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“Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds”: Is Sarah Palin THE ONE That Conservatives Have Been Waiting For All of Their Lives?
Over at Powerline, conservative Paul Mirengoff writes, We conservatives have had a good time ridiculing the Obama phenomenon, especially its messianic feel — the willingness of its adherents to pour so much hope and belief into such an empty, or … Continue reading
Daddy eye! I think that the back of this old book advertises itself in a crassly mendacious fashion. Here’s some things that I notice: The photo and the author’s name take up the top half of the back cover’s display—suggesting that … Continue reading