This, by Dwayne Horner at Townhall, has to be the dumbest thing I’ve read in a while. “We’ve all heard how historic it was to have the first African-American elected President back in November. Is it not equally important to have the first African-American ever elected to the position of Chairman of one of our political parties?” (emphasis added)

Well, no. Obviously, no. The chairs of the two leading political parties are powerful men, but their positions are vastly less important and significant than the that of the president—a statement so obvious that I feel a bit silly noting it.