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  • Austin Tech Republicans

    05/11/2009 9:03:36 PM PDT · by WOSG · 21 replies · 624+ views
    May 11, 2009 | vanity
    You are invited to the inaugural meeting for Austin Tech Republicans, Thursday, May 14th. Austin Tech Republicans is a group of tech-savvy and online-active conservatives and Republicans; we are meeting to informally discuss and share progress on politics over lunch, centered on: - online activism, political blogging and use of social media and internet technology in politics - science and technology issues in politics - outreach to Austin high-tech community - general political issues of interest to us We're having our first "official" Austin Tech Republicans meeting this Thursday: Date/Time: May 14th, 11:30-1pm - plan to meet monthly, 2nd Thursday...
  • State of the Presidential Primary Race

    01/19/2008 8:01:50 PM PST · by WOSG · 73 replies · 214+ views
    The Travis Monitor | January 18, 2008 | The Travis Monitor
    John McCain has just won a narrow but crucial victory in South Carolina's GOP primary, winning 33% of the vote against Huckabee's 30%, and adding further clarity to a race that has been a bit topsy-turvy. Call it "The Comeback RINO, part two" - McCain played his cards well in this evangelical and military-retiree heavy state. Meanwhile, out west, Mitt Romney won a decisive 51% win in the Nevada caucus, taking along with it more delegates than were at stake in South Carolina. So where is the race now? Duncan Hunter has officially dropped out today. Fred Thompson, who staked...
  • Romney's Michigan Support

    01/13/2008 10:39:41 AM PST · by WOSG · 272 replies · 152+ views
    MSNBC ^ | January 11, 2008 | NBC/NJ's Erin McPike
    DETROIT, Mich. -- Romney's scooping up some support in Michigan heading into the home stretch before Tuesday's primary. One intriguing get is the support of Dennis Smith, who heads up the Information Network for Christian Homes, which has supported home-schoolers in the Wolverine State since 1984. Smith yesterday circulated a letter in the state supporting Romney and denouncing many of the Republican candidates, including McCain, and explained in detail the rationale for his thinking. Of McCain, Smith writes: "McCain has been wrong on issues like campaign finance reform and immigration, has an un-presidential nasty temper, and I just don't like...
  • Michigan GOP Primary Polls - Romney leads in two new polls

    01/12/2008 9:04:01 PM PST · by WOSG · 31 replies · 107+ views
    The poll of 400 likely Republican primary voters in Michigan was conducted by Mason-Dixon by telephone from Wednesday through Friday. The margin of error was plus or minus 5 percentage points. H/T to politico, who got the results of this McClatchy/MSNBC poll, conducted by Mason Dixon, to be released on SundayMcClatchy/MSNBC Michigan GOP Primary Mitt Romney 30%John McCain 22%Mike Huckabee 17%Fred Thompson 7% Rudy Giuliani 6%Ron Paul 5% The poll of 400 likely Republican primary voters in Michigan was conducted by Mason-Dixon by telephone from Wednesday through Friday. The margin of error was plus or minus 5 percentage points.
  • Romney Talks Taxes, Trade, and Energy Independence

    01/10/2008 8:19:52 PM PST · by WOSG · 18 replies · 161+ views
    U.S.News & World Report ^ | Dec 5, 2007 | James Pethokoukis
    A successful private-equity investor before he became governor of Massachusetts, presidential hopeful Mitt Romney claims a special expertise when it comes to economic issues. Business Editor James Pethokoukis chatted with Romney by phone yesterday evening as the candidate campaigned in New Hampshire. Since the Civil War, every presidential election with a recession has meant defeat for the incumbent party. If nominated, can you win in 2008 if we have an economic downturn? I actually think that in a setting like we have--where we face real competitive challenges, particularly from Asia and the weakened dollar and high energy prices--that people are...
  • Kill Bill II: The Vampire Strikes Back (Fight the Senate Immigration Bill - Just say NO to cloture!)

