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Wizbang Welcomes Lorie Byrd

It gives me great pleasure to announce that Lorie Byrd, formerly of PoliPundit, has agreed to join us here at Wizbang. She will be posting and introductory article this evening…

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Robert Byrd reacts to Kennedy's diagnosis

Lorie touched on this earlier, but here's a heartbreaking video of Robert Byrd speaking on the Senate floor about Kennedy's diagnosis; he's moved to tears. I don't wish this on…

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Election Night 2006 At Wizbang

In addition to our election coverage on the main page and at Wizbang Politics, Lorie Byrd and I will be part of CNN's election coverage blog party in Washington, DC….

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Wizbang Day At The Examiner

Mark Tapscott says it must be Wizbang Blog Day at the Examiner because Kevin and I both have pieces published there today. Kevin’s column is about Katrina and how we…

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Wizbang Politics Launches

Wizbang Politics Launches

Wizbang Politics reunites former PoliPundit writers Alexander K. McClure and Lorie Byrd in a new project focused on politics, campaigns, and elections. We aim to make Wizbang Politics an…

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About

What is Wizbang? Wizbang is a new media network focused on news, politics, and entertainment. It’s organized into to main sites – Wizbang and Wizbang Pop! Who works at Wizbang? Section Editor: Maggie Whitton Editors: Jay Tea, Lorie Byrd, Kim Priestap, DJ Drummond, HughS, Michael Laprarie, Baron Von Ottomatic, Shawn Mallow, Rick Rice, Dan Karipides, […]

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Friday's Vote Of No Consequence

It occurred to me while trading jibes with a troll earlier this week, “Hey, I sure would like some of my wife’s home-made spaghetti”.  But no one else cares…

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Why conservative women just might save the country

Wizbang's Lorie Byrd has a column up at Townhall today in which she writes about all the conservative women who are running for political office this year because they are…

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The Coward at the Justice Department

Is Eric Holder's Justice Department preventing its employees from speaking to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights? Say it ain't so: Could it be that President Obama's legal team is…

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Never Forget — Eight Years Later

Never Forget — Eight Years Later

“The pictures of airplanes flying into buildings, fires burning, huge structures collapsing, have filled us with disbelief, terrible sadness, and a quiet, unyielding anger. These acts of mass murder…

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My Favorite Comment on Joe Wilson

From Andy Levy via Twitter:”Okay, staff, how do we get people to stop thinking I’m that yellowcake guy?” [@CongJoeWilson earlier today] Speaking of Twitter, if you have not yet signed…

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AIP Column: A Second Stimulus? No Way. Cancel the First One.

In my AIP column today, I discuss the possibility of a second stimulus. Even though Barack Obama says he's not interested right now, many others are, including Laura D'Andrea Tyson,…

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RE: North Korea Warns of Military Strike

In response to the news that North Korea is warning of military strikes and disengaging from the armistice (see: Lorie Byrd minutes ago), I shared a note among friends also…

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Congratulations Chairman Steele!

Michael Laprarie beat me to posting about Michael Steele. He wrote a great post, but I wanted to add my own congratulations. I have been a big time Steele fan…

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How low can it go?

Gas prices at the pump are falling are falling below $2 a gallon in South Florida. From the Miami Herald- Gasoline prices, in stunning free fall, broke the two-buck barrier…

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Card Check Closer to Becoming a Reality

I have written previously, both here and at Townhall, about the Employee Free Choice Act and the issue of card check and how it could become reality if Republicans lose…

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The Three “B’s” Of Joe Biden

Over the weekend, I found myself slightly miffed at my colleague Lorie Byrd. On Saturday, she wrote a piece about a certain video featuring Joe Biden about 20 years ago….

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Preview of the State of the Union Speech

I had the opportunity this afternoon to sit in on a conference call hosted by Brett McGurk, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Iraq and Afghanistan, who…

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The Petraeus Effect

I have a column at Townhall today about the difference General Petraeus' testimony and reports of progress in Iraq have made on the political landscape. What a difference a day…

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Six Years Later — We Will Not Forget

Six Years Later — We Will Not Forget

[NOTE: The following post appeared last year, and we're running it again this year.] SEPTEMBER 11, 2001 "The pictures of airplanes flying into buildings, fires burning, huge structures collapsing, have…

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What It Is, Is Blogging

I am tired today. I had a lot of work to catch up on at the office this week, and the auditors were in town again, which reminds me -…

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New Bin Laden Video or More Media Manipulation?

Via ABC News. A brief clip of an older-looking Osama bin Laden is contained in a new al Qaeda videotape praising al Qaeda martyrs posted on jihadi Web sites early…

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Vice President Steele?

With so much time to go before the 2008 elections, I thought I would take a break from speculation about the presidential hopefuls and think a bit about who the…

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Disagree without Destroying Each Other

Friday I linked to an Anchoress post about the tone of the recent debate on immigration. Today at the Examiner I discuss the need for the GOP to learn how…

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When Trolls Attack, Part Two: Some Fan Mail From Some Floundering Idiot

For some reason, our “tips” e-mail box draws a lot of nutcases. (For those not “in the know,” mail sent to our “tips” address is redirected the e-mail boxes of…

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