Monthly Archives: September 2010

An Open Letter to Michael Steele

Dear Chairman Steele: As we approach what is without doubt the most crucial General Election in the history of our great country, I find myself becoming more and more what might be called an “existential” Republican.  In other words, like … Continue reading

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Mr. Obama, Meet Ms. Everywoman

On Tuesday, September 14, representative government was reaffirmed in the State of Delaware.  After forty-five years feeding at the public trough, all the while masquerading as a Republican, career politician Mike Castle was defeated in his bid to move up … Continue reading

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Integrating the Congressional Black Caucus

In a recent letter to a group of his conservative friends, Rev. Wayne Perryman, of Seattle, described a conversation he had with one of his sons.  His son wanted to know what he thought would happen after Obama leaves office.  … Continue reading

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