Sub-prime lending has nothing to do with coming recession
Again, Dodd’s, Frank’s and (President-Elect) Obama’s hands were all over this part of the collapse in the markets. Akin to the bonfire embers that set off the California wildfires…let us not forget! Bernanke Admits a Boo Boo The mortgage meltdown started in the United States in the summer of 2007 and rapidly spread to other countries, as well as to other types of lending, affecting | Read More »
Momentum. It Could Start With Virginia
Help!!! Virginia is in danger of making a habit of being a blue state.The political calendar is pretty light in 2009 but Virginia will provide one of the first referendums on the BO presidency. In November 2009 Virginia can reclaim its rightful place as a Red State (without even a shade of purple) by electing a solid conservative Bob McDonnell as Governor. The democratic field | Read More »
Virginia ’09–Local elections, global implications
There is no allowance for election fatigue in Virginia. There are no off years in the commonwealth. In even-numbered years we have the Federal elections along with the rest of the country. While most states take the odd-numbered years off. But in the Old Dominion, those years are for the elections for state offices.
Prepare to defend your country
It is unclear which part of Obama’s liberal agenda he will push first, but one thing is clear: if we aren’t united around ONE conservative alternative to each of his proposals, we will get run over. McCain’s awful campaign proved that opposition without an alternative will always lose. (Outside of McCain’s inner circle, I’m not sure anyone ever doubted it.) In order for the entire | Read More »
Where do we go from here?
Two must read posts tonight, Neil Stevens’ points and Dan McLaughlin’s h/t to Rove — It begins with the base. Now for a point of my own. We must stand strong as conservatives and libertarians and not give up. In doing so, we must buck up our remaining GOP Senators. The pressure they will be under to capitulate and not filibuster, to go along to | Read More »
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Turn Out The Lights The Party’s Over…
In 1992 the Democrats had six major candidates for the Presidential nomination. At the beginning the two front runners were Bob Kerrey Senator from Nebraska and Al Gore the Senator from Tennessee. Bob Kerrey was the first of the big named candidates to bow out of the race. The last man standing in the Democrat primaries was a little known governor from Arkansas. Kerrey had | Read More »