Behind the Scenes With Hillary
newsmax ^ | Thursday, February 7, 2008 9:39 AM | Ronald Kessler
Posted on 02/09/2008 11:55:44 AM EST by BenLurkin
Guarding presidential candidates 24 hours a day, Secret Service agents know better than almost anyone what they are really like. Among Secret Service agents, no protectee evokes more disdain than Hillary Clinton.
McCain v McCain
Patriot Post | 2/8/2008 | Mark Alexander
Posted on 02/09/2008 10:07:24 AM EST by fweingart
“I’m reminded of the old adage that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Only in this case, it’s not flattery, but grand larceny: the intellectual theft of ideas that you and I recognize as our own. Speech delivery counts for little on the world stage unless you have convictions, and, yes, the vision to see beyond the front-row seats.” -Ronald Reagan (3 February 1994)
American WWII Veteran Saved by Serbs Snubbed by Senator John McCain
Tuscon Citizen | November 9, 1992 | Richard L. Felman
Posted on 02/09/2008 11:06:54 AM EST by Ravnagora
NOTE – Major Richard Felman had many stories to tell about his experiences during his 50 year effort to inspire official recognition of the heroic contributions made by General Mihailovich and his Serbs to the Allied cause during World War II. Of the many that he conveyed to me personally over the years, his experience with Senator John McCain, who was his senator
Article published February 9, 2008
Mayor to Marines: Leave downtown
He says urban exercises scare people
Posted 02/08/08 18:24
New Mission for USMC Relies On AmphibsNew deployment strategy stresses Navy-Marine link
By ANDREW SCUTRO
The Marines want to get back to their expeditionary roots – and they’ll be
taking amphib sailors with them.
BUSH JUSTICE DEPARTMENT: WHAT CONSTITUTION?
By Larry Pratt
February 9, 2008
Ron Paul And The Republican Crisis
“Of the 20 or so Paul supporters whom I interviewed at that event, about two-thirds said they would consider voting for a Democrat if Paul isn’t the Republican nominee.”
Paul Concedes Race, Sort Of
That said, he’s scaling back his campaign — but not entirely.
With Romney gone, the chances of a brokered convention are nearly zero. But that does not affect my determination to fight on, in every caucus and primary remaining, and at the convention for our ideas, with just as many delegates as I can get. But with so many primaries and caucuses now over, we do not now need so big a national campaign staff, and so I am making it leaner and tighter.
Mr. Paul clearly stated that he will not run as a third-party candidate. Right now, his priorities are serving the residents in his Texas congressional district and winning re-election.