Joe Scarborough

Posted February 18, 2010

Brent Bozell thinks I have fallen from the ranks of true conservatives and wrote a scathing blog on his website listing my offenses against Republicanism. Judging from the harshness of his tone, you would think that I threw my lot in with a pack of pot smoking Greenwich Village Marxists or, at the very least, lent grudging support to the public option.

Posted May 15, 2007

During the Democratic presidential debate Sunday night, Hillary Clinton uttered the unthinkable, unthinkable because so many political hacks and party operatives simply do not think when it comes to matters of war and peace.

Posted May 11, 2007

Barack Obama strolled across the Columbia Marriott Friday morning looking relaxed in a black sweat suit. Shaking hands with hotel workers and walking over to a group of reporters, the man roundly panned by political pundits last night looked as if he didn’t have a care in the world.

Posted May 11, 2007

Barack Obama strolled across the Columbia Marriott Friday morning looking relaxed in a black sweat suit. Shaking hands with hotel workers and walking over to a group of reporters, the man roundly panned by political pundits last night looked as if he didn’t have a care in the world.

Posted May 04, 2007

America is not purple. It is very red and it is very blue. For those of us who have been arguing that there is little difference between Republicans and Democrats, last night was a reminder of the stark differences that still divide our country.

Posted April 26, 2007

Pity Hillary Clinton and Barrack Obama. With 973 Democratic candidates jammed onto a small stage tonight, there will little chance for either of the frontrunners to “win” this first presidential debate.

Posted April 25, 2007

John McCain woke up this morning reading how he is a desperate man in need of a fresh start.

Posted April 24, 2007

I've loved history for as long as I remember. My second grade teacher once told me not to bother trying to read the books I would always bring back from the library. Being as obstinate then as now, I would ignore that advice and plow through presidential biographies meant for middle-schoolers.

Posted April 24, 2007

Every presidential campaign has one -- a defining moment that cements a candidate’s image in the minds of voters.

Posted April 24, 2007

I spent Saturday with Sheryl Crow and Laurie David. No fist fights. No verbal insults. Just a couple of Hollywood heavyweights talking about saving the planet.

Posted April 06, 2007

For years, Christian leaders have been stereotyped as hypocritical, money-hungry, snake oil salesmen more interested in cashing in than saving souls. But these days, it seems that attacking Christians has become almost as profitable as preaching to Gospel.

Posted March 20, 2007

What happens when voters get buyers’ remorse before they even pick a candidate? The answer lies in the Republican presidential field for 2008.

Posted March 15, 2007

If you believe the media and the cry-baby left, the entire world hates the United States of America. I don’t believe that. The reality of it is they don't hate us; they just love our money and wish they could get their hands on more of it. That's all the rest of the world ever cared about.

Posted January 11, 2007

Just as predicted, President Bush has decided to send an additional 20,000 troops to Iraq in a “surge” specifically designed to put an end to the killing and carnage in the Baghdad area.