One thing Christine O'Donnell isn't exaggerating or lying about
She would have become one, but she loves meatballs
If you thought Scott Brown's self-congratulatory sick-man speech was funny ...
The president's new chief of staff in 2008 persuaded the surviving members of the Grateful Dead to reunite and campaign for Obama
Tune into HBO tonight: a well-placed source informs me that O'Donnell's spiritual odyssey was much more elaborate than a short hop from witchcraft to Christianity
It's political poison to Republicans and Democrats, but the economics isn't too bad
Melancon goes after Vitter with a brutally hard-hitting ad featuring "a former French Quarter prostitute" who says she was hired by the senator--and doesn't hold back on detail
How did her academic embellishments slip under the radar for the past few weeks?
Democrats went after middle-class voters in 2006 and 2008, and Sen. Chuck Schumer has kept it up in 2010
Suggested weekend reading on McMahon vs. Blumenthal
Just when the Colorado governor's race could not get more outrageous, Dan Maes has launched a bizarre attack on the hardest-core anti-immigration guy on earth
Obama needs to win over voters earning $50,000 to $75,000 a year. But he's losing them because his policies seem aimed at the poor.
Once he became tied to the stimulus, his days were numbered
There's more from where the "Aqua Buddha" came from--GQ unveils its full Paul profile
My prediction from earlier this year pans out
The Grateful Dead legend's home is up for sale
The Wiccan base is up in arms about O'Donnell's portrayal of "nature religion"
I don't get to write this often, but count me with Michelle Malkin: I don't think Christine O'Donnell's confession that she "dabbled into [sic] witchcraft" is all that big a deal