Winner gets a copy of “The Law” by Bastiat (pound for pound the best anti-socialism book ever written), bragging rights, and the first (free) beer next time we meet.
Read this and then send me your guesses:… more »
Thanks to reader Scott Elmore for this “guest blog” on the subject of free speech…and how the left seems to have more of it than conservatives do:
You’ve been inundated with political ads, spin on words, and political debate from… more »
For the promo of tomorrow’s edition (10/31/10) of Backbone Radio, please see the link at the new Backbone Radio blog:
http://rossputin.com/blog/backbone.php/2010/10/30/backbone-radio-oct-31-2010-three-more-days-of-a-democrat-majority… more »
UPDATE: The election prediction contest is now closed. Here are the average guesses, with the full chart below:
(We had 37… more »
It has come to my attention, and slightly to my surprise, that the correct postage for the Colorado mail-in ballot is 61 cents, not the 44 cents required for a standard “first class” letter.
Please make sure to put the correct postage on… more »
I don’t like writing about things a few days after most people do, and I particularly don’t usually write about something after hearing it spoken about on television.
But I’m going to make an exception today after being reminded by a… more »
The Tancredo campaign sent out an e-mail blast this afternoon noting that Tom will be on the Glenn Beck Show, to be aired on Fox Television on Sunday night at 5 PM. That’s fine – I’m ambivalent about Glenn Beck – but what really… more »
In an excellently data-filled and slightly snarky article for the American Spectator, Peter Ferrara explains how essentially everything Barack Obama says and believes about economic history is wrong. It’s a great read and excellent intellectual… more »
After a recent slightly bumpy campaign road, Ken Buck is back on track, focusing on what’s important in this election. Buck’s message is well and concisely delivered in this 48 seconds of a talk he gave to a group of… more »