Why seek ye the living among the dead? I know that my Redeemer lives; O the sweet joy this sentence gives! He lives, He lives, who once was dead; He lives, my ever living Head. He lives triumphant from the grave; He lives eternally to save; He lives all glorious in the sky; He lives […]
“Somehow, Brian Kirwin is channeling through Pat Edmonson and churning a destructive wave within the Democratic Party,” says noted Democrat blogger Dan Sullivan, whom I think shows up to more Republican meetings than I do. “So Brian, if it is you, I am asking you as a casual acquaintance, don’t make me find a priest […]
The confrontation turns into a hearty debate about government’s role.
At 9:06 pm last night, I received a press release from Dave Foster entitled: Press Release – Foster Wins Debate He touted a “jobs pledge.” At 10:02 pm, I received a press release from John Brownlee entitled: Another Debate, Another Win for John Brownlee He used the word “prosecutor” (or some variation thereof) no less […]
It’s a good day to be Del. Bob Purkey! Democrat Pat Edmonson filed today, but not for Lieutenant Governor. She’s now running against Democrat Peter Schmidt in a primary to decide who will challenge Del. Bob Purkey! Fun Fun in Virginia Beach! Looks like she didn’t like the support Democrats were giving her.
“Stations of the Cross” from The Write Side: Stations of the Cross: Jesus Prays Alone Stations of the Cross: Jesus is Arrested Stations of the Cross: Pilate Tries Jesus Stations of the Cross: The Sanhedrin Tries Jesus Stations of the Cross: Pilate condemns Jesus to Die Stations of the Cross: Jesus Carries His Cross Stations […]
Contrary to the hysteria you might be hearing across the leftist/socialist blogs, and from the governor (who is deeply embarrassed as DNC chair that his state couldn’t move further to the left), Republicans actually did a responsible job of expanding benefits for the unemployed this past veto session. Unemployment benefits have been extended from half-a-year […]
I don’t think anyone would go so far as to say that dialogue is not important at resolving critical differences of opinion…both politically and in international relations. But when the other participant has a long string of human rights abuses and has done nothing to demonstrate contrition or a change in position, one has to […]