Monthly Archives: April 2008

Suddenly . . . having cameras matters

Two Conservatives explains (here). Here is an excerpt. The cameras are a good idea in general for law enforcement (although they seem way overpriced). But they really aren’t germaine to the illegal immigration crackdown, and if they were so important, … Continue reading

Posted in immigration, taxes

A BIG FAT BILL FROM THE DESK OF JOHN MCCAIN

John McCain proposes to give us all a $5000 tax credit. Consider the cost of that, not cheap. Nonetheless, what McCain says is true. What the Democrats propose would cost far more. My Friends, Today, there are 47 million uninsured … Continue reading

Posted in Republican Party, Uncategorized | Tagged

SCIENCE AND RELIGION

What symbolizes science? When you think of religion, what comes to mind? The answer depends upon the culture and the person. So the picture choices above reflect my own background as a Christian and my training in chemistry. So it … Continue reading

Posted in religion

TOM KOPKO’S FAREWELL

Tom Kopko sent out his farewell as Chair of the PWC Republican Committee today. He wrote a nice note. Hopefully, you will find it worth reading. Dear Prince William Republicans, It is bittersweet to hand the reigns of the PWC … Continue reading

Posted in culture

IT’S GOING TO BE CLOSE

Here is a campaign flyer from Bob Marshall. Bob wants us to hang tough. Here is why. ————————————————————————————– FOR RELEASE: On Receipt April 25, 2008 CHRIS SAXMAN’S VIEW – in case you missed it Chris Graham is an enterprising young … Continue reading

Posted in candidate support, Republican Party