Thursday Morning Reads

2 Jul
Just think how hard Barbara Boxer had to to work to share her title with Senator Al Franken.

Just think how hard Barbara Boxer had to to work to share her title with Senator Al Franken.

New Independence Push – 233 Years Later
Michael Reagan, TownHall

Now more than ever, it is time for each of us fortunate enough to be born into freedom to pay tribute to the men and women who made us a free nation — choosing the hard and difficult road – by choosing to once again fight for our independence. This time it is an independence from an over-intrusive and ever-encroaching federal government.
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Welcome to the ‘You Can’t Stop Us Now’ Era
Bobby Eberle, GOPUSA

The only hope for Republicans is to return to their conservative roots and start winning back seats in 2010. The Democrats control everything, and thus the condition of the country is entirely in their laps. The American people will be able to decide if this is the “change they can believe in.”
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Equality On Trial
By Thomas Sowell, via GOPUSA

For the fourth time in six cases, the Supreme Court of the United States has reversed a decision for which Judge Sonia Sotomayor voted on the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. If this nominee were a white male, would this not raise questions about whether he should be elevated to a court that has found his previous decisions wrong two-thirds of the times when those decisions have been reviewed?
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And in Virginia…

McDonnell invites Deeds to debate
SWAC Girl

GOP gubernatorial candidate Bob McDonnell has invited Democrat gubernatorial candidate Creigh Deeds to participate in a series of 10 debates over the next few months.
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Full press release at Virginia VirtuconMcDonnell Calls for 10 Debates

$5,000 fine, 10 debates and a FOIA
Brian Kirwin at Bearing Drift

The Washington Post’s blogging is on fire lately. It blasts the Virginia Democratic Party for being fined $5,000 by the Federal Elections Commission for their flagrant disregard for campaign finance laws.
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Kaine Pulls a Gary Hart
Tertium Quids

It’s almost enough to make one wonder whether Kaine has booked passage on the “Monkey Business” after all.
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2 Responses to “Thursday Morning Reads”

  1. Chris July 2, 2009 at 11:24 am #

    Are you following the VITA and Northrop Grumman fiasco as well Michael?

    http://www.timesdispatch.com/rtd/news/state_regional/state_regional_govtpolitics/article/VITA01_20090630-222603/277299/P10/

  2. Michael July 2, 2009 at 6:12 pm #

    Yes, I’m aware of that Chris. It’s a mess.

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