    06/17/2007 7:19:24 PM PDT · by WOSG · 302 replies · 13,690+ views
    various | June 17, 2007 | WOSG
    This is a links and activism-central thread to collect the information on the status and effort to defeat the Senate Immigration bill, especially the egregious Z visa amnesty program, in its second attempt at passage. The Vampire Strikes Back The nefarious back-room dealers in the US Senate announced on Thursday night that they were bringing the Senate Immigration bill, killed on a previous cloture vote, back from the dead. Senators are trolling for votes. The future of the UNITED STATES of AMERICA hangs in the balance as they try to drum up support for the sellout of the century. WILL...
  • This Immigration Bill is Built to Fail

    05/26/2007 6:03:10 PM PDT · by WOSG · 79 replies · 1,638+ views
    Travis Monitor | May 26, 2007 | Freedom's Truth
    The current immigration bill being considered by the Senate is so large, complex, and full of legalistic 'gotchas', that there is no telling what unintended consequences will flow from its passage. There is however one thing we can count on: It will not in way solve our immigration woes. To critics of the immigration bill, this bill will irredeemably change America for the worse through the instant create of a new underclass. Whether it is called amnesty or another name, giving blanket legalization and citizenship to the 12 to 20 million illegal immigrants here in this country is the most...
  • Swing District Analysis

    11/13/2006 6:18:22 PM PST · by WOSG · 39 replies · 1,263+ views
    NFRA Newsletter ^ | November 12, 2006 | Grover Norquist
    There are now 58 House Democrats elected in districts that voted for Bush in 2004. There are now only nine House Republicans elected in districts that voted for Kerry in 2004. Note the larger Bush Margins than Kerry margins. Those 58 Dem’s are in more difficult districts than the nine R’s. If in 2008 the R's only won those districts that performed 58% or more for Bush in 2004 they would pick up 18seats.If in 2008, the R's only win those districts that performed 55% or more for Bush in 2004, they would pick up 32 seats.Remember, when Bush won...
  • Eight reasons conservatives must vote on November 7th

    10/26/2006 4:26:18 PM PDT · by WOSG · 23 replies · 796+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | October 25, 2006 | Michael Medved
    Why People of Conscience Can’t Afford to Facilitate a Leftist Victory For months, we’ve been hearing about the sour mood of U.S, conservatives, with left-leaning activists and liberal commentators savoring (and promoting) the possibility that many of their opponents on the right will express their frustration by abandoning the GOP on November 7th. As Election Day approaches, however, the evidence accumulatesthat dissatisfied and restless Republicans have begun to come home, recoiling at the very real prospect of Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House and second in line to the Presidency. Nevertheless, those of us who travel in conservative circles...
  • The 2006 Alger Hiss Award - "Hissie" Nominations being Accepted!

    09/05/2006 3:58:53 PM PDT · by WOSG · 37 replies · 557+ views
    American Patriot Society ^ | 9/5/2006 | WOSG
    The Alger Hiss award is a distinguished award given by the American Patriot Society, a high-falutin' name given for a buch of people, which may include you, who happen to believe America is a great country and it's sovereignty and integrity is worth defending (thus, Bill Maher is not a member). The Alger Hiss award, or the Hissie, is given to that individual or individuals who have done the most in the past year to provide aid and comfort to America's enemies, foreign or domestic. The award is named after the highest-ranking American traitor in our history since Benedict Arnold,...
  • The Fundamental Principles of How The World Works

    07/09/2006 1:10:38 PM PDT · by WOSG · 120 replies · 2,729+ views
    WOSG
    What are the key principles that explain Mankind, Society and the Universe best? If you were to give a few general principles, easily stated, what would they be? I have been thinking of how to explain things simply to the next generation, ie my kids, and I have just been reading Bastiat's "The Law", a book that has clear and cogent thinking about how Government ought to work. Bastiat explained that Governments overstepped their bounds when they engaged in 'legalized plunder' which all forms of protectionism and socialism fall prey to, and that all errors in Governance flow from violation...
  • Courting Chaos: Senate Proposal Undermines Immigration Law

