Why Bergdahl?

    Easy.  This White House agrees with his views.  Bergdahl is one in the same with almost everyone on the left.  Ashamed of America, against the war on terror, etc.. If this administration were to finally make an effort to get a soldier back, why wouldn’t it be this guy?

    The next step toward “Single Payer”?

    I won’t bore everyone with everything we already know about Obamacare and the lies told to get it passed.  We knew it then and we know it now.  We are currently watching the MSM now catching up to the fact that this law is nothing near what was advertised. We also know the “single payer end game” of the progressives but I doubt the MSM | Read More »

    Bullying in Football? No!

    As most Americans know that Texas is a huge hotbed for football:  Pro, College, High School and Youth.  We down here take it very seriously.  Probably too seriously in some eyes but that only means you’re a soccer fan.  The motto, “Faith, Family and Football” is pretty prevalent in my dear state. As the late Bum Phillips wrote about being from Texas; “… When William | Read More »

    Thanks for the Warnings

    Do you hear the inside-the-beltway warnings?  From progressives to GOP establishment operatives to the MSM, the message is the same.  Ted Cruz and the Tea Party are bad, ignorant, etc., and you better not do this again if you want to know what’s good for you… Rabble, Rabble, Rabble!!! That would be like Auburn Coach Gus Malzahn warning Texas A&M Coach Kevin Sumlin that he | Read More »

    Did You Know Cornyn was Conservative Like You?

    Although John Cornyn’s 2014 Senate seat is up for re-election, no major primary challengers have yet been revealed.  But I’m guessing he is taking the potential threat of one very seriously.  Already, Cornyn campaign ads have been released on Radio and TV. Here is the transcript of one of those ads: Senator John Cornyn has voted time and time again against ObamaCare. He brings Texas | Read More »

    Message Board Trolls

    Predictable occurrences of liberal message board trolls trying to play the part of good Samaritans as they warn us of our own demise.  Not that the country is going bankrupt which is a real fear or their made-up fear of global warming but letting us know that our conservatism will be the end of the Republican Party.  Of course, it’s not just a mere helpful | Read More »

    They Thought They Were Free

    An excerpt from They Thought They Were Free But Then It Was Too Late What no one seemed to notice, said a colleague of mine, a philologist, was the ever widening gap, after 1933, between the government and the people. Just think how very wide this gap was to begin with, here in Germany. And it became always wider. You know, it doesn’t make people | Read More »

    They Don’t Care

    Passions have heighten over the latest budget battle on top of the debate on the Un-* Care Act:  Un-Affordable, Un-Constitutional and now apparently Un-Attainable Care Act. While debate on any subject is a good thing but considering who we generally get into debates with is very Un-Productive. We as the hard working Americans that keep this country as close to what it once was has got | Read More »

    The buck stops where?

    “He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else.” – Benjamin Franklin “There is a lie in between a promise and many excuses.” – Toba Beta While Obama campaigned on how he wouldn’t make any excuses as President, his well-documented list of excuses is already well past legendary status.  Just yesterday, amidst the predictable failures of ObamaCare’s website unveiling, Obama offered | Read More »

    A Teachable Moment

    GOP, if you still have an inkling of small government blood pumping through your veins, don’t fear a government shutdown as a catastrophic event but as a teachable moment.  What better way to possibly explain your position of limited government than to have all essential services to be closed and that people actually notice nothing impacting their lives because of it? Also, just in case, | Read More »