Hamilton, Madison, and Jay

This blog is devoted to a variety of topics including politics, current events, legal issues, and we even take the time to have some occasional fun. After all, blogging is about having a little fun, right?

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.

Sunday, December 16, 2007

New Issue Up!!

It's the 16 of the month, and we all know what that means. That's right, the new issue of Common Conservative is on the stands, and awaiting anxious eyes.

The Chief kicks this issue off with a bang of a column on the Christmas season and why we should be focusing our time on those around us, rather the perfect gift.

Patrick Shanahan gives his thoughts on religion and politics, and needless to say, neither are compatible.

Larry Simoneaux offers up some holiday cheer on on every subject we deal with under the sun. (Trust me, read it. You'll giggle.)

Marcie and I discuss Mitt Romney's recent speech on faith. (What? You expected less?)

Our guest writers start off with us! No, no kidding here. (The chief chose them, folks.) But we do address the disingenuine Democrats in their feigning ignorance over waterboarding when they knew about it from the start.

Nancy Salvato talks about defense, freedom, and a DailyKosKiddie lostint he wilderness.

Sharon Hughes talks about Jews and Christians, and the similarities we share nowadays.

John Lillpopand asks an important question with regard to a PC Nativity ... "What if the ACLU had been around in 0000?"

J.J Jackson talks about the sub-prime in this season where the housing bubble is being shown for the sham that it is.

Carey Roberts explains the problems the Democrats have had in their "divide-and-conquer mentality.

And be sure to peruse 1 January's issue as the staff hand out the annual Common Conservative awards for 2007. If you thought the staff columns were hard on some ninnies in politics, wait until we start throwing the awards around.

Have a Merry Christmas everyone, from all of us, to all of you.

Publius II


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