The Shadow Party Defeats Lieberman

THE SOROS PURGES have begun. Upon reporting that Ned Lamont had edged out Sen. Joe Lieberman in the Democratic primaries, the New York Times did something rare: it printed accurate political analysis. The old gray lady observed: Mr. Lamont’s victory marked the first time that liberal political blogs, after playing an increasingly noisy role in Democratic politics, have been associated with a … [Read more...]

Amnesty Intranational

The U.S. Senate should have focused less on forging “paths to citizenship” and more on blocking paths to the great American gravy train. Its supporters describe the immigration bill the Senate passed last night as “sweeping” and “comprehensive” – which means its amnesty provisions remained intact. The bill passed by a 62-36 vote (see the vote tally here). In addition to a “path to … [Read more...]