Monthly Archives: December 2007

FREEDOM OF SPEECH

What is the threat to political blogging? Some worry that irresponsible bloggers pose a threat. I don’t really think so. If we have to worry about anything, I think we should worry about the nature of our government. Government, after … Continue reading

Posted in Constitution, VA-Blogs | 5 Comments

OFF THE DEEP END

From On High (here) links to a New York Times editorial that is just absurd. Supposedly, the New York Times is our nation’s most respected newspaper. If that is case, maybe we all need to have our heads examined.

Posted in Humor, VA-Blogs

PRESIDENTIAL PROS AND CONS: RUDY GIULIANI

Because I am having trouble figuring out which Republican presidential candidate I want to support, I decided to evaluate the Republican field based upon the issues I care about. The last section of this post, The Issues, describes the issues … Continue reading

Posted in Republican Party | 6 Comments

BUSH TALKS ABOUT WHAT MADE 2007 SPECIAL

President George W. Bush tends to be upbeat.   When you hear him talking about problems, what you will generally hear him speak about is the people making those solutions possible.  Such people are what Bush thinks made 2007 special (see … Continue reading

Posted in culture

PERFECTING THE AD HOMINEM ATTACK

As another new year arrives, so will the New Year’s resolutions. What resolutions will political bloggers take up? Undoubtedly, since 2008 will be a presidential election year, some political bloggers will resolve to perfect the ad hominem attack. If you … Continue reading

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