commentBloomberg thinks he could teach people to do what my father chose to do with his B.S. and D.Div., eh? I’d love to watch Duh Mare try. He wouldn’t even last as long as the “farmers” who wail that they can’t survive without glyphosate.
I can’t do what Dad did. Not even half of it. But I remember what that was.
commentI like this page…I think. I’m glad to see Grassfire back. However, in order to continue reading e-mail from Grassfire I want to see a way to e-mail GRASSFIRE back. I have a policy of not accepting e-mail from “no reply” correspondents. Dialogue must go both ways.
My concerns are not generally the big bandwagon issues. I accept that. I ignore a lot of the things some other conservatives are working on, partly because things they ignore (like glyphosate) are much more important to me…I wish the other big names on this page agreed with Michael Savage that conserving our environment, in a fiscally conservative way, is a conservative issue!
And yes, I like the direction Robert Kennedy has steered the Children’s Health Defense group. And no, I’m not trying to agree with everybody at the same time more than I honestly do endorse part, not necessarily all, of what every correspondent is doing…I spend time alone thinking about what I do believe, and post that at my blog.
I’m not Catholic. I can’t give anyone the numbers they’ll get by climbing on the Catholic bandwagon. But I am one of those swing voters the major parties need, so it behooves both of them to read my blog too.