- Former McCain adviser Meg Whitman plans to run for Governor in California, while Joe Scarborough suggests he might be interested in running for the Senate from Florida.
- Elaine Donnelly says that if “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” is repealed, President Obama “will bear full responsibility for consequences that would devastate the volunteer force.”
- Norm Coleman says God wants him to be in the US Senate.
- Phyllis Schlafly and Kay Bailey Hutchison are both scheduled to speak at the Denton County [Texas] Republican Party’s annual Lincoln-Reagan dinner.
- You know what America needs now? A conservative answer to Doonesbury published by Richard Viguerie.
- Grover Norquist is angry that some Governors did not declare last Friday “Ronald Reagan Day” and is accusing them of putting “pusillanimous petty partisanship above patriotism.”
- Finally, Richard Land responds to reports that President Obama will issue an executive order reversing President Bush’s ban on federal funds for stem cell research, likening it to cannibalism:
Reduced to its basics, killing the tiniest human beings in their embryonic stage of development for the possible medical benefits of older and more developed human beings is quite simply high-tech cannibalism in which we devour our own young for the sole purpose of treating other human beings who are merely fortunate enough to be older and able to defend themselves in a way the tiniest human beings are not.