Youngsters could take over the closer roles for Boston, Baltimore, and Tampa Bay this year.
Essentially, the administration's talking point is: our leap of logic was upheld before, so why not trust us this time?
Doing poorly in school? Look stupid? Don't worry, suggests a popular conservative talk radio host.
When a show tries to be quirky, things can go downhill fast.
A stronger argument would be that post-9/11, Bush needed extraordinary surveillance powers. Instead, we get misrepresentations of fact.
"Good news" about Iraq, coming soon to a blog near you.
Lott has successfully resurrected himself as a Republican outsider... and media darling.
Senators from both parties are hoping Gonzales can explain the legal justification for Bush's illegal program.
Let's hope the 22 million people who listen to Savage or Limbaugh know better.
In Hannity's world, there's nothing worse than a fellow Republican dissing (or dissenting from) the Bush Administration.