First, the reason is NOT because raising taxes is a good idea.
It’s Labor Day.
I feel like I should give the GOP some credit here. Kinda. Sorta. Maybe.
The GOP is the party that questioned Obama’s religion in 2008. And 2009, and 10, and 11, and today. For some reason, the possibility that Obama might even maybe be Muslim, despite all evidence otherwise, seemed to be a topic of much concern to the members of the Grand Ole Party.
Sure, they been concerned about Obama’s birth certificate, too. More so, even. But the amount of concern over his religion has not been slight.
Now, though, the Republicans have selected a 100% non-protestant presidential ticket. Mitt Romney is Mormon.
Dick Lugar is desperate to win in Tuesday’s primary election.
One of the more divisive issues in our communities today is the future of LGBT rights.
A reader wrote to the Star’s Matthew Tully and asked him to pen a column on why it important to vote in the primary.
Are most Republican voters well meaning hypocrites or just useful tools? That’s a brutally honest question and here is why I ask it.
I like Rupert Boneham. I like him as a person and I like him as a candidate.
As a person, Rupert is genuine and cordial.