I’m glad to hear that the Marines lowered the American flag in Iraq today, signaling the end of the Iraq war.
If this site (the official site of the President-elect) is any indication of how this new administration will continue to use the internet to empower and inform, we’re truly entering a new area in Washington.
I’ve made lolcats before, but this is my first submission to Pundit Kitchen. My cousin Josh took the picture. As he says, “it’s almost tragic.”
Here’s a fantastic interview with Donald Miller about his support for Barack Obama.
Sarah Palin drew a crowd of 60,000 people to a rally in Florida, where she delivered her first stump speech in support of the Republican Presidential ticket.
If we’re just looking at the numbers, it’s impressive. 60,000 people coming out to see a political figure reveals just how sick and tired Americans are of the current administration. Obama’s grass-roots support system (the best in political history by a wide margin) was built on the backs of rallies such as this one, with people stacked as far as the eye can see. Continue reading
This fantastic article is the best writeup I’ve seen thus far about Sarah Palin and her history. It comes from a fellow resident of Wasilla.
I’ve had a few days to think about this situation. To read, to observe, to take in as much information as possible (from all manner of sources), because I didn’t want to write anything that would seem reactionary. Continue reading