While I Was Gone…
In writing, especially in the era of the new media, you’re only as good as your last publication… in our case, that was a couple of weeks ago. Dee, my fearless editor, and I both have full time careers. Dee in particular has an awful lot on her plate… I honestly don’t understand how she does it all. We’ve experienced a sort of enforced hiatus | Read More »
Ryan… The Real Deal.
Paul Ryan scares the living daylights out of the DeMarxists. With good reason. He was the perfect choice for Mitt Romney, whom many conservatives considered to be too vanilla, too privileged, too rich and out of touch with ‘the common man’. More importantly, he was viewed as another inside-the-beltway Republican selection. Conservatives, deeply mistrustful of what we have come to recognize as the Republicrat establishment | Read More »
Incredibly Inept Or Incredibly Wimpy? Who’s Leading Who?
Something just isn’t right with our vaunted Republican leadership… with the exception of a few timid forays into the morass that is the DeMarxist fiscal nightmare… you’d never know that we were being governed by the Conservative juggernaut that caused the greatest political upset in decades. Somebody ought to tell Mr Boehner that tweeting and twittering isn’t going to get it. You can’t run this | Read More »
Obamanomics: You Can’t Have It ‘Cause I Want It. It’s Too Good For You.
No matter how you slice it, just about all of us have had all of Barack Hussein Obama’s non-existent recovery… or his delusional monetary policies… forget Geithner and Bernanke. This economy is Obama and Obama alone… if, and that’s a big ‘if’, with the questionable leadership of the Republicans who ‘came in like a lion’ and are currently slinking around in the background, trying to | Read More »
Stir The Soup.
There’s an old saying out there, ‘We don’t light the fire, we just stir the soup’. Last week, on the 13th, I wrote that there was a strong affinity for Donald Trump among the Patriot Movement. Apparently, some out there took this as an endorsement of Mr Trump for a presidential run. While there’s no doubt that Mr Trump would be incalculably better than the | Read More »
Disgusting Display: Obamao’s Manifesto… MarxMarxMarx, And Then Some More Marx.
Is there anyone out there that has yet to understand that Barack Hussein Obama, and his radical twisted ideology, is the figurehead of the planned destruction of America? Obama’s speech was one long demagogic rant in which he trotted out all the Marxist saws… it was Saul Alinsky, William Ayers, Frank Marshall Davis and Jeremiah Wright… all over the place. It was communism’s ugly face | Read More »
A Second Look At The So Called Budget Deal.
No, I haven’t had an epiphany regarding our leadership. We want to trust them and we want to believe what they say. It’s just that we’ve been led down the primrose path before, so we’d have to be certifiably nuts not to be a little bit skeptical. I was listening to Larry Kudlow, who caught my attention with a different take on John Boehner and | Read More »
Excuse My Skepticism.
As a recovering Republican, I’ve seen the best the party has to offer… specifically the Reagan years which are, for the conservative, the benchmark against which we measure those who would claim the mantle. For decades this has been the party establishment’s prerogative. They picked the candidate. In all their hidebound, inarticulate, muddle-headed wisdom, time after time they picked the wrong people at just exactly | Read More »
I really like this guy… extremely articulate, crystal-clear thinking. Paul Ryan’s presentation of the Republican budget proposal was a blockbuster. It was just exactly what the Tea Party Patriots have been demanding all along. Over six trillion dollars in cuts, over the next ten years. The left is in absolute apoplexy. Paul Ryan, R-Wis, flanked by Rep. Tom McClintock, R-Calif., right, with Rep. Bill Flores, | 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 »