A Republic? With Progressives In It?
Let me ask everybody here a question: Do you imagine that Progressive America will allow Mitt Romney to run a government? Consider the level of noise they generated yesterday just because Romney dared to criticize the President’s flaccid response to Americans being targeted and killed on 9/11. Then consider the level of hysteria they displayed over President Bush, unrelenting for eight years. Consider how progressive | Read More »
Secede Now [Closed and annotated.]
[It is the position of the management that the question of the Constitutionality of secession was settled in the 19th century by the landmark case Lincoln v. Davis. The decision was 5-4, with Grant writing the majority opinion; concurring opinions were issued by Sherman, Sheridan, Thomas, & Farragut. Lee, Stuart, Jackson, & Longstreet dissented. The topic has not since been revisited*. - ML] [*Not original, | Read More »
Where the Republican Party wins big this year.
Barack Obama has made a serious, tactical error. The attack on the Catholic Church in ObamaCare is deliberate, and timed for the election. He hopes to use it to pretend that the Republican candidate, whoever that might be, is against contraception. He believed his focus group data that said most people would side with an assault against the archaic, corrupt, fanatical, religious idiots. His focus | Read More »
What Nobody Has Said About Mitt Romney
I have plenty of reasons to oppose Mitt Romney’s candidacy, but I am shocked that nobody has brought this up about him: he is Barack Obama’s ideal choice for an election opponent. Barack Obama is weak as a candidate because his administration has instituted draconian, top-heavy policies that are draining the national coffers. The campaign that will successfully overthrow him is the one that emphasizes | Read More »
A New Political Term: Debt Reduction
I’m officially creating a new political term today: Debt Reduction. Yeah, I know it’s not original. But we need to start saying it, and meaning it. The President is calling for a Spending Freeze, in a manner that nearly everybody recognizes as a meaningless facade. Rasmussen’s latest poll indicates that fewer than 10% of Americans believe that the spending freeze called for in the President’s | Read More »