Hamilton, Madison, and Jay

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Monday, October 1, 2007

New Issue Up!!

It is the first of the month and the newest issue of Common Conservative has hit the 'Net, and is awaiting its readers.

(As always, this post will remain at the top of the page for the whole day, and should any other posts be put up here, they'll be below this one so scroll down.)

As always, we start off with the "Chief," and this issue he's talking about universal health care or what he calls the "seven deadly sins tax."

Staying on the issue of government, Patrick Shanahan talks about our divided government. It truly sounds like the vision the Founding Fathers had in mind.

Larry Simoneaux is talking about justice, which in his case isn't as speedy as it should have been. (Four years is a long time to wait for justice especially after the "alleged" has admitted his guilt.)

Marcie and I tackle the relations between Syria and North Korea, and the danger of such an alliance in the region. That should be most obvious given Syria's relations with Iran.

Kicking off our guest authors this issue is Jack Ward and he's talking about universal health care. Although, you get to the end, and his proposal makes more sense than the government getting into the health care business (not that we want the government involved in ANYTHING outside of their purview.)

Bob Park is discussing the faux-racism in the Jena Six case, and how "blaxploitation" is still going on in America by the race hustlers.

Doug Patton takes a look at Rudy Giuliani in the wake of the MoveOn.numbnuts ad against General Petraeus, and his recent attacks on Hillary Clinton for agreeing with the dark minions of the liberal establishment.

Carey Roberts takes note of the fact that the government isn't content with having it's nose in the marriage business, but now they want to prevent a few happy relationships from ever occurring, and not to give too much away, but it's all the fault of the feminists.

Carolyn Hileman gives us a taste of a parent's worst nightmare in this day and age.

And I have a solo column dealing with the drama that unfolded around former Duke law professor Erwin Chemerinsky and the University of California-Irvine.

Enjoy reading, folks!

Publius II


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