Ann Coulter has completely lost her mind….and apparently so have a lot of conservatives.

    The other day in Iowa, Ann Coulter was the opening act for the latest performance of the Trump three-ring circus. Possibly it was induced by the sheer elation of Trump’s plugging her new book, with the expectation that if she continues to be a camp-follower at future events, people will be bringing copies of her book up for her to autograph. I used to be | Read More »

    On Rick Perry, the Consultant Class, the Press Corps and Getting To The Big Boy Debates

    Given my freely shared, admittedly unsympathetic, opinion of Rick Perry’s 2012 outing, RedState veterans may be surprised to find that he is still my first choice for the 2016 nomination. Actually, he was my preferred choice – far ahead of Mitt Romney, who was my second choice – for 2012; I was one of thousands punching the air in joy when he announced in August | Read More »

    A Principled Argument Dooms Chaffetz’s Internet Gaming Ban Legislation

    Utah is one of two states in America that have no legalized form of gambling — and they want to keep it that way. When Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) 80% (R-Utah) introduced legislation on behalf of Las Vegas casino owner Sheldon Adelson to outlaw the ability of states to legalize Internet gambling, he cited Utah’s opposition to gaming as one of his | Read More »

    McConnell and Boehner plan preemptive surrender to baby killers

    McConnell and Boehner plan preemptive surrender to baby killers

      The atrocities taking place under the roof of Planned Parenthood are nothing short of a full-blown holocaust on the unborn. Over the past few weeks, we have learned that not only are the body parts of aborted babies being harvested for profit—I thought it was just tissue—but in many cases aborted babies are born and kept alive in order to get the freshest product | Read More »

    Russia is a World Cancer.

    I am Alexandr Gavriluk, Ukrainian citizen and I want to speak with you about Russia. You may know about current war between Ukraine and Russia. Yes, we all Ukrainians are extremely thankful for your support for our economic and army and know that without your support we would be Russian slaves at this time. However, you are doing a great mistake when you decide that | Read More »

    It’s More Than Just ‘Evil’, There’s A Malevolence At Work

    It's More Than Just 'Evil', There's A Malevolence At Work

    “I was influenced by Seung–Hui Cho. That’s my boy right there. He got NEARLY double the amount that Eric Harris and Dylann Klebold got…just sayin.'” Bryce Williams, a.k.a. Vester Lee Flanagan—yes he was a troubled man; yes he blamed everyone who reacted negatively to him in the smallest way for propelling him into murder; yes he was a black, gay man who murdered two white, | Read More »

    GOP Presidential Betting Odds: Has the Debate Changed the Equation?

    I have been tracking the Vegas and British odds on the GOP nomination race since March and I updated them in June.  Without getting into the methodology, in the interest of consistency, I use the same three sources (the British odds are a composite of three outlets).  Since there are 16 candidates (I excluded Gilmore), they are divided into four tiers of 4 candidates each | Read More »

    Killed in Airstrike: Top ISIS Hacker On Pentagon Hit List Who Threatened Attacks on US Military

    Twenty-one year old Junaid Hussain, the notorious ISIS hacker from Birmingham, UK who masterminded the terrorist group’s online war, was killed in a US drone strike earlier this week.  Hussain is also linked to the Garland, Texas, draw Mohammed attack. Number three on a Pentagon kill-list, only Jihadi John and ISIS leader al-Baghdadi are higher value targets. Hussain, who also operated under the alias Abu | Read More »

    Quit Publicizing The #WDBJ Killers Snuff Video

    On Wednesday morning Vester Lee Flanagan, who went by Bryce Williams, walked up on Roanoke, Virginia TV station WDBJ reporter Alison Parker and her cameraman Adam Ward as they were doing a live interview with a woman  from the local chamber of commerce and shot them in cold blood killing Parker and Ward and wounding the other woman. Flanagan was a former reporter with the station. By | Read More »

    Democrats Call on Obama to Bring in Muslim Refugees—But not Christians

    By Bob Bennett What is the allure of Islamic immigration to Democrats? First, we have to realize what the Democratic Party is not, and what it actually is. There’s a eureka moment in this realization, because one of the universe’s most profound mysteries is: Why would an entity that depends upon the public’s goodwill consistently take positions that drive average Americans into paroxysms of spitting-up, | Read More »

    Abortion And Fossil Fuels…Are They Joined At The Hip?

