This time they are warning us about a recent court ruling in Salt lake City that basically says if one group is allowed to display a monument in a park – e.g. a Ten Commandments monument – then any other group shoud also be allowed.
These opinions hold that managers of city parks may not make reasonable, content-based judgments regarding whether to allow the erection of privately-donated monuments in their parks. If they allow one private party to donate a monument or other permanent structure, judging it appropriate to […]Full Story... →
I just saw the Governor on TV talking about Blizzard ’08!
His recommendation: Stay home. Pop some popcorn. And watch a movie.
Here’s the view this morning from the front of my house…
and the snow is still coming down.
I guess I’ll take Ted’s advice. Fortunately I’ve got Red Dawn on the Tivo and a full bottle of bourbon.Full Story... →
I read in TheHill.com this morning about a Steve Chabot’s office breaking house rules related to using House resources for campaign purposes. No one else seems to have posted about it yet- so here it is…
The episode started when an aide at the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) sent an e-mail Friday to congressional staffers. The e-mail asked the GOP aides to send interns to the RNC to make phone calls for Jim Oberweis (R), who is running for former House Speaker Dennis Hastert’s (R-Ill.) vacated congressional seat in a special election Saturday.
“If you have interns […]Full Story... →
Wyoming Democrats are holding their caucuses today and it seems pretty likely that Barack Obama is going to win here, given the results of past caususes.
So far Barack Obama has won caucuses in Iowa, Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Minnesota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Washington, Maine and, of course, Texas.
Hillary Clinton won Nevada.
Pretty funny considering all of the early efforts of the Clinton campaign directed at caucus goers- like this video produced right before Iowa called “Caucusing is Easy”.
I think singing lessons would have been a lot cheaper – and much more effective – than this ad […]Full Story... →