Sounds good to me:
I believe in the free speech that liberals used to believe in, the economic freedom that conservatives used to believe in, and the personal freedom that America used to believe in.
Sounds good to me:
Rick Moran has a conversation with himself and diagnosis what is wrong with political discourse in this country:
It got to the point last week, after reading the usual nonsense from many conservatives about how Obama is deliberately trying to “destroy” the country, or is a Marxist, or wants to be a dictator, or is favoring [...]
The guy who set the fire that started the Tea Party Movement was in rare form again this morning:
Bearing Drift’s J.R. Hoeft and Brian Kirwin were live blogging the Freedom Fest event in Hampton Roads yesterday, when this happened:
8:28: J.R. Hoeft: Sekulow introducing Palin – applauding her discipline and decisiveness.
8:29: Brian K: Sarah Palin hits the stage to a standing o
8:31: Brian K: Sarah cheers the Lady Monarchs. Good choice
8:34:J.R. Hoeft: We’re [...]
A few Afghanistan-related items from my today over at OTB:
Americans Growing Weary Of Endless War
Endless War Causing Trouble At The Top ?
Also, to complete the trifecta, something from last week:
The Real News From The McChrystal Interview: The Troops Aren’t Happy
Fortunately, not every Republican in Texas is an anti-gay bigot:
AUSTIN, TX – At the state Republican convention earlier this month, Texas Republicans opted to abandon the Republican tradition of respecting the Constitution and protecting individual liberty and privacy rights by adopting a platform which includes planks attacking the civil liberties of certain Texans.
The platform advocates [...]
Congressman Steve King, who last made news when he said that Barack Obama favors black people, has now come out as a birther:
At least that’s what the latest Rasmussen Poll seems to say:
Nearly half of American Adults see the government today as a threat to individual rights rather than a protector of those rights.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 48% of Adults see the government today as a threat to rights. Thirty-seven percent (37%) [...]
It was five years ago today, that the Supreme Court issued it’s decision in Kelo v. City of New London
In 1998 the pharmaceutical company Pfizer announced plans to build a giant new research and development center in New London, Connecticut. As part of the deal, city officials agreed to clear out neighboring property owners via [...]
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