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The Establishment Wants Us To Fall In Line
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The Establishment Wants Us To Fall In Line

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker appeared on Fox News' Huckabee show to explain that Republicans shouldn't challenge incumbents in primaries until their party controls Congress. Incumbent job security generates voter apathy, and leads to the kind of government we see in our country today. Primary challenges are a way of letting elected officials know that they still have people to answer to, and challenges should be welcome in every election cycle.

01/16/2014
Huckabee's "hope" is a "nope"
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Huckabee's "hope" is a "nope"

Here's an op-ed I published in my school's newspaper yesterday. ----- It all began in a place called Hope. No, I'm not referring to that classic line by a certain incorrigible former president; rather, a guy who really wants Clinton's old gig. Mike Huckabee was born and raised in the same small burg - Hope, Arkansas - as our beloved William Jefferson Clinton, albeit after Bill left town. Like the former President, Mike's got that Arkansas drawl, an innate charm and a rapier wit. The similarities don't end there.

01/30/2008
My caucus night in Iowa: a diary
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My caucus night in Iowa: a diary

Last night, I showed up at East High School in Sioux City, Iowa for the Republican caucuses with Milton Friedman's book "Free to Choose" under my arm. I was excited to be attending my second caucus. We filed into the gymnasium with our blue paper ballots and heard a few words from representatives of the candidates. They were supposed to speak for two minutes, but each went on for at least four.

01/03/2008
More on Huckabee
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More on Huckabee

Today, the Drudge Report linked a short YouTube clip of ultraliberal Susan Estrich discussing the Democrats' view of a Huckabee nomination. Huckabee could win tomorrow. Huckabee is the Democrats' dream...If the Republicans nominate Huckabee, honey, I'm dancing at the inaugural ball. It's a bad sign when the other party approves of your frontrunner.

01/02/2008
Tonight's the night
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Tonight's the night

Tonight is a very important night. Not only will the endless TV and radio commercials finally stop, but I get to caucus! I'll show up early to East High School in Sioux City- still undecided- to join in the democratic process. I'll let the campaign members try to convince me. If they don't, I'm caucusing for Milton Friedman. Like Peter said in a previous post, victories for either Huckabee or Edwards would be disastrous.

01/02/2008