Sarah Palin 2008 RNC Vice-Presidential acceptance speech: Grannie hits a grand slam
This past weekend, presumptive Democratic Presidential nominee Barack Obama announced that Senator Joe Biden of Delaware would be his running mate. One of the things being touted about Biden is that he is Irish-Catholic. I don't know if this is a harking back to the good ol' JFK days for Dems, or if it is … Continue reading Catholicism: It’s the ‘hard’ that makes it great
Senator Joe Biden of Delaware could be the 2008 Dem VP nominee The Democratic National Convention kicks off next Monday, August 25th, in Denver and the increasingly ultra-liberal Democratic Party will select Barack Obama as their nominee for the Presidency of the United States. The Republican National Convention will then get underway the following week, … Continue reading Veepstakes: Does it matter?
It’s February in the Northeast section of the country, and it’s cold. Surprise! But this isn’t the usual cold. It’s real cold. Freezing cold. Below freezing cold. Way below freezing cold. Wind chills below zero cold. Did I mention that it was cold? Not only is it cold, but it’s also dark most of … Continue reading The winter doldrums
The administration of President George W. Bush has been disappointing to me and many others who got them elected. Major changes need to occur quickly and extensively. Otherwise, the bush league actions and inaction of the President, his team, and many elected Republicans threaten to make his Presidency one of the least respected in … Continue reading Bush league Bush administration