Spring Cleaning

Porcupine received this email from his friend Wild Bill, who writes the blog Passionate America: Alright I am starting the Fantasy Republican League so we can go ahead and get all the conservative we secretly hate out of the party. Go here to add your picks to the list: While We Are Cleaning House Who Else Needs To Be Ejected…

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The Two Faces of RMG

(Let’s discuss – promoted by Patrick) Red Mass Group turns a big 17 days old today and already some trends are starting to develop on this blossoming page.  As I see it, there are two faces of RMG that are starting to emerge.  One face that is people who are here with a sincere interest in trying to rebuilding the…

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My CPAC Roundup

(Good place to ask questions about CPAC – promoted by Patrick) For the second year in a row, I was proud to be part of the Massachusetts Alliance of College Republicans  attendees at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington D.C. for the past few days. While the funding for the 2008 elections will come primarily from the older crowd,…

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A century and a half later, McClellan influences another war

(This is a brilliant piece of comparative journalism! – promoted by Peter Porcupine) Transcript of  remarks on “Meet the Press” appearance by Michigan Senator George B. McClellan, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, as conveyed by telegraph from NBC’s Washington bureau … Tim Russert (voiceover intro): our issues this Sunday … staggering carnage on the battlefield … rioting in…

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The GOP Dean?

Do you know who has the most Myspace friends among the Republican candidates for President? Not McCain, nor Guliani…or Romney. It’s a little known Congressman from Texas named Ron Paul, or “Dr. No” as he is called in Congress. Here is a little background on the Doc: Against Globalization – yes.
Eliminate Income Tax – yes.
Supports All Human…

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ACLU trying to revive the Frank amendment

I was troubled to read that the American Civil Liberties Union filed papers, Feb. 23, 2007, at the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, to strike down the previously restored ideological exclusion clause in the Immigration Act. The exclusion clause was also struck down by the 1989 Frank amendment, a law that was named after its author Rep. Barney Frank. The…

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