Welcome to the December 2009 edition of the Carnival of Conservative Conversations.
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smrtas1 presents the following articles, posted at Conservative Patriot HQ
Scott Spiegel presents the following articles, posted at Scott Spiegel.
U.S. Common Sense presents the following articles, posted at U.S. Common Sense,
The government and your home – Examining the benefits of the Home Affordable Modification Program and the First-time Home Buyer Tax Credit and debating which one is more beneficial to the taxpayer.
Nigel Coleman: idiot – Nigel Coleman is planning to burn the effigies of Pelosi and Perriello next weekend. This article explains why I think he’s an idiot.
Republican “Purity” Test? – Questioning the logic behind the RNC’s “purity” test, as well as providing my two cents on their ten-item list.
The Refounding Father presents the following articles, posted at The Refounding Father.
Tony Alexander presents:
From the Desk of “SoJ” November Edition: “Freedom” posted at The Soul of Japan, saying, “could you submit this for November 1st?”
John Prothro presents:
LastingLiberty.com – Timeless Voices – Bigger Than Healthcare posted at Obama Takes Over the Hundred Acre Wood, saying, “Economist Joseph Schumpeter shows that recent actions by the federal government are bigger than straightforward policy votes. Excessive borrowing and inflationary spending are not simply about stimulating our economy. Health care “reform” is not simply about expanding access. Both are government power grabs that represent further socialization of our country.”
Mark J. Donovan presents:
The Silent Majority Will Save the United States posted at Home Addition, saying, “This article suggests that the silent majority will prevail in preventing the democratic socialist government from enslaving our children in debt and euthanizing our senior citizens.”
David Gross presents:
The University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit’s New & Improved Scientific Method posted at Divided We Stand United We Fall, saying, “One document escaped the purloined University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit data leak. I have reverse engineered the CRU Scientific Methodology from the procedures documented in the e-mails and code. The New & Improved Scientific Methodology used to prove Anthropogenic Global Warming can now be revealed.”
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