    Conservatives and liberal/progressives find themselves in a queer kind of symmetrical stalemate on two key gargantuan public policy issues. I refer to anthropogenic climate change/fossil fuels on one hand, and on the other hand, abortion. These two key issues offset each other as far as being wins or losses for both sides. On climate change conservatives have the edge by virtue of the fact that | Read More »

    #AllLivesMatter, Folks

    #AllLivesMatter, Folks

    Friends, we need to talk. If you’re like most Americans, you’ve been following the tragic story coming out of Virginia this morning. I’m absolutely heartbroken. To think of the family members and friends who literally watched their loved ones gunned down on live TV is almost more than I can bear. But why are we grieving over these young lives that were tragically cut short? | Read More »

    The American dream! Jimmy Carter ??

    In 1976 Like many students I was full of excitement for the future to unfold,  Many students who recently graduated from college wanted a part of the American dream everyone bragged  about while growing up, My president at that time was newly elected Jimmy Carter an inspiring democrat 2 term senator , successful  Peanut farmer and Governor of Georgia, who was best known for his | Read More »

    Votivation – The New Walking Around Money

    Seton Motley beat me to the punch, but I want to expand on his excellent post.  There is a 24×7 war in full force and effect over the hearts and minds of voters.  Sites like this one and the Huffington Post are mostly geared toward like-minded people.  What Robert Epstein has studied, and we should pay attention to, is the political playbook geared toward the | Read More »

    Your Message Incites Violence – Call Off The Thugs, Trump

    Two brothers were arrested in South Boston last week after allegedly beating a homeless Hispanic man. Because, Trump.  Scott and Steve Leader face multiple charges over the incident which , according to one of the brothers, was done because “Donald Trump was right, all these illegals need to be deported.”  Understand, the Leader brothers were well known among law enforcement prior to this latest matter.  The | Read More »

    Ted Cruz on Birthright Citizenship

    I believe Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 100% to be the most Reaganesque candidate.  By that I mean the most articulate on conservative principles, and the one most likely to rebuild the Reagan voting coalition that won two landslide presidential victories. But his position on birthright citizenship and the 14th Amendment is troubling. Briefly the 14th Amendment was ratified to ensure newly freed | Read More »

    Trump will NOT apologize for retweeting ‘Megyn Kelly is a bimbo.’ – “Look, I know bimbos when I see one. I married three of them”

    The war between Trump and FOX took an oddly different and dark  turn the other day. Displaying a near-childlike inability to “let sleeping dogs lie,” Trump welcomed back Megyn Kelly from vacation with a series of Tweets deriding her top-rated show. Trump poured fuel on the fire by retweeting a supporter’s post that said of Kelly, “The bimbo is back.” Until this latest exchange, it | Read More »

    Dreadful Noise and Loathsome Silence

    Dreadful Noise and Loathsome Silence

    “And in the naked light I saw Ten thousand people maybe more. People talking without speaking, People hearing without listening, People writing songs that voices never share And no one dare Disturb the sound of silence.” Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel, of the eponymous folk music group, released “The Sound of Silence” in October 1964—the blessed year and month of my own birth—as part of | Read More »

    With Friends Like These- Harold Ickes- Part 2

    In the previous entry, I showed how Harold Ickes wormed his way into the Clinton inner circle and became a key operative in the White House and the 1996 reelection effort.  During that time, he gravitated towards Hillary and became a close friend.  His association with unions infiltrated with organized crime were essentially covered up by the Clinton White House in the case of the | Read More »

    Protected: Trump is getting scary – I’ll take Carson

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    Why Donald trump is right about anchor babies and the 14th amendment.

