Monthly Archives: June 2008


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George Carlin, 1937-2008

He was arguably his generation’s most gifted and most controversial comic, with little reverence for what most Americans perceived to be sacred. From the Seven Words to Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back and Dogma, there was little left to … Continue reading

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I have a question that I would like to pose to my fellow bloggers on the right and the left: will this election be a national re-aligning election? I believe that it will be. Barack Obama has strong appeal even … Continue reading

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Priceless words from Cindy McCain

(CNN) — Cindy McCain, wife of John McCain, said Thursday the spouses of the presidential candidates should be allowed to have some privacy. “I do not think that spouses and family members … are fair game,” she told CNN’s John … Continue reading

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The Continuing Story of George W. McCain

The NYTimes has a great article which helps voters who aren’t generally into going through senatorial voting records to compare Senator McCain’s voting stances against the administration’s positions. Is McCain Like Bush? It Depends on the Issue When it comes … Continue reading

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Pot, meet kettle

I’m periodically reminded of this old saying when I listen to the propaganda spewed by the Republican noise machine… the latest (and maybe greatest recent) example of the Right Punditocracy’s hypocricy was Vice President Dick Cheney’s remark to the National … Continue reading

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Who is Governor Brian Schweitzer?

Donklephant asks the same question and posits an idea which I have previously mulled. Governor Schweitzer is a very popular Democratic governor in an otherwise very red state (Montana) and, as Justin notes, he’s pragmatic and can walk the bipartisan … Continue reading

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