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Big Oil Won't Even Talk About Whales

Why on earth should we allow expanded offshore drilling along the coasts of the United States by companies that won’t even consider participating in efforts to protect the areas from which they extract their profits? […]

The Russian Test

Barack Obama is seeking to re-engage Russia as a partner in foreign policy. Some say that this approach will surely encourage Russia to become more aggressive in its relationships with its neighbors […]

Right Wing Nutskies Crawl Out of Clinton-Era Cave

Now that we’re planning to have a Democratic Party president again, the right-wing nutskies who decided back in the 1990s that Hillary Clinton was a coke-dealing murderer have emerged from their eight-year-long hibernation to come up with some new conspiracy theories. My current favorite is that Barack Obama is the “most successful communist mole ever.” […]

Two Talking Orbs Take On John McCain Foreign Policy

Two animated blobs debate John McCain’s foreign policy experience in this video blobcast. […]

Help Sarah Palin See Russia Again

Help build common ground with this campaign button, which suggests that Sarah Palin go back to doing what she does best – standing in Alaska, watching the skies just in case Putin rears his head into our airspace. […]

Sarah Palin the 750 Mile Foreign Policy Expert

By the logic used by Sarah Palin, people in Memphis, Tennessee and Nebraska must be foreign policy experts about Mexico because they live about 750 miles away from the nearest piece of Mexican soil. […]

Palinism of the Day: See, There's This Island in the Ocean…

From Charles Gibson’s interview of Sarah Palin on September 11, 2008:

Charles Gibson: What insight into Russian actions, particularly in the last couple of weeks does the proximity of the state give you?

Sarah Palin: [Pause] They’re our next door neighbors, and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island […]