Advocating on Behalf of the American Military and Defense on the War on Terror

Not since Billie Jean King thrashed Bobby Riggs in a 1972 tennis match have the sexes tuned in for a real battle of the sexes. King put Riggs in his place in what the London Sunday Times called "the drop shot and volley heard around the world."

The debate Thursday evening between Sen. Joe Biden, a Democratic crony, and Gov. Sarah Palin, an intelligent executive leader, could be called “the drop kick and hockey slapshot heard around the world.”

Gov. Palin took him down in energy issues. She smacked him down on the economy. She flattened him on the war against radical Muslim Jihadists. She was dead right on healthcare, which Biden and Sen. Barack Obama want to socialize so getting vaccinations for your children will be as disturbing as standing an hour in line at the Department of Motor Vehicles to register a car.

Not once did Alaska’s governor back down, and she had the facts and grit on her side.

Read my entire column here.

Before you click away, please check Michelle Malkin's Biden Gaffe count here.

And this list doesn't even include "Bosniac" presumably a word to describe someone who lives in Bosnia.