Archive for: January 9, 2008

January 9, 2008

Oh, No! It’s Election Time Again!

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 09 Jan 2008

Well, here we go again. It’s big-time politics. Just the look and sound of the word grates on me. I dislike politics of any type, but especially American elections, and specifically, presidential election years. The British election version is probably …

Evangelical Power Revives

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 09 Jan 2008

So much for the idea that evangelical Christians are a dispirited and declining force in the Republican party. Last night they showed up in force — in stunning force, actually — in Iowa’s caucuses. They were the power that …

Ann Romney Steps to Fore To Soften Spouse’s Image

Filed under: Politics In General,The Republicans - 09 Jan 2008

After a 10-minute stump speech in a mall food court here last week, Mitt Romney announced it was time for his wife, Ann, to talk. “She’s better than I am,” he said. Mr. Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, is often …

This is war…

Filed under: American Government,Immigration - 09 Jan 2008

Call it what you want. I call it treason, when senators who are supposed to be doing the bidding of the people decide on their own during the holidays to kill the border fencing when the people called and …

Abortion Supporter Knocks 69 Yr. Old Pro-Lifer Unconscious, Media Silent

Filed under: Abortion,Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 09 Jan 2008

On December 22nd a 69 year-old pro-life activist who was standing atop his automobile and protesting in front of the Hillcrest Abortion Clinic in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania was physically attacked by an abortion supporter and thrown to the ground with enough …

Cultural Cavemen & The Wimps of the West

Lest I wind up standing back-to-back with actor Will Smith tomorrow morning defending myself against flying produce (Smith is taller, so I might not fare too badly), I’ll insert the disclaimer here: My personal, moral and religious values preclude a …

Republicans Set Sights on Obama

The Illinois senator’s victory in Iowa and surge in opinion polls here have forced the Republicans to explain who would be the most likely to beat Mr. Obama, rather than Hillary Clinton, in the general election. Republicans have also substituted …