Monthly Archives: April 2008

George Will: A Libertarian Surge?

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Democratic Central: Levar Stoney new DPVA Executive Director

DPVA gets kudos over at Democratic Central for their newly minted ED Levar Stoney. I hope this isn’t the same Levar Stoney cited here: Two key prosecution witnesses testifying about the tire-slashing incident at Republican Party headquarters on Election Day … Continue reading

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Now At The Podium: Wandering My Way Back Into the Blogosphere…

Phil Chroninger is back! I have to blog again…can you blame me? I mean, in times like these, I have to cling to my blog, because I’m just a typical small-town resident who is bitter. One of my favorite bloggers … Continue reading

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CNN: Hillary Hearts Whiskey

Crown Royal to be precise, which isn’t a bad choice at all. Of course, if McCain or Obama were caught drinking hard liquor… watch out!

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RWL: Marshall has half of the delegates in CHESTERFIELD?!?!

Bad news if true for the Camp Gilmore. Of course, delegate counts are notoriously off… and in the end, it’s not who signs up — it’s who shows up at the end of the day that wins.

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WaPo: Gilmore's Aides Confident He's Ahead

This has been the topic of many conversations over the last week. Camp Gilmore says it’s over, the votes are there, and are going out of their way to prove it. There’s no panic at the head office, and while … Continue reading

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Mason Conservative: Davis Supporters Flocking (Gently) to Marshall?

Of course, the intent of the post is to sound out whether Marshall has sufficiently swayed Chris Beer’s vote, but there’s some interesting intel information that I can certainly confirm: Hyland is right that Davis supporters are banging down the … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton = Jim Webb

The new Hillary Rodham Clinton: Now 50% more pro-gun with added Jesus! For the third time since Mr. Obama’s remarks were made public Friday night, Mrs. Clinton criticized him at length, saying his comments seemed “kind of elitist and out … Continue reading

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Augusta is Burning

Tough Mass Meeting last night in Augusta County. Of course, Augusta isn’t the only one with such battles, but it does speak to the dissention in the ranks of the GOP that we seem to be walking more towards an … Continue reading

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