Category Archives: Republican Debates

To bring America back we need to break some stuff

In December of 2011, I wrote an article titled The U.S. Constitution and Civil War. A remark by Cokie Roberts — that we need to ignore parts of the Constitution to save the rest — inspired my article. To bring America back, … Continue reading

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The Election May Show that the Nanny State is What we Want.

Granting President Obama another term in office would guarantee the expansion of the nanny state, perhaps beyond the point of no return. It is clear that many will vote to reelect President Obama because they like the Nanny State. Some … Continue reading

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Republican candidate debates

I just posted a short article at PJ Tatler suggesting that the debate format chosen by Globovision for candidates opposing el Presidente Chávez in this October’s election might be a good thing: This week Globovision started a new series of … Continue reading

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What are “Conservatives?”

We have more agreements than disagreements and should make the most of our agreements. The label “Liberal” has been abused to the point that it no longer has the clear and rather inclusive meaning it once had, an open and … Continue reading

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Herman Cain has Mumbled too much about Abortion.

If he is not more careful, he may abort his candidacy. There has been much discussion about Herman Cain’s positions on abortion and, largely because of them, he is coming to be referred to as a flip-flopper and the flavor … Continue reading

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