Archive for January, 2008

New Poll – Who would you vote for today?

January 31, 2008

Now don’t get your panties all in a bunch. Face it world – we are down to 4 candidates with a couple hanging on for their dear lives. [ad#Google Adsense] Who would you vote for today? Mitt McCain Hillary Obama still undecided going to skip voting View Results

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The World As We See It

January 30, 2008

It’s amazing to me how people see exactly what they want to see when it comes to politics. It’s amazing to me that although I haven’t been opposed to Ron Paul’s candidacy even once, how so many Ron Paul supporters think I’m just a Republican hack who cannot be trusted. Or on the flip side, […]

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Thoughts about the 2008 Presidential race – Florida aftermath

January 29, 2008

Now that the Florida votes have been cast, it’s worth noticing some things that have become apparent: [ad#Google Adsense] Democrats Hillary Clinton’s victory, while (as of the time of this writing) a respectable 50-33% over Barack Obama, was not impressive when you consider that Democrats ignored Florida due to its audacity to hold a primary […]

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John McCain and the Coming of the GOP Civil War.

January 27, 2008

Many of my conservative friends remain staunchly behind the war in Iraq and I am with them in such a cause. Like them, I understand that we fight this war today so that our children, our grandchildren, and so on won’t have to. We fight this war today because we want to live in peace. […]

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Thoughts about the 2008 Presidential race – so far

January 26, 2008

For the first time since 1952, both parties are facing nomination battles with neither an incumbent President nor Vice President running. Thus far, the contests on both sides have been pretty fluid. In this article, we will discuss the race from both parties’ perspectives. [ad#Google Adsense] Democrats While the Democratic nomination has appeared to see-saw […]

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Did Ron Paul Just Win Louisiana?

January 23, 2008

It’s late, well into the night. Most of America is completely unaware that there was a Republican caucus going on anywhere in America tonight (Tuesday night), but we had one in Louisiana, and Ron Paul may have just won his first primary — Outright. [ad#Google Adsense] It’s been said the world is ran by the […]

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The Louisiana Conservative Ballot

January 21, 2008

I have a great worry concerning the Louisiana Republican state convention, and that concern is where are we going to go as a party? You see, I am worried that we are going to elect people off of a ballot, many of which have never ever lifted a finger to help the party, nor to […]

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U.S. Budget Deficits

January 20, 2008

This is the best overall economy of my lifetime. Almost all sectors of the economy, including the service and manufacturing areas are experiencing a boom in sales and orders. This type of economy is the one described by John Maynard Keynes in which a government should be experiencing budget surpluses. Yet, the federal budget debt […]

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Onward Conservative Soldiers, Til Defeat Do We Part!

January 17, 2008

In 1996, one of the most influential people in my life told me that we often make a mistake in the Republican party of putting victory ahead of our principles. I agreed with him and Alan Keyes was my candidate of choice. He supported Bob Dole. I knew I was standing by my conservative principles […]

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Governor Bobby Jindal Inaugural Address – We Can Change. We Must Change. We WILL Change.

January 17, 2008

For the record: Governor Bobby Jindal’s Inaugural Address President Chaisson, Speaker Tucker, Statewide elected officials, Chief Justice Calogero and Justices of the Supreme Court, members of the legislature; Governor Treen, Governor Foster, Governor Roemer, Governor Blanco, Governor Perry; Senator Landrieu and Senator Vitter, Congressman McCrery, Congressman Boustany, Congressman Melancon and Congressman Alexander; My beautiful wife […]

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