Dallas, We Have A Problem. Or Maybe It’s Just an Anomoly?

    Later today the CDC will advise whether Patient #1 does indeed have Ebola. In case you missed it, a nurse using full protective equipment while treating Patient Zero aka as Mr. Duncan that died last week, tested positive for Ebola based upon a test performed in Austin. The CDC will do a test in Atlanta to confirm or refute the results. She was self-monitoring herself and upon | Read More »

    Even the French are Fleeing High Taxes

    Last week, I wrote about the population shift from the northeastern states to other parts of the country due to the high taxation. It seems that the Yankees aren’t the only ones concerned enough with crushing taxes that they are willing to relocated — the French are too. From the Independent: “France’s unemployment rate is hovering around 10 per cent. As for high-earners, almost 600 | Read More »

    Midterm Elections in Illinois

    Besides the congressional races, we have a gubernatorial and Senate race in Illinois this year.  As for the Governor’s race, incumbent Democrat Pat Quinn is probably the most unpopular governor seeking reelection this year.  He is running against Bruce Rauner who looked like a shoo-in a few months ago, but has slipped of late.  This may be indicative of Illinois politics in general which tend | Read More »

    Dennis Richardson Can Win the Oregon Governor’s Race If He Adjusts His Strategy

    Over the past few years, I’ve become a fan of writer David Horowitz and like his recent book, “Take No Prisoners.” I recommend this short read as it summarizes a realistic approach Republicans should take to win larger political campaigns. The essence of the book is we must aim for the heart instead of the head. Horowitz talks about how the Republican base loves to | Read More »

    Is Social Conservatism Dead?

    On October 6 The Supreme Court Of The United States refused to take up the challenge of 5 states who were defending their 10th amendment right to uphold Marriage as it has always been understood. The result? The number of states that are now being compelled to recognize this radically different form of Marriage is up to 30(3 states are still contesting it). In these | Read More »

    Individual Liberty? Not So Much!

    Private-sector unions have a tough time sustaining themselves in right-to-work states.  In traditional union strongholds like Illinois and Michigan, employees can be compelled to join the union and pay the associated dues as a condition of employment, so if one gets the job, union membership comes with it. This arrangement takes the performance pressure off of unions.  In contrast, unions in right-to-work states have to | Read More »

    Midterm Races in Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas

    In Nebraska, there is an open Senate and gubernatorial race.  In the Governor’s race, Republican incumbent Dave Heineman is term-limited.  Pete Ricketts won the crowded GOP primary with only 26% of the vote and by the smallest margin- 1 percentage point- in 92 years.  In some states, this would send up red flags, but not in deeply red Nebraska.  Ricketts’ Democratic incumbent will be Chuck | Read More »


    The once haute couture No Drama Obama has fumbled his way to the “What me worry?” of Alfred E. Newman. After almost five full years of the coolest, smartest, least prepared president America has ever had it has become obvious, even to the Corporations Once Known as the Mainstream Media, that except for efforts to transform America into a Social Democracy we are rudderless. In | Read More »

    The Politics of Envy and Victimhood

    The Politics of Envy and Victimhood

    The Mideast being what it is, nobody ever comes out a clear winner. The best that can be done is to control the latest blowup while preparing for the next. Hoping for permanent closure in the sand belt is a wish-fulfillment daydream. Today we rightfully question whether America is becoming a “police state.” We see disturbing stories of SWAT raids, drones, and use of excessive | Read More »

    The Untranquilized Life

    Making friends, telling them personal enigmas and mysteries about yourself, I don’t find hard to do. It’s when you pass that unsedated line. That line that crosses into the More Serious. That area in life I call the Untranquilized Life. You see, here the rose colored glasses are casted off. You started with them with some conversation and knowing you had them on, you hated | Read More »

    Book Review: Peter Thiel’s Book From Zero to One

    This is a book review about Peter Thiel and Blake Master’s book, “From Zero to One”. It discusses the lack of technological progress over the last generation and how to foster that to help solve our most pressing problems of the day.

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    Gwyneth Paltrow’s Crush on Obama – Clueless In Hollywood

    The actress introduced the President to a crowd of 200 supporters. She gushed: “You’re so handsome that I can’t speak properly.” Paltrow also described herself as one of Obama’s “biggest fans, if not the biggest.” If you are one of any politicians ‘fans’, much less Obama, you are the proud owner of an IQ that matches the mean average temperature in Barrow, Alaska.

