Believer in American exceptionalism; believer that less is more when it comes to government; believer in John 3:16; entrepreneur and business owner; Virginian by birth, Texan by choice, American by the Grace of God


    Barack Hussein al TOTUS

    Let the Muslim names fly and the Islamic innuendo increase!  It is now politically correct to refer to the POTUS as Barack Hussein Obama, he of the Muslim roots. Not only has Al TOTUS’ pet journalist Jake Tapper torn off the veil ( — and is it true Jake keeps jammies in the Lincoln bedroom? — but the Teleprompter-In-Chief himself has now told the | Read More »

    Andrew C McCarthy sends his regrets to Eric Holder

    May 1, 2009 (h/t Atlas Shrugged) By email (to the Counterterrorism Division) and by regular mail: The Honorable Eric H. Holder, Jr. Attorney General of the United States United States Department of Justice 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, D.C.  20530-0001 Dear Attorney General Holder: This letter is respectfully submitted to inform you that I must decline the invitation to participate in the May 4 roundtable | Read More »

    When the Pixie Dust wears off, don’t assume the electorate will beat a path to the Republicans’ door

    More likely, there will be a backlash against EVERYONE in public office.  Because there is plenty of blame to go around, and We, The People are sick of trusting and then being screwed. At the April 15 Tea Party I attended, the signs didn’t say “Throw the Dems Out”.  They said “Throw Congress Out”!  They likened Congress to Somalian Pirates, and no distinction was being | Read More »

    Tea Partyin’ Houston Style

    For months now, we’ve been hearing about Tea Parties — starting with Rick Santelli’s rant on CNBC back in February.  Since that time, folks all over the country have been organizing and getting in on the protest. It’s worth listening to again and again: So the Tea Parties have been springing up, including here in Houston. But now, it seems that because (of | Read More »

    Texas Joins the Fight for States’ Rights

    Texas is now officially on the States’ Rights bandwagon.  Don’t blame us for being slow; it just took a while to occur to us here in Texas that this could even be a issue! State Rep Brandon Creighton has sponsored HCR 50, calling for the Federal Government to “cease and desist”  any and all mandates “beyond the scope of … constitutionally designated powers.”  Don’t just | Read More »

    An American’s Thanksgiving

    ‘Tis the season for counting our blessings. And we also think back on the history of Thanksgiving in America. Those early celebrants, whether in Virgina or Massachusetts, weren’t just thanking the Christian God for bounty. In fact, there were Native Americans there, thus beginning the melting pot that would be this nation. There were religious differences and even a few witch trials in front of | Read More »