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The First Lady of 2012? March 23, 2009

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Meghan McCain wrote a nice little puff piece on Louisiana’s First Lady, Supriya Jindal, today  on the Daily Beast.  I’m glad to see any good press about the Jindal family, especially after the Governor’s disastrous debut on the national stage last month.  I’m even happier to see that the piece is from Ms. McCain.  I guess she finally decided to stop bashing her fellow Republicans for a while.  We’ll see how long that lasts. Anyway, I think that the interview was entertaining.  Those Jindals are one  impressive couple!

On a side note, I’m still not Meghan McCain’s biggest fan.  A commenter on the Daily Beast summed up my thoughts about her perfectly

In my opinion, Meghan McCain is starting to show everyone her strong suit………. “fluff”.

Does nobody else notice that this young woman, with her insight regarding the ’08 implosion of the GOP, having sat in the front seat during the debacle, has written about nothing, NOTHING!.

Let’s see, there was……

“Lack of internet savvy lost it for the GOP”.
“All the bad guys who abandoned my daddy”.
“Ann Coulter is a big meanie”.
“Laura Ingram is a big meanie”.
“I can’t find a boyfriend”.
“I’m fat, so what, don’t be mean”.

And now a fluff piece that’s only worthy of TMZ or Perez Hilton…

Meghan, nobody will take you seriously, until you write seriously about serious topics. As for right now, you’re almost good enough to work in the mailroom of the National Enquirer.

Be serious and we will take you seriously, in the meantime, we’ll continue to roll our eyes and chuckle at the poor little rich girl that can’t find a boyfriend.


Are Colleges and Universities Bastions of the Left? March 21, 2009

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With Good Reason, a public radio show, discusses the conventional wisdom that today’s colleges and universities are hotbeds of liberal thought.  It features a good debate between two professors from my Alma mater, George Mason University.  Daniel Klein, an economics professor and self-professed “libertarian,” argues for that today’s universities are indeed biased towards the left.  While Bruce Smith, a public policy professor and self-proclaimed “conservative” argues that we need more politics in the classroom, not less.  He even calls a few of his fellow conservatives “whiners.”  Very interesting.  (more…)

Weekly Pick Up: Coulter vs Olberman March 9, 2009

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Ann Coulter and Keith Olberman go head to head over their Alma mater.  (more…)