I’m not a fan of early voting. I recognize that it’s not always convenient to saddle the pony and ride off across the desert to cast one’s ballot on the Tuesday following the first Monday in November, but this is a civic duty and I can’t find a promise to voters that this responsibility will be convenient. It’s like the walk to school, barefoot, in | Read More »
Like a Day at the Spa!
A few weeks back, in the heat of the “skewed polls” debate which erupted when it was learned that pollsters were weighting the democrat components of their polls to give the incumbent an edge and create the appearance that the President had the election in the bag, Dick Morris suggested conservatives visit www.unskewedpolls.com. Of course, I did so immediately and was delighted to see what | Read More »
For the past few days I’ve heard more than a little grousing from the Democrats about the way in which Republicans seem to be making the horrors of Benghazi, Libya “political.” It makes me cranky. First of all, let us say that lives were lost. That’s tragic and is made even more so when we learn, as we did yesterday, that the loss of | Read More »
The Nobama Road
Okay. I’m something of a troublemaker. My idea of a good time is to put on my NOBAMA t-shirt and hang out at the local Piggly Wiggly parking lot. There are, I’m sure, places in America when this kind of behavior wouldn’t raise an eyebrow, but because I live in a primarily black Mississippi community, the looks I get are sometimes quite unfriendly. Sadly, | Read More »