Karl Rove: End Policy Of Korean Reunification
Karl Rove said something on Fox News Sunday that caught my attention. And no, it wasn’t his remarks about Sarah Palin. I am so over “High School Level Drama Bombs” at my age. No, he said something on a foreign policy matter. One that rung true to me for some reason. He thought we should end our policy of Korean Reunification. He noted that this | Read More »
You Are No Longer A Neoconservative Moe
I honestly don’t like the term neoconservative, because it used to applied to liberals who agreed with Ronald Reagan in the ’80s and is now used by liberals to described compassionate-conservative, super-hawks. But whatever, let’s say the term is correctly used right now (which I will NOT conced). By your own omission, you have actually shifted from being a neoconservative to conservative. Let me explain: | Read More »
Three days late, but I hope well worth it. Not makeing excuses, but we had major shifts in the weather over the weekend, and the start of this week, and it completely killed me. So, I present my answer to my own Thought Experiment: Aratrum Republic Now remember, this is for a small island nation of about 400K. So it does have a strong central | Read More »
Make Your Own Nation
I am so sick of our federal government, I began to think to myself: If I was given total control, how would I start a nation-state? I have been thinking about this a lot actually. Then I begin to think to myself, what would other people think of doing? So, how would organized your nation-state? To help jump-start you, I have for you a map | Read More »
To #TeamLetItBurn: Our Work Is Not Finish
First, a little primer on Let It Burn: [L]et us lay out some key principles of Let It Burn: 1- America isn’t a conservative country anymore and hasn’t been for a while. The fact is, a conservative country doesn’t “accidentally” elect Barack Obama twice. It doesn’t continue to send Democrats to the Senate who voted for ObamaCare and force the GOP to run as the | Read More »
President @BarackObama: #Egypt May Or May Not Be An Ally
And yet they accused Mitt Romney from shooting from the hip: Asked if he considered the current Egyptian government an ally of the United States, President Obama Wednesday balked. “You know, I don’t think that we would consider them an ally but we don’t consider them an enemy,” he said in an interview with Telemundo. I find the quibbling over “not an ally, but not | Read More »
Endorsing: None Of The Above
I can’t take it anymore. I am endorsing nobody at this point. Everyone is either clinically insane or an incompetent presidential candidate. I’m going to list them in order of likelyness of me whole-heartly supporting in the general, to the one I will refuse to vote for in the general (and you already know who that person is). Let me tell you why I can’t | Read More »
Romney Double Downs On RomneyCare
(Via Ace Of Spades) Tone-Deaf, completely and hopelessly tone-deaf: Requiring people to have health insurance is “conservative,” GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney told MSNBC on Wednesday, but only if states do it.
Village Revolt In… China?
(H/T The Other McCain) It turns out the Wukan Revolution is now well underway: For the first time on record, the Chinese Communist party has lost all control, with the population of 20,000 in this southern fishing village now in open revolt.
(UPDATE) Glenn Beck’s Reckless Race Card Comment May Re-Elect Obama
Update: This post is not about Newt Gingrich. This post is about Glenn Beck calling Tea Party supporters of Newt Gingrich, racists, because there is no difference between Obama and Gingrich. While there can be an honest debate if Gingrich is a progressive Republican, there is a clear choice between Obama and Gingrich. Calling those Tea Party people racists who believe that Gingrich is the | Read More »