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.

Friday, April 17, 2009

New Issue Up!!!

It's that time of the month where the boss publishes the newest issue of Common Conservative, and waits patiently for you regular readers to enjoy the fruits of our hard work.

Speaking of the boss, he kicks off this issue with a piece on tax sanity in the Obama administration. Of course, we're not too sure if they have any sanity left.

Larry Simoneaux talks up a situation that many families are dealing with right now in the economic downturn -- kids that are forced to move back in with their parents. For some, like Larry, it's not bad having the kids back at home, and it's a reminder that parents will always be parents.

Patrick Shanahan is still on hiatus, and so are Marcie and I this time around. Sorry folks, but we needed a break.

John Lillpop kicks off the guest columns with a piece on Barry's pirate dilemma.

Harold Witkov put together a nice, neat, and short piece on Barry's "passover diplomacy," and no, I'm not referring to the holiday of Passover.

JJ Jackson touches on a subject that Marcie and I have had discussions about lately, and it's the sort of discussion that squishy people recoil from.

Doug Patton takes on the utterly ridiculous decision by the Iowa state supreme court to redefine marriage so that homosexuals can marry.

Ralph Reiland slaps around Lula for his stupid comment about the economic crisis being the fault of "white people with blue eyes."

And Dr. Robert Owens provides a much-needed and uplifting piece about life, in general.

Have fun reading, folks.

Publius II


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