    05/21/2006 9:59:53 AM PDT · by WOSG · 31 replies · 682+ views
    Heritage foundation ^ | May 17, 2006 | Kris W. Kobach
    Purging the Immigration CourtsPresently, the U.S. has a talented and experienced group of immigration judges. With few exceptions, they are dedicated to enforcing the law and perform a difficult job well. Most serve for life.  The Committee’s bill would change all of that. After seven years, all immigration judges—including the current ones—would step down. And it seems (the provision is very poorly drafted) that their replacements would have to be attorneys with at least three years’ experience practicing immigration law. Who meets that requirement? The same immigration attorneys who currently represent aliens in the immigration courts. These attorneys are considered...
  • THE POINT OF DECISION

    10/31/2004 10:18:04 PM PST · by WOSG · 5 replies · 358+ views
    Liberating Iraq | October 31, 2004 | WOSG
    Within 72 hours, America faces the most important election choice in decades. Voters will determine where America and our civilization will go in the global war on terror and in leading the world. This election is about our fundamental national security and our nation's future. Why? WE ARE AT WAR. The central issue for America is terrorism; the central battlefield of terrorism today is in Iraq; and so the future of Iraq and the future of America is intertwined. In this war on terrorism (or more precisely,war on global Jidahist terrorism), we have a choice: 9/10 Senator versus a 9/11...
  • KERRY - THIS IS NOT A GOOD MAN

    10/25/2004 2:09:06 AM PDT · by WOSG · 27 replies · 1,192+ views
    roundtable vanity | Oct 25, 2004 | WOSG
    Please enter your entry of items, anecdotes, reasons why Kerry is not a good man. He's done some creepy things in the campaign, in his politics and in his life. Since he is presenting to the people some thing other than who he really is, I think a summation, butt SO the challenge: Give me a bullet item, 100 words or less per item, that shows he is not a good man. Example: Used the crippled ex-Senator Max Cleland for a cheap political stunt of delivering a letter to President Bush. When fellow vet Jerry Patterson, Texas Land Commissioner had...
  • U.S. Arrests Senior Al-Zarqawi Leader

    10/22/2004 10:46:29 PM PDT · by WOSG · 93 replies · 4,879+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | October 24, 2004 | AP -
    BAGHDAD, Iraq - The U.S. military has arrested a "senior leader" in the network run by Jordanian terror mastermind Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, along with five others during overnight raids in the insurgent stronghold of Fallujah, officials said Saturday. American forces have stepped up operations in Fallujah in a bid to root out al-Zarqawi's terror group, Tawhid and Jihad, which is believed to operate from there. The group has been blamed in numerous suicide bombings and beheadings of foreign hostages, including recent twin blasts inside Baghdad's Green Zone, which houses the U.S and Iraqi leadership. The 1:30 a.m. raid in southern...
  • Latest Leftist Bush Smear - He's Nuts (Barf

    10/19/2004 11:09:26 AM PDT · by WOSG · 40 replies · 1,095+ views
    catholics for kerry yahoo group ^ | Oct 18th, 2004 | Merle, a Bush-hater
    I too have read some so-called inside dope on Bush Jr. that indicates he has some mental disorders. It occurs to me that there may be more than a sliver of truth to this. In fact it is possible Bush 'may' be suffering severe mental stress and unstability. This to the extent that Bush may truly be unfit by reason of deteriation of mental condition, not just his stupid, arrogant and blundering poor handling of every thing he has touched. Next, in steps the Republican big money. They have Dick Cheney to woefully, and with great regret, step up to...
  • Soldiers Maintain Security and Win Over Residents on the Streets of Samarra

