Archive for: December 29, 2007

December 29, 2007

A Web Troll’s Toll on the Clinton Campaign

Filed under: Politics In General - 29 Dec 2007

FORT MITCHELL, Ky. — In Norse mythology, trolls steal babies and leave their own shape-shifting offspring behind. On the Internet, they just steal attention. As candidates increasingly use the Internet to build political bridges, their message boards have become …

Are You In the Christmas Spirit? How Can You Be Certain?

Filed under: Potpourri - 29 Dec 2007

Being in the “Christmas Spirit” is a very serious civic responsibility which is not to be taken lightly. Although it is probably not specifically mandated by the U.S. Constitution, being in the “Spirit” is nearly as important as voting, paying …

Presidential Playlists

Filed under: Politics In General - 29 Dec 2007

Mitt Romney’s choice in theme music could seem incongruous for a presidential candidate trying to shore up his conservative credentials. He often mounts the stage to a remixed version of “A Little Less Conversation,” in which Elvis Presley urges a …

“The View” Is Blind–and Hokey

I read somewhere the other day Barbara Walters of the TV program “The View” criticized the President and Laura Bush for sending her a “religious” Christmas card. How insensitive, discourteous and plain stupid can one so-called “celebrity” be? Will someone …

Okay, Let’s Talk Conspiracy

Filed under: Politics In General - 29 Dec 2007

I’ve been writing columns for a few years now, so I’ve had the opportunity to see patterns when they look me square in the face and, based on my recent encounters with Ron Paul supporters, patterns have begun to emerge. …

Is Arnold Terminating Common Sense in California’s Budget Crisis?

Filed under: Economics - 29 Dec 2007

Can sleeping with a Kennedy wipe out one’s conservative DNA? How about sleeping with a Kennedy AND having a gay chief of staff named Susan Kennedy? This seemingly impertinent query is posed in light of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s curious …

Is America Cheap on ‘Humanitarian Aid’?

So, we are the “ugly American,” we’re always told. But to whom do they come running when they need help? Italy, France, maybe? Hardly. Still, they love to beat up on the US, and unfortunately our MSM is only too …