Tuesday, July 19, 2005

RedState.org on the Roberts nomination

Who are Roberts' enemies?

By his enemies, you will know him.

If PFAW is against him, he can't be all bad.

WinRock out as Arkansas gubernatorial candidate

OK, this really sucks.

Win Rockefeller drops out of Arkansas governor's race

Possible leukemia? Man, this really sucks. I like WinRock. He is truly a stand-up guy. Not your typical, two-faced pol, but someone who just wants to try to help.

I can vote for Asa Hutchinson. But I may not be as enthusiastic about it. I can be convinced, however.

Give me a call, Asa. Let's bat it about.

Monday, July 11, 2005

Re: Judicial nominations

A Judge With No Agenda.

John Leo puts it much better than I could regarding the increasingly nasty political fights over judges. If judges wouldn't render political decisions, instead leaving them to the political branches of government, then nominations wouldn't be such a political brouhaha.

The Democrats are directly responsible. They are the ones who have single-mindedly worked to have their liberal agenda foisted on an unsuspecting, and largely unwilling, public. They knew darn well that, if left to voters to approve of such, that their radical, socialist agenda would go down in flames like so many Hindenburgs.

Hi, all!

Just got back from a week's holiday at the lake. Quite refreshing. We had The Boy 2d's birthday party on Saturday. What a hoot! Sea-Doo rides for the kids, hitting golf balls to the island (more often into the lake), tube rides, hot dogs and cake, the works. Pretty big day for a 4-year-old.

Now back to the grind.

Friday, July 01, 2005

Justice O'Connon retires

Justice Sandra Day O'Connor aanounced her retirement from the SCOTUS today and the folks over at DU have got their knickers all in a twist. Have a giggle here, here, and here (careful, DUers are inveterate users of vulgarity, so hide the children and old ladies).

Frankly, anything that gets liberals' knickers in a twist makes me smile. Their use of hyperbole knows no limits. Even Chicken Little would look at liberals and say, "Gee, over-react much?"