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The National Education Association, perhaps America’s most active liberal political action committee, continues to decry the No Child Left Behind law.  The NEA’s chief complaints seem to be It costs […] reports that the doctor may have an insider trading scandal to deal with.  Keeping score, Dean is now a hypocrite on: Dean wants the Bush administration to release minutes […]

Hey, I think I was too quick to judge the Dean on Religion article in the Washington Post.  I felt that the reporter, Jim VandeHei, was soft on Dean and […]

I found this on Drudge.  I offer a contrarian explanation, however.  Perhaps the feminization of men–mandatorily sitting to urinate in pre-schools, supporting Howard Dean–is reducing the amount of testosterone men […]

We know that Dean has a problem with his handling of security and safety failures at Vermont’s only nuclear power plant.  Dean’s World has an excellent point.  Combine the Yankee […]

No, it’s not about football.  1.  Howard Dean isn’t an idiot, according to Andrew Sullivan.  He’s a doctor, dictator, refuses to be challenged or questioned, has no peers, likes to […]

From the Washington Post:  “I am still learning a lot about faith and the South and how important it is,” said Dean, a Congregationalist. The Congregationalist Church is a Christian […]

The Democrats have a real dilemma:  Dean is seen by more and more people as both a shameless opportunist and a man who can’t speak straight. Making mistakes of fact […]

Ryan Lizza of The New Republic went to a Dean house party on December 30.  His report is worth reading, and it jibes with my own research into the house […]

AGHHH!!!! I HATE computers! 750 words of analysis of the unfolding story about a Democrat senate conspiracy to subvert the federal judiciary, and my computer screwed you, dear reader, out […]