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Saturday, March 1, 2008

New Issue Up!!!

Welcome to the First of March, and we all know what that means. The new issue of Common Conservative is on the virtual newstands and awaiting the eager readers.

Mr. Lindaman begins this issue with a compassionate look at Hillary Clinton's camapign. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, he says his straitjacket is comfortable.

Next, Patrick Shanahan talks about manipulating tragedy, which is something Democrats seem to have down pat, and he proves it with this piece.

Larry Simoneaux opines about DC v. Heller; the DC gun case slated to be determined by the hitgh court next month.

And finally, Thomas and I give a fitting tribute to the man most consider the "father of modern conservatism."

Mr. Lindaman gives another superb book review of "An Immodest Proposal for Ending and Winning the War on Terror" by Gene Lalor.

Jim Kouri gives his thoughts on the recent arrests made by the FBI of spies for the People's Republic of China. In short, they were spying on us, and got caught. Sounds vaguely familiar, only without the executive branch ties this time.

Doug Patton talks about hgis disappointment in John McCain's reaction to the New York Times hatchet job on him, and the improper relationship he supposedly, yet not proven, had with a lobbyist.

Christopher Adamo addresses John McCain's recent problems; namely that few conservatives are jumping to his side, but his supporters are willing to stab the party in the back to propel him to the White House. (For the record, we will support the man. We will vote for him. But we do not, in any way, shape, or form, like him.)

Warner Todd Huston relays his opinion regarding the Lancet study funded by George Soros that is accusing us of killing over 600,000 innocent Iraqis. And we thought Hillary was grasping at straw men.

And Carey Roberts wraps up our excelent guest columns with her commentary on one of the key demographics lost by the Clinton campaign, namely white men. While it is interesting to note that she lost the black vote long ago, and Obama has made inroads with female voters, he is now stealing her white male vote.

We hope you will all enjoy the fine and eloquent pieces for this issue. As always, this post will remain at the top of the page for the next twenty-four hours, so be sure to scroll down for any updates we may post on Saturday.



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