Monthly Archives: September 2008

UK Economist: What if the Whole World Could Vote for U.S. President?

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Best catch ever?

Absolutely. edward scissorhands free (h/t to BuzzFeed )

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The Mud Pit: Democrat bloggers are rabid attack dogs

John Doe — that most pseudonymous of all pseudonyms — is taking shots at the Virginia leftosphere, comments to which I added my own US$0.02: It’s the echo chamber par excellence. What they are doing is simple psychology: create a … Continue reading

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Missouri Governor Blunt Lays Out Obama's Hit Squad

This is beautiful , and Governor Roy Blunt deserves credit for succinctly and accurately blasting the Obama boosters and their defamation squads: St. Louis County Circuit Attorney Bob McCulloch, St. Louis City Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce, Jefferson County Sheriff Glenn … Continue reading

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McCain Won By Decision…

If last night were a boxing scorecard, it would have been McCain by decision, and there would probably be a rematch. Probably. Because what I watched and listened to were two politicians afraid to engage one another directly for fear … Continue reading

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Democratic analyst: The Party has been hijacked by secularist elites

Mark Stricherz discusses how the Democratic Party has lost touch with it’s base, and begins the process of analyzing how pro-life Democrats can take back their party: Asked about how to change the Democratic Party back to its original connection … Continue reading

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Óró, sé do bheatha 'bhaile

It’s going to be foggy and raining for four days… so get yourself in the mood: I recently bought The Wind That Shakes The Barley on the recommendation of a friend, but haven’t had the time to watch it yet. … Continue reading

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McCain-Obama can't be worse than McCain-Feingold (can it?)

Here we go — Senator McCain is suspending his campaign, and Senator Obama is making overtures for a joint statement from both campaigns just before a 9pm EST presidential address. Why is it that I get the feeling that I … Continue reading

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The More He Talks, The More He Makes Sense

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Rick Sincere: Constitution Day, 2008

Montpelier recently reopened, and although Mrs. Kenney and the kids never quite made it to Wednesday’s celebration, Rick Sincere has us covered. I am currently reading Ammon’s biography of James Monroe, and there is a good deal of focus on … Continue reading

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