Monthly Archives: October 2009

INFESTED WITH AN INTERNET TROLL?

If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, looks like a duck, it must be a duck. Topic: Proverbs Source: (Italian) Of late, a commenter who goes by the name of RR Edwards has sought to dominate the … Continue reading

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The Growing Idolatry of Civil Government

Election Day rapidly approaches, and many are only now taking notice. Most, I fear, will not.  Urge your friends and neighbors to participate.  Those of you who understand the stakes involved must cajole your friends and neighbors to learn and … Continue reading

Posted in culture, religion

HOW NEGATIVE CAMPAIGNING CAN BACKFIRE

What follows is an excerpt from yesterday’s edition of Senator Ken Cuccinelli‘s of the Cuccinelli Compass. With a week to go, our opponent is almost going berserk with negative ads.  And his union supporters are feeding him cash to do … Continue reading

Posted in candidate support

BAD ADVICE FROM THE NEWS MEDIA: THE SEQUEL

Since I was out-of-town this weekend, I am still catching up.   So I did not catch the Washington Post’s endorsements until just a little while ago (Missing such news is one of the things that makes vacations worthwhile.). Were there … Continue reading

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JOHN BELL, TRANSPORTATION COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF?

In one respect I have to give John Bell credit.  Unlike most Democrats, he is not running a negative campaign.  Instead, he running a campaign based upon ideas.  Nevertheless, I have no intention of voting for him.  The ideas Bell … Continue reading

Posted in candidate support, infrastructure