Daily Archives: February 7, 2012

Catholic Vote’s ad targeting Catholic legislators who may support O’s assault on the first amendment

Sue Myrick won’t seek re-election

U.S. Rep. Sue Myrick, a Republican who has represented North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District since 1995, has announced that she won’t seek another term in office: Myrick is the third member of the Tar Heel congressional delegation to pass on a re-election bid this year, the other two being Democrats Heath Shuler and Brad Miller.Continue Reading

Frack Nation

The producers of Mine Your Own Business and Not Evil Just Wrong are planning to launch a new production. This one to expose the truth about fracking. Here’s their summary and their plea.

New developments in the Kinston nonpartisan election legal battle

Writing for National Review Online’s blog “The Corner,” Hans von Spakovsky of the Heritage Foundation offers an update on the lawsuit involving Kinston’s attempt to convert partisan municipal elections into nonpartisan contests. DOJ won the lawsuit at the federal district court, with a judge ruling that Section 5 was still constitutional more than 45 yearsContinue Reading

You might be a progressive if…

…your definition of pro choice does not include the right to choose to live your life and allocate your resources according to your own religious convictions.

The End of Cats

This article poses the question what would happen if all cats (pets and strays) in the world suddenly died? Besides dogs being pleased, I’d imagine that the world would actually be harmed because cats are great predators. The article confirms this, explaining how important cats are to controlling the rodent population. Then of course there’sContinue Reading

Keep the Con Law profs out of the Oval Office — please

Gene Healy argues in this Examiner article that we’d be better off if we kept politicians who taught Constitutional Law out of the Oval Office. Three of the four presidents who fit into that category (Wilson, Clinton and Obama, although his claim to have been a con law prof at the University of Chicago isContinue Reading

What happens to Perdue’s $2 million campaign war chest?

NBC-17 News reports: