I'm keeping that headline for now, but keep the "what should the end-of-day post be called" nominees coming in.
Tomorrow afternoon I'm headed to New Orleans to cover the Southern Republican Leadership Conference alongside Dan Balz and Amy Gardner. And as of five minutes ago, Michael Steele was still on the schedule. For the first time since August 2008, Sarah Palin might not be the most sought-after figure in a room full of Republicans and reporters.
Minnesota's Michele Bachmann and Palin unite, with Gov. Tim Pawlenty there for the show.
George Allen inches back into the spotlight.
"Only" 40 percent of voters have heard about the RNC's Voyeurgate, which is still an incredible coup for Tucker Carlson's young Daily Caller.
Mark Tapscott wants to abolish the RNC.
Rush Limbaugh thinks Don Blankenship is getting a raw deal.
Bob Gates gets on board with the new nuke policy.
IBD engages in the once-common, now-rare act of Greenspan worship.
Veronique de Rugy does her best to defend a massively flawed study on stimulus spending. (The original study had Democratic districts raking in 81 percent more than Republican districts; the revised numbers have it at 30 percent.)
The right's most irascible movie critic takes on "What's the Matter With Kansas."
Congratulations to whoever sneaked this headline past Washington Times editors -- unless the editors actually wrote it, which might be the most likely scenario.
This one's for Gov. Bob McDonnell (R-Va.), who's had it rough today.
April 7, 2010; 7:10 PM ET
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