Last week, a highly unscientific Scholars & Rogues poll asked our readers this question: What percent of the popular vote do you believe Barack Obama would win in the upcoming election if he […]
In case you missed it, the University of Alabama defeated LSU last night, winning the BCS national championship best-of-two series by a 1-1 margin. Congrats to the Tide. Yep, the BS BCS […]
You can smell that foul odor wafting through the air — presidential politics. Wannabees who won’t say they wannabee are peddling books. Sharply dressed and coiffed “I haven’t decided yet” politicians descend […]
“It’s absolutely stunning to me, the contempt in which the network holds the audience. The idea that these people have standards is laughable.” Who said it?
“I am ready to meet my Maker. Whether my Maker is prepared for the great ordeal of meeting me is another matter.” Who said it?
Last week, the Yale Project on Climate Change and the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communications released their 2009 “Six America’s” study. The study finds that the U.S. population can […]
Results: It was neck and neck between Cream and John Mellencamp as late as 5pm yesterday, but between then and closing time Mellencougar poured it on and pulled away for a comfortable […]
by Phil Rockstroh Even as President Barrack Obama waxed eloquent in Cairo, Egypt, on the moral imperatives of the community of nations, public opinion polls released in the United States revealed that, […]
by JS O’Brien The mainstream media is reminding me more and more of football announcers struggling to keep viewers from changing channels. Bud: Well, the Bumblin’ Bombers are down by 15 with […]
by JS O’Brien Conventional wisdom in presidential elections is that they almost always tighten near the end. Today’s Rasmussen Reports tracking poll, which shows Obama’s lead shrinking to +3, 50% to 47%, […]