Archive for July, 2005

A Bad Week for Catholics

Saturday, July 30th, 2005

This week, two CINO (Catholic In Name Only) Democrats who disserve on the Judiciary Committee embarassed themselves, their country, and their (supposed) Church with statements relating to the nomination of Judge John Roberts.
Senator Durbin went first. According to Jonathan Turley in Monday’s LA Times, Durbin asked Roberts what he would do if the law required […]

Byrd Season Opens

Saturday, July 30th, 2005

Today the NRSC unveiled its first ad of the 2006 cycle. (Remember, though, DO NOT CONTRIBUTE to the NRSC until every judge gets an up-or-down vote!!!) The ad attacks Sen. Robert “KKK” Byrd for the dramatic changes in his positions from his early years in the Senate, including but not limited to his shift against […]

Bill Frist: Sellout

Thursday, July 28th, 2005

According to the Drudge Report, Senator Bill Frist will announce in the morning his support for expanded funding for embryonic stem-cell research. Frist’s change in position shows that either he is blindly ambitious and will say anything that he thinks is politically advantageous or he has a fundamental misunderstanding of the value of life. Either […]

Armstrong Humiliates French, Part VII

Sunday, July 24th, 2005

Once again, Lance Armstrong, arguably the greatest athlete ever, has won the Tour de France. With all due respect to other great athletes, Michael Jordan, Eric Heiden, Wayne Gretzky, etc., no other athlete has been able to dominate a sport so convincingly over so long a time as Lance Armstrong. Today is a wonderful day, […]

Mudd, or Quicksand?

Friday, July 22nd, 2005

RepublicanSenate’s only endorsed Democrat now leads Senator Mudd by 11 points according to a Rasmussen poll out today. Bob Casey, Jr. Is amazingly running a Senate campaign based solely on his father’s name. He has stated his positions on a number of important issues, but remains very low-key. On the other hand, the incumbent has […]

McGavick In, Republicans Wary

Thursday, July 21st, 2005

Thanks to a postor, who appears to be the candidate himself, RepublicanSenate has learned that Mike McGavick has formed an exploratory committee to take a look at the Senate race in Washington. McGavick is the first Republican to take an official step toward challenging incumbent Maria Cantwell. Cantwell is a far left Senator who simply […]

Counter Play

Tuesday, July 19th, 2005

After convincing everyone that he was going to tap Edith Clement, the President surprised everyone by selecting John Roberts, a white male. The President has made an excellent choice in his selection of John Roberts to replace Sandra Day O’Connor. Roberts has received criticism from People for the American Way and NARAL, among others. As […]

Thank You, Mr. President

Monday, July 18th, 2005

President Bush has reportedly assured conservatives that he will not choose Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to replace Injustice Sandra Day O’Connor. The President now seems to be zeroing in on women for the slot. The two most likely possibilities are Edith Jones and Edith Joy Clement. Jones has a record a mile long and has […]

Rossi Declines

Friday, July 15th, 2005

Recruiting failure? Not really.
This one is not Elizabeth Dole’s fault. Dino Rossi has said for months that he is not prepared to move his family to Washington, DC. Today, he gave his final “No” to those who have been recruiting him for months. A recent GOP poll showed Rossi pummelling Cantwell but all other potential […]

Abraham Bows Out, Brandon Last Hope

Thursday, July 14th, 2005

Today, Jane Abraham, the strongest Republican challenger to Sen. Debbie Stabenow, announced that she will not run for Senate next year. Abraham is just the latest in a series of potentially strong GOP candidates to take a pass on the race. Former Secretary of State, Rep. Candice Miller declined to run earlier this year.
Abraham’s decision […]