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.

Thursday, November 1, 2007

New Issue Up!!

It's the first of the month, and you all know what that means. Yes, yes, your favorite site and ours has put up a bevy of new columns from some of the best and brightest conservative thinkers on the 'Net. The new issue of Common Conservative is up, and it's just waiting for readers to toddle on over and take a gander at the issues covered this time around.

(As always this post will remain at the top of the page for the next 24 hours. Any newer posts will be below this one, so scroll down for updates.)

The "Chief" kicks us off with his opinions regarding prognostications for 2008.

Patrick Shanahan talks baseball, and it's ending. (As a Cubs fan, I can relate.)

Larry Simoneaux takes a whimsical trek through the issue of jobs. Yes, jobs. Trust me, you can relate to this one.

And Marcie and I call the UN to the stand, and level a serious indictment against this organization for all of it's corrupt deals, misuse of funds and support, and it's consistent covering up for dictators and thugs.

Our guests this issue include Paul Ibbetson, who takes note of killing the messenger, especially when those living in the ostrich hole don't want the truth of the message published.

J.J. Jackson is back with his take on Saul Alinsky, and the simple fact that someone like Rush can do the job better than him.

Bob Parks makes a return with thoughts regarding Media Matters and the fact they're not the watchdog they proclaim to be. (It's tough to be a political hack, but the guys at Media Matters might give The New Republic a run for it's money.)

Peary Perry offers up some red meat on the fact that kids should be allowed to be, well, kids.

Doug Patton makes a repeat performance when he tackles the point the GOP should have been paying attention to in Louisiana. (Here's a hint for the GOP; it has to do with Bobby Jindal.)

And Major Allen Hahn rounds out this month's guests with an article on the idiocy of Pete Stark's recent comments.

Enjoy reading folks!

Publius II


Anonymous Anonymous said...

My compliments to Thomas and Marcie for an excellent article on the UN and warranted indictment thereof. It is indeed evil. I've followed the UN every since FDR proposed it. At first I supported it until Korea, the war we were told not to win. I've urged everyone to read the UN Agenda 21. It has everything in place to rule the world except a steady source of revenue and they are working on that. Evict the UN!

November 3, 2007 at 12:24 AM  

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