    10/14/2004 7:37:10 PM PDT · by WOSG · 7 replies · 440+ views
    Multi-National Force Iraq Press Release ^ | 10/14/2004 | Multi-National Force Iraq
    Soldiers Maintain Security and Win Over Residents on the Streets of Samarra Samarra, Iraq – Soldiers with B Company, 1st Battalion, 14th Infantry walk through the streets, accompanied by two gun trucks. During the mission, time is made to speak with members of a youth soccer team and buy ice cream cones for grateful children. Company leaders speak with merchants offering everything from watermelon to hubcaps. Virtually every resident stops and stares at the passing throng, most of them smiling and waving. After an hour on patrol, the Soldiers turn and head back to their forward operating base. The situation...
  • MSM Defeatist Jim Krane debunked

    10/04/2004 10:20:33 PM PDT · by WOSG · 3 replies · 218+ views
    Liberating Iraq | 10/4/04 | WOSG
    Jim Krane went after Bush before when he turned a US coup in capturing an Al Qaeda operative into questioning the war in Iraq: "A letter seized from an al-Qaeda courier shows Osama bin Laden has made little headway in recruiting Iraqis for a holy war against America, raising questions about the Bush administration's contention that Iraq is the central front in the war on terror." His bias was enough to make someone take notice. Now that terrorism heated up in Iraq, did Jim Krane write any words that said: "Spate of Car Bombings lays to rest questions that Iraq...
  • Al Jazeera Poll

    09/26/2004 9:32:43 PM PDT · by WOSG · 8 replies · 665+ views
    Al Jazeera ^ | 9/26/04 | WOSG
    Poll to FREEP. Give the terrorist supporters trying to drag down the Iraqi Government a WAKE-UP call. Al Jazzera has an online poll: Is Allawi's interim Iraqi government 'succeeding'?The correct answer is yes. Here's what Iraqi Prime Minister Allawi said in the Rose Garden with President Bush: These terrorists understand all too well that success in Iraq will be an enormous blow for terrorism worldwide, and an enormous step forward for peace and stability in the Middle East, and in the wider world. I thank you, Mr. President, for your determination to stand firm with us in Iraq, and for...
  • Flip-Flop Kerry does a Full Howard

    09/25/2004 8:22:45 AM PDT · by WOSG · 5 replies · 491+ views
    Liberating Iraq ^ | 9/25/05 | WOSG
    ... Dean, that is. Kerry now adopts Dean's position: "The invasion of Iraq was a profound diversion from the battle against our greatest enemy -- Al Qaeda." The FLIP-FLOP is a full bore Olympic Gold-medal-winning double-take on the whoe war effort. It's as if Kerry decided the Republicans didnt have enough Kerry Flip-flop on Iraq material to work from, and decided to add to it! Kerry was AGAINST the Gulf War I, before he was for it. (That's right, he was against the Gulf War, and then later had some 'memory' of being at the Gulf War signing ceremony ......
  • Fisking Blithering Idiot Michael Moore

    09/25/2004 8:04:47 AM PDT · by WOSG · 21 replies · 971+ views
    Liberating Iraq ^ | 9/25/04 | WOSG
    Michael Moore, cheap juvenile propagandist, tries the old tried-and-true "I know you are, but what am I" form of debating. He attempts to make Bush out to be flip-flopper on Iraq ... WHAT IS WRONG WITH THESE LIBERALS? HAVE THEY NO ORIGINALITY? I know we are talking about Michael Moore here, but this diatribe, (emailed to his 'believers' and those unfortunate souls like me who get signed up by other believers), shows the depth of a dried up puddle. Dear Mr. Bush, I am so confused. Where exactly do you stand on the issue of Iraq? You, your Dad, Rummy,...
  • Remembering 9/11 - Our Best Tribute is To Win

