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Archive for December, 2007
If this is true, then one should wonder if this attorney should keep his license to practice law in the fine state of Illinois. By account of the Illinois State’s Attorneys, Grodner is likely to get away with defacing Mike’s car with no penalty because, 1) Mike is about to deploy to Iraq and will [...]
Peter Robinson remembers Reagan as well as he listens to Thompson: You know, when I’m asked which of the current group of Democratic candidates I prefer to run against, I always say it really doesn’t matter…These days all those candidates, all the Democratic leaders, are one and the same. They’re all NEA-MoveOn.org-ACLU-Michael Moore Democrats. They’ve [...]
This time Romney is the target, but Power Line’s John Hinderaker takes the AP’s Glen Johnson to the mat. In the entirety of his long article, Johnson comes up with only one instance that could possibly show a lack of candor: Romney’s statement in Keene, New Hampshire that he has been a hunter pretty much [...]
As a follow-up to my previous post regarding the lousy Antique Media coverage of Fred Thompson, here are some of the details. Fred Thompson was bushwhacked by yet another lazy Antique Media reporter who couldn’t get the facts right: Today I had this story written about me regarding what I said at a Town Hall [...]
I would have to agree with Mark Levin that it has been pathetic. Not enough has been said about the media’s generally poor coverage of Fred Thompson’s campaign and policy positions. They do not like him, they have counted him out from day one, they demeaned his wife, and they are still writing about his [...]
I had missed these words written by fallen Sgt. Eddie Jeffers, but Michelle Malkin reminded me in a post that also involves an interesting phone call from Nancy Pelosi to Jeffers’ father. Right now, the burden is all on the American soldiers. Right now, hope rides alone. But it can change, it must change. Because [...]
William F. Buckley: There are reasons to object to the repository of blame in the Bhutto situation. To the charge that there was insufficient security in Rawalpindi, nothing more needs to be said than that — yes: manifestly there was insufficient security, as there was at Ford’s Theatre in 1865, Dealey Plaza in 1963, and [...]
Mark Steyn providing a brief, but important, history lesson and how things could have been, and still yet may be, in Europe. [Islam] may be a “wholly different culture”, but unlike the spires of those empty Anglican churches it represents the demographic energy of today’s England.
Looks like it: So the view is settling in that to nominate Huckabee would be to abandon the party’s devotion to economic policies that have made the United States the global growth champion not just as measured by grow domestic product but (despite the drumbeat to the contrary from Democrats) broadly based personal incomes. That [...]