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Tuesday, October 17, 2006

A few things. . .

- Conservative radio hosts are breaking with the Republican leadership in ways not seen in at least a decade, and certainly not since Rush Limbaugh’s forceful advocacy of the party in 1994 spawned a new generation of stars.

- GOP candidate Van Taylor (Bush's home district in TX) said Monday that when he decided to challenge U.S. Rep. Chet Edwards, D-Waco, last year, “I was prepared to go it alone without any external support.” Now he may have to. The NRCC has pulled all advertising and financial backing for Taylor in his bid to oust Mr.Edwards.

- An event last night at Living Word Christian Center (Brooklyn Park, MN) featuring GOP Congressional Candidate Michele Bachmann could cost the church its nonprofit tax status. A personal endorsement from the pastor of the church, as well as Bachmann's own statements in her speech, appear to have violated regulations pertaining to partisan politicking by churches. Bachmann is in a tight race with Patty Wetterling, a race that's at the top of most election analysts lists in terms of importance and competitiveness.

- Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin also are big supporters of alternative energy. The billionaires began driving hybrid cars shortly after they hit the mass market. Page also is among the investors in Tesla Motors Inc., a Silicon Valley startup developing a sports car that runs on electricity. Now Google is converting its renowned headquarters to run partly on solar power, hoping to set an example for corporate America. Godspeed and good luck tothem!

The notion that President Bush is not just in denial -- but is petulantly in denial -- is taking on greater credence thanks to two recent Washington Post stories.

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