2010 in Review

    Well, it was quite a year. On January 19, Massachusetts Republican Scott Brown won ‘Ted Kennedy’s seat’ in the US Senate; massive winter storms repeatedly pounded the Mid-Atlantic states and Washington, DC; the health-care bill passed in a climate of divisiveness; House speaker Nancy Pelosi made history for monumental political stupidity when she said that “we will find out what is in (the health-care bill) | Read More »

    NAAWP Needed to Defend Caucasians’ Interests

    Leaflets for a ‘White Student Union’ appeared at West Chester University in Philadelphia in early December and caused an uproar. The leaflets immediately were taken down to mollify concerned students and faculty.   But the leaflets actually were put out by a group that calls itself ‘anti-racist’. This is code language meaning a left-wing group that promotes multiculturalism, black power, Mexican power, feminism, homosexuality, open | Read More »

    East is Rising, West is Declining?

    The East is rising and the West is declining.   India and China are on the rise economically, producing more and more of the world’s wealth and finished goods while Europe and the United States are on the way down, producing less and less.   Why is this happening?   Because the US and Europe have become more and more socialistic while China and India | Read More »

    Rush was Right about Chevy Volt

    Rush Limbaugh was right. Again. He actually got it double-right. After Motor Trend magazine declared the electric/gasoline-powered Chevy Volt its 2011 Car of the Year, Limbaugh asked:   ‘…[O]f all the cars in the world, the Chevrolet Volt is the Car of the Year? Motor Trend magazine, that’s the end of them. How in the world do they have any credibility? Not one has been sold | Read More »

    Merry Christmas to All

    In the founding of this great nation, our forefathers faced trials that would have undermined a people less determined, less strong, less creative and less resilient. And in pursuing the cause of freedom, which repeatedly appeared far out of reach, our wise Founders kept in their hearts the promise of a Divine Providence watching over our worthy experiment.   Today in 2010, in the 229th | Read More »

    Little RFK Trashes Fox News

    Environmentalist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. recently blamed the collapse of ‘climate legislation’ on “narcissistic hacks” in Congress and particularly on Republicans and… drum roll, please… Fox News.   Roger Ailes, the founder of Fox, must be simply ecstatic over the hugely exaggerated power that his network is alleged to have over America according to the Democrat left.   Fox, Fox, Fox… every day, Fox, Fox, | Read More »

    Getting a Spine on Terrorism

    It took the election of a Republican majority to the House of Representatives to finally get some spine on the issue of terrorism. Starting in January, Peter King, the New York GOP congressman from Long Island is going to chair the House committee on homeland security and will hold hearings on the radicalization of the American Muslim community.   In other words, Washington will finally | Read More »

    Scott Brown Will Lose in 2012

    Open warfare indeed is breaking out in the Republican party just as some had predicted, from Washington to Massachusetts which bucked the national 2010 trend and retreated into its Democrat shell.   The situation is not so cut-and-dried as conservatives and Tea Partiers would like to think. They are suggesting that the GOP Establishment is insufficiently conservative, and they have a very good point. The | Read More »

    Gay/Military Vote is Unsound

    If you think that the Senate vote to allow openly-gay troops to serve in the US military is about homosexual rights, come to Massachusetts.   The Senate has voted 65-31 to allow changes in the law that for the first time ever would allow homosexual and lesbian soldiers to serve without  hiding their sexual orientation. President Obama will sign the law and military leaders will | Read More »

    More Solar Subterfuge

    There is a huge increase in the number of electricity-generating solar panel installations over the last few years. They are everywhere – on house roofs, on business roofs, in utility arrays, and most interestingly on public property, purchased by municipal, state and federal governments for power installations, often very small ones with a solar panel only a few feet on a side producing very little | Read More »