    The state may not take the children as its own, leaving the parents with an untenable Hobson’s choice and the children without parents.

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    Is the Mainstream Media (and Fox News) in the tank for Trump?

    If you watched Fox News or Fox Business Channel anytime between 5 and 6 pm CT tonight (8/25), a familiar face appeared live: Donald Trump holding a campaign rally in Dubuque, IA. If it seems the Trump campaign gets more extensive coverage than any other GOP campaign, there is data to substantiate this.  The Media Research Center confirmed that from Aug 7-20, nightly newscasts of | Read More »

    China is Not a Free Market

    China has constructed an apparent free market which has attracted investors from around the world. The Shanghai skyline is a brilliant testament to the opportunities available in China, however its glare can obscure the risks of investing in a Communist-ruled regime. The stock markets Beijing allowed to be built may work when everything is perfect, but once problems develop, they turn out to be merely alluring and carefully-painted images | Read More »

    Service Dog Lawsuit Cost Small Illinois School District $95K To Settle

    Kellsey and Jasper at Sherrard school, photo provided by McGuire family At Tuesday nights school board meeting the Sherrard school board(in Western Illinois) voted to settle a lawsuit brought by the McGuire family against the district over the treatment the McGuire’s daughter Kellsey and her service dog Jasper received.  A state administrative hearing officer had previously ruled that the district had | Read More »

    In Defense of Birthright Citizenship

    Donald Trump brought it up, but it is hardly a new contentious topic with immigration reform- birthright citizenship.  For those who argue against it, much of the argument is rooted in ignorance of the history and a tendency to see things in terms of black and whites.  Such is not the case.  For the first 100 years of this country’s Constitutional existence, there was no | Read More »

    Eye Opening

    In 2012 I voted for Gary Johnson,       Looking back at the whole thing I really regret it. My father told me I was throwing my vote away, that I was supporting a radical change in America on the notion of principle. I voted on my ideals and principles rather than pragmatism. Gary Johnson barely recovered 1% of the total vote, and at | Read More »

    The Donald’s Hidden Tattoos…What Does It Mean?

    Sorry to bait you in this way but Donald Trump can’t possibly have any tattoos, and in a moment you’ll see why. This post is an explanation of this crazy two- decades old cultural phenomenon of skyrocketing tattoo use in America and you have to understand the hidden emotional drivers behind it. First, think back to a saner time in America, pre-1960s say, when the | Read More »

    Trump’s Border Ruffians and Twain’s War Prayer

    Trump's Border Ruffians and Twain's War Prayer

    Mark Twain wrote with enormous sentiment about a great patriotic movement, as “a fluttering wilderness of flags flashed in the sun.”  Thus is the receiving line of the disaffected for Donald Trump, of whom legend and song shall be duly recorded in history. Leading in the polls, standing tall above all the other GOP candidates, indeed above Her Majesty Hillary Clinton, whose shine has turned to | Read More »

    Register that Lawn Mower

    The Environmental Policy Alliance has released a new ad detailing the absurdity of new Environmental Protection Agency rules that will outlaw everyday activities like cutting your grass.  It is worth your time. Under communist-rule in Romania, citizens were expected to register their typewriters to ensure anyone writing material against the state could be tracked.  It appears that we are heading down a similar track but | Read More »

    Top 10 Most Unfortunate Named Candidates

    In recognition of the 15-year-old North Carolina sophomore “Deez Nuts” the teen presidential candidate, we decided to step away from research to take a look back at other political candidate names that inspired a chuckle.   1) Young Boozer  |  The 39th State Treasurer of Alabama.   2) Janelle A. Lawless  |  Former chief judge of the 30th Circuit Court in Ingham County, Michigan.   3) | Read More »

