Monthly Archives: December 2012

Leadership

As the ‘fiscal cliff’ looms and it looks almost certain now that no deal will be reached in time to prevent my taxes from going up, I’m reminded how vacuous our leadership is in DC.  The problems facing this country

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Understanding the Left: 1

Understanding the Left (UTL) is a new series that I’m starting that will periodically look out how and why the Left does what it does. This is necessary to know as many Republicans turn a blind eye to their activities.

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Plan B

The time for change is it hand.  According to The Hill: Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) now ranks as the least-liked congressional leader, with just 31 percent of voters holding a positive opinion of the Republican leader and more than half

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The Shooting

There’s so much that could be said about this event. There’s so much I want to say. However, I don’t know what I could say that hasn’t been said already. We’ve been bombarded with almost all reactions with respect to

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Shock to the System

Peggy Noonan has long been one of my favorite opinion writers.  I’ve always liked how she has the ability to think big and outside the box despite being an inside-the-beltway media figure.  Her most recent column captures brilliantly the challenges

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Thoughts on this?

Thoughts on this? All I have to say is guns do not have the capacity to exercise free will. The issue is what we’re doing with those who have mental health issues.

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That’s right, we’re rightly modern

So why choose this name? That’s easy. We are Republicans who have acknowledged a cultural shift within the party. We’re conservatives, but we’re not in the traditional sense that the media portrays. We’ve got solutions that haven’t previously been discussed

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