Monthly Archives: September 2008

The question too few are asking

Why is it that those in Congress who helped create this financial crisis are not being asked the tough questions?  Instead, we are being subjected to more pontificating by the likes of Barney Frank and Christopher Dodd who, for the … Continue reading

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More of the same…

…from the great candidate of “postpartisan” and “postracial” politics:  the Obama campaign has now released one of the most vile and misleading racebaiting ads in recent memory.   In Spanish language ads being run in the Southwest, Obama falsely quotes Rush … Continue reading

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Don’t want to jinx anything…

…but could this be the year that us long-suffering Cub fans have waited for?  Carlos Zambano’s no hitter coming at this critical point late in the season sure gives some cause for hope. The Cubs have struggled a bit in … Continue reading

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If you like Kilpatrick and Granholm…

To my friends back in Michigan… something to think about: “If you like what [Gov.] Jennifer Granholm has done for Michigan, you’ll like what Barack Obama is going to do for America,” says Saul Anuzis, the state GOP chairman. “More … Continue reading

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9-11

As I was thinking about the events of this date 7 years ago, it truly saddens me that so many people seem to have forgotten what, at the time, we all swore never to forget.   The sudden, vicious attacks by … Continue reading

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Great piece

Thomas Sowell has a great piece today on National Review Online.  Although he is primarily an economist, he also is a keen observer of human nature.  Titled Grow Up, it examines the reasons why it is primarily younger people who … Continue reading

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