The Methodical March of the law

One of the things that is almost axiomatic is the law moves at its own pace. In one respect this is a good thing.  It's very dangerous to rush to judgement before the facts are in, but in an age of rapid response, lack of patience and instant gratification the slow crawl of the law … Continue reading The Methodical March of the law

A Conservative New Year’s Resolution

By Linda Szugyi I've never done the New Year's resolution thing. The way I always figured, why start the new year by setting yourself up for failure?  I mean, if you haven't reached a particular goal in your life already, how is a new digit going to make it happen?  I can't even remember to write the new year on my checks until April or so.  … Continue reading A Conservative New Year’s Resolution

What a Difference Three Years makes

I remember the first Scott Brown campaign. The crowds were incredible, the excitement was contagious, people in Massachusetts really believed it was a sign that the direction that had led us to ruin for decades might actually be ending. And the Grass Roots that had been silent for years, the people who were sick of … Continue reading What a Difference Three Years makes