Video from Chesley Sullenberger’s first public comments.
As Hot Air notes, a man of few words. Their video doesn’t seem happy to work here, so below is a YouTube of his comments. Check out the Hot Air link for his wife’s comments, which are very good.
BREAKING NEWS – MO Senator Bond will NOT seek re-election
Sorry to push everyone’s hard work down, but I thought everyone would want to know about this. There was no open thread at the time. After 40 Years of Public Service to Missouri Bond Will Not Seek Reelection Senator Calls for Republicans and Democrats to Work Together, Put Missouri First JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Today, in an address before the Missouri General Assembly, U.S. Senator | Read More »
Looking at the Michael Williams for Senate Online Presence.
Before we go any further: if you’re not checked out on this guy, check out the two speeches below: and…then read this old diary. And this official website.
TX-21 and the other TX House seats
I live in TX-21, Lamar Smith. He was pro-bailout and votes for too many pork barrel spending bills. Otherwise a good conservative Republican Congressman. He didn’t even draw a Democrat challenger this time around. SAFE. Since that is quite boring, and I have the 2008 Texas election results handy, let’s look at the other TX districts:
Good morning. Two weeks ago tomorrow, we lost the 2008 election. Whoever came up with the phrase “Success has a thousand fathers, while failure is an orphan” never got involved in politics. We’ve spent the last two weeks being told the paternity of November 4th’s defeat; whether by people who would very much like for all of us to just lie down and die, or | Read More »
Conservative Republicans Engage
America has overwhelmingly rejected liberal/moderate Republicans. We have elected the most left wing President ever and he has a strong enough Congress to basically rubberstamp whatever he wants. I think we know how that is going to go over the two years. It is time for Republicans to stop reaching out; stop trying for bipartisan results. The Democrats don’t compromise and it’s time for us | Read More »