The “Consider This!” Podcast, Episode 55: A Service Considered Essential, Banning Recreation at Recess, and Name That Quote!
The latest episode of the “Consider This!” podcast is out. Conservative commentary in 10 minutes or less. Of all the services that the government performs, which ones are considered “essential”? Which ones stay operating even during a shutdown? Here’s an example of one, and in fact, it’s a service that is active only during a shutdown. What if they held a recess and nobody played? A school is banning | Read More »
New York GOP Poised For A Comeback?
It’s been an abysmal political climate for New York Republicans over the past few years but things may finally be about to turn around for the GOP. The timing could not be better as legislative redistricting looms after this November’s elections and the outcome of a few State Senate races will have national implications. New York Republicans have suffered numerous electoral defeats over the past | Read More »
Want To Live Longer? Move! [Annotated]
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Debate Night! And Some Notes On Long Island
Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay – Home of John McCain’s hero, Teddy Roosevelt Contrary to popular opinion, John McCain does not need to score a so-called knockout tonight. He simply needs to be on message, and passionately so: Barack Obama is an unqualified tax-and-spender, who has displayed incredibly bad judgment in his associations, which range from the hard left to the corrupt. He has no experience | Read More »