Air Force flyboy Jay at Stop The ACLU has blogged about a worthy cause for our men and women in uniform called Project Valour IT. Here’s what it’s about: Project Valour-IT, in memory of SFC William V. Ziegenfuss, provides voice-controlled laptop computers to wounded Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines recovering from hand and arm injuries […]
Check out this ad released by the Rep. Heather Wilson (R-NM) campaign against her Democratic opponent, NM Attorney General Patricia Madrid. RCP has that race as a toss up with Madrid currently up by three in the latest poll, but after that ad, Wilson may see a significant swing in her direction in the coming […]
Excellent! Former Prince George’s County executive Wayne K. Curry, backed by five black members of the Prince George’s County Council, today endorsed Republican Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele’s campaign for the U.S. Senate. Mr. Curry, a Democrat who became the first black Prince George’s county executive in 1994, and served two terms, is influential in […]
Enjoy, ya’ll! Will be back later this evening to blog some.
Michelle Malkin details the falling circulation numbers of (mostly) liberal newspapers across the country. The one major-metro paper that had circulation numbers increase across the six month period used in the Audit Bureau of Circulations FAS-FAX report? The NY Post This is an encouraging sign that Americans are fighting back against the widespread liberal media […]
The first time around it was Nutroots activist and Lamont supporter, far lefty blogger Jane Hamsher. We have another instance of this type of asinine and juvenile behavior happening today. Blue Crab Boulevard has the details of the latest instance of a far left blogger thinking it’s funny and entirely appropriate to create and post […]
Scott aka the Blogging Caesar at Election Projection has up his latest projections for House and Senate races, and – all things considered – they don’t look too bad for the GOP. Of course, anything can happen between now and then, so keep that in mind as you view the numbers. I think Harold Ford, […]