My Infamy Spreads

A little late, but here is another article from the Tahlequah Daily Press wherein my wisdom is sought, this time on the superdelegate question. Read and be amazed.

Published in: on February 28, 2008 at 1:11 pm  Comments (2)  

My Infamy Spreads

Once again, I am quoted in the Tahlequah Daily Press, this time over the controversy concerning term limits for principal chief and whether or not they apply to incumbent Chad Smith.

Published in: on February 1, 2008 at 9:55 am  Comments (2)  

My Infamy Spreads

My recent column on warrantless wiretapping by the Bush Administration is referenced in the Tahlequah Daily Press, a fine member of the Community Newspaper Holdings, Inc. family.

Published in: on August 22, 2007 at 8:39 am  Leave a Comment  

My Infamy Spreads

A recent column of mine gets blogged by the League of the South. And one of their local members drops by to reassure me that they are not, in fact, racist.
Published in: on October 4, 2006 at 12:51 am  Leave a Comment  

My Infamy Spreads

A recent column of mine gets blogged by the League of the South. And one of their local members drops by to reassure me that they are not, in fact, racist.
Published in: on October 3, 2006 at 5:51 pm  Leave a Comment  

My Infamy Spreads

I can’t begin to tell y’all how moving it is to know that Dr. James Leininger was so profoundly disturbed by my April 16, 2006 Cleburne Times-Review column (in which he was mentioned in passing in one sentence) that he had a press monkey shoot off a generic press release of the same sort that’s been running in papers all over the state. Of course, this spam statement completely missed my point: I will grant the benefit of the doubt and assume that Leininger is sincerely motivated by the desire to help children through public school vouchers. And he is well within his rights to donote money to candidates who share his beliefs, just like you and I are. The difference, of course, is that the good doctor is a multi-millionaire and we aren’t. And, thanks to the Supreme Court, that means he gets more free speech rights than we do. And that, regardless of what cause he champions, is wrong. It’s not democracy; it’s plutocracy.

Published in: on April 24, 2006 at 11:27 am  Leave a Comment