And tries to talk him – and the Illinois GOP – off the ledge.
Sarah Palin skipped liberal enclaves like “cities” and headed for friendlier climes like Grand Rapids and Noblesville, Indiana (“unless your conversation is regularly peppered with ‘holler’ and ‘shucks,’ each used as both a noun and a verb, the only reason you’d ever go to Noblesville is that you were arrested in one of the few […]
“As we move forward with a dignified and precise discussion….” I enjoyed Michael Miner’s take.
The Illinois GOP’s cunning plan to defeat terrorism by being terrified seems to be going about as well as anyone who is not part of the Illinois GOP leadership would expect. Glenzilla has more on how getting rid of Guantanamo is actually meant to keep us safe.
If elected, current Jim Ryan will prevent future Jim Ryans from being past Jim Ryans. And this time, he’s sorry, too. Well, sorta: “In the Cruz-Hernandez cases, prosecutors, detectives and police officers acted in good faith and still came up with the wrong result.” [Except for, you know, the ones that quit. They were right.] […]
Want a strong Illinois GOP? Don’t wait up.