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Ron Nehring

"An individual's right to protect him or her self should not be limited to the home, as anyone who has been the victim of a crime in a public place can attest. The recent decision by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals was the right one: individuals should not have to meet an arbitrary standard and prove a need to protect themselves in order to receive a concealed carry permit."

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The Latest on Kildee and Abortion Funding In Health Care Reform Bill

The following was sent in from Catholic Vote Action:   Read more »

at Mar 11, 2010 4:12 PM

Cheap Conservatism in the GOP

We know of the conservatism of Samuel Johnson, Edmund Burke, Russell Kirk, Goldwater, and Buckley- the conservative philosophy of our Founding Fathers that guided their contentious debates when they changed "Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of property" to "Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness" in order to avoid a stalemate over slavery. Add our time tested Judeo-Christian principles, Natural Law, and good old American common sense.   Read more »

at Mar 11, 2010 3:04 PM

Bill White’s Tax Hide-and-Seek: Day 2

The following is a press release sent in from the Republican Party of Texas:

AUSTIN — Democratic gubernatorial nominee Bill White on Monday refused to release his complete tax records. White’s withholding of information that Texas voters need fits a pattern seen across the entire Democratic Party.
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at Mar 11, 2010 1:54 PM

House Members Should Oppose Use of Partisan Reconciliation Tactic For Health Care Reform

Of course, one side is saying it will pass and one side is saying it won’t. All 41 Republicans have signed a bill that points of order will be held to a 60-vote standard on the bill supposedly to “correct the Senate bill in order to suit The House." So, there wil be no correction. The House must vote on the Senate bill AS IS. To make it happen, The House will have to immolate themselves both electorally and philosophically. I think it isn’t going to happen.   Read more »

at Mar 11, 2010 12:25 PM

A Tale Of Two Houses: Al Gore vs. George W. Bush

Which home is owned by an environmentalist?

House #1:   Read more »

at Mar 11, 2010 10:34 AM

Mitt Romney Discusses Health Care Reform on FOX News Sunday

I wanted to say more about Glenn Beck, whose CPAC speech I previously remarked on. But, it seemed that I should say something about the Fox News Sunday appearance of Mitt Romney, whom I had wanted to say something about before but am glad I didn’t. I tried to distill and kill two birds with one stone, but I couldn’t.   Read more »

at Mar 10, 2010 8:04 PM

Lou Dobbs On Proposed National ID Card To Control Illegal Immigration

Lou Dobbs was on The O'Reilly Factor last night to discuss illegal immigration and the Senate's proposed national identification card. The major points include:   Read more »

at Mar 10, 2010 7:59 PM

Obama Does Not Have The Numbers To Pass Health Care Reform

Obama still does not have the numbers to pass the health care reform bill in the House. The president has decided to shift his strategy, and instead of focusing on running against Republicans, he is running against the insurance companies themselves. He is trying to isolate insurance companies by telling people who are content with their current insurance plan that their premium will go up.   Read more »

at Mar 10, 2010 2:50 PM
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Bill White Declines To Match Rick Perry On Personal Financial Disclosure, What Is He Hiding?

Governor Rick Perry has released his personal tax returns along with the state financial disclosure statements; however, while Democratic gubernatorial nominee Bill White has released the city of Houston financial disclosure forms, he will not release his personal income tax retruns as Perry has.   Read more »

at Mar 10, 2010 12:01 PM


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