Ah, the lack of grace in this administration! Robert Gibbs valiantly tries to answer reporters' questions about Obama's opposition to the surge and whether or not he will acknowledge that the surge worked in his speech tonight. Nope, ain't going to do it.
Thomas Sowell writes about how the government is engendering moral hazard in its policies.
James Taranto has figured out the liberal approach to all political commentary: "Heads I win, tails you lose."
For all the liberal touting of America's supposed Islamaphobia, hate crimes against Muslims are relatively rare.
Tom Coburn isn't ready for a President Newt Gingrich. He might not be the "last person" I'd vote for, as Coburn says, but he'd be one of the last ones I'd vote for in a GOP primary.
For all the liberal sputtering about Rasmussen's supposed Republican bias, it turns out that, when other pollsters switched over to likely voter models, they are getting just about the same results.
Obama's appointment to the SEC is paying off for unions at the expense of regular shareholders.
Kathleen Sebelius says that the Americans need more reeducation. Those dumb Americans just don't realize how great ObamaCare is.
Ah, what the Democrats have achieved - a smooth alignment of religious and economic conservatives under a big tent to work together to defeat Democrats.