Monthly Archives: August 2004

OPEN LETTER TO THE MEMBERS OF THE 2ND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT President Bush needs your help. As a fellow Virginian and strong Republican, I am writing you personally to ask you to nominate Delegate Thelma Drake for the 2nd Congressional District … Continue reading

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Comparing Frances to Hugo Take a quick look at the projected path for Hurricane Frances and compare it with the 1989 track for Hurricane Hugo. Get ready folks. Not much to worry about here (rain and wind), and it won’t … Continue reading

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In Your Own Words. . . Every political campaign does it. But I am very gratified to see that the FLS, which has traditionally been both the clearing house and ethical watchdog for political letters and opinion pieces, has thrown … Continue reading

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When Anarchists Attack! Most conservatives on any college campus dominated by leftists will tell you horrific stories of signs being torn down, violent acts against their conservative beliefs, and any number of horror stories from supposedly tolerant liberals who – … Continue reading

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Kerry Daughters Booed at MTV Video Music Awards I keep telling people that Generation Y is a lot more conservative (libertarian is more like it) than their Gen X or Baby Boomer predecessors, but I guess more instances such as … Continue reading

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Bishop hopes chocolate, invites will bring back worshippers That’s right, in place of substance, Anglican Bishop Nigel McCulloch has decided to offer chocolate and toys in order to increase church attendance. What even worse is that he recognizes the problem. … Continue reading

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Educating Jeremy OR, how the NCAA fleeces and abuses student-athletes An excellent opinion paper, and one that will dramatically alter one’s opinion of the NCAA and the system it imposes on student athletes: All of the lessons I learned from … Continue reading

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IPD to arm officers with M-16s “We felt the need . . . to equip ourselves, for lack of a better term, to meet force with force. In order to provide safety to the public.” Now I’ve been to Israel, … Continue reading

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We Cure Weak Liberalism With Strong Communism! Da, is glorious communist revolution for RED DEAL John Kerry, nyet? These guys are having way too much fun with this. But I have to admit, this is the most hilarious piece of … Continue reading

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Temp hearts are patients’ lifesavers “It was the most bizarre, intense thing in my entire life.” The last thing William Somers remembers before passing out from a massive heart attack was the ambulance ride to the hospital. When he woke … Continue reading

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