Obama Administration Negotiating on Behalf of Iran

    Obama Administration Negotiating on Behalf of Iran

    If there was any remaining doubt at all about who’s side Obama is on, this should eliminate it.  An Iranian journalist who previously managed Hassan Rouhani’s public relations defected to the West during the nuclear talks in Lausanne, Switzerland. Amir Hossein Motaghi: “The US negotiating team R mainly there to speak on Iran’s behalf” http://t.co/BkOlJvl8GI — Haya Eytan (@TeachESL) March 29, 2015 Amir Hossein Motaghi | Read More »

    It is time for a constitutional amendment to limit a president to one (1) four year elected term

    The framers intended our system of government to have three separate, but equal branches: executive, legislative, and judicial. In the last 75 years, the federal government ( the executive) has greatly expanded in both size and scope, and now intrudes daily into the life of every American. In addition we have seen how an out-of control president can willfully ignore,  if not flout, the Constitutional | Read More »

    Sister Apple, Sister Pig: An Abortion-Indoctrination Children’s Book

    Sister Apple, Sister Pig:  An Abortion-Indoctrination Children's Book

    Art imitates life, then life imitates art, but “artist” Mary Walling Blackburn has written a children’s book so ghoulish as to inspire the worst dystopian nightmares our society has ever dreamed. The book is called “Sister Apple, Sister Pig,” it’s published by e-flux, and available as an e-book, for free.  The book tackles a topic not usually discussed with small children:  abortion. In the book, little | Read More »

    Speech Police: “Dear Politicians, Stop Calling People ‘Taxpayers’”

    The New Republic recently went through an internal overhaul in order to stay relevant, and the recent drivel that was written shows that it wasn’t for the better. Last week, there was an article written called, “”Dear Politicians, Stop Calling People ‘Taxpayers’”, in which the author proposes to eliminate the word “taxpayer” from everyday lexicon because it favors those who pay taxes. You can’t make | Read More »

    Google’s ties to the White House

    A weekly meeting with the White House goes a long way. As I’ve written on numerous occasions, Google’s intrusion into the power structures of Washington over the past five years is something we ought to keep an eye on. Specifically, Google’s escape from the Federal Trade Commission’s 2012 antitrust investigation into its practices of influencing searches to promote its own products serves as Exhibit A | Read More »

    Jettison the Empire to Save the Republic 2015

    In 1951 President Harry Truman ignored the advice of General Douglas MacArthur who rightly perceived that it was China that was the real threat. Truman fired MacArthur and doomed American troops to a limited war which dragged on for two more years.  Then when General Ridgeway and his meat grinder defense had bled the Chinese white, President Eisenhower refused to mount an offense and claim | Read More »

    Pro-Life Ohioans to a Point

    Pro-Life Ohioans to a Point

      From the diaries… Discussions regarding fetal personhood are unfortunately never-ending. In some minds, questions persist on life’s beginnings, what ‘quality of life’ is acceptable, and what crimes should unquestionably be “rectified” through (a second crime of) abortion. Recent legislation in the Ohio House of Representatives is focusing on specific restrictions on abortions which, surprisingly, not all pro-lifers support. On Wednesday, the Ohio House of | Read More »

    After conquering the US, Barack Obama now seeks to become King of the World

    Earlier this week I wrote about President Obama seeking to validate his Nobel Prize as one possible motivation behind his moves with Iran.  Of all the options I think that option has risen to the top.  It seems clear now what is happening.  The Nobel Prize is only the first step.  Now that Barack Obama has ruled the United States for six years with impunity | Read More »


          Nothing reveals the extreme bias of the liberal press and media more than their assessment of  (R-TX) after he entered the Republican Primary for President. While the similarity of his and Barack Obama’s background, experience and family roots are amazing, it was completely ignored by both mediums.. Each was born outside the United States to parents of mixed national backgrounds. Obama’s father | Read More »

    Using Immigration to Destroy America

      The article, Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota is responsible for the Somali chaos in St. Cloud , points out the foolish policy that will negatively affect Minnesota for decades to come. “That supposedly ‘Christian’ charitable organization is directly responsible for the high Somali numbers in St. Cloud, and they are jointly responsible for bringing over ten thousand Somalis from around the world to colonize | Read More »

