Rand Paul at a meet and greet in Altoona, IA questioned whether Marco Rubio’s plan to increase military spending should be considered conservative.
President Obama’s nomination acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention was pretty much what you’d expect to hear – hope and change along with failed ideas. He framed the election in a way I can agree with however. He warned those gathered that “ on every issue, the choice you face won’t just be between […]
Some miscellaneous items from around the net. Rasmussen Reports: 62% Oppose Single-Payer Health Care System Big Hollywood: Review: ‘Going Rogue’ Reveals Palin’s Ready to Lead by Brigadier General (Ret.) Anthony J. Tata (USA) The Spyglass: Politics and the Christian tongue WSJ: The Welfare State and Military Power Times Online (UK): Bob Ainsworth: ‘UK can’t back […]
(9/30/09 Original) Barack Obama continues to amaze, and not in a good way. In the Anchorage Daily News last week: In a strongly worded message to Congress outlining presidential priorities for a military spending bill, the Obama administration said Friday it disapproved of including money for pensions for 26 elderly members of the World War […]
1. What do you think of the United Methodist Church’s policy goals for 2008? 2. Latino evangelicals question loyalty to the GOP over the immigration issue. 3. Pretty cool story – a 92-year-old legally blind golfer makes a hole-in-one. Considering how many people with perfect 20/20 vision can’t do this it is pretty amazing. 4. […]