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    Purchase of insurance across state lines is stupidity, not reform.

    It sounds so great. Everybody loves it. You can purchase insurance from any provider anywhere. Why does it have to be another state, why not Barbados or China? As someone who was licensed initially as a personal lines agent when Ralph Nader turned the insurance world on it’s head, let me explain why this idea is stupid. Who regulates insurance companies? States. If you buy | Read More »

    Finding Common Ground

    When I first ran for Congress in 2010, I campaigned on the slogan “Enough is enough.” Enough of the reckless spending. Enough of federal bureaucracy. Enough of health care that drives the costs to consumers. Enough of excessive federal taxation. Enough of the policies that resulted in the Great Recession, which caused some businesses in Northern Michigan to downsize their staff and others to shut | Read More »

    Does President Obama’s Plan to “Degrade and Destroy” ISIS Include Releasing GITMO Detainees?

    Even in the midst of an all out war with ISIS’s jihadist army in Iraq and Syria, President Obama is still insistent on closing GITMO, even if it means releasing more detainees.

    There is no way around it; this is a fundamentally flawed and devastatingly dangerous strategy.

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    Maryland Seeks Power to Double Tax Income

    While it may seem unfair to pay income taxes twice, Maryland residents have been doing so for years. That’s because unlike most other states, Maryland’s tax code does not provide a full tax credit for taxes paid to other states. This means anyone in Maryland who earns money in another state will pay that state’s income taxes, only to have Maryland levee county-level income taxes, | Read More »

    Hollywood: The Left’s Not-So-Secret Weapon

    Over the last 50 years, we have seen the steady increase in the use of mainstream entertainment media as a vehicle for promulgating Left-Wing views. Liberal personalities like John Stewart or Stephen Colbert routinely take liberties with the facts to advance their agenda. However, the influence of such openly leftist personalities pales in comparison to the power of the relentless repetition of liberal viewpoints in | Read More »

    The Pill and Abortion Are Not Women’s Health Care

    Women who have never used any kind of birth control are not assumed to be necessarily unhealthy. Using a woman’s physical health as an excuse for preventing pregnancy defrauds the public.

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    Midterm Races in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee

    Today, we stay in the South and look at the races in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee.  I do not believe there is a single pundit who believes there will be any changes out of Alabama.  In the Senate race, the Democrats have conceded and are not even running a candidate.  Hence,  walks back into the Senate come 2015.  The Democrats may have thought they had | Read More »

    RED ALERT: I knew this was going to happen

    This is just coming in, and I am not a lawyer, and I have no idea how they can do this, but at about 9:30 pm CST the AP was reporting that the U.S. Supreme Court suspended the Wisconsin voter ID law! The interesting thing is that the Wisconsin voter ID law is essentially the same as the Indiana law which was ruled as constitutional | Read More »

    Vice President Biden’s Slip of the Tongue on Turkey and the Islamic State

    If the American people caught wind of what their government was up to in Syria and Iraq, training and mobilizing the core elements of the jihadi juggernaut of ISIS – the ensuing scandal might eclipse every scandal that has preceded it. Worse, it would reveal that U.S. foreign policy is arguably the greatest existential threat to American national security.

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    November 5 : What’s the Plan?

    Back in 1994 the American public knew that if they voted for Republicans for Congress they would get Newt Gingrich and Dick Armey’s Contract with America. They did; and they did. Two years into the Clinton administration the Republicans gained 54 House seats, 9 Senate seats, and control of both houses. The Republican House passed all of the promised legislation. Much, particularly a balanced budget amendment and term | Read More »

    Jimmy Ryce Center unveils new interactive website

    The Jimmy Ryce Center was created in an effort to raise community awareness about the plight of missing children, in addition to victims’ rights’ and violence.

