What does “Constitutional conservative” mean?

    Maybe you are relatively new to this idea of conservatism.  Maybe you were afraid of conservatives or conservatism because you thought we are just a bunch of greedy, self-centered people.  Maybe you just prefer to ‘stay out of it’, but you have been paying attention to the news of the day and have a new level of “caring” about what happens in the public square.  Maybe you | Read More »

    Time to End Fed’s Dual Mandate of Destruction

    Recent economic reports of Obamanomics have shown dismal GDP growth, rising jobless claims, an anemic dollar, and soaring inflation; all indications of stagflation.  There are two components to stagflation; high unemployment and high inflation.  The unemployment, along with the weak economic growth, is due in large part to Obama’s Keynesian fiscal policy of overtaxing, overspending, over-subsidizing, and over-regulating.  While the profligate spending and corporate welfare | Read More »

    Time to End Fed’s Dual Mandate of Destruction

    Recent economic reports of Obamanomics have shown dismal GDP growth, rising jobless claims, an anemic dollar, and soaring inflation; all indications of stagflation.  There are two components to stagflation; high unemployment and high inflation.  The unemployment, along with the weak economic growth, is due in large part to Obama’s Keynesian fiscal policy of overtaxing, overspending, over-subsidizing, and over-regulating.  While the profligate spending and corporate welfare | Read More »

    Should Defense Cuts Be On the Table?

         With mounting federal debt and record budget deficits, some within the G.O.P.- current elected officials, would be Presidential nominees, and major operatives- have weighed in on ways to cut the budget.  Among them is the often off-limits defense budget.  As many freshman Republican Representatives are finding out, what sounds good in theory is not so good in political reality.  For example, Rep. Scott Rigell, who | Read More »

    Its a matter of Strategy

    Next year Obama plans to take his army of leftist supporters and his bank of one billion dollars around the nation to win a second term. His plan is nearly flawless. On his side of the ledger, he can count on a compliant press, completely and with complicity invested in his presidency. He is the candidate that they created. He is the candidate representing their | Read More »

    GDP Down, Unemployment Up: America’s Falling Economic Star

    Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the royal wedding, the disappointing GDP numbers, higher unemployment and Ben Bernanke. We’re brought to you as always by BigGovernment and Stephen Clouse and Associates. If you’d like to email us, you can do so at coffee[at]newledger.com. We hope you enjoy the | Read More »

    The AFL-CIO, Communism & Right-to-Work in Missouri

    There was a time when Communism was anathema to the U.S. labor movement. However, that ship has long since sailed. In fact, the tide shifted significantly in 1995 when John Sweeney, Richard Trumka and Linda Chavez-Thompson ousted Lane Kirkland and took over the AFL-CIO. Following their ascension to the leadership of America’s only (until 2005) federation of unions, the AFL-CIO dropped its ban of Communist Party members | Read More »

    The AFL-CIO, Communism & Right-to-Work in Missouri

    There was a time when Communism was anathema to the U.S. labor movement. However, that ship has long since sailed. In fact, the tide shifted significantly in 1995 when John Sweeney, Richard Trumka and Linda Chavez-Thompson ousted Lane Kirkland and took over the AFL-CIO. Following their ascension to the leadership of America’s only (until 2005) federation of unions, the AFL-CIO dropped its ban of Communist Party members | Read More »

    Filling in for Neal Boortz

    I’ll be filling in for Neal Boortz again today from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. You can listen live at http://wsbradio.com and call in at 1-877-310-2100. Consider this an open thread.

    Filling in for Neal Boortz

    I’ll be filling in for Neal Boortz again today from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. You can listen live at http://wsbradio.com and call in at 1-877-310-2100. Consider this an open thread.

    Shivering in New England

    We just shivered through another cold Spring 2011 here in New England. This comes after a brutal winter, with frigid temperatures and record amounts of snow. This comes after Al Gore’s ‘global warming’ minions have warned us for years that we may never see cold winters or snow again.   Indeed we have had a string of very cold winters in New England. There have | Read More »

    Morning Briefing for April 29, 2011

    RedState Morning Briefing For April 29, 2011 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. McConnell Should Appoint DeMint to Finance Committee 2. Uncivil War: States’ Attorneys General Rip Into Union-Controlled NLRB in Letter 3. Become a Community Organizer: If You Control the Precincts, You Control the Party

    Morning Briefing for April 29, 2011

    RedState Morning Briefing For April 29, 2011 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. McConnell Should Appoint DeMint to Finance Committee 2. Uncivil War: States’ Attorneys General Rip Into Union-Controlled NLRB in Letter 3. Become a Community Organizer: If You Control the Precincts, You Control the Party

    Superman, Gullible & The Liberalputians

    Didn’t the serial Apologist-in-Chief just get finished trumping the birthers by authenticating his natural American born, eligible-to-be-President-of -the-United-States bona fides, or is that a different super man: After recently undertaking a journey to walk — not fly — across the United States in the “Grounded” storyline and reconnect with the country and everyday Americans, Superman appears to be taking another step that could have major implications for his | Read More »

    The Violent Mobs of Keratea: America’s Future

    A week ago, with little attention from the Trump-obsessed American media, one of the most important stories in the last years of Western Civilization happened in a small town outside of Athens, Greece. After months of rioting and mayhem, Keratea residents agreed to a “truce” with authorities wherein riot police would withdraw from Keratea and cede control of the city to the violent mobs. The | Read More »