Stephen Green adds his unique commentary to the proceedings. (Also read Roger Kimball "What Ronald Reagan has to say about today’s 'bipartisan' circus on health care")
It's a bit too early in the morning for drunkblogging, but the Vodkapundit is still following the golfer's return to the national spotlight.
As schizophrenic as the times we're living in can seem, try not to get whiplash between now and November.
President Obama makes his first State of the Union speech tonight. Vodkapundit's Stephen Green is ready — martinis in hand. (See also Richard Fernandez: "The State of the Union Speech")
Join VodkaPundit's Stephen Green as the president raises his glass to the troops and sends 30,000 more of them to Afghanistan.
After 18 months of campaigning on the issue and nine months of being commander-in-chief, you'd think Obama would have an Afghanistan strategy. (Also read Richard Fernandez: The Battle of the Irishmen.)
It was torn down by the brave men and women it imprisoned. Let's not forget that. (Also read Roger Kimball: The Lessons of Berlin, 1989)
How did such a successful comedian — such a successful network — fall so far, so fast?
The evidence is clear: Barack Obama was kidnapped and brainwashed in his youth by evil political operatives — Republican operatives.
The White House posts a Facebook quiz to inform the public about ObamaCare. No, really.
Vodkapundit's Stephen Green reports on today's huge D.C. protest. (Also see: Marching by (Extrapolated) Numbers)
The Vodkapundit is listening to the president's address carefully to see if the public option will help save his liver.
Obama is taking it upon himself to lecture to the entire U.S. public school system. Let's keep our kids home that day.
Stephen Green listened carefully to President Obama's press conference on health care — trying to determine whether care of his vodka-challenged liver will be covered. (Watch PJTV's virtual health care forum here.)
The stunning announcement may spell doom for her political future. (Read more from Ed Driscoll here.)
He's got the babes and the syndication deal, but who's paying?
Our freedom and liberty is precious — let's not throw it away.
It's a bleak future for car lovers for whom size does matter.
An evening with the real American Idol. No, not Barack Obama — Vodkapundit's Stephen Green, who juiced up for his play-by-play analysis of the big speech.
How the mainstream press takes its marching orders from radical rabble-rouser Saul Alinsky. (Also see Bill Whittle: "What Media Bias Really Costs the Republic.")
The good and bad news about Defense Secretary Robert Gates' new spending plan.
The withdrawals just keep on coming, and our president can't calm down the markets. Time to call in a therapist.
No matter what we do, we're painted as the villains. So let's twirl our mustaches and get to work.