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.

Sunday, June 1, 2008

New Issue Up!!

It's the first of the month, and we all know what that means. Yes, it means the newest isue of Common Conservative is up with nine brand-new pieces of wisdom from the boss's cadre of conservative thinkers.

(As always, this piece will remain at the top of the page for the next 24 hours, so scroll down for any newer posts.)

The Boss starts us off on a subject that's been the talk of the town for months. Namely, who will play second fiddle to the top of the ticket guys.

Larry Simoneaux "casually observes" that the current dress of kids and yound aduilts nowadays -- the thuggish, slacker look -- needs to go. It's not only ridiculous, but the clothes are supposed to make the man. If all you can do is imitate rappers and other thugs, you're really not all you think you are.

Patrick Shanahan is still on hiatus, so if you haven't cracked his archives, we invite you to give them a try.

Marcie and I try to explain why this election is important, and why it should be important to voters this year. We also have a correction to make. It was noted in our 5 May article that we were incorrect in stating that the Supreme Court ruled that partial-birth abortion was ruled unconstitutional. That is not correct. In fact, the Supreme Court upheld the federal ban on partial-birth abortions. So while we might have been correct in what we meant, we were incorrect in how it was worded. Our apologies.

JJ Jackson discusses this so-called "sucky" economy that "experts" have been claiming is in a recession for moths. Color them surprised when the numbers just don't add up the way they thought they would.

Doug Patton points out the mistake that California voters made in enacting their marriage amendment; one that had it not occurred, four insolent judges wouldn't have trumped the will of the people.

John Lillpop initiates a scathing critique of John McCain. WE'll note to readers that he is entitled to his opinion. We respect it, and have taken it under consideration. (We're not Democrats. therefore we're not ostriches.)

Chris Adamo talks about Rush Limbaugh's "Operation: Chaos," which has had the Left's knickers in a twist for months now.

Warner Todd Huston let's the world know what he thinks of their opinions regarding our election. (To surmise it succinctly, "Frankly my dear. I don't give a damn.)

Ralph Reiland takes columnists to task over their faux-outrage over Hillary's Clinton's statements that were presented as being "racist" in some way. Hint to the columnists out there, it ain't racism if you're telling the truth, and that's what she did.

Enjoy reading!!

Publius II


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