So, the Veterans Administration was off bugging people. …As in, monitoring their communications.
Remember: the Veterans Administration was held up as a shining beacon by the Left on how to do socialized medicine. Or should I say ‘Socialist?’ – Because this story is certainly, ah, evocative: As the hearing stretched into the night, [House Veterans Affairs Chairman Jeff] Miller told the committee about a visit some committee staff took to the Philadelphia Regional Office earlier this month. As | Read More »
Group think and Politics
GROUP-THINK and POLITICS Dr. Jim Gschwind The Despondent Correspondent We conservatives (actually I consider myself more of a tea-party libertarian) get called a lot of names, but whooo unto us if we should actually call our political opposites anything other than “brother”. I am exaggerating here of course to make my point. I have many friends who are liberal and in fact I’m at | Read More »
NRCC Recruit Changes Mind, Will Challenge Shuler
A virtuous circle is ‘a complex of events that reinforces itself through a feedback loop.’ One timely example is the current climate for Republicans in the midterm elections: good political news encourages stronger candidates to emerge, which dispirits Democrats and encourages desperation, which prompts better candidates to emerge, which dispirits Democrats… Case in point, Heath Shuler’s re-election bid in North Carolina’s 11th district. Local leaders | Read More »