Monthly Archives: September 2010

Separation of church and state outrage from the ACLU in 3,2,1 NEVER! (via Smash Mouth Politics)

In his post (referenced below), Doug Hagin notes the inconsistent manner with which the certain public officials “separate” church and state. I do wish the Liberal Democrats would actually read the First Amendment to the Constitution. Before you read Doug Hagin’s … Continue reading

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NEWS OF A TRAGIC LOSS (via Prince William-Manassas Family Alliance)

We live in a rich nation. We have the most advance technologies. Nonetheless, we can only prolong our lives a  bit, and sometimes, in spite of our best efforts, those we love still die unexpectedly. Thus, we have this sad … Continue reading

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THE DEBATE BENEATH THE NEWS — WEEK ENDING 9/25/2010 – Part 2

IS THE RECESSION  OVER? What Do Virginia’s Blogs Say? At Bacon’s Rebellion, James A. Bacon predicts The Worst Is Yet to Come. Bacon observes that our region’s dependence upon Big Government will not help us, not when the Federal Government is … Continue reading

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REVIVING AN OLD POST=> ON POLITICAL PARTIES: WHY WE NEED CONVENTIONS

Periodically people complain about political conventions. What is the latest example? Brian Schoeneman of Common Sense provides us No good reason to make conventions more viable. As usual, we get a bunch of wimpy and whiny complaints. The table below summarizes Schoeneman’s complaints. Schoeneman’s … Continue reading

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THE DEBATE BENEATH THE NEWS — WEEK ENDING 9/25/2010 – Part 1

IS THE RECESSION  OVER? What Did The News Media Say? In it Business Section, the Chicago Sun-Times reports unhappily, Recession over? Tell that to Illinoisans. The story begins. The Great Recession ended in June 2009, the National Bureau of Economic … Continue reading

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