Tag: 2024 Election

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I am tired of writing about Donald J. Trump, who has had an awful month. At least since November 8th, when many of his anointed and endorsed candidates either underperformed or lost their elections. But here we go again. Some things need to be said. Again. And probably not for the last time. Sigh. Some […]

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It’s been nearly two weeks since the status quo elections of 2022 that disappointed Republicans but gave Democrats little to cheer for other than a sigh of relief. It is huge that Democrats kept control of the Senate. They will continue to stack the judiciary with hard-left judges for two more years. Pray for the […]

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Let’s Turn and Burn!

 

This video is Gov. DeSantis’ latest campaign ad. What I loved about it is that he shows that he doesn’t always take himself so seriously and is also willing to tell the truth. The ad itself is just under a minute, so if you don’t want the commentary about the Democrats, you are obviously welcome to skip it.

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Okay, there’s been a lotta Liz Cheney back and forth lo these last few days. Some fer, some agin’. A lot of Ricochet rancor back and forth in the comments. People getting all riled. But I want to take this outside the universe we live in, to a parallel world, much like our own., but […]

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Not Now, Glenn

 

On our first Sunday, after my wife and I moved back to Virginia in late December 2020, we joined friends at their church. It just so happened that the long-standing warden at McLean’s non-denominational Holy Trinity Church was stepping down that day. We were asked if we’d like to meet him.

His name was Glenn Youngkin. “He’s getting ready to run for governor,” my friends said. I was mildly surprised, since I’d never heard of the former Carlyle Group CEO, despite his being one of the most successful business people in the country.

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Former Texas Congressman Will Hurd is contemplating a run at the presidency in 2024. The vast majority of Americans will have this reaction, and those who don’t have that reaction will have this reaction. But ‘The Atlantic‘ thinks Hurd may have found a winning “post-partisan” political formula of moderate Republicanism; ignoring the culture wars; and vowing […]

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