Monthly Archives: February 2006
There’s a new kid on the block. He might look kind of dorky, but I think one day he’ll be famous. I refer to the new Institute of Marriage and the Family.
I gave a speech to their grand opening last … Continue reading
“If a man starts to run, there’s nothing to do but keep running.” – Louis L’Amour
It is not pleasant to be forced to choose between seeming rude and seeming cowardly. I resent being put in this position. But … Continue reading
David Emerson’s spectacular defection right into the Conservative cabinet hurts. Especially because the obvious solution won’t work. But at the risk of switching suddenly to the optimists, I do offer some hope.
To their credit, their own partisan coup stings for … Continue reading