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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

New Issue Up!!!

Happy New Year to one and all, and welcome to the first issue of 2009 of Common Conservative. As is tradition, the staff is handing out it's official Common Conservative Awards so be sure to check that out and see if any of your favorite turkeys showed up to collect their prizes. But the awards aren't the only thing to check us out for. No, we still have work to do. So, without further adieu ...

The Chief hands out much-needed New Year's resolutions for others. Believe me, they may want to take heed of them.

Larry Simoneaux is back from hiatus with an update on what's been going on with him. Don't worry, he's really back. He just needed a break.

Marcie and I focus on the Rod Blagojevic scandal, and highlight an aspect of it we think a few people have overlooked. Trust us, this thing stinks to high heaven, but not for all the reasons cited thus far.

And Patrick Shanahan is still on hiatus. We wish him a belated Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

The Chief kicks off the guest columns wit a book review. The book is "A Primer for Conservative Activism" by RD Cook. Based on the review, this is a must for our expanding library.

Ray McClendon explains how one man really did change the world.

Tom Adkins makes a triumphant return to Common Conservative and talks about Obama being a tax-cutter. (Yeah right, we'll believe it when we see it.) but he is right that if Obama does that, he could be hailed as an economic hero.

Ralph Reiland brings to light that the hard-Left Obama supporters aren't too pleased with his Cabinet picks and reneged upon promises of "hope" and "change."

Karen Williams discusses how rushed judgment in our legal system could lead to innocent people landing in jail.

And Lou Ann Anderson finishes up this issue with a topic many of us should take note of. "Predators" using the legal system to seize property from the dead, disabled, or incapacitated all in the name of fattening their wallets.

That's it for this issue. We'll see you there again on the 16th. And remember that this post will stay at the top of the page for the next 24 hours.

Publius II

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wishing you a Happy New Year! Have a good one.

December 31, 2008 at 6:04 PM  

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