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Monthly Archives: October 2008

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    Why was Greenland called Greenland?

    Posted in Environment & Energy By Max Borders

    It has to do with unstoppable solar cycles.

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    Full Poll Results

    Posted in Miscellaneous By Chris Hayes

    The results of our last poll are now live on our website with the usual questions on the direction of the state, which issue is most important, etc. We also polled the Lt. Governor and Treasurer's races since there were open seats.  The Democrats lead in both by about 9 points. Check it all out […]

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    A Shocking Lesson in Politics

    Posted in Miscellaneous By Jeff Mixon

    It is one of those considerations you know about when you buy your house.  If, as a conservative, you decide to move into a leftist enclave, you can expect your neighbors to take offense when you place the campaign sign of a non liberal on your property. Some of them may even be so incensed […]

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    Mencken Classic

    Posted in Miscellaneous By Civitas Staff

    "Every election is a sort of advance auction sale of stolen goods."

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    McCain vs. Obama: Still Undecided?

    Posted in Uncategorized By Bob Luebke | Tagged

    Dan Henninger argues in the Wall Street Journal that an Obama presidency would shift our fundamental national principles from wealth creation to wealth protection. Is it the end of “cowboy capitalism” and a levelling of our national trajectory? All the more reason to get to the polls. Worth the read.

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