Saturday, August 25, 2007

Politics in brief

Find the latest on Michigan's budget mess from Jack Hoogendyk's blog.

It didn't take Michigan democrats long to back away from their supposed opposition to illegal immigration. Saul recounts their efforts to provide in-state tuition for illegal aliens.

Congressman Peter Hoekstra rejects neoconservatism. He says that promoting democracy isn't a realistic foreign policy goal, and that stability should come first.

The Club for Growth released a report on Mitt Romney's fiscal record. Interested readers can see profiles of Romney and the other Republican presidential candidates.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Allan calling for a withdrawl from Iraq? Heavens to Betsie! But lets face it. The Republican Party got us into the foreign policy disaster we now find ourselfs. You can't just pass it off on some sub-group of neoconservatives. Isn't that right Allan, Mr. All-Democrats-Are-Liberal-Socialists?