’08 Rep Convention

Coverage of the 2008 Republican National Convention

Obama Birther Lawyer’s credentials are questioned

Dr. Orly Taitz, who’s leading the OC charge that President Obama wasn’t born in this country and lacks a US Birth certificate, is having her own credentials as a lawyer questioned. According to a post in the blog, A Candid World, Taitz attended an online lawy school and her degree and license only permits her…

The Trial of John Yoo

I have just returned from a debate on presidential power at Chapman University Law School. In retrospect, the event should more properly have been called “The Trial of John Yoo.” And strikingly, it was Yoo who cast himself in the role of defendant. The debate was titled “Presidential Power and Success in Times of Crisis,”…

Shout the Good News! Rick Warren’s Conversion

When accessing the political apologetics of evangelicals, it is tempting to deal with them on their own terms and question whether their contrition is perfect and sincere enough to remove the stain that their sins have placed on their souls. In Christian terms, forgiveness for sin requires a deep and sincere change of heart accompanied…

Fact Checking McCain

The good folks at FactCheck.org, a NON-Partisan site, had this to say about John McCain’s acceptance speech: McCain claimed that Obama’s health care plan would “force small businesses to cut jobs” and would put “a bureaucrat … between you and your doctor.” In fact, the plan exempts small businesses, and those who have insurance now…

Anger Management

Senator John McCain lacks the temperment to become president.  Its well documented.  But whenever he gets all warm and fuzzy talking about his POW experience, its time to remind the people that this man is a loose cannon.  This story was published in many McClatchy Newspapers today. From the article:

An Email from Wasilla, Alaska

I’m always a little dubious of emails that scream “urban myth” that arrive in my mailbox; this email passes the Snopes.com test.  Here’s the text: This is an email that originally came from a resident of the town where Sarah Palin was mayor. I checked it on snopes and indeed it is from a Anne…