Friday, November 10, 2006


Howard Dean is right for the Democrats. Please go away, James Carville.

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Thursday, November 09, 2006

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Thank You Howard Dean!

Howard Dean's 50-State Strategy is making a big difference now, and will only get better with time. We can already see beltway Democrats scrambling to try to get a piece of the credit.

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Saturday, November 04, 2006

I Approved This Message

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Thursday, November 02, 2006

Bush v. Kerry Redux

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Frank Schaeffer: I should be supporting Allen.
Instead, I'm leaving the party.

I'm a Christian, a writer, a military parent and a registered Republican.

On all those counts, I was disgusted by an e-mail I just received that's being circulated by campaign supporters of Republican George Allen, who's trying to retain his Senate seat in Virginia.

The message goes like this: "First, it was the Catholic priests, then it was Mark Foley, and now Jim Webb, whose sleazy novels discuss sex between very young teenagers. ... Hmmm, sounds like a perverted pedophile to me! Pass the word that we do not need any more pedophiles in office."

Democrat James Webb is a war hero and former Marine, wounded in Vietnam and winner of the Navy Cross. He was writing about class and military issues long before me and has articulated the issue of how the elites have dropped the ball on military service in his classic novel Fields of Fire. By the way, that's a book Tom Wolfe calls "the greatest of the Vietnam novels."

Mr. Webb's son is a Marine in Iraq. That's an uncommon fact in this era in which most political leaders' children act as if it is only right and proper that it's someone else's war to fight.

Mr. Webb also happens to be running against a desperate opponent supported by people who circulated the stupid e-mail, something that reminds me of a 2000 smear campaign aimed at another war hero, John McCain.

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Maybe he'll start a movement. I figure he might want a button.


And here's one for those of you who never were a Republican.


Wednesday, November 01, 2006

A Woman's Place

is in the house . . . of Bishops.

(Repost in honor of Saturday's investiture) - Check out Renee in Ohio's post for much more on this.

Kudos to the Episcopal Church for electing Katharine Jefferts Schori as their new Presiding Bishop, making her "the first female head of an Anglican denomination anywhere in the world." (BBC Profile)

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A tip of the pen to Renee in Ohio
Howard-Empowered People for
the bumpersticker idea.

Here's another:

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(Crossposted at maTREEarchy)