Tag Archives: America

Guest Post: The Guardian’s Tea Party blogger

I asked Danielle Blake to write something on Lloyd Marcus blogging for the Guardian ahead of the November mid-term elections. The fact that it’s been so late in being put up here is because of my uselessness, not hers. Danielle … Continue reading

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An exploration through the turd-strewn swamp that is the “Ground Zero Mosque” Debate

There have been two stories floating around the news agenda recently that I have wanted to write about. It’s taken this long because I only got round to watching Richard Dawkins’s documentary on Tuesday. The two incidents are useful to … Continue reading

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Guest Post – Iraq: The End?

Hannah might be on holiday at the moment, but her dedication to Paperback Rioter remains. Here’s her take on the American withdrawal from Iraq: I’m on holiday in Paris at the moment.  So far we`ve managed to visit most of … Continue reading

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Another possible Republican nominee for 2012

Following on from Danielle’s blog about Sarah Palin, it seems there’s another darling of the American right who wants to be President in 2012. Bachmann, whose district is a sprawling stretch of farms and small cities, has used her theoretically … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin: President of the United States? (guest post)

Another guest poster now: Danielle Blake on Sarah Palin’s presedential ambitions. She couldn’t name a newspaper she reads. She thought living in the closest state to Russia gave her foreign policy experience. She didn’t understand the role of Vice President … Continue reading

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Michael Steele’s the show

This is incredible. Absolutely incredible. Who, do you reckon, said this, and about whom? Well, if he’s such a student of history, has he not understood that you know that’s the one thing you don’t do, is engage in a … Continue reading

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