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    Courage, Not Scorecards

    From the diaries by Erick Heritage Action for America and the Club for Growth are outstanding organizations.  If you look at scorecards, theirs represent the purest of some very impure cards.  HAFA and CFG should be commended for their efforts to hold politicians feet to the fire, but we need an added element.  We need to score unanimous consent requests. The House, today, passed a | Read More »

    Judd “Goldman Sachs” Gregg Paid to Fight BBA

    From the diaries by Erick It didn’t take long for former Senator Judd Gregg to use his influence to try to push the bidding of Wall Street at the expense of middle America. Yesterday, Gregg wrote an Op Ed for The Hill where he thrashed the Balanced Budget Amendment “to dodge debt-ceiling action.”  Gregg tries to redefine conservatism. One of the best ways to guarantee | Read More »

    Violating the Oath – Voting For Cloture

    From the diaries by Erick I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same … In voting for cloture (see roll call vote here) on the nomination of Jack McConnell on Wednesday, 11 Republican Senators violated the oath they | Read More »

    On Separation of Church & State: Christine O’Donnell is Right

    Fronted by Erick. Christine O’Donnell might not be the model candidate.  She has made more than her share or errors, but as the Senator from Delaware, she will not disappoint.  She will vote with Jim DeMint, will be the first pro-life female Senator who is not afraid to own it and will not spend our money like it’s her own.  I know she has fumbled | Read More »

    The website is still available.  Let’s hope that’s not the case in 2014.  Lindsey Graham is on a mission – one that leaves Democrats cheering and Republicans baffled. Late last year I reported on South Carolina’s Missing Senator.  We would be fortunate if he had never reappeared.   As Hogan reported recently, Graham made a cameo in the Senate Judiciary Committee to tell Republican Senators how | Read More »

    Kagan’s Premeditated Murder

    Elena Kagan, President Obama’s nominee to the Supreme Court is guilty of murder in the first degree.  Unfortunately, even though the evidence would demonstrate she is a cold blooded, calculated killer, outside of her position on abortion, she has never been charged.  Now, the evidence is coming to light.  Who did Kagan murder?  She murdered Ronald Reagan. In November 1980, Reagan was on his way | Read More »

    Michelle Malkin vs. Mount Vernon

    Last Wednesday, a number of conservative leaders gathered at the Collingwood Library in Alexandria, not far away from Mount Vernon, the homestead of our founding father, to sign the Mount Vernon Statement. There are normally two problems with statements like these: their content and the characters associated with them. The Mount Vernon Statement has the content right.  The statement, instead of being watered down so | Read More »

    Federal Judges: Issues Matter—Not Numbers

    “Forget about the numbers.  Talk about the issues.” That’s the message that should be delivered to Senate Republicans on judges.  Next week when the Senate convenes, Senator Leahy will parade out a new set of numbers about how Republicans are blocking the judicial nominees of President Obama.  The Republicans will counter with a figure demonstrating that President Obama’s nominees, in fact, have been process faster | Read More »

    Promoting Violence Against Women

    My parents raised me to be nonviolent, but today, I’m promoting violence against women — a specific group of women — those involved with NOW or National Organization of Women. The Tim Tebow/Focus on the Family commercial has run its course.  For all the build-up, the commercial was a letdown, but the pro-choice crowd is not willing to let it die, like they promote letting | Read More »

    Mitch McConnell Can Meet My Middle Finger

    After Tuesday’s referendum against national health care, Republicans should have been celebrating and most of them were, but then something happened that should not have.  Instead of taking a victory lap, one of the first things out of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s mouth was that he is prepared to work with democrats on their legislative agenda and “meet them in the middle.”  Now you | Read More »