McCain’s New Stem Cell Ad: Maverick is Back

    John McCain is airing a new ad on stem cell research: Republican presidential nominee John McCain debuted a radio ad Friday designed to declare his unequivocal support for stem cell research. McCain voted in the Senate to expand federal funding for the controversial research but Democrats and advocates of the science have expressed concern that McCain’s support has wavered. Not so, according to the radio | Read More »

    Vote ! Mccain fights for the right

    Hey, If you havent registered to vote yet you should. I think John McCain is the best choice for President because he puts this country before his own personal agenda. He has the same values that I do, most importantly protecting the lives of unborn children. He is the only cantidate who has actually fought for this country and fought against the government to reform | Read More »

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    Sarah’s Gift of Life

    By Rose Pedenko and Tanya Simon In 1917, Vladimir Lenin spearheaded his leftist revolutionaries in a massive people’s revolt, which smashed Russia’s monarchy to dust, and forever disfigured the face of worldwide power politics. Nearly fifty years later in the 1960s, radical feminists and other useful idiots here and abroad placed a bear hug on Lenin’s adage that “a lie told often enough becomes the | Read More »

    Introduction from a moderate Libertarian & secular Humanist

    Hello, I am Adam Theo (just “Theo” to most), a moderate Libertarian who never votes for his own party because they are a bunch of lunatics — I mix between the two main parties happily, depending on the issue. I am a calm and optimistic person who likes friendly debates.

    Why Do (Some) Democrats Hate Women?

    The Politico reports that South Carolina Democratic Chair Carol Fowler apparently can’t think of a legitimate criticism of Sarah Palin, so she has turned to personal smears: South Carolina Democratic chairwoman Carol Fowler sharply attacked Sarah Palin today, saying John McCain had chosen a running mate ” whose primary qualification seems to be that she hasn’t had an abortion.” The Democratic party once held itself | Read More »

    Legal Abortion vs. Murder

    I had my first discussion with a Liberal about abortion last week. I was floored by his response. The result has driven me to seek an conservative outlet in the blogshere to share. While I am not out to convert Liberals, I am out to make people of both liberal and conservative persuasions to think about this idea. I doubt it is original but here | Read More »

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    Camille Paglia nails one

    Camille Paglia claims the kind of personal beliefs that I find quite objectionable – Obama-supporting, pro-choice, atheist, drug legalization, etc. But it seems like every time I read her stuff, I find myself intrigued by her points. And her article today is no exception. She displays stunning insight about the DNC and GOP conventions, the Palin nomination, and her credentials as a “brand new style | Read More »

    Change is Inevitable

    ##It appears that Sarah Palin is just the breath of life John McCain’s campaign needs. After an early summer push by McCain, polls had recently begun to suggest Barack Obama’s attack ads linking President George W. Bush and McCain were beginning to work. So how has Obama responded to the new found excitement in the Republican party? Part sarcasm, part bitterness, and what seems to | Read More »

    Change is Inevitable

    It appears that Sarah Palin is just the breath of life John McCain’s campaign needs. After an early summer push by McCain, polls had recently begun to suggest Barack Obama’s attack ads linking President George W. Bush and McCain were beginning to work. So how has Obama responded to the new found excitement in the Republican party? Part sarcasm, part bitterness, and what seems to | Read More »

    It’s Personal

    Barack Obama: “Look, I got two daughters — 9 years old and 6 years old,” he said. “I am going to teach them first about values and morals, but if they make a mistake, I don’t want them punished with a baby.” Such calculation. Note the extremely vague, but obligatory reference to “values and morals”, which is supposed to convince us that he is in | Read More »

    Palin and The Media

    As issues at the office have kept me away from the blogosphere for the last week or so, I’ve been literally itching to get back to the keyboard and talk about what’s going on in the presidential race. The treatment of Governor Palin by the mainstream press has been nothing short of dispicable, to say nothing of the treatment she’s getting from our illustrious opponents | Read More »

    San Francisco: Under Interdict? And What Took So Long?

    “Interdict” was a political technique used by the medieval Catholic Church to bring kings and emperor’s into line: it meant denying the celebration of liturgies and sacraments to the general population because of the actions of their leader. Innocent III used it against France c. 1200 A.D. to bring Philip Augustus into line. Since this meant unreconciled souls could be condemned to hell, according to | Read More »

    A Little Father-Daughter “Bonding Time” Approacheth

    Ruh Roh…Nancy REALLY stepped in it this time. Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has accepted an invitation from San Francisco’s archbishop to discuss whether she should continue to receive communion at the Catholic Church in the wake of comments she made about abortion. I think what entertains me most about this little bit o’ news factoid, is that somewhere, SOMEHOW, one of our Political Heroes has | Read More »

    McCain vs Obama: Part VI – Call to Action

    The goal of each candidate during their convention is to rally support for their cause…too inspire their party faithful to “get out the vote” and to inspire undecided and disgruntled voters from the other party to come to their side. Let’s take a look at how the two candidates attempted to do this. Part VI – Call to Action: McCain: “If you find faults with | Read More »

    Obama plays abortion card in MI

    Judging by the number of commercials I have been seeing on tv, Michigan is definitely a battleground state. Obama has been hitting McCain on the economy, using McCain’s quote from the primary about not knowing as much about the economy as he should. The other Obama attack is predictably trying to tie McCain to Bush, ending with the McCain voting record of 90% matching Bush.