    The Real Reason for Hillary’s Forbidden Words

    Hillary Clinton has decreed that certain words must not be applied to her. The ostensible reason is that these words express sexism, and let me remind you that sexism means “having the wrong attitude about women.” I have never heard the word sexism used to disparage a woman’s lustful or scornful description of a man. Hillary did not personally author the decree, of course, but | Read More »

    They Never Eat Their Words

    They Never Eat Their Words

    It’s not even remotely satisfying to witness the Obama administration and its media minions repeatedly spew maniacal, spittle-flecked pablum only to have those words served up cold and congealed for them to consume.  Because the Left never eats its words. On June 6, 2014, Susan Rice—head cheerleader for the “I’ll read any talking point” squad—told CNN, “I realize there has been lots of discussion and | Read More »

    Dark clouds hang above Nigeria’s Christians – and nobody cares

    Dark clouds hang above Nigeria’s Christians – and nobody cares

    Following the Paris terror attacks, liberal media’s penchant to sweep under the rug the tragedies of Christians falling victim to jihadists and Muslim fundamentalism and rush to the defense of Islam as a “religion of peace” has been pushed into overdrive. Even more worrying though is the conservative media’s silence in exposing the real tragedies that have befallen Christians around the world. Make no mistake, | Read More »

    Holding Leviathan by the Tail: A Story of Republicans and Same-Sex “Marriage”

    How do people who claim to fear Leviathan think you can put a tether on him just one more time and then drop him back in the sea? This is a question that should, but apparently does not, occur to the signatories of a now-infamous amicus curiae brief submitted to the Supreme Court. Hundreds of nominally-conservative or –libertarian political consultants, campaign buffoons, and political activists | Read More »

    The Continued Madness of Marcotte

    This diary entry largely has to deal with another article’s assertions about conservatives needing some rudimentary sex education.  That article was penned by Amanda Marcotte who fancies herself an “expert” on all things sexual.  Titled “Six Conservatives Who Desperately Need a High School Sex Ed Class,” it lists some interesting points from around the country starting with a state representative (I believe in Missouri) questioning | Read More »

    Erick Erickson issued a major challenge to Cruz, Paul, and Rubio. Which one took him up on it?

    Erick Erickson issued a major challenge to Cruz, Paul, and Rubio. Which one took him up on it?

    Okay, so the title is just gut-driven conjecture on my part, but I do have some evidence for it. One March 25, Erickson published this front page post: Cruz, Paul, and Rubio — Time to Lead In which he wrote: Senate Republicans think they have push through a budget that does not manage spending, funds Obamacare, and contemplates the Obamacare tax increases. In fact, the budget | Read More »

    2016: A Call for a Team Approach

    This week’s blog is inspired by informed reader and long time friend Dick Greenwood of South Carolina. The premise: When the Democrats search for someone other than Hillary as a nominee or spokesman, the cupboard is bare. The risk with Republicans is that they have so many well qualified potential candidates that the media will be able to orchestrate a “war of attrition” if they focus | Read More »

    The First Presidential Candidate Arrives, and We’re Already Going About It the Wrong Way

    The First Presidential Candidate Arrives, and We're Already Going About It the Wrong Way

    , former Solicitor General of Texas, has barely stepped into the empty presidential ring and media narrative is judging presidential candidacy for all the wrong things. The buzz is about a “big-money crisis” and being “completely unelectable” or lacking “experience” and “eligibility” and “likability” as the party and media establishments alike chomp on their cigars in search of the one who will draw the most bets and bring | Read More »

    Sweet Meteor of Death…Missed It By THAT Much

    Sweet Meteor of Death...Missed It By THAT Much

    In the “extinction-level event” department, asteroid 2014-YB35 will (likely) not hit Earth tomorrow.  It’s going to miss us by a measly 2.4 million miles.  That’s about 10 times the orbit radius of the Moon, and 1/10th the distance between Earth and Venus (1/20th the distance to Mars).  In astronomical terms, it’s a close miss. We should celebrate tomorrow as Extinction Avoidance Day.  Possible appropriate events | Read More »