    09/11/2004 10:42:00 AM PDT · by WOSG · 9 replies · 228+ views
    Liberating Iraq ^ | 09/11/2004 | Patrick McGuinness
    Today, on 9/11 we put the flag out. I attended a prayer breakfast, where we remembered the victims of the terrorist attack and prayed for them, their families, and the country; I also remembered and prayed for the children of Beslan murdered last week. The presiding Minister preached from Psalm 46: "God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change, though the mountains shake in the heart of the sea." And a future Congressman spoke about how last week he was at Ground Zero, and how victims'...
  • The GirlieManchurian Candidate

    07/31/2004 10:08:23 PM PDT · by WOSG · 8 replies · 352+ views
    vanity | July 30, 2004 | WOSG
    Coming to an election near you, John Kerry is ... THE GIRLIEMANCHURIAN CANDIDATE Expert second-guesser of Presidential decisions, but unable to stick to a decision himself ... Able to milk 4 months of combat service 35 years ago into an entire biography, but hides his 20 years of Liberalism in the Congress ... Back in 1971, Communists implanted in the brain of John Kerry the nutty idea that America was a flawed country that should turn over its foreign policy to the UN and quit worrying about the spread of Communism. Now in 2004, the plot to take him to...
  • Immigration fixes real and imagined: Nice carrot, Mr President, where's the stick?

    01/17/2004 1:06:24 PM PST · by WOSG · 21 replies · 7,010+ views
    FRN Column | January 16, 2004 | Patrick McGuinness
    Immigration fixes real and imagined: Nice carrot, Mr President, where's the stick? The Bush and Cornyn proposal to create a guest worker program does address one way to "solve" illegal immigration: Let them stay. The Bush guest worker proposal however doesnt address causes of illegal immigration and our failure at many levels to stop it. Nor does it ask or propose what level of immigration is in our best interests. We need a comprehensive policy that adresses those questions if we are even to know whether guest worker visas are an appropriate part of the best broader immigration policy. Yet...
  • Survey Shocker: Majority of central Texan busybodies tell others what to do

    12/09/2003 8:26:49 PM PST · by WOSG · 20 replies · 2,795+ views
    FRN Column | 12/09/03 | Patrick McGuinness
    It never ceases to amaze that people are willing to have others do what they want, but seem less inclined to actually change their own behavior. The Onion satirized this impulse two years ago when they joked that: "A study released Monday by the American Public Transportation Association reveals that 98% of Americans support the use of mass transit by others." A good example of local life imitating satire is the results of the latest "survey" done by Envision Central Texas, where self-selected citizens responding to a questionnaire declared their preferences for how and where all of us in central...
  • Ron Kirk, Texas Race-Baiter [ terrorist and lefist connections ALERT]

    10/05/2002 8:17:36 PM PDT · by WOSG · 1 replies · 612+ views
    Front Page Magazine ^ | Sept 26, 2002 | Philip Magness
    Ron Kirk, Texas Race-BaiterBy Philip MagnessFrontPageMagazine.com | September 26, 2002 When U.S. Senate candidate from Texas Ron Kirk came under fire last week for a multitude of wavering positions on national defense and policy toward Iraq, the ex-mayor of Dallas lambasted his critics. "[Q]uestioning my patriotism, I'm insulted by that," exclaimed the Democrat as he carefully claimed support for a regime change in Iraq, albeit in the most general of terms. Then again, with over two thirds of the public supporting such a move Kirk has little choice but to go along. One has cause to wonder about Kirk's irritation...
  • SIGNS II: Freeper fights back at neighborhood meeting.

    09/19/2002 7:53:49 PM PDT · by WOSG · 22 replies · 276+ views
    self | Sept 19, 2002 | WOSG
    this is the letter I wrote in response to neighborhood nannies taking a political sign off my property and citing it as a violation of a covenant I was informed by your letter that claimed we violated a prohibition on yard signs, just days after our yard sign mysteriously disappeared. See Original article for my first reaction Thankfully, we live in a free country still, and the prohibition that is claimed in 8.0216 of the Travis Country covenants is in clear violation of our First Amendment free speech rights. If this is not obvious enough to you or the...
  • SIGNS - Neighborhood Nannies Stole my Political Yard Sign!!

