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Thursday, May 15, 2008

New Issue Up!!!

Today is the 16th of May, and that means that Mr. Lindaman has published his magazine Common Conservative, and it is awaiting your attention. I will give you a rundown of who is what this issue in a second, but first the reminder.

This post will remain at the top of the page until tomorrow. If there are any newer posts, they will be below this one so scroll down.

Mr. Lindaman begins this issue with a piece on the group of nuts that intend on "recreating" the chaos of the 1968 Democrat convention this year.

Mr. Simoneaux discusses racism, and explains why those who spout racist rants should simply be ignored.

Mr. Shanahan is still on hiatus, but feel free to check out his archives here.

Thomas and I decided to try something new, and we go over ten questions about the election thus far.

Starting off the guest portion is Thomas with his take on an extraordinarily foolish speech given by Gordon Brown which calls on America to cast aside her Declaration of Independence.

Richard Parker Robison is next, and he recounts a meeting with a "terror boss" from his CIA days; he also explains that these are the ones we are hunting now.

Ralph Reiand is next and he explains that a recent uptick in violence in Chicago may have something to do with the Jeremiah Wright flap that has been going on now for some time.

J.J. Jackson discusses Senator Clinton's predilection for embellishment, and he nails her on her recent remarks pertaining to OPEC.

John Lillpop has a short, sweet, and to-the-point piece on why Howard Dean should be seen as the feckless buffoon he is.

And, closing out this issue is Robert Meyer who reviews Ben Stein's new movie "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed."

As always we do hope you enjoy reading these fine writers, and that you come away with some critical thinking regarding what you're read.



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