    Why the GOP Should Fear Al Gore in 2016

    Re-posted from The Blaze Al Gore says he is not running for president (yet) and that’s good news for the GOP. With support for Hillary Clinton’s nascent presidential bid rapidly declining among Democrats, influential Vox writer, Ezra Klein, recently birthed an amusing scenario with his widely reported piece titled, “Al Gore should run for president.” Given Klein’s main premise — “climate change is an existential | Read More »

    I am a number 2 pencil

    I am a number 2 pencil. I am a classic. I have been used to fill in the circles on standardized tests. I have done countless hours of homework, and letters to Grandma. I have been used, by the Russians, to write in space. (NASA, by default, found me too low tech. So they spent millions designing a pen that will write inverted, and in zero-gravity). I | Read More »

    Flank Attack! The Danger of ‘Big Little Government’

    For a long time, ‘local control’ has been a major tenet of the conservative movement… Now, before someone brands me a heretic for even daring to discuss the subject & suggest that it might be changing, all I ask is that you hear me out. I recognize that those with strong libertarian impulses are going to disagree with the points I make here, because they | Read More »

    Parents: Get Rid of Islamic Infiltration by Libya, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia via Common Core in your state

    “Where did Common Core come from?” is a question I often hear from parents in every state I’ve visited as I travel the country speaking about the Islamic infiltration of America. Because in 2014-2015 America, public school students via Common Core are: Public school sponsored trips to mosques via taxpayer expense, girls must wear head scarves (Colorado parents complain), Debating whether or not the Holocaust was | Read More »

    Screw Your Cotton Courage, Congress: Impeach the Lawbreaker

    How many times must America hear that President Obama has broken our laws before Congress does its job? How many breaks will it take til they know that too many laws have been broke? How many lies will he tell til they know that too many lies have been told? How many deaths will it take ’til Congress actually acts, instead of going on FOX | Read More »

    Obama Revealed Israel’s Nuclear Secrets

    Obama Revealed Israel's Nuclear Secrets

    Israel’s nuclear secrets are now declassified by the U.S. government.  Wait, what?  How was this missed by the media? Did Israel make the first move when it provided details of U.S. negotiations with Iran to Congress, or was it really the U.S. who made the first move against the Zionist Entity Israel? It appears that the Obama administration struck first. In early February, the Defense Department | Read More »

    Give Cruz a Chance

    In the past few days, I have read with some amusement and amazement reactions to the announced Presidential candidacy of .  Much of the “criticism” is coming from the Right.  Before a speech has been made on the actual campaign trail, before a single dollar has been raised, before a single debate, before a single baby has been kissed, some have dismissed his chances already. | Read More »

    Dan Barker, Freedom From Religion Foundation: Religion Harms Equality, Women’s/Gay Rights

    On Wednesday evening the Northern Illinois University Secular Student Alliance had the co-president of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Dan Barker, as their guest speaker. During a more than hour-long talk about religion, atheism, the work of the FFRF, and the establishment clause of the First Amendment Barker said in part that the students in attendance and his organization cared about the “inequality and the | Read More »

    Joe Walsh: Amnesty Could Get Rep. Adam Kinzinger(R-IL) Primaried Like Eric Cantor

    At Tuesday’s LaSalle county Tea Party meeting former congressman Joe Walsh talked about congressman ‘s support for amnesty and how that could lead to him being primaried the way was in 2014. As the night unfolded several people lobbied Walsh to be the person that challenges Kinzinger.   Kinzinger is a Boehner yes man, and has voted repeatedly in favor of President Obama’s executive amnesty.

