Hamilton, Madison, and Jay

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Saturday, January 31, 2009

New Issue Up!!!

Welcome to yet another edition of Common Conservative, and as the Obama years drag on, we're sure to be hearing more from some of the best and brightest, lesser known authors in the realm of conservatism.

The Chief licks off this issue with a column defending capitalism. Imagine that!

Larry Simoneaux talks about the heroics of the common man in recounting the US Air flight that was landed in the Hudson River after being struck by a flock of geese.

And Marcie and I give the new president a foreign policy briefing he won't forget.

Carolyn Hileman kicks off our guest authors by taking Nancy Pelosi to task for her attempted, feeble defense of the contraception pork in the Obama/Pelosi/Reid Pork-A-Palooza, Generational Theft Act of 2009.

John Lillpop serves up some red meat by reminding us there is a reason the animals were kept at Gitmo.

Doug Patton channels Ronald Reagan in reminding us about what makes America great.

Baron Bodissey enlightens readers to a gross miscarriage of justice regarding Geert Wilders and his film "Fitna."

JJ Jackson touches on a subject that any common sense American should sit up and take notice of -- the fact that way too many people are getting fed up with the expanse of government, and when the straw that breaks the camel's back is finally laid down, this nation is going to explode.

And Ralph Reiland tops off this issue with a look back at Cuba on it's fiftieth birthday, and reminds us that the great experiment in socialism is a dismal failure. (This is one we'll be e-mailing to Democrats on Capitol Hill just so they have a history lesson to reflect on.)

That's it for this issue. Enjoy reading!!

Publius II


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