Voting for Character
I have something to say about the election. And I want to say it because every time I read what the liberals say that conservatives believe, I don’t think they’re talking about me. I am not stupid, fanatical, blind, or so committed to any dogma that I can’t think for myself. But I am going to vote for John McCain. After my first marriage ended, | Read More »
For years we have searched for a leader in the Republican party who would walk in the footsteps of Reagan. We looked long and hard and hoped to no avail. We need search no more. We now have Sarah Palin. A woman who, less than a week ago, lived her life in relative obscurity, then suddenly thrust upon the national scene and delivered the most | Read More »
A Good, Honest, Conservative Newspaper
For anyone lucky enough to live in the Philadelphia area, then hopefully you know about “The Bulletin.” Years ago it used to be an evening paper, and just recently has come back, this time in a morning edition. Now, I wasn’t around for it when it was an evening publication, but I am so happy that I have a chance to read it now. Billing | Read More »
GOP Convention and Gustav, Damned if they do and Damned if they don’t
While I am glad that McCain picked a VP to energize the base and perhaps the female voting population, I can’t help but worry that hurricane Gustav could be the nail in the coffin. I would gladly like some optimism to counter-weight my pessimism. However, the facts are that the DNC rally gave Obama a pretty decent jump in the polls over McCain. While he | Read More »
McCain has Finally Realized What Party he is In
I’ve been pulling my hair out the past few months. I went though the loop of candidates during the primary season and cried a little more each day as it became evident that the Republican nominee was going to be McCain. I couldn’t imagine why the Republican Party would decide to slide off to the left so violently. It left me sitting in the cold | Read More »
On Kay Bailey Hutchinson
Erick’s Red Hot said No, John, Kay is not Acceptable. As a Texas voter, I agree. I think she’s a good (not great) Senator and may/may not be an improvement in the Governor’s mansion over Rick Perry, but her selection as VP will hurt the McCain campaign: She is Pro-choice. That will deflate the buzz in the social conservative ranks. We (many, not all) are | Read More »
‘Accountable America’ Held To Its Own Standard?
Judical Watch is asking the Dept. Of Justice to look into the Accountable America’s ‘warning’ posted to conservative donors if they give money to PACs (Note that Judicial Watch and AA theoretically are supposed to serve the same purpose). Apparently 42 U.S.C. § 1985(3) makes Acc. Amer.’s letters and threats illegal (irony is that this code is under federal civil rights, something that the left | Read More »
I Refuse Left wing Salvation
I intend to tell you things, things that may make you despise me, but in this world we live in I feel it is my only option. I drink too muchI sleep with immoral woman, I left the woman I love because I was scared to commit to her
Why Do We Continue To Call Them The Mainstream Media?
I am perplexed by our continuing to label The New York Times, The Washington Post, CBS, NBC *(gag cough, sputter), and other media outlets like them the Mainstream Media. Just exactly what about them and their coverage of the world says they are like us.The so called Mainstream Media have lost enough viewership, and readership over the past 25 years to populate a small country. | Read More »
Republican Rapper for McCain
Hello fellow citizens. This blog is going to be direct and to the point. I’m a conservative hip hop artist with a pro Republican and pro military message to my music. Unlike most rap or crap as I call it, I don’t waste your time with negativity about being a thug, a gangsta, a drug dealer or bragging about how much money I have or | Read More »
Bill Bowen’s Blog – www.RightinSanFrancisco.com
**www.RightinSanFrancisco.com is published every Friday. It contains a thoughtful op-ed piece and, generally, a favorite You Tube of the week. The blog is about national issues, but driven in part by the insanity of San Francisco politics. Please give it a try. Mikey likes it.
House GOP; Keep Fighting the Good Fight!
http://www.seriousmayhem.com House Republicans are taking the fight to Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats at the time of this writing. Pelosi has turned out the lights, turned off microphones and C-SPAN but Republicans are staying to discuss our serious energy problems anyway. Democrats refuse to drill for oil, build nuclear plants or anything else that makes sense. Democrats only want to punish speculators and use up | Read More »
The Hubris of Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats
Serious Mayhem: A Conservative Policy Arena Yesterday the Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats bailed on the American people in refusing to commit to any new energy policies. Our leaders have left Washington for a long summer break while the American people suffer with high gas and diesel prices. Not a single Republican voted to close House business without an energy plan | Read More »
Time for Unity and a single combined force
We stand at a unique moment in history and I will say it many times over. If you are conservative, no matter what, Mormon, Evangelical, Catholic or whatever, then what does it matter who the VP is. It would plain suicide for all Conservatives, if the choice of a VP would make some not vote. At the end of the day any choice, whoever it | Read More »
I Have A Request
Hello everybody. If you haven’t already guessed, I’m new here. In fact, I’m not even what you would call “conservative”. I’d like to think of myself as a moderate, perhaps even liberal in some areas. But hear me out. I’m not hear to insult your views, even if I don’t agree. That’s not what I do. I am humbly requesting some debating time, and so | Read More »