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Today’s Opinion and News: Monday, Oct. 20th 2008

  • photo Kevin McCullough: Why The Left Always Resorts To Brute Force
    After Barack Obama got rhetorically bludgeoned this week with the consequences of his own words to a working class guy from Toledo, the nation got a peek into his soul.
  • photo Austin Hill: Governor Palin, “Joe The Plumber,” And The Real Middleclass
    Why has a guy named Joe from Holland, Ohio, been a hot topic among the two dominant presidential campaigns?
  • photo Salena Zito: John McCain fights on
    Never give up, never give in, and never let the pundits decide when your campaign is over.
  • photo Paul Jacob: Whistling past Wahkiakum
    Worried about the federal budget? Our post-constitutional government? The upcoming national election? Add a tiny county to your list.
  • photo George Will: The Upper Crust of Progressive Episcopalians
    The Rev. Robert Duncan, 60, is not a Lutheran, but he is a Luther, of sorts. The former Episcopal bishop of Pittsburgh has, in effect, said the words with which Martin Luther shattered Christendom and asserted the primacy of individual judgment and conscience that defines the modern temperament.
  • photo Doug Giles: How to Never Need the Cash Obama Intends to Take from Joe the Plumber?s Pocket
    Boy, the blood sucking entitlement toads are hoping and praying that Obama will win this election because they are smellin? free candy!

    Gun Ban No Bama

  • photo Steve Chapman: Right and Wrong on Gay Marriage
    When you set out to do something important, it doesn’t matter just whether you achieve it — it also matters how.
  • photo Jackie Gingrich Cushman: Waking up and Walking
    Elevator conversations can be intriguing ? sometimes they are extreme in nature, either light or profound. Yesterday?s was profound.
  • photo John McCain: John McCain’s Weekly Radio Address
    Good morning, this is John McCain, speaking to you a couple of days after the final presidential debate.
  • photo David R. Stokes: What Is To Be Done – To Us?
    The final debate between John McCain and Barack Obama was primarily about the economy. That was appropriate and understandable.