Hypocrisy is Not the Word
Amidst the immediate aftermath of last year’s shooting in Tucson, Arizona and this year’s massacre in Aurora, Colorado, some liberal media figures attempted to pin the violence on “right wing extremists,” the Tea Party, and even Sarah Palin. This, despite the fact that it was clear within a few hours of both attacks that the shooters were deranged and had no coherent political motive. Then, | Read More »
Newt Gingrich Tells the Truth About the Palestinian Non-Entity
“The Palestinians are the global warming climate change of geopolitical conflict. They use deceptive parlance to advance their agenda.” Newt Gingrich hit it out of the park with his succinct assessment of the “Palestinian” cause. One of the most incorrigible fallacies pertaining to the Middle East is the notion that the Palestinians are entitled to a state of their own. This fallacy stems from the | Read More »
Proposed Questions for the GOP Debate: Time for Specifics
Although a debate stage with eight candidates is inherently conducive to a circus atmosphere, the debate moderators need to focus on questions which elicit substantive answers to specific policy questions from the candidates. Moreover, the liberal moderators from Politico and NBC should remember that they are overseeing a Republican debate. As such, their questions should stem from conservative premises, and should provoke thoughtful responses from | Read More »
It Works Every Time
Monday Morning open thread.
Andy Harris’s Health Care Request: Who are the Real Hypocrites?
The drive-by media is attempting to gin up political hay for Democrats by accusing Andy Harris of hypocrisy. Last week, Andy Harris asked if he can pre-buy his health coverage from the FEHBP because he was told that he would not be insured until February. In response, the government run Democrat lobby, AFSCME, is calling upon Republicans to opt out of the “government-provided” health care | Read More »
Democrat Media Hosting Republican Presidential Debates
Presidential primary politics has already begun to percolate into the media following the midterm elections. There is now discussion of hosting the first GOP primary debate at the Reagan Library as early as this coming spring. While many conservatives are upset that we are already contemplating debates before the field of candidates is set, I have another bone to pick concerning this development. Politico announced | Read More »