(“neo-libertarian Don Quixotes…” – promoted by garrett3000) The Next Right’s Rick Moran has penned an article which examines the state of conservatism as exemplified by last Saturday’s CPAC conference. He felt that there were two factions on display – one embodied by Rush Limbaugh & the other represented by Newt Gingrich – with each exhibiting a different understanding of today’s…Read More »
The racist arm of the GOP will have none of this uppity negro Steele thinking he’s anything more than window dressing. Here’s how it all began, with Steele letting us all know yesterday that Rush Limbaugh is not the leader of the party: HUGHLEY: You know what we do, we talk like we’re talking now. You have your view.…Read More »
Limbaugh and company certainly entertain. But a steady diet of ideological comfort food is no substitute for hearty intellectual fare.
By John Derbyshire
The American Conservative – February 23, 2009 Issue You can’t help but admire Rush Limbaugh’s talent for publicity. His radio talk show is probably-reliable figures only go back to 1991-in its third decade as the number-one rated…
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No doubt we all have heard Obama’s comment: “You can’t just listen to Rush Limbaugh and get things done.” Limbaugh chose to respond through NRO (and will probably have an op-ed in the WSJ during the week). Of interest:
To make the argument about me instead of his plan makes sense from his perspective.…
By E. J. Dionne Jr.
The Washington Post
Friday, October 24, 2008; Page A19 Conservatives are at each other’s throats, and here’s what’s revealing about how divided they are: The critics of John McCain and the critics of Sarah Palin represent entirely different camps. One set of critics, skeptical social conservatives, are precisely the people McCain was trying to mollify…