Jason Plummer Steps In It

Reading Time: 2 minutesWhen you’re the Republican Establishment’s candidate, you have one simple assignment: don’t screw up. Jason Plummer, a 29-year-old lumber heir, is the GOP Establishment’s appointed candidate for US Congress in Illinois’ 12th Congressional District.  He’s facing a shockingly tough race from former police detective and former Belleville Mayor, Rodger Cook.  (Never underestimate a detective’s tenacity.) …

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Get Off Your Duff and GoVote.com

Reading Time: 1 minutesYou have a great new way to participate in the political life of America thanks to GoVote.com With GoVote.com, you can Rate politicians, blogs, organizations, and more Find all of your elected officials in one place Find easy links to important web sites Keep track of news that most important to you Share your views …

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Generational Change

Reading Time: 1 minutesA man lost in thought is liable to say anything.  Anything at all.  A guy sitting behind me at a restaurant in Lambert airport began singing along with the background music.  “Burning down the house (do do).”  Perfect. November 2, American voters burned down the U.S. House.  Before the vote, estimates ranged from 45 to …

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Shady City Votes and Ego-Trip Riders

Reading Time: 1 minutesThree precincts in the city of St. Louis delivered 3,800 votes for Carnahan in the last hour of counting.  Wahby’s district.  Wahby’s wife works for Mayor Francis Slay.  They waited until they knew how many votes they needed, then they manufactured them–typical Dems, in my view. Now I ask you:  how many dead or non-existent …

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614 Days

Reading Time: 1 minutesSix hundred fourteen days from the first Tea Parties to Election Day.  That’s 307 days in 2009 and 307 in 2010.  In that time, we’ve met so many people.  We’ve made too many friends. (Psychologists and sociologists and anthropologists believe that a person can manage no more than 150 human relationships, so there is such …

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Human Decay in the Age of Obama

Reading Time: 2 minutesIn 47BC, Julius Caesar assumed dictatorial power in Rome.  He instituted “reforms” that transformed the Republic into the Empire. In the process, he became a dictator.  Rome’s decent into oblivion began. In 44BC, seeing the damage Caesar’s tyranny and reforms, three men removed Caesar from power by the method of the day. History moves faster …

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The Candidate Who Doesn’t Want You to Know Her

Reading Time: 2 minutesPolitical candidates want to meet everyone. “If people would just meet me,” they say, “they’ll realize I’m a regular  . . .” guy/gal/tea partier/whatever.  This seems a good thing—willing to stand before the voters and be judged. Missouri’s State Auditor, Susan Montee might want to keep her name, her history, and her record out of …

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Drowning Beauty

Reading Time: 1 minutesSomeday I’ll write more – much more – on this.  But it’s important to remember what’s at stake in America, in the world, this election: beauty. Totalitarian regimes despise beauty.  They bury it in palaces where the rulers roam, their cancerous eyes raking over someone’s masterpiece the way raw sewage pollutes a clear stream after …

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