Tag Archives: Christine O’Donnell

Christine O’Donnell is one of you!

Ms. O’Donnell makes very explicit one of the aspects of contemporary right-wing populism. On the one hand it is surely true that the American Elite Establishment has become stagnant and calcified. On the other hand, do we really want Average … Continue reading

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Pagan Pique

Cross-posted from the Corner: It’s not every day that I give thanks to the folks over at the Huffington Post, but today is one of those days. Take it away, Sam Stein: …A spokesperson for the neopagan network “The Witches’ … Continue reading

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DeMint’s Witch?

No, of course not, but Republicans hoping for a GOP win in Delaware do now have to deal with this: O’DONNELL: I dabbled into witchcraft — I never joined a coven. But I did, I did. … I dabbled into … Continue reading

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DeMint’s Choice (2)

From O’Reilly (Nov 16 2007): O’DONNELL: They are — they are doing that here in the United States. American scientific companies are cross-breeding humans and and coming up with mice with fully functioning human brains. So they’re already into this … Continue reading

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DeMint’s Choice

One reason that Delaware’s best-known GOP candidate will have such a mountain to climb in the general election is the emergence of fresh embarrassments like these comments (via New York magazine today) from a 1996 debate on whether creationism should … Continue reading

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The irrelevancies of the sects

Update: Ignore this post. I was wrong, it looks as if Christine O’Donnell had an evangelical phase, and if my chronology is correct she was an evangelical Protestant Christian when this video was made. She later converted back to Roman … Continue reading

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First Carter, Now O’Donnell

The New York Times’ op-ed page is generally not to be taken too seriously when it comes to the topic of Republican candidates, and this particular detail about Christine O’Donnell, the challenger in Delaware’s upcoming GOP primary may, in the … Continue reading

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