Latest On Vice Presidential Candidates

  • Troopergate Report

    An Alaskan legislative investigation found that Sarah Palin abused her power as governor in pressuring a commissioner to fire a state trooper who’d been married to her sister-in-law. But her firing of the same commissioner later wasn’t unlawful, said the lead investigator. My head is spinning from typing that. Read More ›

    Scott Lamb 6 years ago respond

  • Aerial Wolf Gunning

    In an effort to protect moose and caribou, the Alaskan governor has condoned the practice, in which volunteers chase wolves from above and shoot them after they’ve died of exhaustion. Palin unsuccessfully tried to have the state pay $150 for every slaughtered wolf, which was considered an “illegal use of bounty payments.” Also, it would make wearing this shirt in Alaska a huge bummer. Read More ›

    Eliot Glazer 6 years ago respond

  • Sarah Palin Vs. Tina Fey

    As every American with access to 30 Rock and a blog has pointed out today, there is a slight visual similarity between comedy heart throb Tina Fey and Republican Vice Presidential hopeful Sarah Palin. This is the last post today about Palin, I swear. See below for Tina Fey in action. Read More ›

    Scott Lamb 6 years ago respond

  • Beau Biden

    Joe Biden’s son is Delaware’s Attorney General, but he’s also in the National Guard (and is headed to Iraq). Beau introduced his dad at the DNC last night, and his speech definitely tugged at the heartstrings. Hopefully, he didn’t inherit his father’s hair. Read More ›

    Scott Lamb 6 years ago 1 response

  • Caroline Kennedy

    Michael Moore wants Caroline Kennedy for Barack’s VP choice, and thinks there’s a chance she could nominate herself. One…last…Vice Presidential speculation as we stand by our cellphones awaiting that fateful text…. Read More ›

    Peggy Wang 6 years ago respond

  • Timothy Kaine

    The Virginia governor is getting lots of buzz as a prime contender for Barack Obama’s VP spot. Who will Obama choose?? It’s like watching an unusually riveting episode of Elimidate unfold before our eyes. Read More ›

    Peggy Wang 6 years ago respond

  • Kathleen Sebelius

    The Governor of Kansas, Kathleen Sebelius, is receiving a lot of mentions as a possible running mate for Barack Obama. As a popular female official in a largely white (and conservative) state she may provide all the benefits of Hillary Clinton with less awkwardness. She’s not that much of a centrist either. Read More ›

    Eric Buth 6 years ago respond

  • Evan Bayh

    The Indiana Senator is on the list of potential Obama running mates. Bayh has a been a big Clinton supporter throughout the campaign, but would make a stronger VP candidate — he’s telegenic, and popular in his home state. Read More ›

    Scott Lamb 6 years ago respond