This Will Either Be Boehner’s Finest Moment Or His Last Stand.
Here’s what it’s going to come down to. Our esteemed Speaker came on board sounding like a Conservative patriot. We were promised hundreds of billions in spending cuts ‘right out of the gate’. Like so much else the establishment Republicans have been doing, it didn’t materialize… because they refused to stand up to their Marxist adversaries, more than anything. In an interview with Jonathan Karl | Read More »
It’s Time To Act Again.
The Marxists in the administration and the Obazoids over at the FCC have decided that you are far to dangerous to be allowed free and uncensored access to the internet. Obama’s bud Hugo did it, so why can’t he? Jim DeMint Aside from the fact that a federal judge has ruled that the FCC et al had vastly overreached in its previous attempt at control | Read More »
Eleven Days To The Beginning.
I don’t mind telling you it’s been a very long 21 months under the socialist, redistributionist Obama administration. The cheap chrome job is showing the base metal underneath. All across the nation the Marxists are on the run, even as the lame stream bleats out fractured story lines about largely fanciful DeMarxist gains, as the badly duped American citizen begins to come to his senses. | Read More »
Toeing The Line.
In an article I wrote for Skip’s column on September 18 (read here), I challenged Charles Krauthammer’s comments regarding the election of Christine O’Donnell, an act which he, along with many others, believed would give Delaware to the Democrats on a plate. It was one of the rare occasions that I found myself disagreeing with this writer, who I admire greatly. In the same article, | Read More »
‘Tis The Season.
Jim DeMint rightly sounded off, calling out Congressional Democrats for leaving Washington without addressing the Bush tax cut extensions, despite the fact that more than thirty Democrats also voted to remain and take up the issue. Jim DeMint It should be noted that at least some of these good folks are probably in real hot water in their districts and are desperate to be seen | Read More »
Jim DeMint in 2012?
As far as I’m concerned, 2012 is much too far away for prognostication, for all the noise about Sarah Palin’s visit to Iowa. Jim certainly hasn’t outwardly indicated that he intends a run, by word or deed. Still, it’s a fascinating scenario to imagine. Jim DeMint is a solid Conservative guy with down-to-earth values, and a willingness to stand tall despite the odds. He has | Read More »
That Was The Week That Was #6.
In this series of weekly articles I usually cover a few of the week’s main story lines. This week, however, a large amount of time has been given in the media to the last of the primary elections… and the fallout that has followed. With only forty five days until the general election, it seems only right that I devote this page to this one | Read More »
GOP Leadership – Where Do We Go From Here?
I’m hoping against hope that the leadership of the Republican Party isn’t sitting back, smugly waiting for the DeMarxists to self destruct. Actually, the Republicans have more experience at that than the DeMarxists ever have. An early appearance by the GOP elephant, in this 1874 cartoon by Thomas Nast. Like many others, I’ve watched the Grand Old Party completely dismantle a virtual sure thing on | Read More »
Republicans, Wake The Heck Up!
Here we go again. Axiom number 1: Never ever discount a Republican’s ability to shoot himself in the foot and take the party down with him. Axiom number 2: In any given conflict don’t stand up and fight, simply cannibalize one of your own. Axiom number 3: Why fight when you can roll over and make nice with the Marxists? It’s beginning to look sickeningly | Read More »