Using Tragedy to Score Political Points Is Embarrassing
In the wake of the tragedy in Arizona, numerous people have used that tragedy in an attempt to some political points. So, before the victims have even been laid to rest, people are using this for their own gain. Before the entire story has been told, people are trying to pin the blame for this on their political opponents. What has happened | Read More »
GOTV-Flip a Blue Seat to Red in SC06-without calls or door to door!
Powerhouse Five has another way to GOTV and flip a Democrat seat to Republican. Jim Pratt, who has been endorsed by ICAUCUS, is working hard to take yet another Dem seat away, this time from House Majority Whip James Clyburn. The SCGOP has been slow to help Jim Pratt as mentioned by Uncle Bill at Redstate in August. So it’s up to us, the volunteers | Read More »
The Recession Is Over, But No One Is Celebrating. Yet!
Getting the official announcement that the “Great Recession” is over, I thought one would hear the popping of champange corks all across South Carolina and the rest of America. Well, I’m still listening? I don’t hear anything? As if someone was yelling, “Hold your horses. Are you sure the recession is over!” the latest South Carolina unemployment figures have given us a wake up slap. | Read More »
The Invincible Charlie Rangel
There’s an old saying that says, “There’s no game like politics.” Who, but Charlie Rangel (D) could have a successful career and be loved and admired by thousands in the 15th Congressional District in Harlem. Rangel has accomplished all of this while at the same time facing 13 ethics charges, some that really could be prosecuted in civil or criminal court. Who else could sit in | Read More »
Religious Relativism – or – Clyburn’s Orwellian Concept of “Christian Charity”
Democratic House Whip James Clyburn sat down with Dan Gilgoff for an interview in U.S. News. What followed was a Q&A session so full of Biblical misunderstandings and Orwellian doublespeak that anyone with the slightest critical thinking skills and knowledge of Christianity would have to be left scratching their heads. He presented what I like to term “Religious Relativism,” or the notion that the teachings | Read More »
Clyburn’s Dem plantation slap in the face of African-Americans
Inspired by Attorney General Eric Holder to have frank discussions about race, let us shed any shred of cowardice on the occasion of the House Majority Whip’s racist attack against his home state’s governor and discuss it frankly. South Carolina’s Republican Governor, Mark Sanford suggested that he might reject certain portions of the stimulus bill due to federal legal conditions that would place a burden | Read More »