Monthly Archives: August 2006

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The Internet’s Role in Political Campaigns

Interesting reading: The results clearly showed that while Web use by political candidates increased dramatically since 2002, politicians are still failing to take advantage of all the Internet has to offer. Ninety six percent of this year’s Senate candidates have … Continue reading

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Richmond War Room: The Webb Challenge

Is Jim Webb committed to victory in Iraq? This is an outstanding question for the entire Democratic Party, not just for Secretary Webb. Not Buck Turgidson has a few other questions too…

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GOP Vixen: Pinocchio converts to Islam

Oh my. I read a book awhile back entitled “The Well Protected Domains,” a book that explained the condition of the Ottoman Empire during the late 19th century, especially with regards to multiculturalism and freedom of religion. The Ottomans were … Continue reading

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Dr. Moss Passes Away at 90

The Moss Free Clinic is a well-known charity in Fredericksburg, and Dr. Moss a herald of a bygone era of personal visits and personal touch. Dr. Moss passed away Monday at the age of 90, but his legacy lives on: … Continue reading

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Gasoline prices could keep falling

Good news from the USA Today: “The only place they have to go is down,” says Fred Rozell, gasoline analyst at the Oil Price Information Service (OPIS). “We’ll be closer to $2 than $3 come Thanksgiving.” $2/gal isn’t bad at … Continue reading


Jim Webb: On the Issues Part 1

You gotta love this, straight from the horse’s mouth too. Jim Webb asks himself on his website: “What’s the greatest challenge today facing America?”: There are many challenges facing Americans today: an unpopular war, skyrocketing health care costs, a shrinking … Continue reading


Beyond Macaca

More from the causation implying causality department. Next you’ll be hearing that Allen’s father worked for a racist organization too…


Virginia Centrist: Goodbye

Paul Anderson over at Virginia Centrist is leaving the blogosphere. Again. One less Redskins fan on the internet. Sorry to see him go, we’l miss your presence.

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VBC: Martinsville Edition!

Kat has the latest edition of the Virginia Blog Carnival up, with all sorts of Martinsville Blog Conference goodness.

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