We Cannot Fear the Media
Nothing makes me more angry than reading a conservative blog and seeing some variation of the line, “I like so and so, but we can’t really support them because they’ve been savaged by the media out of the presidential race, imagine if they got in, they’ll never win.” I am of the opinion that liberals are generally pretty wussy people, however when it comes to | Read More »
, Barack Obama
, Brian Williams
, Diane Sawyer
, Herman Cain
, Katie Couric
, Liberal Media
, Media Bias
, Michele Bachmann
, Presidential Race
, Sarah Palin
Sky is Falling Won’t Win
President Obama will win in 2012 if the campaign is like 2010. Midterms are all about responding to the current administration. It’s good for the opposition party’s electorate to be angry, because it’s a way for them to get energized about blocking the current president’s agenda. But presidential campaigns on different, if we’re resigned to who can hate President Obama with the most passion, if | Read More »
Palin in Wisconsin: Finally a potential 2012 Candidate With Something Good to Say!
Forgive me for being a bit obtuse when it comes to Donald Trump, but I just really don’t see the appeal for the guy. When he starts going on about birtherism, a conspiracy theory that has been disproven time and time again, and then leads the GOP pack according to several polls, frankly, it makes me sick. If intense hatred of Barack Obama, the man, | Read More »
President Obama and the Democrats must be stopped….
We didn’t like the big government policies of George W. Bush and we didn’t really want another big government Republican in John McCain. But President Obama and co have shown they have no desire to be bi-partisan, their desire is power and they’re doing all they can to make sure they have a firm grip on it before there’s any chance of them being thrown | Read More »
Should Palin Even Run for Re-Election in 2010?
If Sarah Palin is going to run for President in 2012, should she even run for re-election in 2010? Alaska is a remote state and running for re-election in 2010 then turning around a few months after her second inauguration as Governor and running for President might upset Alaskans. She also can’t say, “I’m running for re-election, but it’s really going to be Sean Parnell [Alaska’s Lt. | Read More »
Is Palin Taking a Cue from UK Conservatives?
David Cameron is one of the sharpest politicians in the world, he has managed to broaden the Conservative Party in the UK without abandoning Thatcherism. He has embraced being “green” without embracing leftist socialist environmental policies. The UK Conservative Party is considered the “greener” party of the two major parties. They’re also percieved to have a better grasp of the issues facing every day Non-Londoner | Read More »
, Barack Obama
, Conservative Party (UK)
, David Cameron
, Hispanic Voters
, President of the United States
, Sarah Palin
Why We Need to Win
AOL political reporter Mark Impomeni is reporting that Rep. Jose Serrano (D-NY) Is proposing legislation that would abolish the 22nd Amendment, which prevents presidents from seeking more than two terms. He is doing this of course, because Barack Obama is taking the oath of office and the left is absolutely convinced that Obama is going to solve all of their problems. In the last two | Read More »
The Hispanic Vote.
Something the Democrats did following their loss in 2000 was to steep itself in far left ideology, they did not consider Bush a legitimate President and went to war with him. The left’s policy in 2004 with the American right was “quid pro quo,” you exposed the lack of character with Clinton out and so we’re going to find a reason to find a lack | Read More »
Sarah Palin and Bobby Jindal
In my opinion there are three people that can unite all three types of conservatives together: defense conservatives, social conservatives, and fiscal conservatives. The one guy who could of done it in 2008 and did it for a while was Fred Thompson. For some reason the talk-radio guys were convinced, despite all evidence to the contrary, that Mitt Romney was a conservative. Then you had | Read More »
The Republican ticket in 2012: Sarah Palin for President Condoleeza Rice for Vice-President Think it’s crazy? Why shouldn’t Sarah Palin consider Condi for VP should she win the Republican nomination in 2012? Condoleeza Rice is a foreign policy expert, she’s served the first four years in the Bush administration as the National Security adviser and the next four as Secretary of State. Because she’s a | Read More »
Sarah Palin for President
Is Sarah Palin a national policy lightweight? Yes. Does she have the right instincts to develop a strong national policy and campaign? Absolutely. I don’t know if it’s going to be in 2012, 2016 or beyond, but I am more than certain that the Republican Party will be the party to put a woman in the White House for the first time and I’m pretty | Read More »
What About Michael Steele for RNC Chair?
What about GOPAC Chairman Michael Steele for RNC chair? He knows the in’s and out’s of the Republican Party, he’s got good relationships with people like Fred Thompson and Newt Gingrich who could help with guiding us out of the wilderness, he’s an African American which would send a sign that we’re not just the party of the old white men. Of course Newt Gingrich | Read More »
Will Barack Awaken a Conservative Army? You Betcha!
Are we headed for trouble? Yes. Is it because Psuedo-conservatives led by President George W. Bush invaded the Republican Party and grew government out of control? Absolutely. Does this mean Conservatism and “The Age of Reagan” is over as some media pundits are putting it? I don’t think so.
I don’t remember exactly what she said, so I’ll paraphrase it for you, “So I was reading the “quote of the day” on my mocha cup this morning from Starbucks” said a folksy as usual Sarah Palin on the campaign trail at a rally in Carson. I was there with one of my great friends who’s a poli-sci major at my university. “It was a | Read More »
, New Palin
Win By Loosing.
I don’t mind when people disagree with me. I really don’t. Diversity of opinion is what makes this country great, one can learn a great deal from their ideological opponents even if it is just trying to figure out how they think. However dreary of hyperbolic their diagnosis of the ills of our country are, I can live with people who have a liberal opinion. | Read More »
, Mainstream Media