Paul Jensen's background includes 14 years in radio broadcasting and ten years in government. He wrote a weekly column on local politics for the Northwest Florida Daily News. Today he is editor of Middle Tennessee Racing Scene and blogs about politics and life in Nashville TN.


    New York Minimum Wage is Absurd and Discriminatory

    The state of New York is raising their minimum wage from $8.75 to $15 per hour. Not for all employees. Just for the chosen. If you’re a fast food worker in New York, your minimum wage will be $15, or $0 if you get laid off, and some will meet that fate. Why just fast food workers? Because that industry has been targeted by the | Read More »

    Union rent-a-mobs not convincing

    I was watching Neil Cavuto the other day on Fox News when my head exploded. It exploded because Cavuto had one of his regular union hacks on. This guy was spewing so much bologna that Oscar Meyer should have been there to collect and package it. The topic was the “workers” strike at McDonalds that day. There was no mention of how many of the | Read More »

    Umm … Islamic Terrorists Attempted Mass Murder … IN TEXAS!

    I find it beyond incredible that so many on the left and their hacks in the media are focused on what Pam Geller did, and ignore the fact that two Islamic terrorists attempted mass murder in the United States. Geller was supposedly guilty of “hate speech.” So the rest of the story doesn’t matter? Given that definition, then “art” depicting Jesus in urine is also hate | Read More »

    Who’s to blame?

    Over the past couple of days, I have heard some interesting causes from left-wing media and liberal politicians for the civil unrest in Baltimore. Some of the looniest: Military veterans The Orioles and Ravens Right-to-Work states in the South Cuts in federal funding for Head Start I could take these one at a time, but is that really necessary? None of them listed 48 years | Read More »

    Being President Doesn’t Mean Having Everything Your Way

    How many times have we heard President Obama or his minions explain his highly questionable executive actions by saying, “He had to do it because congress didn’t do anything.” Whoa! Have I moved to a different country? If congress isn’t doing what the President wants, the President needs to go up to the hill and work it out. That’s what Ronald Reagan did. That’s what | Read More »

    Why Calling Them Islamic Terrorists Matters

    The Right has been critical of President Obama for not calling ISIS and other violent Muslim hate groups “Islamic terrorists.” The Left counters that Islam is a peaceful religion and what’s in a name anyway? Obama believes the terrorists have distorted Islam and are not representative of the religion. But whether you believe Islam is a hateful or a peaceful religion, it is very important | Read More »

    Tea Party Needs To See Big Picture

    Let me start off by saying I agree with the principles of the Tea Party, keeping in mind there is no single “Tea Party.” I want limited government. I want our Constitution followed. I believe our Founders got it right, and that’s how we became the greatest country in the history of the world. That’s right. The United States of America is a great country. | Read More »

    Why It Matters Who Alison Lundergan Grimes Voted For

    The whole world now knows Kentucky Democrat Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes refuses to say whether or not she voted for Barrack Obama in the last presidential election. Her reasoning is that she, and not Obama, is on the ballot. True enough. But when John  McCain was on the ballot in 2008, Obama ran against George W. Bush, who was not on the ballot, but | Read More »

    Redskins Controversy Is Over The Top

    This whole Washington Redskins nonsense has moved beyond silly to the absurd. A CBS announcer refused to say the word “Redskins” during a recent national television broadcast of a game between the Redskins and New York Giants. Instead, he called them the “Washington Team.” Really? Just whose feelings did he think he was protecting? One cannot tell another what is offensive. You can’t tell me | Read More »

    The Insensitivity of Father’s Day

    I cannot hold it in anymore. Every year I bite my tongue at Mother’s Day and Father’s Day because I don’t want to dampen the enthusiasm for these celebrations. If there is anyone who deserves special recognition, it’s our parents. All I ask is some consideration for those of us who have lost our parents. Is it asking too much to have a little sensitivity? | Read More »