Monthly Archives: May 2008

Democrat Compromise On Florida, Michigan Delegates

Photo by Olivier Douliery / Abaca Protesters outside during the Democratic National Committee Rules and Bylaws Committee in Washington, D.C. WASHINGTON – Democratic Party leaders agreed Saturday seat Michigan and Florida delegates with half votes into this summer’s convention with … Continue reading

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How Does ‘Sex and the City’ Film Avoid the Age Problem? By Embracing It!

NEW YORK, May 6, 2008 (AP Online delivered by Newstex) — Early on in the new "Sex and the City" film — and don’t worry, we’re not spoiling the plot here — Carrie and longtime love Mr. Big are in … Continue reading

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John McCain Finds His Voice

It was a pretty eventful week in the world of all things political. And as expected, the mainstream news media honed in on the wrong story. Instead of amplifying an astounding example of one of the key differences between John … Continue reading

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A Matter of Loyalty

It’s amazing what some people will do for 30 pieces of silver. Scott McClellan was given the signal honor of being the spokesman for the president of the United States, a distinction few Americans have ever achieved. Being the spokesman … Continue reading

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Barack Potatoe Obama?

Imagine that John McCain named a young running mate to campaign with him, and this national rookie suggested America had 58 states, repeatedly used the wrong names for the cities he was visiting, and honored a Memorial Day crowd by … Continue reading

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A New Argument ABout Immigration

Many arguments, pro and con, about how to deal with illegal aliens have been passionately debated over the past couple of years, but there are still other arguments that need public exposure. Mark Krikorian presents a new argument in his … Continue reading

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Shared Memories for a Meaningful Memorial Day

Those who have given their lives in military service to our country are honored on this and every Memorial Day, but they’re not here to tell their own stories. It takes the shared memories of those still living to bring … Continue reading

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