    The Real Economic Crisis Is Our Culture

    (Photo: Joe Raedle, Getty Images) The real challenge of economic growth is not changes to taxes or regulation, as important as those policies are. It is not innovation and education, even though both are necessary and important. The economic problems will not be resolved through legal or government reforms, although without those reforms the prospect of economic growth is slim. At the root, our economic | Read More »

    Washington Post op-ed: Black votes should count more than whites’

    Washington Post op-ed: Black votes should count more than whites'

    The idea of reparations for the descendants of slaves has been a topic of discussion in the far-left wing of the Democrat party for years, and there have even been rumblings that Obama might push for such an idea in 2016 before he leaves office. While the likelihood of reparations becoming reality is debatable, there remains no lack of ideas for ways to make America | Read More »

    Dear Donald: Stop for now attacking the other candidates, and focus on the REAL enemies, Boehner and McConnell

    Donald Trump has a unique opportunity in the next 5 weeks to further shake up the GOP race, and to increase his support among the GOP base. Trump’s been busy attacking everyone and anything. That’s politics. As one wag  put it over 100 years ago, “politics ain’t beanbag.” And his attacks are having some success. After first vowing to ignore “Mr. Trump,” Jeb Bush has | Read More »

    What’s Behind the Continual Appeal of Ben Carson?

    To many on the Left, Ben Carson remains an enigma.  Most of the attention on the “outsider” candidates focuses on two other people for different reasons.  With Donald Trump, it is his personality and ego and over-the-top statements.  Almost self-describing himself as the anti-PC candidate, his rhetoric could be rude and his tone nasty.  That appeals to some people who dress it up as, “He | Read More »

    Marita Noon: Oil’s down, gasoline isn’t. What’s up?

    This year, several unexpected maintenance issues happened in the spring. Other refineries worked overtime to make up the shortage. That, plus low crude prices, means that many refiners didn’t shutdown for the usual spring turnaround. Fuel News notes, potential profit encouraged refiners to “get while the getting’s good.”

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    The Republican Party Needs To Change

    The Republican Party Needs To Change

    “I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.” Never did Thomas Jefferson realize that his remark to John Adams would carry so much significance today; applying to a broken political system with ever-increasing polarization and gridlock. Over the past few years, Americans have had to dream of a Congress that would work again, that actually had the best interests | Read More »

    Vulnerable Sen. Mark Kirk Maybe Be Replaced By Rep. Adam Kinzinger

    [mc_name name='Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL)' chamber='senate' mcid='K000360' ] and [mc_name name='Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL)' chamber='house' mcid='K000378' ] Illinois Republican Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL) 17% is the most vulnerable of all incumbent Republicans anywhere in the country.  All of the political predictors, forecasters, political observers, and race handicappers agree on this and have for some time.  Illinois is a | Read More »

    No Reason for Gun Advocate Groups

      I receive daily updates from a conglomerate of gun advocate organizations and clubs. I quickly learned that gun clubs, like other political and semi-political groups, thrive on sensationalism—there’s never a shortage of crises. Bloomberg works tirelessly through the night concocting plans to register firearms, Congress talks about nothing but banning “assault weapons,” and the U.N. meets monthly to talk about ways to impose a | Read More »

    The Next President will be Trump or a Democrat

    It is very likely that the next President will either be Donald Trump or whoever wins the Democratic nomination. If you see a problem with my logic, please let me know. But it seems to me that most of the election scenarios have a similar outcome – Trump or a Democrat in the White House in 2017.

