Friday, November 7, 2008
Required Reading 11/7
READ OF THE DAY
Aliens Cause Global Warming by Michael Crichton
R.I.P. Michael Crichton
Palin And The GOP
Love Sarah Palin or hate her, there seems to be little in between, the Alaska Governor has become a national political figure.
Obama Needs A Strong Foreign Policy
Voters continue to harbor doubts about Democrats on security.
How To Block The Liberal Agenda
Democrats won big on Tuesday, but not big enough.
The Children Are Watching
America makes history, but the mandate is for moderation.
Mr. Emanuel is likely to be a restraining influence on the wackier members of Congress.
Cowards by Michelle Malkin
The character assassination of Sarah Palin.
Compassionate Conservatism Was A Mistake by Dick Armey
John McCain has long suffered from philosphical confusions about free markets, and his presidential campaign reflected as much.
Conservative Power Brokers Strategize
Obama untruthfully campaigned on traditionally Republican issues.
The GOP's Worthy Nominee by Charles Krauthammer
In the excitement and decisiveness of Barack Obama's victory, we forget that in the first weeks of September, John McCain was actually ahead.
Conservatives, Don't Be Hypnotized by David Limbaugh
Being gracious in defeat does not mean we should for one minute abandon the vigorous pursuit of our ideas. The left never does, and we cannot afford to.
Progressivism's Achilles Heel by Jonah Goldberg
Obama has some major unprogressive coattails.
Protect And Defend by Oliver North
Obama clearly intends to change the commitments, capabilities, and cost of America's military.
Mitt Romney On Obama's Challenges
Obama should forget entirely about reelection and focus solely on helping the nation at a critical time.
A Flag, On A Hill by Bill Whittle
We're gonna lick 'em out of their boots.
Why McCain Lost by Michael Reagan
Barack Obama is president-elect of the United States because the Republican Party and John McCain handed him the presidential election on a silver platter.
Palin's Tricky Path Back
'2012 sounds so far off that I can't even imagine what I'd be doing then.'