Tuesday, May 22, 2007

The Daily Digest

The Club for Growth jumps on board the Republicans for Richardson bandwagon, pronouncing his official presidential announcement earlier today "a nice change from the militant tax-and-spend diatribe that we have been hearing from the Democratic front-runners."

Continuing his new-media beat, the Post's Jose Antonio Vargas shows how and why the Democrats dominate the online world.

Ryan Lizza, the reporter who brought down George Allen, profiles Jim Webb, who insists that he himself deserves some credit, too.

David Broder declares Harry Reid the Democrats' Alberto Gonzales: "a continuing embarrassment thanks to his amateurish performance."

Jerry Falwell and Larry Flynt. Preacher and pornographer. If Falwell could befriend Flynt, after having sued him for libel in a case that ultimately reached the Supreme Court, then surely you can bury that hatchet with even your worst enemy.