I Have a Heart
I have a “Big-H” Heart, having as its foundation passions. I’m drawn to certain things, find my brain going to them unbidden and/or relentlessly. I have an affinity that doesn’t exist for other things. When the passage of time is considered, some of these passions wax, some wane. But it’s definitely not a zero-sum game by any means: there have been times in my life I have had almost no passion, | Read More »
Alexander Hamilton as Precinct Committeeman?
Not. His. Gift. According to the introduction in a compilation of the Federalist Papers by a Clinton Rossiter, referring to Hamilton’s performance at the Constitutional Convention, “he was irregular in attendance and unpersuasive in argument.” But the United States of America may well have already failed were it not for his glorious contribution. Likely best known for his status generally as a “Founding Father” or specifically as the | Read More »
Housecall to DC and the Capitol Steps-a Call to Action Update
For a last-minute call to action, this is snowballing I first posted about this Saturday, and since then it has grown in size to the point it needs an update. Michelle Malkin picked up on the event and boosted it hard via Twitter and her site. Mark Levin is now on board, and will be there as he announced today on his radio show. His | Read More »
The Black Hole of Heath Care Reform-call to action
From the diaries by Erick via The Right Scoop Michelle Bachmann was interviewed by Hannity (not sure what date because the FNC Hannity site is a mess, but I assume Friday Oct. 30), during the interview Hannity describes the “Government Option” as a “funnel that’ll eventually suck everybody into it”. Bachmann says the bill will “…collapse private insurance so that everyone will fold into a | Read More »