Impeachment Now! ? A Recantation of Opposition

February 6, 2007 (crisispapers.org) — "I am … unwilling to endorse demands for immediate bills of impeachment against Bush and Cheney, for the simple and compelling reason that such an approach is less likely to succeed. Recent history teaches us that the direct route to impeachment may not be the most effective." I wrote this,Continue reading “Impeachment Now! ? A Recantation of Opposition”

More Advice for Ann Coulter

For the third time… I'll say it again: find the Satan within yourself… and kill it! Now that Ms. Coulter has catterwalled the name John Edwards by calling him a faggot at a neocon super-meeting, we thought you might want to read this stunning revelation about Coulter once more.

C[h]rist Says No to Touch Screen Voting

Charlie Crist, the Republican governor of Florida, announced yesterday that he desires that his state trash its very expensive touch-screen voting machines so that the election process will yield a paper trail of votes by the time the 2008 presidential election rolls around.

Molly Ivins, I Miss You …

I woke in Switzerland around ten at night Texas time to the terrible news that Molly Ivins had died, losing in the end her seven years-long battle with breast cancer and paused her confrontation against meanness, arrogance, foolishness, and just plain stupidity in government and politics — in life.

Jeff Koopersmith’s ?Genuine? State of the Union Address

If Bush told the truth, here's what he would've said…The REAL State of the Union Address As Prepared For Delivery to American Politics Journal Jan. 23, 2007 TO THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES: Thank you very much. Tonight, I have a high privilege and distinct honor of my own — as the first PresidentContinue reading “Jeff Koopersmith’s ?Genuine? State of the Union Address”

It’s Time to Go After Michael Isikoff

Jan. 22, 2007 — Geneva (apj.us) — I've just finished reading Joan Didion's latest tome, a republished version of her best work, and was reminded of my disgust with so-called media stars — the likes of Bob Woodward, Mike Isikoff, and others who seem to have escaped retribution from their publishers not only for the damageContinue reading “It’s Time to Go After Michael Isikoff”

The Speech George W. Bush Should Have Given the American People on Iraq

NOTE FROM THE EDITORS: It's no wonder the President's speech on his latest shift in Iraq tactics was a bigger bomb than Ishtar. It wasn't Bush's nervous, stiff demeanor. It wasn't the fact that he preempted prime couch potato fare. What it came down to is that most people have no faith in Bush's IraqContinue reading “The Speech George W. Bush Should Have Given the American People on Iraq”

The Public Interest and the Limits of Volunteerism

Dec. 13, 2006 (crisispapers.org) — Libertarians often tell us that personal voluntary restraint and charitable contributions are morally preferable solutions to social problems than government coercion and taxation. Ronald Reagan probably had this in mind when he said in his first inaugural address that "government is not the solution – government is the problem."

Here’s Your State of the Union

Sept. 13, 2006 – Lugano (americanpolitics.com) – I am such a lucky guy. All my life I worked hard for my advocacy clients, my candidates — on both sides of the aisle — and my son. Sure, I've had my ups and downs, and many of you have shared them with me. Today, as IContinue reading “Here’s Your State of the Union”

Cro-Magnon Mail! Wikipedia Sockpuppet Theatre

“Hey! I thought this would give me all of Gene Gaudette’s juicy personal info!” See Update 2, directly below. A “crack” legal genius claiming to represent Free Republic sends us a threatening e-mail. We respond. You get to laugh! Update 2, March 10: “Hey! I thought this would give me all of Gene Gaudette’s juicyContinue reading “Cro-Magnon Mail! Wikipedia Sockpuppet Theatre”