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Distracted From The Issues That Matter In the middle of one of his columns last week, former congressman Tom Delay made this observation. That said, it’s instructive but not surprising to contrast the attention given to the House Gruber hearing … Continue reading →
I am in the process of reading a book about Sir Winston Churchill. For the most part, what I know about Churchill relates to his role as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during World War II. Churchill’s Empire by … Continue reading →
We are in the middle President Barack Hussein Obama’s second term. It has taken six years of misery, but some of the people who voted for him and some of the people who didn’t vote for anyone are finally willing … Continue reading →
With respect to politics, liberalism is an especially twisted word. As Wikipedia’s ambiguous article on Classical liberalism observes, the definition of Liberalism has shifted over time. Thus, that article sort of begins with the right idea. Classical liberalism is a … Continue reading →
Because Delegate Rob Bell provides such an excellent explanation of why Governor McAuliffe “line item veto,” I decided to post his email too. No You Can’t, Governor Today Governor McAuliffe announced he would line item veto budget provisions that prohibit … Continue reading →