Freedom and Opportunity
As I listened to our presumptive GOP Presidential nominee give a speech yesterday afternoon on CSPAN, something he said really stuck with me: This November, “freedom and opportunity will be on the ballot.” I have been trying to “make” myself like Mitt Romney for weeks now. As a strong Santorum supporter, I hate to see things come to this point, but they have. I won’t | Read More »
An Open Letter to President Obama~ from a Teenager
Dear President Obama, I have to start off by thanking you; if it weren’t for you, I wouldn’t be involved in politics. I also respect you as President of the United States, and as a man who obviously cares deeply for his family. However, I’m curious as to what motivated you to take some of the actions you’ve taken since you took office three years | Read More »
I honestly think that Mitt Romney hasn’t been vetted as fully as the rest of the candidates in the race due to the fact that he also ran in 2008 and “was vetted then.” No one “cares” about those same issues, so Gov. Romney has somehow received a pass on having his past inspected. Apparently, someone got fed up with this behavior and decided to | Read More »
[POLL[ Cut it in half?
Is it time to cut the GOP Presidential field in half? Should Newt and Ron Paul drop out now? You decide! Is it time for Gingrich and Paul to drop out?
No Budget, No Pay Act
The title pretty much says it all; this bill is so self-explanatory that it hardly needs an entire post. Currently being considered by both the House and Senate, the “No Budget, No Pay Act” is a non-partisan bill that, if passed by Congress, would be one of the first steps to “fixing” Congress itself. Twice in recent memory our government has faced the threat of | Read More »
In case you hadn’t already noticed that President Obama’s priority list has been mixed up, there is now yet another example of it. Last week it was announced that a year-long construction project would begin at Guantanamo Bay; the finished product will be a $750,000 taxpayer-funded soccer field for detainees. Somehow, President Obama sees cutting $1 trillion from our military budget as the solution to | Read More »
RIP Andrew Breitbart, 1969-2012
One of conservatism’s loudest voices, Andrew Breitbart, has passed away at the age of forty-three. My heart sank this morning as the news broke across my screen; this just doesn’t make sense! As young as Breitbart was, dying of “natural causes” just doesn’t seem possible. Breitbart will be incredibly missed. He was one of my biggest inspirations. The way that he stood up to (and | Read More »
Mitt Romney Endorsements: Sham or Real?
Endorsements in this 2012 GOP Presidential race have not appeared to make much of a difference; however, I’m curious about many of them. It seems to me that many individuals whom I greatly admire and respect have endorsed the same candidate; could this be a coincidence? Of course. I want to know, though, whether it is or not. Why is it that many prominent Tea Party | Read More »
[POLL] GOP Nomination
Who do you think will win the GOP nomination? In this poll, please try to choose the person you believe will get the nomination in the end, even if that candidate is not your first choice. Who Will Win the GOP Nomination?
Where are they?
Where are all the defenders of separation of church and state now? Church is being hugely imposed upon; where are those willing to speak up and keep this man-made law protected? The separation of church and state is a heated issue in America today, and has been for centuries. In modern times, people have used the phrase as an excuse to try to ban religion from nearly | Read More »