Monthly Archives: February 2008

RWL: Taking aim at the tax-hiking ciphers

D.J. McGuire hits hard against the tax-hiking Republicans for voting for the five-cent gas tax hike. For those who need a reminder, this was a variant of the theoretical gas tax hike I took to task in December 2007 (when … Continue reading

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First Things: When Brain Dead Isn't

Read this . Simply amazing.

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Viva la Obama Revolucion!

…or better put, why is there a flag of Communist mass murderer Che Guevara displayed in Obama’s Houston office untouchables the free ? That is vile.

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OTB: Was There a Housing Bubble?

Survey says?!?! No — and I am inclined to agree. The “housing bubble” as it stands is by and large manufactured disarray. Hedge fund managers are making a killing, those with capital are hosing those without monetary assets, and housing … Continue reading

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The Mason Conservative: Corey Stewart To Run For LG

And more strikingly, Delegate Chris Saxman is boxing himself out for consideration. Saxman would (and will) make an excellent candidate, for whatever he decides to run for. I have long been of the opinion the person we need at Lieutenant … Continue reading

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Robins!

Robins have arrived at Kents Store, which means it’s time to start thinking about growing some of my cold-weather plants… you know, spinaches and broccoli and some onions and lettuce. Especially baby spinaches. Then peas for the spring. Then some … Continue reading

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Oliver North Slams Establishment Conservatives

RealClearPolitics has the scoop on those bashing McCain. After I won the 1994 Republican nomination for a U.S. Senate seat in Virginia, I naively assumed that all in the GOP would pull together behind my conservative candidacy. I clearly don’t … Continue reading

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Tweaking the Design

So I didn’t go with a new design based solely off of my own creation… nor did I get around to moving to WordPress. titanic dvd But I did find this design, tweaked it a bit, and revised. The scaffolding … Continue reading

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Redesigning (Again)!

Okay, so I went with the clean design and have had enough. tinker bell dvdrip download It’s boring. It’s dull. And frankly, I can do better. Stay tuned… look for a better design in the next few days!

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The $6 Billion Budget "Shortfall" of 2004

The Gilmore camp has fired back at some spotty shilling for Warner over at the Alexandria Gazette, but I was a bit more drawn towards Jim Bacon’s analysis in March 2004 (prior to the disastrous Senate GOP-led Chichester tax hike): … Continue reading

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