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    New Obama Policies Will Destroy IT Computer Value Added Resellers

    President Obama seems determined to destroy every single federal program to help small businesses before he leaves office. Over the last few months the Obama Administration has adopted a smorgasbord of anti-small business polices. I exposed and halted his plan to close the Small Business Administration by combining it with the Department of Commerce. An article in Forbes stated, “I agree with Lloyd Chapman, head | Read More »

    Bob Beckel Pretends to be a Bada$$

    Jason Mattera asks Lois Lerner and questions they should be able to answer and Beckel’s response is to invite Jason to a knife fight. Really? Lookit Beckel, these people are public figures and all questions are fair. Maybe it’s time someone asked you if you’ve stopped beating your wife yet? Seriously though, has a lot to answer for. His ground game for reelection involved getting | Read More »

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    (Update) NRSC Pulls the Plug on Terri Lynn Land’s MI Senate Race

    Six Four days ago Mitt Romney was endorsing Terri Lynn Land, Michigan’s former Secretary of State, in her bid for the open-seat being vacated by Sen. Carl Levin (D-MI)2%. Four days later Hours ago, the NRSC just pulled its million-dollar TV ad buy on her behalf for late October and liberals are salivating at the gift, while bashing her in their progressive #WarOnWomen for being | Read More »

    Tyranny: The new normal

    Last week, the government released employment data that showed a drop in unemployment even though the economy remained weak and the country reached a record low labor participation rate. As the left-wing grapples with this disparity between statistics and reality, they have come to adopt an interesting term to describe this failure. They call it the new norm, which has become a way to provide | Read More »


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    WaPo Warns Liberals to Stay Out of the South

    Live free or die.

    New Hampshire is the best place to live in the U.S., according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). These are the folks who rate nations based on education, safety, health, and economy—they’re basically a global gaggle of policy wonks who sip tea together while pondering the Great Issues of the day. Then they share the PowerPoint with the hoi polloi when they’ve reached some Great Conclusion.

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    How to Return Fire on Abortion

    H/T: NRO Recently, Sen. Mark “Uterus” Udall (D – CO) faced off against at a debate hosted by the Denver Post. As expected, abortion quickly came up as a topic and quite unusually it was a question that potentially put the Democrat on the spot – i.e. given what we now know about the stages of fetal development, at what week would Udall support a | Read More »

    Midterm Races in South Carolina

    South Carolina politics can be mean and rough and sometimes is not for the faint of heart.  Despite the apparent dislike of here and elsewhere, this year’s political atmosphere has been rather bland in the state..  Four years ago there was intrigue and allegations of marital infidelity with a touch of race thrown in surrounding the candidacy and ultimate election of Nikki Haley as Governor. | Read More »

    Clark County (WA) Votes on Home Rule Charter

    MISSING THE TARGET In November 2013, Clark County (WA) voters elected five county residents from each of the three Clark County Commissioner districts to serve as a Board of Freeholders. In May 2014, the board approved a drafted home rule charter, specifying a form of government for the county, to be placed on the ballot for the November 4th general election. By law, the Board | Read More »

    2 Escaped Illegal Immigrants Go On Multi-State Crime Spree; Elderly Veteran Among Victims

    On Wednesday morning two illegal immigrant teenagers from Guatemala escaped from a secure detention facility in Des Plaines, Illinois where they were being held pending their immigration hearings. A short time later the pair committed a carjacking in Des Plaines. By noon the pair had traveled across the state and where at a Wal-Mart in Moline, Illinois where they committed another carjacking this time of a 91 year old | Read More »

    Conservatives have a hard choice in November

    So, let’s get right to it. For conservatives voting in many races this fall have a difficult choice to make. Do I vote for the RINO establishment candidate, do I not vote, or do I vote to send a message. It’s a sucky choice at best and there are really no good options, all three stick to high heaven. The GOP establishment in working against | Read More »

    The Incapable Generation

    What can we expect from teenagers who were protected from most harm their developing years? Will they understand that getting hit hurts? Will they know how to handle conflicts with their wits and ego intact? How can we expect young adults who’ve never experienced real adversity to be successful in real life?

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    Follow the Money: Susan G. Komen

    Follow the Money: Susan G. Komen

    Pink is now one of the traditional colors of fall, having joined the shades of reds, oranges and yellows. The lion’s share of the credit is due to Susan G. Komen’s brilliant branding of Breast Cancer Awareness Month during October. From small lapel pins and ribbons to uniforms and equipment on the football field, the color pink has become synonymous with Komen’s and others’ efforts | Read More »

    Obama Chooses Africa over USA

    The President puts the interests of African countries ahead of the United States.

