2008 Blogs

Black Monday

September 15, 2008 was Black Monday.

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Buckley Endorses a Democrat?

On October 10th, Christopher Buckley, scion of William F. Buckley and former columnist for The National Review, wrote an endorsement of Senator Barack Obama for President.

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Desperation

The campaign staff for Senator John S. McCain has released another attack ad against his opponent, Senator Barack Obama.

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Homeowners Associations

Most developments in which we buy or have bought homes are inflicted with a homeowners association, of which there are two types: voluntary and involuntary.

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Legislative Stonewall

Just off of Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virgina, stands a memorial to Thomas J. Jackson on the Boulevard.

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Medicines and Choice

I read a story online that really struck me—particularly because I'm diabetic.

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Outrage

People are playing with my life, my life’s work, and my dreams.

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The YardKeeper

I work hard; I’d fallen for the pitch that it’s better to own your home than to rent or lease one.

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What McCain Did

Going against the best advice I could give, John McCain placed a political neophyte, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, as his candidate for the office of Vice President of the United States.

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What Should McCain Do?

There’s a lot of speculation concerning John McCain’s choice for his Vice Presidential candidate.

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What Should Obama Do?

When I look at the Democratic Party and its nominee for President, Senator Barack Obama, I really am in a quandary regarding the potential nominee for VP.

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