Those that know me know that I am not a fan of Wikileaks. I am in full favor of the beat down of Julian Assange and fully believe the guy is a traitor to allied nations in the war against terror. And while in advance of the most recent leaks, I obviously wouldn’t have supported […]Continue Reading →
Originally published at The Daily Caller.
Yesterday Melissa Clouthier, whom many of you know as @MelissaTweets on Twitter, wrote a post about the “needless division between social cons and fiscal cons.” Clouthier believes that the 60 additional GOP congressmen and six additional GOP senators are already finding areas within the […]Continue Reading →
Today is a great day for Conservatives. There is a weariness in our souls that has somewhat dissipated. But something has been troubling me for some time now, and I think that it is important that we all take a minute to find some perspective.
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Originally published at DigitalSociety.
Mashable posted a story late in the day on Wednesday about Facebook spending $6,600 lobbying against a social networking bill in California. The California bill, which can be found here, was set to make it illegal for any social networking site user from the state of […]Continue Reading →
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I've worked in politics for roughly 15 years in one form or another. I also know about other stuff too, but this space is tiny. I'm a native of Atlanta, student at Dallas Theological Seminary, graduate of FSU, life long UGA fan, video game lover, gym rat, Star Wars aficionado, follower of HaShem, and a Conservative-Libertarian. Work here is my own.