Hamilton, Madison, and Jay

This blog is devoted to a variety of topics including politics, current events, legal issues, and we even take the time to have some occasional fun. After all, blogging is about having a little fun, right?

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.

Monday, February 16, 2009

New Issue Up!!!

It's the 16th of the month, and despite the fact we're on vacation, we still have a job to do. What's that job, you ask. Well, DUH! To let you guys know that the current issue of Common Conservative is up and waiting for you guys. Sheesh, if we can remind you guys on our vacation, the least you can do is go and peruse some of the lesser-known, but no less brilliant minds on our side of the aisle.

The Chief kicks off this issue by addressing the REAL bipartisan efforts for the Obama/Pelosi/Reid Pork-A-Palooza, "Generational Theft Act."

Larry Simoneaux reminds us all about tough times, and what it used to take to make do. It's a stellar reminder of what we all may have to do to "make do" in the near future.

Marcie and I break down this Pork-A-Palooza, and place it in the historical context of times gone by, and lessons still not learned.

Ralph Reiland looks at the stumbles out the door by President Barry, and his three ring circus; also referred to as his administration.

Doug Patton keeps this issue on track with a piece on the stimulus bill, and some of the things missed by the average person, like a invasion of privacy, of sorts. (For those that missed this, start with the oversight on health care, and work your way through the bill.)

J.J. Jackson places the moniker of "greed" on the right party, and like us, cites the Pork-A-Palooza as the primary source right now for them quenching their greedy little natures.

John Lillpop takes Senator Chuck "Schmuckie" Schumer to task over his condescending comments to those of us in the "chattering class."

David Rusher,/li> slaps conservatives in the face with a reminder about one issue we should all be pursuing in 2010. It deals with the family folks, which is an integral part of our base that can't afford to be neglected. (The Democrats already take it for granted, and wish to see it destroyed. We can't afford to let them succeed.)

And Dr. T. R. Morris explains fascism, and why it's not just a definition for an obscure word. It's a reality, and even nations like our own could fall prey to it depending on who's in charge.

Enjoy reading, and don't worry. We got everyone covered with souvenirs. See you tomorrow, and remember that this post will stay atop the page for the next 24 hours. Any newer posts will be below this one.

Publius II


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