Where does Barack Obama stand on Iraq? Well, we could just ask him. But, make sure you take note of the date, time and wind direction if you do!
In an amazingly unbelievable revelation to us all, we have been presented today with evidence that Jesse Jackson may, indeed, be a hypocrite. As hard as that may be to believe, once the shock wears off, read more at FoxNews.com. read more »
If there is one area of focus that John McCain should be given undeniable praise on, it would be his push for the surge strategy in Iraq. It was upon adopting his proposed military strategy that we were, finally, able to begin taking control of the situation on the ground. read more »
I wondered how long it would be before we got another dose of how the likes of Jesse Jackson (and other black "leaders") feel about Obama. Last year we had Jackson saying things like Obama was "acting white", guys like Sharpton indicating that he didn't have "real" black roots, etc.. Well now, thanks to an open mic at Fox News, we've got this from Jackson: read more »
The U.S. Senate has passed an update to the nation's FISA laws by a margin of 69-28, which finally brings the 30-year-old standards for electronic surveillance into the 21st century. See the story at FoxNews.com. read more »
... after he reversed his position on Iraq policy, that is. Could this be Election '08's version of 'I reversed my position on Iraq before I was for reversing that position on Iraq'?
In what is turning out to be an almost daily event, Barack Obama announced today that he may have an upcoming policy revision on another major national issue. read more »
Given that we're about to celebrate our Country's birthday, it's fitting to note that a great number of Democrats, in fact half of Obama's supporters, don't support the Constitution "as-is". read more »
Well, it seems now that Obama's doing a little backpedaling on the gay marriage thing. After having tripped up the other day by trying to woo evangelicals with talk about faith-based programs at the same time it came out that he sent a letter opposing the marriage amendment in California, his spokesperson is in full spin-mode. From the NY Times: read more »
This is just too good to be true. From Dave Brody:
Barack Obama may be talking up his Christian faith like he's doing today in Ohio and trying his best to appeal to Evangelicals with a "new kind of politics", but he's got a problem. Many of his positions are the same liberal positions that have turned off Evangelicals for years.