Daily Archives: October 29, 2006

“I Have Never Learned To Fight For My Freedom….”

Untitled document "…I was only good at enjoying it." Mark Steyn quotes writer Oscar van den Boogaard in his column today. Boogaard said this in an interview where he recognized that Europe was in serious, serious trouble because of the … Continue reading

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The Race Card

Untitled document Jeff Jacoby has a column in today's Boston Globe that rips apart the all-to-frequent use of the race card these days. His point is that this is a weapon that degrades the wielders of it as much as … Continue reading

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Cash On Hand

Untitled document Even as the election cycle winds down to election day, the Republicans still have the advantage in funding. There has been some surge in fundraising for the Democrats, but not enough to offset the overall advantage. In the … Continue reading

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Hardly A Surprise

Untitled document But not worth much, either. The New York Times pulls out the stops and tries to drag Ned Lamont across the finish line. We wanted to see a capacity for growth and change in Mr. Lieberman. The country … Continue reading

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Long Knives

Untitled document I never paid a heck of a lot of attention to Dick Armey when he was in Congress. He wasn't my representative, after all. Today he has an op-ed in the Washington Post so I guess I have … Continue reading

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Not Even The Washington Post…..

Untitled document …Can avoid the fact that the Democrat's agenda for what they would do if they gain control is long on rhetoric but short on the details needed to make the plans workable. In other words it sounds good, … Continue reading

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