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The Headache Factor

The New York Times celebrated St Patrick’s Day not with a wearin’ of the green, but instead a wary look at the long shots in the Republican presidential field. Chief among “The Grey Lady’s” concerns: what it dubs “the Ben … Continue reading

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The GOP’s Fight Club

Sometimes, late-night television writers have to scrounge for material. Other times, comedy falls right in their laps. For example: news reports that a 68-year-old Mitt Romney plans to climb into the ring with former boxing champ Evander Holyfield. It’s part … Continue reading

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The Democrats’ W.C. Fields Day

Apparently, they rather would be in Philadelphia. Let the jokes commence about The City of Brotherly Love, now that it gets to be the host site for Hillary Clinton’s coronation the 2016 Democratic National Convention — word of which has been officially … Continue reading

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Thinkin’ Lincoln

A quick hat-tip to Abraham Lincoln, born on this day in 1809. Here’s a look at how America’s 16th president continues to impact the nation’s daily life. And here’s a look at how the Great Emancipator lost his birthday holiday … Continue reading

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Life After Romney

The week ends with a bang, not a whimper, what with the bombshell that Mitt Romney won’t seek the presidency. Count me among the surprised. I thought The Weekly Standard’s Jonathan V. Last summed it up nicely in the following … Continue reading

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2016 Poll Positions

What’s a race without odds, or an idea of who’s at the front of the pack? Thanks to the good folks at Fox News, we have this poll of where Republican and Democratic hopefuls stand a calendar year or so … Continue reading

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Temporarily Closed For Repairs

“Races” won’t be running for a few days, so that we can do a little fiddling with the site’s design. When we resume, we’ll throw ourselves full-bore (hopefully, not becoming a bore) into the 2016 presidential race, as well as … Continue reading

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