    Finally: An Actress Who Refuses to Apologize to Radical Feminists

    Actresses these days haven’t given me much of a chance to cheer for them. Just when they begin to make common sense arguments about gender in society, they turn right back around and apologize for them. The first case in point: Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting. I was ready to make “The Big Bang Theory” star my new hero this past January. In an interview with Redbook magazine, | Read More »

    RE: UVA Rape Scandal: Quiet Vindication? by kimberly_ross

    If you haven’t read it, please read the post by kimberly_ross. It’s excellent. My post here is a rant against all of those involved with the Rolling Stone piece. There is a whole lot of blame to go around regarding this story. First is “Jacky”. If she was a legitimate victim, then her lying about this event leaves a brutal rapist ready to strike at | Read More »

    UVA Rape Scandal: Quiet Vindication?

    UVA Rape Scandal: Quiet Vindication?

      From the diaries… We cannot be so eager to protect one segment of the population, at the expense of another, simply to prop up a narrative. This behavior not only assigns more worth to one side, regardless of evidence, but weakens claims of legitimate victims. Such is the case with the well-known University of Virginia rape accusation. While the alleged incident took place in | Read More »

    Common Core: Designed For Failure

    In my previous article, I tried to illustrate the origins of Common Core and why it will ultimately fail.  In this entry, I wish to demonstrate how detrimental Common Core is since it does a serious disservice to students and teachers initially, then parents and ultimately taxpayers and society in general. The obvious fault lies in the fact that this is being held out as | Read More »

    O’Reilly Plays Stupid Regarding Obama’s Transformation Threats

    President Obama speculated that mandatory voting would be transformative in nature. But in the analysis of this policy under consideration, Bill O’Reilly instead decided to spoof and lampoon the President’s most profound reason for making this suggestion. “Transformative” is a euphemism invoked in support of mob rule and the socialistic redistribution of resources and property. Instead of warning the American people as to this danger, | Read More »

    Follow the Money: Tax Season 2015

    Follow the Money: Tax Season 2015

    It’s that time of year again—the annual scramble of organizing pay stubs and receipts and last minute trips to the post office, all reminders of how much of your hard earned income goes to the government. That’s right, it’s tax season. And while the real numbers on your W-4 might reflect a percentage that makes you queasy, the costs of tax preparation can make you | Read More »

    The closing of Leon’s mind…… and thread?

    Now I know what to get Leon for Christmas…a copy of Allan Bloom’s book. I’ve been on RS a few years..first time I ever saw a thread shut down. Is he self-suspending his account? ???? Doesn’t seem the right way to facilitate a debate/discourse..    

    Looters and Thieves Playing Insurance Lotto

    Looters and Thieves Playing Insurance Lotto

    A young dealmaker who fashioned himself to be a fusion of Jordan Belfort and Warren Buffett decided to buy a few insurance companies, and use their marketable assets (known as surplus) to make himself some moe-nay. This kid, Alexander Chatfield Burns, cheated his way under the A-head in the Wall Street Journal when his mini-empire collapsed around his head, while he made a hasty exit through | Read More »

    Cause and effect. Why we need a constitutional convention

    Headline today on the drudge report FEMA toys with denying disaster funds for states that doubt global warming… Headline in the Washington Times article that links to is FEMA targets climate change skeptic governors, could withhold funding New rules put Rick Scott, Bobby Jindal, Chris Christie, Pat McCrory, Greg Abbott in bind The typical reaction is that we need more government intervention to protect us | Read More »

    FCC Net Neutrality Ideology Out of Step with Internet Reality

    “Today, we celebrate the first glorious anniversary of the Information Purification Directives. We have created, for the first time in all history, a garden of pure ideology—where each worker may bloom, secure from the pests purveying contradictory truths. Our Unification of Thoughts is more powerful a weapon than any fleet or army on earth. We are one people, with one will, one resolve, one cause. | Read More »

    A New Approach – To Finally End an Old Farm Bill Problem

    The Farm Bill is a bane of we Conservatives’ existence – and Reality-based policy making. It is a relic of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR)’s horrendously failed New Deal – a top-down, central-planning nightmare mess. And over the last eighty-plus years, FDR’s heinous domestic policy has gone global. A worldwide farm market has arisen. We no longer just grow for ourselves. We sell all over | Read More »

