The NY Times made the following concession:
Sarah Palin provided the contours of the political argument in an opinion article she published in The Wall Street Journal after the “60 Minutes” report, asking how “politicians who arrive in Washington, D.C., as men and women of modest means leave as millionaires?”
“The corruption isn’t confined to one political party or just a few bad apples,” she wrote. “It’s an endemic problem encompassing leadership on both sides of the aisle. It’s an entire system of public servants feathering their own nests.”
Here’s a book review from Whitney for Throw Them All Out.
The Governor is the most influential conservative female according to two lists.
According to InsiderAdvantage, Gingrich leads Ron Paul by a 28-13 margin in Iowa and leads Romney by a 38-15 margin in South Carolina. Romney leads Gingrich by a 31-27 advantage in New Hampshire.
Any predictions as to whether Herman Cain makes it to Iowa?
What else is going on this morning?