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    Hillary Clinton Not Only Email Scandal in Town

    The Hillary Clinton email scandal is not the only game in town.  A new report by the the Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal),  entitled Private Interests & Public Office: Coordination Between Governors, the Obama White House and the Tom Steyer-“Founded and Funded” Network of Advocacy Groups to Advance the “Climate” Agenda (and an appendix of source documents), reveals a vast, coordinated, three-track effort by public officials and | Read More »

    How Google Can Rig Everything in Washington, D.C. – and All Around the World

    Let us ponder for a moment who and what Google is. Google has made tens of billions of dollars – being all up in your business. Uber-efficiently doing what governments the world over have for centuries only at best bumblingly attempted – accumulating reams and reams of data on millions and millions of people. Google is a private company. These millions of people voluntarily use | Read More »

    Welcome to California

    Forget the wildfires and the drought, California’s biggest problems are on paper.  California has sunk so low that it did not even make CNBC’s Top States to Live 2015 list.  A deadly combination of ecological destruction and seemingly senseless lawmakers has doomed the west-coast state.  From welfare to immigration, liberal and socialist policies have turned the formerly glamorous state of California into a living hell. | Read More »

    Where Have You Gone, Marco Rubio?

    By most accounts, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 92% was the nominal winner of the Republican debate held earlier this month.  There were no break out stars from the prime time debate with Carly Fiorina being the obvious star from the earlier debate/forum.  This writer has watched and re-watched the debate and has to conclude that if I had to pick a winner, | Read More »

    Hold on! Wait just a sec! THIS is supposed to be a BIG F***IN’ Deal?

    A little travellin’ music for our Democrat friends… “Say it ain’t so, Joe!” More and more Democrats, in a near panic about Hillary’s plunging polls, and the ever increasing email ( and other) scandals, have suddenly convinced themselves that Biden’s Biden’s been observed the last week or so, walking around with a wistful, yet somewhat whimsical expression on his face, humming an old Clash | Read More »

    Looking for answers in HillaryGate?

    Hillary set up an illegal server. She claims never to have read any classified materials. What did she do all those years? Lounge on the beach. Even if she didn’t read anything, and quite honestly I can believe it, she still set up a honey pot server and the world had access to America’s top secrets. Who knows what else they gained from this info. | Read More »

    Of The Currant Citizenship Controversy

    On one side we have those proclaiming “Birthright Citizenship” or jus sanguinis as the law of the land here in the United States, an unconditional basis for citizenship as such as anyone born in this territory has citizenship. However, “Birthright Citizenship” is not actually “Birthplace Citizenship” or jus soli and ought not to be confused with jus sanguinis as is this side of the debate. | Read More »

    Is Scott Walker a Racist?

    As this campaign heats up, accusations will be flying from the Left in an attempt to tear down the eventual GOP nominee for President.  One such accusation that caught this reader’s eye involved Scott Walker being racist.  I endured about ten articles from Leftist websites on this issue.  Since becoming Governor of Wisconsin, Walker has undid years of Democratic/Leftist chicanery in Wisconsin.  This attack on | Read More »

    For the Dual Citizens Among Us: Doing it Right in Greenwich Village

    If Political Issue #1 for the evangelical Christian is Life, and we are surrounded by a culture of Death, and we are forbidden to employ weapons of the flesh (including “anger, wrath, malice, slander, and obscene talk (Col. 3:8)”, cursing, and vengeance) to destroy its strongholds, and yet we will be scoffed at if we so much as quote a Bible verse, then how can | Read More »

    Ranking the GOP Candidates by their Ability to Win the General Election

    Ranking the GOP Candidates by their Ability to Win the General Election

    If you look on the surface, one might think that the polls indicate that Donald Trump is the best candidate to go up against the Democrats in the general election. As history has shown, the ability to get support within one’s own party is not always an indicator of ability to win in the general election. In fact, one can argue that either Rick Santorum | Read More »

    #ProtestPP draws Granite State crowds

    #ProtestPP draws Granite State crowds

    The nationwide #ProtestPP event  held on August 22 included five scheduled demonstrations in New Hampshire. The largest was in Manchester, where 175 people gathered to call for an end to public funding of Planned Parenthood and an end to PP’s business in abortion and the procurement of fetal body parts. Just before the protests began, the Center for Medical Progress announced an eighth video documenting abusive | Read More »