Spotlight On November.
Arlen Specter, he of many faces, is gone. His epitaph will be that he turned his back on his friends, only to turn his back on those friends… one too many times out there, Arlen. Arlen Specter is a victim of his own perfidy. There was a time that Specter could count on wide support. Voters turned on him. Republicans didn’t like him and Democrats | Read More »
The History Of One Party America
It has become very obvious over the last month or two that Barack Obama is on the verge of a monumental landslide, and the Democrats in Congress are poised to push the envelope on supermajorities as well. We are looking at a one party state, and not only that – its one that has been thirsting for power and will have a great deal of | Read More »
The Tide Has Turned More Than You Think
Some time ago I was a pretty active member at RedState. Perhaps my journey down the path of apathy began when I saw some of the spending that my own party was engaged in, or some of the corruption, or the failure to stand up and fight for the reasons that we are engaged in a war against terror in Iraq. Any of those planted | Read More »
Paul Broun as the “Accidental Congressman”
I don’t often write blogs, or at least not as often as I probably should, but some things compel me to write down my thoughts. The primary in Georgia’s 10th congressional district is one such thing. First of all, let me start off by saying that I do not live in the 10th district. I am a soon-to-be college sophomore whose home is in Douglasville | Read More »