In the 2000 presidential election, Vice President Al Gore came within four percent of winning Tennessee. Ten years later, according to reporter Ken Whitehouse of the Nashville Post, the Tennessee Democratic Party died.
Can In the corporate world that is. Can the crossdressers, the androgynenes, the gender queer, and all the rest of the transgender spectrum coexist with transsexuals in a corporation or a community? I ask this because of possible differences in the needs of the various parts of the T community.
And on the third day, God created the Remington bolt action rifle so that Man could fight the dinosaurs. And the homosexuals. Amen. Amen. As all good Christians know, God created the world and the universe 10,000 years ago (give or take a few weeks, allowing for leap years and
Dear Fellow Democrat: The laws passed by even a Democratically controlled Congress have fallen way short due to undue corporate influence. Examples include giving $250 for a Medicare doughnut hole recipient that is hundreds or even thousands of dollars short of helping seniors pay for their medication. My incumbent opponet
Disturbed by new Republican Governor John Kasich’s failure to appoint ANY minorities to his cabinet, the Ohio Black Caucus met with him today and offered to help him find qualified minority candidates. The Governor’s response? Per State Senator Nina Turner(D-Cleveland), it was “I don’t need your people.” When the press
In my last two posts I reviewed the deficit reduction aspects of Paul Ryan’s Republican response to the SOTU. But Ryan also placed considerable emphasis on the idea of “limited government” in his response. In this post, I want to evaluate what he had to say on this theme. So
“Sir, are you a singer-songwriter?” The question came from a Greeneville High School senior who shall remain anonymous because I don’t want to embarrass him. We were at a play-group reunion. Last time I saw him, 12 years ago, he was sporting a Batman cape. “Now think about it,” I
Fox News.com contributor Richard Benedetto thinks Dana Milbank’s February moratorium on Sarah Palin betrays the noble ideals of journalism.
Let me repeat that. FOX NEWS.COM CONTRIBUTOR Richard Benedetto thinks Dana Milbank’s February moratorium on Sarah Palin betrays the noble ideals of journalism.
Three weeks ago I woke up and started organizing my thoughts to write this post. I had no more than written the title when news started coming in hot, first on Twitter and then local news channels, that Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords had been shot in Tucson. In a strange dichotomy, it was both an event which brought the ugly underbelly of hate in my state into even better focus than it had been before, which is the subject of this post.