Cain and sexual harassment?
Let me see if I’ve got the whole story. Herman Cain might, a long time ago, said something inappropriate to a colleague. But we don’t know what. Or why. And nobody has stepped forward with concrete details. Wake me up when there’s an actual story. I’m not inclined to smear a candidate with dumped and innuendo.
On Income Inequality and Economic Growth →
politicalprof: So it turns out that those well-known socialists, radicals and financial unsophisticates at the International Monetary Fund have found that those nations with higher levels of income inequality have lower levels of economic growth than do those that have lower levels of income inequality. Please read the linked article for yourself. Two quick thoughts: —It turns out that...
DC Decoder: Did you just see Mitt Romney whip Rick... →
shortformblog: dcdecoder: When it’s all said and done, we’ll pull the transcript of this moment and show Perry’s fumbling, bumbling answer where he said the American people were “untrustworthy” (meaning, “distrustful”) of what goes on in Washington and felt like he was running out the clock on his 2 minutes. Romney looked and talked like a president. He was energetic. He was clear. He did...
A few facts: Palin isn’t running Republicans don’t really like Romney. Never have. Never will. Christie isn’t running. Because … seriously, who thought Christie would have actually had a chance? Ron Paul’s support has peaked. Rick Perry seems to have shot himself in the foot then gotten his foot stuck in his mouth Palin doesn’t want to be...
So ... I guess I'm the 1%.
Nevada Moves Up Their Caucus →
zachvaughn: Well Florida, you did it; all hell has been unleashed. We discussed this last week here and here. Iowa, New Hampshire and S. Carolina are all expected to move up their primaries in the wake of Florida’s decision, but Nevada is the first to officially do so. In the case of the caucuses in Iowa, no delegates will be lost, because the caucuses are nonbinding, but Nevada will lose half...