Lindsay Graham and the big-government Republicans may not have much of a political future.
Blogging on my Treo on my way to BlogWorld I see Ron Paul on my plane and encounter some breaking news.
With al Qaeda defeated and violence down 70% things look much better in Iraq except for the impending Turkish invasion.
Giuliani takes command in the Republican race, while Bush targets Iranian Guards and Erin targets Texas.
Given all that the Iraqis have been through, isn't it a bit much to expect them to put up with giant, man-eating badgers?
No more waving your 'Bong Hits 4 Jesus' sign at school events, kiddies.
Mike Nifong is the definition of what's wrong with race-pandering politicians today. Plus two other more important current news items.
Sadr may still be in hiding, but his followers are hard to miss in massive protest marches. Remnants of his militia forces fare less well.
Clinton and Romney launch most expensive election ever. The Supremes like to breathe clean air. Rosie's a conspiracy nut.
When your rebels have their own air force, it's time to think about giving them their own country.
Is KSM sharing truth or ego? Are sanctions on Iran enough? How many non-binding resolutions does it take to get Hillary elected?
The latest political news in bite-size chunks. Four stories you ought to be following this week.