Archive for February, 2009

I got into many conflicts with one of politics professors last year, and I kept on wondering why Obama kept proving me right. I remember a different, far more intelligent, professor once confessing that she thought the Baby Boomers may have actually ruined liberalism. Ambinder provides some must read context in a brilliant article: There […]

Another alarm bell goes off on the Web 2.0 boom, this time, via a Bushie. Via the Daily Beast: Twitter is not a business. I know its founders would like to think it is. It is, for the most part, a diversion. It’s part of the web 2.0 nonsense that believes if you build anything, […]

This is incredible, I’ve never seen an interview like this before.

I’ve been tracking Michael Steele since he was my Lt. Governor way back in the days of living in Baltimore. At the time Steele was used brilliantly by Bob Ehrlich as an attack dog. He also helped Ehrlich in the black community, who previous Lt. Gov.-turned-candidate-Kathleen Kennedy Townsend alienated. Ehrlich was ousted after one reasonable […]

Let me preface this by saying I definitely respect the man, and he’s become one of the people I read the most. However, it’s sentiments like these that make me really wonder if he fully grasps what is going on here: “Change is not running up even bigger deficits that George Bush did,” – Rep. […]

Via HuffPo: “They’re going to present us their recommendations. It’s their plan,” he said. “From what I know about it, I agree with it.” For McCain, the plan has virtue because it is backed by the generals and the ambassador to Iraq, Ryan Crocker. “I like it best because it’s what Ambassador Crocker and General […]

Some claim he’s the most stolen from comic around right, and it’s easy to see why:

It’s all we have at work. I honestly will not mock you if you happen to be reading this and enjoy lite FM radio,  I just want to know why.

Both sides of the aisle today are both praising Obama for his speech, and reprimanding Bobby Jindal (seriously, this guy is the Republican Obama? Then why does no one like him?) for his. One of the more unintentionally comical moments was Jindal’s attempt to mock Obama for appropriating 140 million dollars to a geological survey. […]

The Re-Launch


As noted previously, this blog needs to get back on track. I’ve temporarily shelved my idea for that other blog (I think it may be more of a business really), in favor of rebooting Poliology. First, some honesty. The first reason this blog got so neglected is that I really lost interest after the election […]