The problems inherent in winning the senior vote.
Jonah Goldberg wonders why liberals are so opposed to the concept of American exceptionalism. Perhaps it is because they either don't understand the concept or history.
Jed Babbin has a very good idea: bring in conservative governors in to discuss the GOP congressional policy proposals so that the result would be a truly fiscally conservative and federalist agenda.
David Freddoso has some interesting observations from the exit polls.
Gerald Seib thinks that the Republicans may actually have a functional majority in the Senate.
Mark Thiessen thinks that Olympia Snowe may have trouble winning reelection in 2012. However, Maine conservatives need a good, viable candidate to put up against her.
John Hawkins has some fun compiling a list of "7 Lame Liberal Excuses for the 2010 Election Shellacking."
George Mason law professor Ilya Somin writes that the legal challenges to the individual mandate could indeed prevail.