Thursday, February 14, 2008

New Blog: Roanoke Conservative

Check out the new Blog in SW Virginia, Roanoke Conservative .

I expect to spend more time posting at this new blog, so check us out !!

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

OK, Virginia...time to vote on Tues. Feb 12


When: Tuesday Feb. 12, polls open from 6 am - 7 PM

Where: Your normal polling place (where you vote each November)

Type: OPEN Primary, Virginia has no registration by party, so ANY registered voter can vote in EITHER the Republican or Democrat primary (but not both). Contrary to an earlier announcement, you will NOT be asked to sign a "loyalty pledge" to vote in the Republican Primary.

The winner of Virginia's Republican Presidential primary will receive all of Virginia's 63 Delegate votes on the first ballot at the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis in Sept. If more than one ballot is necessary, Virginia delegates can vote as they like.

Ballot: For the Republican Party, there are 6 candidates on the Virginia ballot:

Congressman Ron Paul

Senator John McCain

Senator Fred Thompson (dropped his race)

Gov Mike Huckabee

Mayor Rudy Giuliani

Gov. Mitt Romney

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Tuesday, November 27, 2007

New newspaper for the Roanoke Area !!

Nov. 8, 2007

Accept no imitations. No recycled Roanoke Times columnists here. And absolutely NO subscription cost! This is THE newspaper Christians and conservatives have been talking about and waiting for.

THE ROANOKE SUN "Roanoke's News Weekly", hit newsstands every Friday!!

What is it? The Sun is a weekly digest of the area's big news stories with analysis you can trust.
It's a digest of important wire stories The Roanoke Times refuses to print

And, best of all, it's FREE, thanks to the advertisers who support it. Each Friday, look for The Sun at Krogers, Wal-Marts, Food Lions, Famous Anthony's and many other locations from Botetourt to Rocky Mount, from Salem to Smith Mountain Lake.

The first issue was released on Friday, Nov. 9 In that issue, you found:
--What's behind the mysterious Byrd Flu?
-- How did Ralph Smith beat Dick Cranwell?
--An exclusive interview with Fox News' Ollie North!
--Why are Bibles being banned from the 2008 Olympics?

In case you're wondering, the name "The Sun" was chosen to keep the publication's orientation pointing to True North: The Son of God, Jesus Christ, in whom all things hold together. It's also a reminder of the truth of Psalm 84:11: For the LORD God is a sun and shield; the LORD bestows favor and honor. No good thing does he withhold from those who walk uprightly.

Look for it Friday. And spread the word to everyone you know who's frustrated with liberal reporting of the local media and to everyone who has a business that needs quality advertising. THE SUN IS RISING!

God bless!

Chris Slone


PS For advertising info, contact

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Breck Girl John Edwards protested in Roanoke yesterday

Presidential lightweight John Edwards made a stop in Roanoke last night, on his "poverty" tour.

Ignoring his hypocricy, many well-dressed and rich Democrats came out to see him.

Although the media kept this secret, he was greeted by some who did not like his hypocricy, per the picture .....

Good Edwards Cartoons

Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Tim Kaine protested in Roanoke today

Gov. Tim (Eyebrow) Kaine was protested by a group of Roanoke-area taxpayers today, as he attended Raleigh Court Elementary School on his "easy listening" tour. He was apparently listening to school kids, rather than taxpayers and voters.

The group took issue with Kaine's campaign promise to not raise taxes, a promise he immediately broke during his first year in office.

Also, one member of the group sat in the Tim Kaine Rocking Chair. The group objects to the fact that Kaine has done nothing while the General Assembly hammered out a Transportation Plan.

Kaine now plans radical changes to it which, if not approved, will trigger a veto.

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Tax it, Tax it, Tax it

At first I thought this was funny...then I realized the awful truth of
it. Be sure to read all the way to the end! And I found a NEW tax a few days ago when I bought tires. Virginia has a $1 tire tax, in addition to the 5% sales tax on tires.......

>Tax his land,
>Tax his bed,
>Tax the table
>At which he's fed.
>Tax his tractor,
>Tax his mule,
>Teach him taxes
>Are the rule.
>Tax his cow,
>Tax his goat,
>Tax his pants,
>Tax his coat.
>Tax his ties,
>Tax his shirt,
>Tax his work,
>Tax his dirt.
>Tax his tobacco,
>Tax his drink,
>Tax him if he
>Tries to think.
>Tax his cigars,
>Tax his beers,
>If he cries, then
>Tax his tears.
>Tax his car,
>Tax his gas,
>Find other ways
>To tax his ass
>Tax all he has
>Then let him know
>That you won't be done
>Till he has no dough.
>When he screams and hollers,
>Then tax him some more,
>Tax him till
>He's good and sore.
>Then tax his coffin,
>Tax his grave,
>Tax the sod in
>Which he's laid.
>Put these words
>Upon his tomb,
>"Taxes drove me
>To my doom..."
>When he's gone,
>Do not relax,
>Its time to apply
>The inheritance tax.
>Accounts Receivable Tax
>Building Permit Tax
>CDL license Tax
>Cigarette Tax
>Corporate Income Tax
>Dog License Tax
>Federal Income Tax
>Federal Unemployment Tax (FUTA)
>Fishing License Tax
>Food License Tax,
>Fuel permit tax
>Gasoline Tax (42 cents per gallon)
>Hunting License Tax
>Inheritance Tax
>Interest expense
>Inventory tax
>IRS Interest Charges IRS Penalties (tax on top of tax)
>Liquor Tax
>Luxury Taxes
>Marriage License Tax
>Medicare Tax
>Property Tax
>Real Estate Tax
>Service charge taxes
>Social Security Tax
>Road usage taxes
>Sales Tax
>Recreational Vehicle Tax
>School Tax
>State Income Tax
>State Unemployment Tax (SUTA)
>Telephone federal excise tax
>Telephone federal universal service fee tax
>Telephone federal, state and local surcharge taxes
>Telephone minimum usage surcharge tax
>Telephone recurring and non-recurring charges tax
>Telephone state and local tax
>Telephone usage charge tax
>Utility Taxes
>Vehicle License Registration Tax
>Vehicle Sales Tax
>Watercraft registration Tax
>Well Permit Tax
>Workers Compensation Tax
>COMMENTS: Not one of these taxes existed 100 years ago,
>And our nation was the most prosperous in the world.
>We had absolutely no national debt, had the largest middle class
>In the world, and Mom stayed home to raise the kids.
>What happened?
>And I still have to "press 1" for English?
>I hope this goes around world 10 times

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Great, daily cartoon strip

I love Mallard Fillmore, a great strip.

You can view it daily, Mon - Fri, at the following link: