Monthly Archives: May 2009

Random Observations at the 2009 RPV State Convention

Obviously the rest of my blogger allies in Richmond are going to be posting a series of items.  Rather than attempt to give you a story, I’ll give you observations — albeit randomly — and in real time.  Some of … Continue reading

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Interview with RPV Chairman Pat Mullins

This weekend, I had the chance to sit down and speak at length with RPV Chairman Pat Mullins.  For a good hour, Mullins went back and forth about his thoughts for building back the Republican Party in Virginia, as well … Continue reading

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Blinded By An Ideology Never Followed

.!. So I clicked on this from BlogNetNews and noticed the hullabaloo over CNN yanking their copyrighted content from YouTube. It appears as if some folks are taking this as a bit of cover for the reporter’s clear bias against … Continue reading

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Decision Virginia: The Biggest (Negative) Loser?

NBC 12’s Ryan Nobles performs a little navel gazing regarding charges of negativity amongst the Virginia Democratic gubernatorial nominees: inkheart dvdrip I have to admit, each time the e-mail comes across with a harsh accusation (which they are getting just … Continue reading

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Found the Kitten

.!. .!. Just one, which leads me to believe this is Radar’s batch of kittens and not Belle’s — but there is a black and orange kitten hiding in the garage that looks to be about two weeks old.  The … Continue reading

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"You see, a comeback is like a yo-yo…"

.!. star trek download HD   Punch Out is back for the Wii, sans the Mike Tyson.   This is definitely a BUY! pink panther 2 dvdrip download twilight divx download murders caused by paxil chuck berry is on top … Continue reading

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FIRST THINGS: Barack Obama = Stephen Douglas?

Proving once again that the Society of Jesus are still the intellectual “shock troops” of the Catholic Church, Fr. Oakes performs an amazing exegesis of Obama’s position on abortion, and the distant-yet-firm hope that maybe… just maybe it was Alan … Continue reading

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