President Bush used his veto pen for only the third time in his Administration to veto federal support for expanded embryonic stem cell research. The President stated: “Congress has sent me a bill that would overturn this policy. If this legislation became law, it would compel American taxpayers — for … Continue reading
By being dedicated to facts, Practical Politics and Practical Political Analysis it found it’s own voice. Continue reading
I’m loathe to bring this up again, but the ongoing skirmish between Pamela and Ron Chusid of the ineptly named “Liberal Values” blog continues to degrade Pamela, this blog, and by association, those of us who us who post here. Chusid has been gunning for Pamela and DD following his … Continue reading
The wife of Army Spec. Alex Jimenez, that has been missing since his unit was attacked on May 12th, may be deported because she entered the U.S. in 2001 illegally. They married in 2004, and he requested a green card for her, and that put her on the radar of … Continue reading
In a surprising development (on the face of it at least), quite some Republicans are siding with Senator Barack Obama: There is an interesting phenomenon that has arisen over the last few months: a trend of moderate Republicans who want to vote for Barack Obama. It may seem counterintuitive, conservatives … Continue reading
A fun quiz: the Political Compass. Take it and let me know where you stand. My results: Economic Left/Right: 3.25 Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -1.95 H/t Patrick Edaburn.