What the GOP has done for decades to reach minorities has not worked, and will never work.
Conventional wisdom was also defeated on Tuesday night.
The election is going to convince most Dems that Obama is leading the party right off the edge of a cliff.
Again and again, conservative candidates are cut down by the party in primaries.
The message is clear: as long as conservatives are paying the GOP piper, they are also going to call the tune.
Like a combination of Kato Kaelin and Joey Buttafuoco, only far more malicious and self-centered.
Professional sports — an industry that forgives and employs accused rapists, wife-beaters, and other assorted criminals — just can't handle a conservative.
An enlightened leftist reaches across the aisle.
It's bad enough when she is mercilessly bashed from the left. But it really stings when Republicans lay into her.
Political violence is not only more common, but more mainstream and acceptable on the left.
We have to face the truth: it's not just the message — it's who's delivering it.
The right is coming down just as hard on Sanford as the left — if not more so. (Also read Roger L. Simon: What Mark Sanford Did (Wrecked Our Priorities))
What is it about Palin that has her detractors so repulsed?
It views the conservative base like a medieval monarch viewed his serfs.
A response to Adam Graham's argument that conservatives shouldn't play dirty.
It's time to give them a taste of their own medicine.
How can we expect Iran, Venezuela, North Korea, or Russia to act responsibly if they believe they have nothing to fear from us?
If you were looking for signs of straight talk, competence, or substance, there was precious little to be found. (Also read Stephen Green: Will the Real Obama Please Shut Up?)
Republicans must avoid going over the cliff with the Democrats.
Rush delivered a magnificent speech. However, there is one important arena in which, put plainly, I think he was wrong. (See PJTV's coverage of CPAC here.)
Here's how the GOP can charge into 2010 with a fired-up conservative base and appeal to a wider slice of the American public.
America is ruder, cruder, and more paranoid than it once was. The anonymity of the Web bears much of the blame.
From Spitzer to Edwards to Blagojevich, there were barely enough dunce caps to go around.
It was the Right that delivered America to the Democrats.