Palin’s running…Here’s Why… Updated: No She isn’t! Thank You Erick Erickson!
Update: A big thank you to the front-pagers for recommending this diary only after her announcement has come that she isn’t running. Since Erick Erickson has never been wrong in his entire life and had put up over twenty posts last week to make a point, perhaps he should once again put up twenty posts reiterating “I was right!” His recommendation of this diary is | Read More »
A Palin Presidential Run is the Ultimate Debunker
Celebrity-hungry, fame-seeker, and money-minded. This is the description the media and the establishment typically use to portray Governor Palin. Here’s a question for the media: How can one explain the actions of someone whose only focus is self, self, and self, but opted to sell a private plane handed to her as part of the package of being Governor? How does the money-hungry image match | Read More »
A Palin Victory Doesn’t Depend On a Date
A Palin victory will depend on the decisions the voters will make based upon her record in Alaska and the solutions she presents to the problems currently plaguing this country. Once a primary is running full force, most voters don’t remember or give the slightest hoot as to which candidate had jumped in a full year ahead of the game and which candidate is only | Read More »
Reflections PLUS Winning Photos of the ‘Everyone But Me Is To Blame’ Bus Tour
Obama’s three-day bus tour has come to an end, costing you and me only a coupla million dollars and change. Yes, I dare to question Obama’s use of our money when “meeting” Americans because of Obama’s record. You see, Obama has already passed one stimulus and repeatedly expresses his desire to pass an additional stimulus bill in order to create those jobs the first | Read More »
Civility Strikes from the Beltway PLUS a shocking cartoon from a Tucson Cartoonist
When writing about civility it would be amiss not to mention the civility from the crowds in Washington right after the Tucson shooting when the entire liberal media from The Daily Kos to Politico attacked the Tea Parties, conservatives, talk show hosts, and Palin as responsible for the horrific shooting. The media didn’t stand alone in their cries for civility. The entire Democratic political machine | Read More »
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, John McCain
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, Rush Limbaugh
, Sarah Palin
Obama’s press conference: The Audacity of Falsehood and the Chutzpah of his Arrogance
First Obama demands his bluff not be called, next he wants us to ignore Reid’s bluff, and now he blames the Republicans for the circus? Obama endorsed yesterday Harry Reid’s plan which is so mind-bogglingly absurd, any student handing in such a report would’ve received a big bold F. Reid basically wants to raise the debt ceiling with 2.5 trillion dollars, to be available for | Read More »
Shockwaves hit NYC from the liberal epicenter; Democrat Ed Koch endorses Republican Bob Turner for Weiner’s seat!
h/t NY1 In the upcoming special election between Bob Turner (R) and David Weprin (D) for Weiner’s former seat NY-9, which will occur September 13th, Turner’s campaign has just received a push forward. The endorsement from Ed Koch, a former liberal Mayor of NYC, for Bob Turner — the Republican candidate and a true conservative is the latest in a whole lot of other reasons | Read More »
Was there Global Warming in 1936? in 2011? How is it that the 75 year Record has not yet been Broken?
When trying to talk to global warming believers about its falseness, one usually hits a brick wall and deaf ears. When massive snowstorms and blizzards hit the entire United States during the winter, the scientists changed the name of the game to climate change all the while arguing that the increased heat was actually the cause of colder winters and more snow. Several summers ago | Read More »
Politico’s editor-in-chief John Harris obviously doesn’t read Politico
Imagine the reaction of the media, if a reporter from Fox News who constantly attacked Obama and the Democrats would join the official team of a Republican campaign. To say the media would go wild would be the understatement of the year. Protests, and boycotts against the journalist’s previous workplace would be promoted by the entire mainstream media and the reporter and the candidate would | Read More »
NY-9: Do you really need David Weprin who used swastikas against his opponent and dumped his religious values to promote himself?
David Weprin has been announced as the Democratic candidate for Anthony Weiner’s seat in the special elections this September. NY-9 includes parts of Queens and Brooklyn, which has a large Jewish population, so the Democrats hope that a Jewish candidate will be able to coast to victory. Weprin ran last year for Assembly in a special election against another Jew, Bob Friedrich, who received the | Read More »
Would Reagan have been able to win in 2012? Does that mean Palin can’t?
Conservatives4Palin has done a great job digging up an old article of Times Magazine in which they claimed Reagan to be unelectable, and rewrote a nice chunk of it substituting Reagan with Palin. The end result is so strikingly familiar to today’s media arguments, one’s impression is that it was truly written in regard to Palin. When discovering that it’s actually from March of 1980, | Read More »
The White House Press Secretary lies about liberal-created loopholes
After Mitch McConnell’s refusal to support tax hikes within the raising of the debt ceiling, the White House Press Secretary Jay Carney sharply attacked him as supporting special loopholes for millionaires and billionaires. Politifact.org is too busy analyzing Palin’s Facebook for any spelling errors to take the time to double check how, if at all, accurate Carney’s statement is. The rest of the media simply | Read More »
The Politicization of the Police and Fire Forces
Before I jump into the latest regarding Chicago, home of Al Capone, Rahm Emanuel, and the Daley brothers I’m going to backtrack about a half a year in order to clarify the point of the article. This past January, after the Tucson shooting, when the nation was enveloped in sadness and grief, Arizona sheriff Clarence Dupnik shamelessly ran around on interviews and blamed the | Read More »
Romney and Obama are busy with the bumps on the road
Romney & Obama are busy with the bumps on the road while the U.S. is no longer on a road; America is at the edge of a cliff. It’s pretty pathetic to see how this country might be forced to choose between two cool looking candidates who focus on slogans and rhetoric rather than substance. Romney released his first campaign ad several weeks ago which | Read More »
Perry vs. Christie; Coulter’s Contradiciton
Ann Coulter is a great conservative who does a terrific job explaining conservatism on interviews and in her columns. In her humorous manner she clearly defines the differences between the left and the right, and is never afraid to tell someone directly into their faces what she thinks of them. I’ve noticed though that at times her humor and views are not necessarily strictly in | Read More »