Whatever happened to Republicans opposing big government interference in people’s lives?
In a speech yesterday at Mississippi State University, Mitt Romney told the audience that he wants to end the programs developed as part of Lyndon Johnson’s War On Poverty, and replace them with something new.
The programs from the War On Poverty Mitt Romney […]
“We must reinvigorate the role of values in our country,” Senator Marco Rubio said in a speech at a conference of the Faith and Freedom Coalition yesterday. He accused Democrats of failing to support values, saying that “they completely ignore the importance of families with values in our society.”
Values? Having values means having the […]
Congressional Republicans continue to put on a good media show to make it look like they are moving to support immigration, after an election in which it became clear that most Americans are tired of the GOP’s blame-an-immigrant strategy. But look closely at their “efforts” and you’ll notice there’s no actual legislation involved — just […]
Did you know that Saturday, June 27 was National Children and Families Day?
I didn’t know. None of the news media knew, either. A news search for “National Children and Families Day” produces no media mentions in the month of June, 2009. There are no news media reports regarding “National Children and Families Day” at […]
Republican former Governor and Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge explains to NPR’s Scott Horsley this morning why John McCain will actually win Pennsylvania, despite support for Barack Obama in the big cities of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh:
You got the values voters in the Northeast and the Southwest, these are men and women in families that […]
Isn’t that Sarah Palin such a folksy ma? Real heartland type there. Woman of the people and all.
The kind of woman of the people who uses her line-item-veto to cut food bank funding in half.
Slashing funding to the food banks that help families without anything. Isn’t that the folksiest thing?