Journalist and pundit Mickey Kaus officially moved his well-read blog from Slate to his own, independently hosted URL, kausfiles.com, after filing to run in the Democratic primary against U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer. He had stated that he wanted to tap into his sizable audience and use his blog ... More >>
Sen. Barbara Boxer.With Barbara Boxer suddenly against the ropes in the polls, is Democratic opponent and mega-blogger Mickey Kaus pulling a Ralph Nader in his recently launched campaign against her? In other words, will he spoil her parade and open the door for a Republican to take over her ... More >>
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