Monthly Archives: April 2010

OUR FILL IN THE BLANK CONSTITUTION?

Today a lawyer I know sent me a link to this article, Our Fill-in-the-Blank Constitution. Our Fill-in-the-Blank Constitution is an oped the New York Times that defends President Barack Obama’s recent remarks on his criteria for a nominee to the Supreme … Continue reading

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BUSY, VIRGINIA, CONSERVATIVE BLOGS — PART 1

Good Sense has started posting on regular basis.  2012: A Darkhorse year? considers the possibility of an unlikely Republican presidential nominee. Charlie Fugate’s most recent series of posts focused on the 29 miners who died in an explosion a week ago.  See here, … Continue reading

Posted in VA-Blogs

DEFINING THE CULTURE WAR – PART 3

  This is the third post in a five-part series. The purpose of this series is to help us, myself included, come to grips with House’s passage of the Senate’s version of the Health Care Bill Mourning in America — Reactions Across the Internet Why … Continue reading

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I AM A WINNER? — PART 9

With this post, we have our seventh winner, the winner in the Conservative Blog Category. However, before I get into that, I need to pick a winner, and I have not done that yet.  Some “problems” are good problems.  Virginia has a … Continue reading

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NO ONE OWNS THE TEA PARTY, AND THE TEA PARTY OWNS NO ONE

The Background To understand where someone is coming from, we have to understand their language.  So when I read the following phrase, I looked it up.  You just got owned. In this context here is what the verb own means. … Continue reading

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