Hamilton, Madison, and Jay

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Location: Mesa, Arizona, United States

Who are we? We're a married couple who has a passion for politics and current events. That's what this site is about. If you read us, you know what we stand for.

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

New Column Up!!

It's the first of the month, and that means the new issue of Common Conservative is up, and awaiting your perusal with baited breath. As always this post will remain at the top of the page for the next 24 hours, so scroll down for newer posts done by either of us.

He is the editor-in-chief and that's why we always start with him (it never hurts to brown-nose the boss, and it helps keep our jobs intact). The boss is talking about the Democrats and their debate fatigue. Given the recent scheme hatched over an open mike by Hillary and Edwards of shutting the other candidates out of the debates, it doesn't sound liek they're too fatigued at all.

We don't have to suck up to Patrick Shanahan, but we do because he's a good writer. This time around, he's talking about the "bell curve," and no, that isn't a slam on a certain Democrat candidate's ankles.

There's no need to kiss up to Larry Simoneaux because he always puts us to shame with his humor. His newest piece revolves around a term we conservatives are all sick of hearing. For the last time, you moonbats, we're not Nazis!

Marcie and I deal with a dilemma plaguing the GOP right now, and one that's completely their own fault. That's their poor fundraising numbers, and some steps they may choose to take to raise the funds coming in for candidates. And much to their chagrin, it involves targeting those needing to be sent home unemployed on BOTH sides of the aisle.

J. B. Williams kicks off the guest columnists with his take on the CNN/YouBoo, er, Tube debate.

Nina May follows him up with a column about the hypocrisy of certain people. We're not naming names, but Robert Byrd gets hit between the eyes in her piece.

Jack Ward touches on the pitiful record of Congress, thus far. (And yes, I'm using "pitiful loosely. Pi$$-poor would be a better description.)

Doug Patton is talking bipartisanship with the most unlikeliest of sources in Dianne Feinstein. (Hey, we don't like her much either, but if she can help get Ramos and Compean released from prison, more power to her. Hey, we'll even buy her a new quidditch broom if she can help out.)

Chris Adamo levels the boom on the fifth column in America that has continued to leave us vulnerable -- wide-open, blind, deaf, and dumb -- to our enemies abroad.

Last, but certainly not least, Peary Perry addresses a sham that sounds good ont he exterior, but it's a bigger ponzi scheme than global warming. Read it. Trust me. And if you see your state pull this garbage, grab the torches and pitchforks.

Each of us work hard on these pieces (some of us make it look easier than most give us credit for), so enjoy them. These are the voices of a fresh, new generation of conservatism.

Publius II


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