Governor Bush’s diary “lets not rock the boat”
I am glad to see that Governor Bush’s staff posted a statement here. He made his case for reigning in spending and holding bureaucrats accountable. But I have some concerns. He sounds like someone OK with big government, someone who thinks we should tweak it, but not break it. I don’t see anything about repealing ObamaCare, protecting citizens from the damaged caused by unrestrained immigration, | Read More »
Stupid party leaders, pick up your Trump card
I don’t know anyone that actually thinks Donald Trump would make a good candidate. Explanation. We are pissed at you. Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) N/A% and Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) 58%, please step down. Donald Trump has offended just about everyone it would seem. Except the people who answer the poll questions. Explanation: The echo chamber caused by the | Read More »
Cause and effect. Why we need a constitutional convention
Headline today on the drudge report FEMA toys with denying disaster funds for states that doubt global warming… Headline in the Washington Times article that links to is FEMA targets climate change skeptic governors, could withhold funding New rules put Rick Scott, Bobby Jindal, Chris Christie, Pat McCrory, Greg Abbott in bind The typical reaction is that we need more government intervention to protect us | Read More »
Stop complaining and do something to fix the constitution**
Leadership, it is a topic filling this site as never before. Lack of leadership or disappointment in leadership dominates the conservative/republican oriented web sites across the web. We are obsessed with just how bad our leadership is behaving, and how little they give us in return for our support. We call Boehner and McConnell names and they still ignore us. But would good is calling | Read More »
Is Susan Rice a holocaust denier?
I viewed the talking points memo by Fox new’s Bill O’Reilly “is President Obama destroying his own legacy?” and was struck by the absurdity of the Obama Administration’s position on the middle east. In a speech that took place at the Brooking’s Institute, National Security Adviser Susan Rice stated While the dangers we face may be more numerous and varied they are not of the existential | Read More »
Strike while the iron is hot! Administration concerned about ObamaCare tax implication.
In an article in the New York Times titled “White House seeks to Limit Health Law’s Tax Troubles” Obama administration officials and other supporters of the Affordable Care Act say they worry that the tax-filing season will generate new anger as uninsured consumers learn that they must pay tax penalties and as many people struggle with complex forms needed to justify tax credits they received in | Read More »
“People need to make smart decisions” mayor tells imprisoned New Yorkers
Snow storms, real not imagined by the media, have sunk more than one big city mayor. We may be watching the failure of socialist oppression in New York as May De Blasio tells people to stay indoors. In his infinite progressive wisdom, he processed the information from experts and announced that according to the experts this will most likely be one of the largest blizzards in the | Read More »
Is it time to push the reset button on 100 years of progressive government corruption?
I know that Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State pushed the reset button on our foreign policy only to see everything go to Hades. That didn’t work out so well. The world war is growing, much of the west is being conquered by various elements of the Islamic Empire, and the true religious nature of the World War is becoming obvious. The Islamic Imperialist forces that were | Read More »
Boehner, your omnibus spending bill is a crime against conservatives.
Speaker Boehner, Please don’t be upset because we think you are a squish and are no conservative. Things change, well some things change anyway. We couldn’t change Obama Republican control of Congress. But when it comes to being a conservative, no one, and I mean no one that voted for the omnibus spending bill in December is a conservative. Any leader involved in bringing this | Read More »
Micro Education centers. A pillar for the urban agenda.
I understand that there is an election next week. It is too late for conservatives, federalists, tea party patriots, or radical Republicans to develop and benefit from an as of yet undefined urban agenda. But one of the problems with conservatives, and Republicans in general is that outside a few political junkies the will go away for the next two years, expecting that in a couple months | Read More »