She wasn’t even supposed to be there. But Carly Fiorina exuded a fiery resolve and competency, a capacity for leadership and efficiency that seemed to elevate her above the petty squabbles of partisan rancor and the bluster of reality TV.
Why we’ll miss the “angry optimist” who played court jester to the media-political machine and ended up becoming one of its most highly regarded and credible luminaries.
The end is near, but never near enough. Welcome to “This Week In Crazy,” The National Memo’s weekly update on the increasingly unhinged right wing.
After 14 years and hundreds of millions of records of Americans’ telephone calls, the National Security Agency stopped bulk collection of phone data Sunday, officials said, as legal authority for the once-secret program expired.