No, the headline is not a joke.
I mentioned Wednesday the talk I'd heard about a potential race for U.S. Senate in 2014 by Republican Lt. Gov. Mark Darr, still trying to dig out of debt from his last race for state office and with a few personal issues to work around.
National Journal, with an anonymous source, says Darr really will try to win the nomination to oppose Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor.
I still think the big money of Club for Growth and the worshipful treatment he's been receiving from the Republican media outlets indicate U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton is the likeliest Republican contender since Steve Womack is apparently out and Tiny Tim Griffin has said he's out.
Harvard should make an official request that Cotton quit referring to himself as a Harvard…
Way to go Judge Clinger...wrong again. What a doofus.
Again, if they are truly overwrought by the expulsion of those fertilized eggs, why isn't…
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