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College-age conservative (we DO exist!) currently attending the rather liberal University of South Florida, majoring in philosophy.

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    Health care “debate.”

    In their USA Today op-ed, Nancy Pelosi and Steny Hoyer have this to say about the spirited protests at health care townhalls across the nation: However, it is now evident that an ugly campaign is underway not merely to misrepresent the health insurance reform legislation, but to disrupt public meetings and prevent members of Congress and constituents from conducting a civil dialogue. These tactics have | Read More »

    President Obama at the NAACP

    I’ve started something of an experiment that I’ve had going on for a few months now. See, I regularly check a lot of conservative blogs and news sources — Drudge, Right-Thinking, Right-Thoughts (back when it actually updated), RedState (of course), Fox, New York Post, et cetera — so I’m more or less inundated with right-leaning news reports and blog posts every single day. This was | Read More »

    As of right now…

    … I’m kinda proud of Hillary Clinton. We’ve tolerated the crap coming out of North Korea for far too long. It’s about time someone finally considered taking action against them. And yes, I’m well aware that there’s a (rather large) chance that this is just words, and that the Obama White House may very well back out or somehow screw this up as they have | Read More »

    There’s something wrong here.

    On May 14th, 2009, Nancy Pelosi accused the CIA of lying to her and “misleading the Congress of the United States” on the issue of whether or not waterboarding was used, and when. In fact, she even went as far as to say that they “mislead us all the time.” Cue media firestorm. Even The Huffington Post ran a rather lengthy article stating at one | Read More »

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    My first vote, vindicated.

    Promoted from the diaries by James Richardson The first presidential candidate I ever voted for was John McCain, and I’m willing to admit that, at the time, I definitely had some doubts about whether it was the right decision. This is partially because, having been born in New York and having witnessed the tail-end of his gentrification efforts, I was a Giuliani fan until he | Read More »

    Well, I’m just about set, then.

    “Happiness is… Being Old, Male, and Republican.” http://news.yahoo.com/s/livescience/20090518/sc_livescience/happinessisbeingoldmaleandrepublican That’s two out of three for me.