Heretical and Not-So-Heretical Musings on Politics
The Republican HereticA Republican and a Heretic, in multiple senses of both words. A small L libertarian conservative in the Midwest, concerned with limiting the size and power of government and halting the growth of the paternalistic progressive aristocracy. Interested in history, religion, and law, and policies dealing with the aforementioned. Will feature comments on stories or articles I find interesting, whether related to politics or anything else that catches my eye.
- RT @peaceischrist: @rsmccain Thank You! Trayvon thought Zimmerman was a Gay Rapist! Out of the mouth of #RachelJeantel on Piers Morgan las… 1 year ago
- RT @Carter137: The fact that the "race-baiters" used a Hispanic who was defending himself as evidence of white-on-black crime shows how des… 1 year ago
- RT @mnrobot: ‘The Greater Good’: Heretical Facts vs. the Myth of St. Trayvon of the Blessed Hoodie nblo.gs/NbNir 1 year ago
- RT @DennisDMZ: By the way AP, don't accuse this administration of Big Brother tactics or you'll be accused of racism. 1 year ago
- RT @michellemalkin: MSNBC talking heads really mopey right now discussing Obama/Holder AP snoop-gate cuz they can't whip out Blame Bush car… 1 year ago
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