Sunshine Dystopia

By blocking efforts at equal pay and electoral voices, Florida legislators aren't instilling much hope in the conservative brand.

A Bum Rap, Etch-a-Sketch Installment

I defend Romney's aide.

A Sure-Fire Way to Liven Up Committee Meetings

A New Hampshire state representative drops his gun—at the Public Safety Committee meeting.

This Station is Non-Operational

Links for your evening.

Is the Blunt Amendment a Wedge to Bring Down ACA?

In which you get to see for yourself how amusing I find this season’s attack on the ladies

Georgia's War over Charter Schools Heads to the Ballot

Voters will now decide on an amendment to expand charter schools after the measure made it through the state House.

More on Tyler Clementi

Another perspective on the college student's death over at The Nation.

Baseless 2016 Speculation

Some thoughts on the next race for the Democratic nomination.

Things Done Changed

After fighting on the wrong side of transvaginal ultrasounds, Governor Bob McDonnell's approval rating is on the decline.

Recycled Jokes

Santorum steals a punch line from Foster Friess.


Links for your afternoon.

Another Conservative Language Victory

What "welfare" means.

The Etch-a-Sketch Gambit

Can Mitt Romney get away with flipping to the center this fall?

Underdogs Lose the Money Crutch

Today's Balance Sheet: Is the GOP primary finally petering to a close?

The History of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" Law

The English common-law origins of the legislation at the center of the investigation into Trayvon Martin's death