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  • Who got the most applause at the GOP debate? Ron Paul. Again.

    Who got the most applause at the GOP debate? Ron Paul. Again.
    Debates are a tricky thing to judge. Everyone has an opinion and people view the candidates' performances through a political lense. Pro-war viewers likely identify with Rick Santorum or Tim Pawlenty. Those who think we need to pull out of overseas wars...
  • Wildly inappropriate presidential poll matchups

    Wildly inappropriate presidential poll matchups
    The good folks at Public Policy Polling decided to use their valuable time conducting a presidential poll including Charlie Sheen. Yes, he of Adonis DNA and tiger blood.  Even though it's been widely misreported that Sheen won matchups against both...
  • This week's "Anvil of Reason" award. And the winner is ...

    This week's "Anvil of Reason" award. And the winner is ...
    Last week, we introduced the "Wile E. Coyote Anvil of Reason Award," given to that person in the news who most needs a dose of brutal cartoonish enlightenment. This week, we have several worthy nominees. They are:  • Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.)...
  • Rick Perry: Macho, macho man

    Rick Perry: Macho, macho man
    Yes, Rick Perry might seem a little, well, out there with some of his public statements. But the Texas governor has something that our current commanded-in-chief lacks: Overt machismo.  And this cannot be underestimated. Macho men have a long history...
  • Michele Bachmann believes she is divinely ordained to transform government

    A Christian dominionist won the Republican straw poll in Iowa this weekend ("Bachmann wins; Perry's in," Aug. 14) Michele Bachmann believes that as an elected leader she has a divinely ordained duty to transform American government to the dictates of...
  • Michele Bachmann: Queen of the flip-flop

    I see that Republican candidate Michele Bachmann is now "guaranteeing" gas will be $2 a gallon if she becomes president. Wow! As anyone familiar with the free market knows, there is only one way to guarantee that gas is going to be at the price set by...
  • The one headache Obama doesn't have

    The one headache Obama doesn't have
    Considering all the political woes that have besieged Barack Obama in the third year of his presidency — including the disappointment in him many liberal Democrats have loudly expressed — you might expect he'd have a challenge by now for the...
  • Hurricane Irene: an almighty wind?

    Hurricane Irene: an almighty wind?
    Michele Bachmann says that the earthquake and hurricane that have recently hit the East Coast of the United States were sent as some sort of divine warning message to politicians in Washington to curb government spending. I must respectfully disagree. I...
  • Bret Baier, Chris Wallace make Fox News a winner at Iowa debate

    Bret Baier, Chris Wallace make Fox News a winner at Iowa debate
    I hate the unprecedented extent to which Fox News has involved itself in Republican politics, but I have to admit the channel presented a first-class, rousing and illuminating debate among GOP candidates Thursday night. Most of the credit has to go to...
  • Political impact of 9/11 fades

    At a town hall meeting in Catonsville last week, Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin spent a half-hour answering questions, including whether Congress would cut Medicare, address immigration or impeach President Barack Obama. Despite the breadth of the discussion,...
  • Voting for the Republican, by default

    I sympathize with the letter Dovey Kahn wrote in today's Baltimore Sun ("Obama by default," Sept. 6). Just as some will hold their nose and vote for President Obama in 2012, I held my nose and voted for John McCain in 2008, and I'll likely be holding my...
  • Republicans are running on policy issues, not religion

    I have to take issue with Susan Reimer's recent column ("Are they running for president or pastor?" Sept. 19). One particular statement is such a stretch it reminds me of the blatantly biased columns in my college paper many years ago. Ms. Reimer states:...