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    Obama apologist Bill Burton ALMOST just stepped in it big time

    Well, Obama’s former SecDef  Leon Panetta has been all over the airwaves, tearing Barry a new one ( and also promoting his new book). Panetta’s appearance on O’Reilly last night was especially devastating. O’Reilly multiple times excoriated and eviscerated Obama, then turned to Panetta and asked if he agreed with him, at which time Panetta just smiled, even appearing to giggle a few times. So | Read More »

    Let’s (GOP) Party Like It’s 2012

    In a normal, practical world, after getting bludgeoned upside the head, smart people usually step back, appreciate their “teachable moment,” and ask, “What can I learn after this particular disaster to make sure it doesn’t happen again?”  And so one would think it should be after the RNC and the Romney campaign . . . and Karl Rove’s Crossroads group. . . and the Koch | Read More »

    Shining the Light of Truth into Dark Places

    I’ve noticed a disturbing trend among Christians today to shy away from confrontation, to hide behind our own personal religious views, keeping them private.

    We don’t want to offend anyone. So many Christians tone down arguments so much we are nearly silent.

    We’ll speak out in private church groups with our friends about the taking of innocent human life (i.e. abortion), our Judeo-Christian heritage as a nation, or the cultural ills that ensnare our society. But so many Christians today would never dream of publicly speaking out for fear of offend an abortionist, an angry atheist, or the totalitarian “tolerance” police.

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    Midterm Races in Arizona and Nevada

    In Nevada, there are the four Congressional races and a gubernatorial race.  In the Governor’s race, it would appear that Republican incumbent Brian Sandoval  is headed for an easy reelection over Democrat Bob Goodman.  Sandoval enjoys high popularity and approval ratings.  He has consistently polled above the magical 50% mark and should coast to victory.  Of course, the intrigue in Nevada involves the Lt. Governor’s | Read More »

    The Experiment: Keeping Track of Every Penny of Tax is for the Birds

    For the month of September, I subjected myself to the home version of a reality show where I was the loser counting every penny I paid to the government.

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    Ben Affleck and Bill Meher Are Both Wrong About Islam

    Ben Affleck’s and Bill Maher’s recent squabble over Islam reveals a fundamental misunderstanding about Islam. Maher claims Islam is “the only religion that acts like the Mafia, that will kill you if you say the wrong thing, draw the wrong picture, or write the wrong book.” Affleck replied that Maher’s view was “gross and racist.” However, both were wrong in their understanding and characterization of Islam. | Read More »

    Culture of Death Suffers Another Stunning Defeat in Texas as Abortion Clinics are Being Shut Down

    Last week the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling allowing provisions of a pro-life Texas law, vehemently apposed by radical abortion supporters, to go into effect.

    This is the same pro-life law that infuriated pro-abortion radicals so much that they bussed out-of-state mobs in to Texas, chanted “hail Satan,” and literally shut down the Texas legislature . . . for a time. This is the same law that Wendy Davis (who is now running for Governor) made her political leftist-elite coming out party, grandstanding in an hours-long pro-abortion diatribe of death on the state house floor.

    This is the law that the culture of death hates more than almost any other pro-life law passed in recent memory.

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    NRSC Pulls Plug on Terri Lynn Land’s MI Senate Race

    Four days ago Mitt Romney was endorsing Terri Lynn Land, Michigan’s former Secretary of State, in her bid for the open-seat being vacated by . Hours ago, the NRSC just pulled its million-dollar TV ad buy on her behalf for late October and liberals are salivating at the gift.  From Vox: “This paves the way for the Democratic candidate, Rep. Gary Peters, to pick up | Read More »

    Can We Start Profiling at Airports Now?

    What’s keeping the US from using proven profiling techniques to keep terrorists away from our airlines? I don’t just mean off the actual plane

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    October 7, 1571. The Battle of Lepanto. Christendom Saved.

    October 7, 1571. The Battle of Lepanto. Christendom Saved.

    Today we look at the weak, fragmented, corrupt, and thoroughly benighted Islamic world with contempt… and a small amount of fear. That was not always the case. From the eight century A.D. the Islamic world held the whip hand in what is now the Mediterranean basin, suffering only occasional setbacks, like the Battle of Tours, while conquering the historically Christian populations of North Africa, the Levant, | Read More »

    ISIL Robots and Obama

    ISIL Robots and Obama

    Raw sadistic cults are much more committed multilateralists and internationalists than President Obama. But we’re also a nation of 76 million, have the largest army in NATO, are equipped with U.S. weapons (best in the world), and an air force ISIL does not have. But these Shia militia were, not long ago, killing U.S. soldiers. And, like the Iraqi army, Shia militia, Kurds and Sunni | Read More »