This is a little bit inside baseball, but for those of you contemplating possible Republican contenders for the presidency in 2012, a writer in National Review Online makes my former governor, Indiana’s Mitch Daniels, sound pretty bad.  Sample:

Daniels has an Obamacare problem that could hurt the repeal movement if he doesn’t deal with it. . . . This isn’t the first time conservatives have danced with the devil on health-care questions (see Massachusetts), but with health-care freedom now at its moment of maximum peril, that needs to stop.

I don’t know whom that leaves.

Keep It Gay

December 18, 2010

The government is going to repeal “don’t ask, don’t tell”, the compromise policy whereby the military doesn’t ask servicemen about their sexual proclivities or practices and they don’t tell.  Read the rest of this entry »

A Tale of Two Steves

May 3, 2010

Update (May 4th, 2010): The Board of Elections site says it will provide frequently updated totals from today’s election as they become available.  (As of this writing, zero precincts are reporting, but you can see what the totals were in the early voting.)

For anyone registered to vote in the primary tomorrow in Hamilton County, polls are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.  (See the Board of Elections site to check your registration and polling location.)  The county also provides a list of candidates and issues for your convenience (I believe the letters after candidates’ names other than the familiar “D” and “R” stand for the four “minor” parties recognized by Ohio: Libertarian, Constitution, Green and Socialist).  Here’s the skinny:

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