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Did anyone notice that Republicans won the last election? The Democrats did, and now they have done something about it. Never forget that Democrats and news media know how to set the “terms of debate” — literally. Look at what … Continue reading
(from here) What was that lame duck Congress that considered so much legislation the Democrats did not have the nerve to consider BEFORE the election? That was a sneak attack. This attack took advantage both of the fact the Democrats … Continue reading
UPDATES added at the bottom. November 2 is coming. In fact, some of you have already voted absentee. Have you done your homework yet? Why do I ask this question? While driving about town yesterday, I took a moment to listen to … Continue reading
Mike has put together an informative post on the financial issues of privatizing Social Security. That makes it worth reading. When we read Mike’s post, we should keep some other details in mind. While social programs sound good in theory, our … Continue reading
The Beck crowd did not leave a mess, and they said nothing that would have upset Abraham Lincoln, but the cartoon appeared just the same. Virginia’s Conservative blogs are full of news about the demonstration last weekend, the so-called “One Nation … Continue reading
Last Thurday evening I went to the Prince William County Republican Party‘s Patriot Dinner. We heard from excellent speakers. That included Congressman Frank Wolf, Congressman Rob Wittman, and Keith Fimian. In addition, Jim Martin, Chairman of the 60 Plus Association spoke, effectively serving … Continue reading