With Friends Like These: Cheryl Mills

    Mention any Clinton scandal and inevitably the name of Cheryl Mills will appear.  She was Bill Clinton’s deputy counsel in his years in the White House and is best known for defending the President in his impeachment hearing before the Senate. But there is a more sinister side to her White House tenure.  She forged a relationship with Hillary during this period and appears as | Read More »

    If Cosby, Why Not Clinton?

    This is not a new idea.  While the nation turns its back on comedian Bill Cosby, the post-White House career  of Bill Clinton soars.  Yet, what is the difference between the two scenarios?  As far as this writer can tell, Cosby used drugs; Clinton used his political prestige.  What it boils down to is that Clinton has a better damage control/public relations apparatus behind him. | Read More »

    Donald Trump: Troll, Mole, Both, or Neither?

    There are two competing theories about Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy that may actually dovetail into a single entity.  Only time will tell.  The first is that he is a troll of the highest order; the other that he is a Democratic mole.  A troll is someone who sows discord and attracts attention by any means necessary.  Even negative attention is better than no attention.  Trump | Read More »

    The Bernie Factor

    To hear the press talk, Bernie Sanders is leading a liberal insurgency within the Democratic Party.  His rising poll numbers in Iowa and New Hampshire suggest Hillary Clinton may have a tougher path to the Democratic nomination than originally believed.  However, it needs to be emphasized that although rising in the polls, he still remains a fair distance behind Clinton.  When a party starts with | Read More »

    All Lives Do Matter and There Is No Need For An Apology

    At a recent gathering of liberal miscreants, Martin O’Malley was shouted down by members of an even greater group of miscreants- blacklivesmatter- while he said “all lives matter.”  He later apologized for his statement.  This stems from a culture of victimization within the African-American community perpetuated by the race industry and their liberal enablers.  Martin O’Malley can count himself among the enablers.  They perpetuate the | Read More »

    Time to Rethink the Death Penalty

    The death penalty has been around since our founding and before.  The first known execution occurred in the Jamestown colony in 1612.  There are erroneous assumptions on both sides of the issue that need to be discussed before the issue is actually tackled.  The first is the belief that our Founders somehow disapproved of capital punishment.  In fact, none of them did.  Thomas Jefferson proposed | Read More »

    With Friends Like These: Huma Abedin

    Today, we take on the truly bizarre relationship between Hillary Clinton and long-time aid and confidant, Huma Abedin. For Abedin, the troubling part starts with her parents, mainly her mother who is a sociologist and strong advocate of Sharia law.  She was also on the board of the International Islamic Council for Dawa and Its Relief which was part of the Union of Good, an | Read More »

    Let’s Try Some Real Prison Reform

    Prison and criminal justice reform is all the rage these days and rightfully so.  In some cases, the pendulum has swung so far to the “law and order” side that it is placing a serious burden on our prisons, police, courts and judges while costing billions of unnecessary dollars every year.  Coming to this conclusion does not mean a capitulation to liberal ideas for prison | Read More »

    Education 2016: An Agenda for the Next President

    The Republican Party has a unique opportunity in 2016 to advance an educational agenda which will improve our public schools.  Given the spending habits of groups like the National Education Association, the American Federation of Teachers and their state affiliates, one can expect enormous attacks.  Greater than 90% of the NEA’s political advocacy donations go to Democrats. ranks the NEA as the 4th largest | Read More »

    Education: School Choice and Vouchers- The Way Forward

    The key factor in true educational reform is an introduction of competition into the system- a viable option for parents to break free from the yoke of failing public schools.  Unfortunately it is the teacher unions that stand in the way of these reforms based upon misinformation, confusion of the facts and, in many cases, outright lies.  Their best argument is that the jury is | Read More »