How Leadership Can Trump Demagoguery…Every Time, Watch Wisconsin
Note: We have the best labor union coverage in America right here at RedState, with LaborUnionReport and his crew, and this business in Wisconsin is 95% bullet-point labor issues. I’ll
Egypt Steps Back From the Abyss…and Reloads, Act II
If you haven’t noticed, now that Hosni Mubarak has officially stepped down, the Egyptian Revolution has actually taken on an aspect of being popular. The fellahin, the Egypt Street, have
Do Rank & File Union Members in America Know they are now Officially Communists by Proxy?
This is actually about Egypt and the illusion, still held by the American media (including FoxNews) that the protests, riots and resulting stand-off in Egypt is about more freedom for
Democracy Movement No More, Muslim Brotherhood Takes Over as Planned, Obama Takes Sides, as Planned
Day 8. History may well report that there was actually a democratic sentiment somewhere in the midst of the mass protests that began a week ago in Cairo, but I
Anyone but Al Baradei, Why Democracies should prefer the Devils they know
I think the “gambit” in Egypt is becoming more apparent. Not only is Israel being pincered, but so is Saudi Arabia. And yes, most of us need a score card.
Cantor vs Gregory, An Observation about GOP Congressional Messaging
Watch this YouTube presentation of Eric Cantor’s contretemps with NBC’s David Gregory last Sunday. It’s a good teaching lesson for the GOP Freshmen Class. It’s about the resurfacing of the
Sweat Equity, Why Conservatives are Misdirecting Their Political Spending
The soul of conservatism is defined by sweat equity. There’s a longer and shorter answer to why this is so, but since my purpose here is to convince deep-pocket conservatives
A Relentless Pursuit of the Left
You’ll note the title doesn’t say “A Steadfast Resistance to…”, or “A Courageous Stiff Upper Lip Against…”. Nope, in a winner-take-all, life-and-death struggle for personal liberty, individual human dignity and
Are We Worn Out or Just Getting Warmed up?
It’s been a rough week. First, assassinations spawned by left-wing “hate teach” (there, I said it again), followed by a hate campaign against the innocent for yelling “ouch” when they
Are Democrats More Afraid of the Right Today than Last Week?
Short answer, No. But they are afraid…and have been for years. Just not from the Right. You may find it interesting that Democrat legislators, even progressives, fear the radical Left