Monthly Archives: January 2012

Working the Refs

I just saw a terribly officiated game in Austin tonight (Mizzou wins! Yay for blowing 10-point leads with three minutes to play but winning anyway!) and I don’t think it would be this way if Frank Haith took the Gingrich … Continue reading

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Americans Are Merely Collateral Damage

I had a fascinating meeting with Bob Inglis the other day. Bob Inglis was an extremely conservative Republican congressman from South Carolina. He was a three-term-pledge guy in the nineties…. So he came to me and he said, “I just … Continue reading

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Michael Reagan is Endorsing Gingrich

Has anyone bothered to ask Jenna Bush who she is endorsing?

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He Moves His Body Like a Cyclone…

Nice job, Royce White. Nice job. Big game for Mizzou tomorrow at Texas. They are playing like trash right now, which I attribute to lack of depth. Seven guys have been going strong since late November. I predict a mid-season … Continue reading

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Newtmentum Crashing In Florida

When Florida voters go to the polls to select Willard Romney as their “nominy” on Tuesday, we’ll say au revoir to Newt Gingrich and the coronation for Romney will finally begin. Oh, wait, we’ve seen that play out before and … Continue reading

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Did They Do It? They Could Have.

Jonah Goldberg is one grotesque-looking human being who also has the special privilege of writing at the National Review and, not for nothing, being a terrible writer. It appears that being terrible at writing is one of the qualifications to … Continue reading

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We’re All Cyclones Now

Missouri needs Iowa State to pull off a big upset against Kansas on Saturday. Because the Tigers can’t handle a juggernaut like 10-10 Oklahoma State, they are in the precarious position of letting the Big 12 slip out of their … Continue reading

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