From the daily archives:

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Glenn Beck on the Millennial “Me” Generation

October 28, 2009

Any chance I get to wreck on the Millennial Generation (depending on who you speak to, it’s those born between 1982 and 1999), is a chance that I’m going to take.  I don’t loathe them, but since I’ve been teaching them for nine years I know that not only are they one day going to [...]

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Cheney to Support Hutchinson Against Perry?

October 28, 2009

This one baffles me.  Former Vice-President Dick Cheney is backing Kay Bailey Hutchison over Conservative Rick Perry in the race for Governor of the State of Texas.  Now, I won’t go so far as to call Hutchison a RINO.  She is a moderate conservative in my view, and nowhere near the RINO status of a [...]

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What to Make of Newt Gingrich

October 28, 2009

I like Newt.  I think he has played a vital role in the advancement of Conservatism over the years, and continues to be a vital voice in the Republican Party and Conservative movement.  I also am not that upset that he sided with Dede Scozzafava in the election.  We as Conservatives have to realize that [...]

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DeMint on Term Limits

October 28, 2009

Sen. Jim DeMint recently penned an essay posted on his Senate website on the subject of term limits.  DeMint is planning to introduce a Constitutional amendment to impose term limits of two 6-year terms for Senators and three 2-year terms for Congressman.  In his short essay, DeMint talks about why term limits are needed and [...]

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