure you all know of the worldwide–world-historical, as our Marxist friends would say–popularity or importance of Miss Taylor Swift. May I draw your attention to the title of her recent album of such popular music? 1989. Say it with me, if not for my sake, then for Miss Berlinski’s: 1989 is really about what’sherface! […]