Archive for: February 10, 2008

February 10, 2008

Debunking the Myth of McCain’s “Inevitability”

As the “Super Tuesday” votes are counted, the latest word from the media punditry is that John McCain will take the lion’s share of delegates, and perhaps be well on his way to the Republican nomination. Much of his current …

As Romney Quits, Right Is Still Wary of McCain

WASHINGTON — Reeling from a poor Super Tuesday showing, Mitt Romney ended his year-old campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, clearing the way for the presumptive nominee, Sen. John McCain, to reach out to skeptical conservatives.

14 Members of the Bloods Charged in Large Scale RICO Case

Fourteen members of a South Florida-based Bloods gang with direct ties to the national Bloods criminal organization have been charged federally in connection with their illegal gang activities, according to US Justice Department officials and the FBI’s report to the …

Family’s Wealth Draws Attention

Filed under: Politics In General,The Democrats - 10 Feb 2008

New York Sen. Hillary Clinton’s decision to use $5 million of her own money to finance her presidential campaign casts a new spotlight on the wealth that she and her husband have accumulated since they left the White House seven …

Why Does John McCain Hate the Rule of Law?

Filed under: Immigration,The Republicans - 10 Feb 2008

John McCain still does not get it on illegal aliens. In fact, he is not even close. Rather than accepting the will of the people and committing to the rule of law, McCain continues his obstinate fight on behalf …

Democrats’ Nightmare: Back to Smoke-Filled Rooms

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Democrats - 10 Feb 2008

If neither Illinois Sen. Barack Obama nor New York Sen. Hillary Clinton manages to pull decisively ahead in the next few weeks, the nomination could depend on the convention votes of 796 party leaders, or superdelegates, who are free to …

Stop Illegal Immigration NOW Or Immigrants Will Soon Out Vote You

I have a neighbor named George. He and his family have been great neighbors. We’ve exchanged gifts, attended parties together, helped each other out from time to time with one thing or another. Our kids have been friends. I like …

Conservatives Shrugged

2007 marked the 50th anniversary of the publication of one of my favorite novels, Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged”. I first read it over a decade ago. It was then, and remains, one of the most influential pieces of literature in …