The RNC Wants YOU to Help Pick the Next President
In case you haven’t gotten one in the mail yet, be on the lookout for a “survey” from RNC asking for your presidential preference. Oh, you’ll recognize all the names in the poll. Some are in office, some out. Some are Governors others are former something-or-others. Perry, Cruz, Rand Paul, Ron Paul, Jindel, Palin, Rubio, Gingrich, Cain, Christie, Barbour, Portman, Ryan, West…and on and on. There’s enough shiny names | Read More »
Draper Gets Approval to Push for the California Secession on Steriods
California must be going through a dissociative identity disorder of the highest magnitude. We’ve heard rumblings of secession from various counties in several states for quite awhile now. Even California has had counties off and on begging for separation. It generally involves a group of contiguous counties requesting permission to split off from the rest of the state, leaving you with a brand new state. But California apparently | Read More »
Celebrating Washington’s Birthday
Call it President’s Day and celebrate past presidents or go with the legally designated Washington’s birthday and celebrate our first President. Your choice In honor of this day let’s hear from the man himself: “The very atmosphere of firearms anywhere and everywhere restrains evil interference – they deserve a place of honor with all that’s good. ” “The Constitution is the guide which I never will | Read More »
Dem Rep. Waxman says Adios. Blames TEAparty.
Henry Waxman represents the 33 Congressional district of California and, I’m taking a leap here, conservatives probably won’t be picking up his seat. However, I will say conservatives are instrumental in getting him out of his seat. Even Waxman agrees with me. From the New York Times: “It’s been frustrating because of the extremism of Tea Party Republicans,” Mr. Waxman said in an interview on Wednesday. “Nothing | Read More »
Bevin Gets Endorsement From FreedomWorks
As recently as last week, conservative org Freedomworks had still not made an endorsement in Kentucky. That’s changed according to word from the Hill.com. Matt Bevin picked up the endorsement today, adding to those Bevin’s already gotten from the Senate Conservatives Fund and the Madison Project. So, why did FreedomWorks hold out? Well, as of last week they were still surveying their members, according to the org’s | Read More »
A Quarter Million People Invited Back to Test Drive Obamacare. What Could Go Wrong?
The Government has a plan to make sure the Obamacare website is up and running. Testing it while offline and under theoretical situations would be sensible but that could mean taking it offline for longer than a weekend and that would be an embarrassment. So, instead the plan is to email about 275,000 people who were unsuccessful in signing up for an account, and welcoming them | Read More »
Let’s All Focus on Abortion, And Divert Attention from Everything Else. Do it for Lindsey Graham.
I will preface by saying I am pro-life, and not in the way Wendy Davis describes it.* I say that to underscore that I appreciate this cause. A cause which Sen. Lindsey Graham of S.C. has decided now is a good a time as any to fight for. Specifically, the cause of banning late term abortions. Remember, this is the same type law which Davis filiblustered against | Read More »
Oh Rubio, Rubio – How the Mighty Have Fallen
Over at Real Clear Politics, I got a bit of a chuckle this morning. They highlight an interview Fox News’ Chris Wallace did with Sen. Marco Rubio. Mostly the discussion centers on Obamacare and there’s chatter about whether or not Rubio would go along with a shutdown again, which Rubio deftly sidesteps. But what was amusing was when Wallace asked Rubio if he supports McConnell’s reelection. __________ RUBIO: | Read More »
‘Grats to Dem Rep John Lewis on His 45th Arrest. 7 other Lawmakers also Arrested at Illegal Immigration Rally.
Illegal Immigrants and their supporters gathered today at the National Mall to highlight their agenda for immigration reform. While we’ve all seen the stories of various parks and monuments, oceans and rivers, closed or blocked due to the slowdown this particular rally was given the go ahead to proceed because as The Hill points out public areas can still be used by citizens when doing ”First Amendment-related activities.” ” Reps. John Lewis | Read More »
Hey, Peter King! Nice Way to Start off that Presidential Run.
Earlier this month New York Republican Rep Peter King announced he would be running for president. You might have missed the proclamation and the groundswell of support is not exactly spreading like wildfire. And maybe its due to the lack of media attention that he came out Thursday on MSNBC’s ”Morning Joe” and complained Ted Cruz supporters were calling his office and using ”vile, profane, obscene language.” Ok, I’ll admit cussing out | Read More »