I’m starting to think my governor might actually be mentally ill: Gov. Sarah Palin surprised lawmakers Tuesday by forwarding the names of three appointees to the single open state Senate seat. T
Steven Taylor: [Calling for Sen. Begich’s resignation because the Bush administration employed shitty prosecutors] reinforces the notion that she isn’t a statesman or a leader, but rather focu
Huh. Has anyone ever seen Olbermann and Poe in the same room? I’m hoping this guy wins the nomination next year, if for no other reason than to freak Palin out on a daily basis.
Weird day up here in The Crazy State. (1) Sherry “Fuckin’ Redneck” Johnson — the maybe, sort-of someday mother-in-law of Bristol Palin — has apparently been smelling a bi
I think Kim du Toit has been reading The Corner lately: [A]n increasingly large cohort of America in the lower 48 (and probably Hawaii) are p—-ies. They have no clue where their food comes from, the
Like everyone, I’m eagerly awaiting the final count in Alaska’s Senate election. The final 24,000 ballots will be counted today, with a few absentee ballots trickling in through Wednesday.
America’s Governor, responding to a question that no one had actually asked: I think OK, it provides opportunity, again, to do things right up here as the governor. And to make sure that, if tho
Steve Conn has some interesting observations on the race in Ohio, where Democratic turnout may have proven less of a factor in the race than the degree to which Republicans simply stayed home. In the