Donald Trump, Megyn Kelly, and Fox News

    Donald Trump feels that he was victimized by Megyn Kelly at the Fox News Debate. Ms. Kelly asked Mr. Trump a question about his prior remarks about women. Mr. Trump apparently felt that the question was unfair so he verbally attacked Megyn Kelly. Ms. Kelly’s question at the debate was not a softball question, but she was not ugly or disrespectful. It was just a | Read More »

    Iran Nuclear Deal Is A Treaty

    The Iran nuclear deal is a treaty. From “Treaty – an official agreement that is made between two or more countries or groups.” Since this is “an agreement made between two or more countries,” by definition, it is a treaty. According to the Constitution, treaties require approval by the Senate by a two-thirds majority vote.  The Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act turns this on its | Read More »

    Ebola is a Disease; It is not a Political Issue

    Diseases, like death, do not recognize ANY human social or political division. If Ebola were so difficult to catch, as some have suggested, it would not be a pandemic in three African countries and health care professionals would not be catching it.  This is not an issue of one group of people against another group of people. This is an issue of health verses illness.  Isolating Ebola | Read More »

    Anti-ISIS War, A War to Defend Civilization

    Many people on the left think that all wars are the Vietnam War just like their parents thought that all wars were World War II. They are wrong just as their parents were wrong.  Vietnam was not WWII.  The war against ISIS is not Vietnam. It’s not even the First or Second Iraq War. This current anti-ISIS war in Iraq and Syria is actually a | Read More »

    Obama’s Deficit Reduction Plan

    In an interview with the Des Moines Register that was originally off-the-record, the President revealed his plan for deficit reduction in a second term. He said, “So when you combine the Bush tax cuts expiring, the sequester in place […] we’re going to be in a position where I believe in the first six months we are going to solve that big piece of business.” | Read More »

    Come Together

    I have always thought that Newt Gingrich would make a great president.   From the beginning I have believed that he is the best candidate to run against Obama.  However, the majority of primary voters have not agreed so far. Romney’s smear machine has been successful in in its attacks on Newt but it has not been successful in delivering the conservative vote to Romney.   The | Read More »

    Attn: Media: It’s a Job Interview, Not a Date

    This week the liberal media treated us to allegations that former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich asked his second wife for an open marriage.  A few months ago, they  brought us a soap opera starring Herman Cain and a cast of women with various lewd allegations.  This would all be very informative if the media were reporting on a group of people seeking dates | Read More »

    911 Mosque Location, Sharia Law are Political

    In the United states a priest or a pastor of a church can not give a sermon endorsing a particular candidate or political party.  If he does, the church can loose its tax exempt status.  This is because in endorsing a candidate or political party, the priest or pastor leaves the realm of religion/spirituality and crosses into the realm of politics. Political speech is not | Read More »

    Congressman Scalise Addresses Oil Spill at Town Hall Meeting

    On June 8, 2010 Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise held an Oil Spill town hall meeting in the New Orleans suburb of Metairie. Before the meeting began, staff members handed out a flier which said that the federal government had “finally agreed to require BP to pay for the cost of six of Governor JIndal’s 24 proposed sand barrier protection segments, but the fact that the | Read More »

    Information is Not a Distraction or a Diversion

    In his speech on May 9, 2010 at Hampton University, President Barack Obama told the graduates, “You’re coming of age in a 24/7 media environment that bombards us with all kinds of content and exposes us to all kinds of arguments, some of which don’t always rank all that high on the truth meter … information becomes a distraction, a diversion a form of entertainment, | Read More »