    Common Core: The Background

    If there is one thing that has united conservatives and liberals, it is opposition to Common Core.  Both sides oppose it for different reasons.  On the Left, the opposition is practical while on the Right the opposition is philosophical and, in some cases, practical.  The Left opposes Common Core because it offends a key constituency of that group- teachers and teacher unions.  Part and parcel | Read More »

    Mandatory Voting Means More Money, Not Less

    While speaking in Cleveland about the importance of middle class economics the President said that “It would be transformative if everybody voted — that would counteract money more than anything.”  In fact, exactly the opposite is true.  If you want to reduce the amount of money involved in politics, make it harder to vote. I ran for State Representative in 2014.  I was holding a | Read More »

    Rather Than Pillory Candidate Ted Cruz, Convince Us Yours Is Better

    Although I don’t wish to wade into the now-busy airspace surrounding the merits or demerits of ‘s newly minted presidential run–a sensible example of the latter having been posited by Charles Cooke over at National Review–I do want to add a note nonetheless regarding the inevitable criticisms of inbound candidates. It’s been interesting over the last 24 hours gauging the reactions of the myriad corners | Read More »

    What Part of “Death to America” Doesn’t President Obama Understand?

    The supreme religious leader of Iran has once again called for “death to America”.  He is reiterating what has been the official line of the Iranian theocracy since the revolution in 1979.  Nothing has changed. Apologists for Iran and the wishful thinkers in this administration have tried to convince themselves and us that the election of a “moderate” as the secular leader of Iran signals | Read More »

    The End of Specialty License Plates?

    The End of Specialty License Plates?

    What if the government made you rent a signboard from them—forced you to have it with you at all times, and then charged you for the privilege to put whatever message you want on it?  What if the government then said that signboard was really theirs, and they had the right to approve or deny what you wanted to place on the signboard? This isn’t | Read More »

    Objections to Cruz’ Candidacy Answered

    I think the main objections to as a presidential candidate can be boiled down to the following two: lacks the necessary executive experience needed to lead effectively as president is too conservative and controversial to win in the general election Executive Experience This is basically a trust issue.  The objection can be restated “Do I trust this candidate to preside in a way the moves | Read More »

    Is Obama’s disdain for Netanyahu designed to forestall an Israeli strike on the Iranian nuke sites.

    Much has been written of late about Obama’s behavior towards Netanyahu.  Just the other day, we heard  talk that the administration would begin to “reassess” the relationship with Israel. Yes, Obama is both petty and petulant, and worked overtime to try and oust Bibi from office. But the comments and actions coming from the White House are so out of proportion to Bibi’s supposed “faux | Read More »

    What happened to the “Last Mile”?

    The term “Net Neutrality” was coined by Columbia Professor Tim Wu in 2003. Net Neutrality originally referred to management of the “last mile” of the network over which data flows into a person’s home, but the debate has grown beyond that in recent years. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decided on February 26th to apply utility style regulations to the Internet by reclassifying it as | Read More »

    Marita Noon: Oil and gas exports—one policy change, many benefits

    “Why can’t we export crude oil and natural gas?” you might ask—especially when the U.S. can export refined petroleum products such as gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel. The NYT explains: “In 2011, the country pivoted from being the world’s largest importer of petroleum products to becoming one of the leading exporters.” At that point, for the first time in 21 years, refined petroleum became our number one export product—though Pritzker never mentioned that.

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    AWOL Government? ISIS Recruiting Online At Faster Rate Than Are Being Killed On The Ground

    ISIS has been using Twitter for years. Hamas, Hezbollah, al Qaeda, al-Nusra Front and other terrorist groups are all on Twitter. U.S. (R-TX), chairman of the House Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade and member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee is deeply concerned about terrorists’ online presence. On January 27, Poe’s subcommittee held a hearing on terrorists’ use of social media, during which experts | Read More »

    The FCC Delivers the Latest Dose of Obama Cronyism

    The huge-er government gets – the greater its ability to deliver cronyism goodies. The bigger the wallet government has – the larger the regulatory hammer it wields – the more Crony Socialism it can dispense. Remember when President Barack Obama said this? “We’re going to punish our enemies and reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us.” The Obama | Read More »