Hamilton, Madison, and Jay

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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.

Friday, February 1, 2008

New Issue Up!!!

It's the first of the month, and you all know what that means. Yep, the newest issue of Common Conservative is up and awaiting your perusal. (Note to readers ... this post will remainat the top of the page through tomorrow, so scroll down for any new posts.)

The Chief kicks us off with his accurate view that the media sucks in covering this election.

Patrick Shanahan talks about the internal dogfight for the Reagan mantle amongst Republican contenders.

Larry Simoneaux is talking to God this time around. (Man, I need one of them cellphones!)

And Marcie and I deal with who stands to gain with the departure of Fred Thompson.

Chris Adamo kicks off the guest columnists with a reminder of the folly that Roe v. Wade has given us. Fifty million lives lost is hardly a bragging point for feminists.

John Lillpop givers us some thoughts on the State of the Union address.

Frank Salvato discusses "RINOs" and what would Reagan do with them. (Can we start by taking committee assignments when they wander into traffic?)

Carolyn Hileman is alos discussing the Reagan legacy, and is rather perturbed that some candidates have declared the age of Reagan over. (We're with her on that point.)

Selwyn Duke discusses the self-destructive behavior of the Democrats in their current race and identity political games on the campaign trail.

JJ Jackson talks about economics in the way that can be understood by all, including adolescent Democrats impersonating adults.

Have fun reading, folks. You won't regret it.

Publius II


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