September 2010

In The News
Sep

 

By Steve Schale

Charlie Crist will not be Florida's next United States Senator.

In a year where most predictions are downright silly, I am very confident in that one. When Kendrick Meek won last Tuesday, with his victory went Charlie Crist...

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01
2010
In The News
Sep

 

Democratic Governor Ted Strickland still trails his Republican challenger, John Kasich, by eight points in his bid for reelection in Ohio.

The latest Rasmussen Reports statewide telephone survey of Likely Voters shows Kasich picking up 47% support...

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01
2010
Faith & Freedom Blog
Sep

At 8:46 a.m. on September 11, 2001, I was pouring a cup of coffee in the break room of my office when my wife called. She was watching cable news and reported that apparently a small plane had hit the World Trade Center in New York city. I turned on the television set moments after the second plane hit the south tower. I instantly knew this was no accident.

The most memorable thing about that day is I had friends who were with...

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09
2010
In The News
Sep

 

By George Will

KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C.

The libretto of this operatic election season, understandably promoted by Democrats and unsurprisingly sung by many in the media, is that Republicans have sown the seeds of November...

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09
2010
In The News
Sep

 

By Eric Marrapodi

Washington (CNN)

Ralph Reed beamed in the back corner of the colonial ballroom at Washington, DC's Mayflower Hotel as Republican Congressman Lynn Westmoreland spoke. Reed clapped the loudest as...

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10
2010