January 31, 2009

Wall Street Journal: Can Drew Be Trusted With Power?

Exulting in "a victory for community organizers" (heh), the Wall Street Journal editorial board is "happy to report that Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson has dismissed criminal charges against three political activists and finally ended his assault on popular democracy in the Sooner State."
Mr. Edmondson has designs on higher office, but his willingness to resort to such politically motivated prosecutions raises doubts about his judgment, and how much he can be trusted with power.

'Left-Wing Activists Shamelessly Construct False Narratives'

"[I]t is difficult to explain Oklahoma’s economic and social condition," Andrew Spiropoulos writes today, "in a world in whi...