Latte Links (11/11)

Here’s some miscellany for this fine Wednesday evening. Gallup: Republicans Edge Ahead of Democrats in 2010 Vote The Page: What’s In Sarah Palin’s Book by Mark Halperin (I love the picture he has, it’s hilarious). Big Government: Using Unions As Weapons: UPS v. FedEx by Nick Gillespie The Admonition: Math you can believe in by […]

Branstad Baggage: Lt. Governor Joy Corning

Yeah, this can’t be good for the Branstad campaign.  Former Lt. Governor Joy Corning (pictured above with Governor Branstad) who ran with and served with former Governor Terry Branstad was making robocalls for One Iowa in support of same-sex marriage. Jason Clayworth at the Des Moines Register posted the script of the call:: Hi this […]

The Stupak-Pitts Amendment Doesn’t Hurt Women, Abortion Does

Ann Neumann didn’t like yesterday’s post on the Stupak Amendment.  Complaining about my lack of compromise.  Sorry, when it comes to the sanctity of life, I don’t compromise.  She notes: There is no compromise when your work is to eliminate the most common medical procedure for women in the US. When abortion is the most […]

Duty – Honor – Country

Today marks Veterans Day.  Originally known as Armistice Day when Germany signed an armistice with the Allies on November 11, 1918 ending the “Great War.”  Which was thought to be the war to end all wars.  We know now that certainly wasn’t the case.  Our soldiers, sailors and Marines have been called on time and […]