Charity on October 31st, 2008

My heart all but broke when I learned that Jon Bon Jovi held a fundraiser for Barack Obama. Bon Jovi was my first rockstar crush. I was in 5th grade. But another rocker that I loved when I was growing up has come out with an endorsement for John McCain, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry. This […]

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Charity on October 31st, 2008

The other day, the Free Press had results for the latest poll on Vermont’s race for governor. No surprise Tuesday that Jim Douglas, Vermont’s Republican incumbent governor, holds a 23 percentage-point lead over his closest rival in this fall’s gubernatorial contest, Democrat Gaye Symington, according to a new poll released by WCAX-TV. If this comforts […]

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Charity on October 30th, 2008

Yeah, and he did not have sexual relations with that woman, either. Mississippi’s voter situation is hard to believe. Places like Madison County have over 123% more registered voters than people over the age of 18. “It is terrible,” [Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann] says. “Combined with the fact that we don’t have voter ID […]

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Charity on October 29th, 2008

Zo is a huge superstar on the right-wing blogs. I haven’t posted any of his videos yet because I figured that everyone had seen them. Then I remembered that some of you live in liberal land and only venture out to benign sites such as this one, where you can conservative bash without much retort. […]

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Charity on October 29th, 2008

“It’s not that I don’t have enough information, it’s that I don’t particularly like either one of them,” explained Moon, 32, a small business owner and father of two. That’s Chad Moon, an undecided voter profiled in a Reuters story. The article goes on to ask, “what more do voters possibly need to know to […]

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Charity on October 28th, 2008

This is where the Democrats want to take us, U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D. Toledo) whipped the crowd up before Mr. Obama took the stage yesterday telling them that America needed a Second Bill of Rights guaranteeing all Americans a job, health care, homes, an education, and a fair playing field for business and farmers. […]

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Charity on October 28th, 2008

One week from today, we will have our elections. Who better than yours truly to bring you live, election-night interviews from the Vermont Republican Party in Montpelier? Well, I am sure there are better people out there, but you’re stuck with me! I will be covering the Vermont GOP live on Channel 17, as part […]

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Charity on October 28th, 2008

Sen. Barack Obama talks a lot about ending the divisiveness of politics in this country, yet when anyone criticizes or questions his policies or where they will lead the country, he (or his campaign surrogates) cries “FOX News! FOX News!” as if that is a rational rebuttal. It isn’t. FOX News is a legitimate media […]

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Charity on October 27th, 2008

Real compassion is conservatism. Real compassion cares for the individual. Real conservatism wants every individual to be the best he or she can be, with nobody standing in the way. Let a person use what their God-given talents are, combined with their ambition and their energy and their desire and their dreams, and get out […]

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Charity on October 27th, 2008

Gun sales up 8 – 10% despite poor economy. Several variables drive sales, but many dealers, buyers and experts attribute the increase in part to concerns about the economy and fears that if Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois wins the presidency, he will join with fellow Democrats in Congress to enact new gun controls. Obama […]

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