Monthly Archives: August 2012

We Can Do Better

Did I really see on TV this morning workers at the Republican Convention unrolling a huge banner reading “We Can Do Better”? I mean, come on. Can there possibly be a better set up for the Democrats to revive Obama’s … Continue reading

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Are Liberals Losing the Abortion Debate?

Ever since Congressman Todd Aiken made his unfortunate comments about “legitimate rape” and women’s bodies rejecting rapists’ sperm, liberal commentators have been carrying on like football players dancing in the end zone after scoring a touchdown. For a week now, … Continue reading

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A Choice and An Echo

Mitt Romney has taken so many conflicting positions on so many issues that nobody can be sure where he “really” stands on any of them. When he ran for governor and then senator in Massachusetts, he had one set of … Continue reading

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In Defense of the Chick-fil-A Boycott

Recent calls for a boycott of Chick-fil-A, because of its devoutly Christian owners’ support of organizations that oppose same sex marriage, have inevitably brought forth calls for a counter-boycott by Mike Huckabee, who asked Christians to stand up for their … Continue reading

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