    09/09/2002 6:24:34 PM PDT · by WOSG · 158 replies · 670+ views
    Self | Sept 8, 2002 | Patrick McGuinness
    Today we got a letter from our local Community Service Association. They informed me that according to our community covenants "Signs are not allowed." Sure enough, according to this rather diabolical community 'covenants and restrictions', rule 8.0216, signs are not allowed. So, in violation of my property rights and free speech rights, The Neighborhood Nazis stole my Political Yard Sign! They didnt wait to ask me to take it down, they just took it! The sign was for Texas State Senate candidate Ben Bentzin (the GOP candidate of course). It was a not-too-big, neat single sign in a well-kept yard....
  • TREVOR COLEMAN: A test case for anti-civil rights Republicans (Pickering column - BARF ALERT!)

    03/15/2002 10:44:45 AM PST · by WOSG · 8 replies · 150+ views
    Detroit Free Press ^ | March 14, 2002 | Trevor Coleman
    <p>The fight over the nomination of Mississippi Judge Charles Pickering to the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals is the most intriguing such battle since the Robert Bork and Clarence Thomas nominations to the U.S. Supreme Court.</p> <p>It also is indicative of larger battles to come, when President George W. Bush has an opportunity to fill a high court vacancy.</p>
  • Lives fo Oil: Save ANWR, Kill People Instead

    03/10/2002 7:31:12 PM PST · by WOSG · 14 replies · 7+ views
    self | March 8, 2002 | wiseoldsupergenius
    In the debate of whether to drill in ANWR, environmentalists are fond to point out that ANWR holds small promise as resource, a mere 3.1 billion barrels of oil (this is the USGS estimate, other estimates are higher) that could only supply our oil for 6 months. Instead they assert, let us save oil instead of getting more. But in money terms, 3.1 billion barrels is no insubstantial sum, it is a $60 billion pot of gold, or should I say, pool of oil. And powering our whole country for 6 months is far from insubstantial. Drilling in ANWR cannot...
  • Call To Freep Against Gospel of Barnabas Hoax : FIGHT FALSEHOODS TO FIGHT TERRORISM!

    10/21/2001 8:14:47 PM PDT · by WOSG · 2 replies · 22+ views
    In trying to learn about Islam, I kept running across a so-called "Gospel of Barnabas", used by Muslims to *prove* Mohammed was in the Bible and Jesus wasnt really crucified. After reading a scary claim that a 'real' Gospel was suppressed for the 1900 years of Christianity, here ... Barnabas Lie Told Here I then found out the truth at http://answering-islam.org.uk/Barnabas/ Why is this important? It points out how Muslim apologists can use blatant and obvious forgery to demean Christian faith. I responded to the website as follows: You are supporting a webiste designed to deceive people. This so-called ...
  • The Myth of Islamic Tolerance

    10/05/2001 11:18:00 PM PDT · by WOSG · 32 replies · 1,487+ views
    Christianity Today ^ | OCt 1998 | Scholar Bat Ye'or, Interview By Michael Cromartie
    Muslim "protection" of Christians and Jews has actually been oppression, says scholar Bat Ye'or. Interview By Michael Cromartie It is standard fare in many college and university courses today to contrast the history of Christian treatment of religious minorities, particularly Jews and Muslims, with the history of Jews and Christians under Islam. According to this politically correct scenario, Christians have been brutally intolerant while Muslims have generally been quite benign (except in response to Christian provocations, from the Crusades to colonialism). Alas, the charge of Christian intolerance has a good deal of substance, though the historical record is not as ...
  • Senate Best and Brightest

