Tag Archives: politics

Help us to Dump Tisei

(What’s that?  At home on Saturday Night reading RMG with nothing to do?  Sign up to Dump Tisei! – promoted by Cool Cal) On Nov. 24, 2009, Charlie Baker made a personal decision that could affect not only his political future, but the future of the Republican Party in Massachusetts. Mr. Baker chose Sen. Richard Tisei (R-Wakefield) as his running…

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Bill Safire is no longer with us

A libertarian conservative of the first rank and a delight to read on any subject, William Safire has shed his mortal coil. I hope he does not mind the use of the cliche. He was a college dropout and proud of it, a public relations go-getter who set up the famous Nixon-Khrushchev “kitchen debate” in Moscow, and a White House…

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NY Times Op-Ed: The nation is moving left

You may not agree with Mark Mellman’s piece in the New York Times today but the center-right shouldn’t ignore his message. For more than 25 years, three core questions have animated our political discourse:

• What should be the role of government?

• Should moral absolutism or moral relativism guide our actions?

• Should our foreign policy primarily pursue unilateral…

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Obama Attempts To Undercut Iraq Success

(Can someone please Barack he’s not the President… – promoted by Cool Cal) In what can only be described as a self serving plot to secure his own presidential victory , Barack Obama pleaded with Iraqi government officials to delay U.S. troop withdrawals until after the November elections. Today’s New York Post reports: While campaigning in public for a…

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