Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Kerry, GOP struggles, pro-life Bush, hate speech, Bolton

Kerry Watch: With John Kerry maintaining some of his support base from the election and becoming more visible in the Senate, it seems to me that he's going to try to run again in '08 - though I don't think he'll get the nomination. This story is interesting.

And here's a story about how upset he gets with people who are actually religious - that is, they don't just fake it.

Ben Shapiro discusses all the troubles within the Republican Party, such as their lack of conservative strength on issues like social security, John Bolton, judicial nominees, the budget, etc. It's upsetting.

Though some argue that President Bush could be doing more for the pro-life cause, this piece says that we should all be grateful for what he's done.

A recent speech on a university campus by Ann Coulter was denounced as "hateful" by the university's president, who didn't watch the speech himself. Of course, "hateful" actually refers to either 1) the expressing of Judeo-Christian ethical judgments, 2) a "tone" or "attitude" that isn't sufficiently "friendly" or "accepting," or 3) anything else that might be politically incorrect.

Jonah Goldberg defends John Bolton.

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