    12/18/2000 2:59:33 PM PST · by WOSG · 240+ views
    American Conservative Union ^ | December, 2000 | ACU
    The following Senators received 100% ACU ratings for 2000: Jeff Sessions (R-AL) Richard Shelby (R-AL) Frank Murkowski (R AK) Jon Kyl (R-AZ) Wayne Allard (R-CO) Paul Coverdell (R-GA) Larry Craig (R-ID) Michael Crapo (R-ID) Sam Brownback (R-KS) Jim Bunning (R-KY) Mitch McConnell (R-KY) Trent Lott (R-MS) Rob Smith (R-NH) Jesse Helms (R-NC) Don Nickles (R-OK) Rick Santorum (R-PA) Strom Thurmond (R-SC) Phil Gramm (R-TX)
  • Rules for Radicals by Saul Alinsky,

    12/04/2000 8:45:05 PM PST · by WOSG · 6,848+ views
    MASS ORGANIZING TACTICS (excerpted from Rules for Radicals by Saul Alinsky, pp. 126-140; I'm somewhat ambivalent about Alinsky, and if you read his books, you'll see why I say that; but I can't deny that he was a successful organizer, and thus think that anarchists can benefit from some of his ideas.) Tactics mean doing what you can with what you have. Tactics are those conscious deliberate acts by which human beings live with each other and deal with the world around them. In the world of give and take, tactics is the art of how to take and ...
  • Good clean cheating and dirty pool

    11/26/2000 1:30:48 PM PST · by WOSG · 17+ views
    http://www.cnn.com/ ^ | 11/25/00 | Richard Stengel
    Good clean cheating and dirty pool November 25, 2000 Web posted at: 2:25 PM EST (1925 GMT) By Richard Stengel (TIME.com) -- Here in America, we make a firm distinction between good old honest cheating and dirty cheating. Honest cheating is the kind of all-American swindling we're comfortable with: Mayor Richard Daley rustling up dead men's votes for John Kennedy; Lyndon Johnson twisting arms and paying out ready cash to win his first Senate election. That's good old-fashioned cheating, the kind that uses money and muscle. What Americans seem to regard as dirty cheating is clever, high-paid lawyers going ...
  • Austin, TX - Leftist Admits Bush-Cheney protest "Won" on 18th

    11/22/2000 11:45:39 PM PST · by WOSG · 8+ views
    Austin, TX - Trust The People ^ | Nov 20, 2000 | Sonia Santana
    Folks Wilson and Forest are correct that anyone wishing to stay and protest longer can do so. We are not sheep. This is America, both sides have the right to be heard. If you feel you have the desire to stay and protest long after the larger group goes home, do it. I agree with Wilson that everyone is their own leader. Express yourselves. Follow others in the group, that are willing to stay. Now in defense of Robin Scheidner, of Public Research Works - when the group Austin Democracy Now was formed, it was formed to be a ...
  • GORE had lousy grades in College

    11/22/2000 9:35:05 PM PST · by WOSG · 18+ views
    Boston Globe 09/07/2000 Page: A15 Section: Op-Ed | JENNIFER C. BRACERAS
    GORE'S DUBIOUS SCHOOL RECORD Author: By JENNIFER C. BRACERAS Date: 09/07/2000 Page: A15 Section: Op-Ed JENNIFER C. BRACERAS Jennifer C. Braceras is an attorney and research fellow at Harvard Law School. Her column appears regularly in the Globe. When will the liberal media stop treating left-wing ideology as a proxy for intelligence? For months the press has questioned the intellect of Republican candidate George W. Bush, while describing Al Gore as "serious," "intellectual" - even "wonkish." The basis for the media's unfair attacks on Bush's intelligence is his 30-year-old Yale College transcript (purloined last fall and published by The New ...
  • The other side's list of demonstrations NOV 18

    11/14/2000 9:01:49 PM PST · by WOSG · 164+ views
    Countercoup demonstration ^ | countercoup.org
    MASSIVE DEMONSTRATIONS for a democratic presidential election planned in 144 cities and counting! SAT, NOV. 18 -- 1PM